#Comment: Many of the (philosophical) musings of the contemporary "high priests of reality" (physicists, mathematicians etc.), such as "the Anthropic Principle" (see this intro video by Sabine Hossenfelder: "Is the Anthropic Principle scientific?") would make for truly great absurd comedy - if only such people would learn to not take themselves and everything else so very serious (great minds with even greater egos) and laugh far more often: Hairless monkeys which just recently developed language, convinced that they can "understand and predict everything", by compressing the totality of unfolded (infinite) existence into their tiny (finite) brains - pure paradoxical grand comedy! The "theory of everything" fairy-tales of religious traditions at least focus on practical things like rituals, aesthetics, art, ethics and culture (sensing that life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.) - which is overall lacking in today's science cult-ure.