Is it normal im so bored because life has no meaning?

I have problems zoning out with stuff like the internet and prefer human interaction or activities. When I cant do something fun I work or clean. Im thinking of getting another job on top of my other two jobs to kill some freetime. I dont have steong attchments to a lot of people and the ones I do only make it bearable when they are here. I dont see what the purpose in any of this piontless nonesense even is.

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  • Life is indeed boring. There is nothing new under the sun. That's why I have turned my attention to the galaxy. To start, it would be cool to genetically engineer microbes to live on Mars and the atmosphere of Venus. Perhaps the cool cloud tops of Venus could support green microbes. We send a rocket to Venus and in a few centuries, Venus would appear as a green dot in the sky. Kind of like painting graffiti on the walls of the cosmos. How cool is that?

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    • The surface of Venus is like 900 degrees, I don't think anyone could live there. While the cooler upper atmosphere of Venus may be possible, it is still highly unlikely for long term floating colonies to survive there. First of all, scientists would have to see if floating colonies in the upper atmosphere of earth would be able to make it, and they would have to test that out first. Also, the upper atmosphere of Venus has constant winds of like 250mph. I guess it's possible, but not likely.

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      • Indeed, atmospheric bacteria live on Planet Earth at 33,000 ft. Check this reference -> https://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-06/bacteria-33000-feet. Yes, there is much work to do to get a bacteria that uses the chemistry on Venus (CO2, and SO2) to be small enough for high altitude thin air without sinking to the surface. But, genetic engineering such a bug over the next 100 years should be no problem.

        It is unlikely that Venus could ever be terraformed for human habitation, but so what? Panspermia advocates like me want to turn the galaxy into a garden of life, starting with our own solar system. By the end of the millennium, the year 2999, Venus, Mars, and the moons of Jupiter can have our microbes forming their own ecosystems thru the dynamics of Darwinian selection.

        Humans must become the gardeners of the heavens. Life will fill all voids. Our intelligence can make it happen.

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    • Not cool at all. Go to some desert in the middle of Arizona and there you go. Mars. Who wants that?

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      • Microbes, babe. Hardy spacefaring microbes that desire explosive reproduction for exponential population growth on new worlds. Brave and exotic possibilities to be realized in the millennia of the future, after your bones and mine have long since rotted into nothingness.

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  • I suggest the extra job. Maybe a flexble one like starting a blog with ads while sharing what you enjoy and learning a new skill about content creation.

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  • I favorited this post cause I feel the same. 😕

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  • your life has no purpose. im so blessed to have purpose . i was willing to put in the work to make it so.

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    • Does the purpose of your life have significance beyond your mentoring role here at IIN?

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      • i spent all my life mentoring , that was my calling . my purpose my work. How funny you should ask.

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        • A mentoring touch is not hard to recognize. Nice to have you in the neighborhood.

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