How insignificant are we?
Lawrence Krauss, physicist and atheist sidekick of Richard Dawkins, said:
“We are more insignificant than we could ever have imagined.
We’re insignificant on a scale that Copernicus never would have imagined.
You could get rid of us and all the galaxies and everything we see in the universe and it will be largely the same.”
The wellspring of nihilism that gushes forth from this small quotation is as morbid as it is laughable.
What is morality tethered to when God is prohibited?