By Christopher Munroe
In a nearly infinite universe, there are billions upon billions of stars, surrounded by potentially trillions of planets.
Perhaps some of those planets do contain life. In fact, the law of averages implies that some must.
And yet, only one star in one small corner of the universe, and one planet circling it, with seven billion people inhabiting it, produced you.
Seven billion people on one of trillions of planets circling billions of stars, and yet...
Nonetheless, don’t let that trick you into thinking you matter. Because in a nearly infinite universe, trust me, you don’t.
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