Interesting perspective. Instead of thinking we are looking at the apocalyplic end of the human experiment we are at the nacient beginning. That changes one’s perspective on who we are today and how we live. I’ve just put “What We Owe the Future” by William MacAskill on hold at the library. It looks like it will be a good read. There is a definiate theme to what I’ve been drawn to lately. I guess I am entering the “Legacy” period of my years. What my life choices will leave behind once I cast off this mortal shell. That question effects climate, energy, politics, giving, theology, philosophy, many large and small choices and will drive me on what is becoming a very interesting thought experiment.