Given truly infinite time, and staying within the known laws of physics, what is the probability that anything will never happen? I can’t imagine that there’s ANY chance of something never happening on an infinite timeline, no matter how outlandish it seems. But at the same time, as long as life as we know it is still around, we should be able to choose not to do stuff.... Right? Or would we eventually develop an uncontrollable desire to experiment, just because we’ve already done everything else?
Maybe I’m not making much sense, but this has been bugging me lately.