Many broad arguments, listed below, hold for the entirety of our existence, but they overwhelmingly fail to explain the edge cases - that is, the beginning and the end.
- Energy cannot be created or destroyed
- Everything has a reason / cause
- Classical Mechanics (
These ideas do a very good job of modeling our everyday lives, but they literally contradict any kind of reasoning we would need to adopt to explain how everything began, or how it will end.
When was energy created then? What was the first thing, that caused all other things. I feel like an ant, that simply cannot comprehend the world with the laws we currently use.
Do you think that these questions can be answered with an extension of our currently working logic systems, or will we have to reinvent axioms and a new way of thinking to comprehend the nature of the universe? Has any philosopher pondered this question in their works?