Interested in philosophical debate about what would happen to mankind if we ever answer all questions and learn all the universe its secrets. What will we, as a race, do then?
When there is nothing left for us to discover, our roles would be much different.
Will we still be able to imagine possibility, even though we know it to not be true or hold any empyrical value?
Will our lives and choices be governed by universal principle instead?
Will subjectivity end, opinions crumble and 'the identity' dissappear?