From: Brian D Williams (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Jan 25 2002 - 07:38:21 MST
>From: "Chen Yixiong, Eric" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Very well then. If life has no purpose, or this question has no
>meaning, can someone give me good reasons (with sufficient
>1) we still remain alive (or why don't we all just die?)
>1.1) since we have so many problems, why don't we just wipe
>everyone out to solve all these problems?
>2) why we seek progress
>3) why we insist on certain things such as freedom
Of course life has a purpose, I already explained that.
>Perhaps someone else here can contribute more questions instead of
>only answers. I hope this will result in a serious and fruitful
>debate and consideration of our meta-goals or lack of them.
You led us to believe you were looking for answers, not questions.
There are an infinite number of questions.
Extropians have goals, try re-reading the principals.
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