No point.Especially not us,regular humans aka. the mass or the horde or whatever you wanna call the average people’s society.
Meybe we would’ve mattered if we were such persons that would leave a dent in history,like Adolf (Not saying his full name as not to get flagged),Lincold,Ferdinant,egipteans,sumerians etc.
Actually,not even then.If we were “VIP’s” or a group of whatever scale to have a big impact on humanity,we would matter only on the microscopic scale.On the macroscopic scale,we mean nothing.Wr cannot change the universe.We will fade away and nothing of us will remain.
The planet will no longer support life anymore.We can not colonize another planet (not with out technology or our resources.It takes too much to transport so little in space,don’t even get me started how hard it would be to transport carriers oyt of our orbit that has so many broken satellite parts and shit,in space,even a small screw can destroy a carrier because of the huge speed,don’t make me explain,please) as it’s already too late for us to succesfully do that anymore.
We can send ships on other planets,yes.But we can never,never colonize one and change it so that it could support human life.
We can not travel to another Earth-like planet either.Way too many reasons for that that I don’t feel like going into.
And when our planet is either too polluted that even the mist expensive filters can’t filter,or when it is inhabitable due to too much plundering,global heating thus climate changes,super-viruses that have developed a resistance to too many drugs,of war and multiple micro-scale armed conflicts and so,soo many other things…
After all those…We will die.Maybe our planet will last enough to regenerate and support life again before the Sun dies and wipes out our Milky Way with it…Even then,not even that revolutionary generation will not matter.
We can’t do anything on macro scale.We are powerless.We try to go on other planets despite the fact that our technology and even future,super advanced technology can’t do anything about it because of our already gaping resources…Yet we are trapping ourselves in here nore and more everyday.
Yes,we are trapping ourselves.When satellites are destoyed into tiny little bits by other tiny little bits of satellites that go at humongous apeeds that,as I said earlier,even a simple screw can screw up a large satellite or a medium carrier (pun intended),they will soon form some kind of high-speed barrier of tiny bits that will make takin off our planet harder and harder due to accumulating into a mass and making it extremely difficult not to get hit of when launching in space.
We are already doomed.We did not contribute to anything on the bigger picture.