SimChallages wrote: »
Granted, but it takes a million years to find the square root of Pi. Scientists and mathematicians are constantly working on finding it. They work on finding it so much and feel so hopeful that they force every single living person and is to become a mathematician and help them find it. At this point, there are no people to operate power plants. Or to make the food. Or to purify the water. After about 100 thousand years, everything living is extinct, except for one immortal being which is not you and you have never met and will never meet. That immortal being got so bored because they're the only living thing in the known and unknown universe that they decide to go mining underground, just to see what it would be like. They find a treasure chest. It has numbers all over the outside. This being opens the treasure chest to find a piece of paper with the square root of Pi. They look at the back of the piece of paper. It is position ink. The being touches the ink, and apparently, its the only thing this being is not immortal too. The being dies and there is no life on Earth, in the solar system, galaxy, universe; known or unknown for the rest of time - Which is forever.
I wish for sanity.