This is a repost from something I've written in the INFP section. It didn't attract attention or lead to anything interesting so I've decided it might be best to post it here in the hopes of receiving some kind of constructive feedback.
Let's assume, for a moment, that we're trying to understand reality and not simply ponder on things that lie outside of it.
What are your thoughts regarding my assumptions and conclusions? Do you have any idea as to how I could possibly improve my view of the world without veering into the likes of deep nihilism?
Infinite time in a perfect cyclical system invariably ends up representing the path(s) of least resistance (of equal values) between infinitesimal contraction (or enthalpy) and infinite dissipation (or entropy) which I call the possibility-space. The same infinite time, in a permutating cyclical system, ends up representing all paths of least resistance of any equal value/probability in the possibility-space. As for infinite time in a non-cyclical system, it merely remains unstable and thus cannot possibly exist. Nothingness is absolute, it is everything outside of reality, but it can only ever take shape (become real) through the bottleneck that is probability-space -- which also called necessity or commonly perceived as some kind of deity. In the end, at best, an infinite amount of time and energy can only lead to an infinity of mathematically-sound alternate realities.
Existence itself, or reality, is defined by movement performed linearly (in either direction) along any given path of least resistance in the probability-space. The only unique aspect about consciousness is its impact on the overall system: it increases and alters the final expression of the first and second laws of thermodynamics.
Please do note that these thoughts imply that the purpose of morality and life itself is the maximization of, and control over, the expression of entropy and that all of this implies the impossibility of true death or in-existence, if only because nothingness (which is ironically also everything-ness) is all-pervasive and so is the probability-space.
Also, exponential economic growth cannot be sustainable in an environment with limited resources. All capitalistic economies are bound to clash with the nature of reality and the reality of nature.
All individual consciousnesses are unimaginably complex folds of the same line. As such, it's merely logical to assume that, since everyone is you and you are everyone, it is best to treat everyone (yourself) as morally as possible -- which can only be achieved by developing empathic understanding and self-control through knowledge and personal struggle.