You've defined 'good' as acts beneficial to others. The idea that good can exist objectively is absurd.
I have my own definitions of good which tend to align with yours, but they are subjective and incomplete.
I kinda figured this might be the worst way to go if time slowed down as you approached the center, stretching your death longer and longer to infinity. In practice it probably doesn't work that way, but doesn't seem like something I'd wanna find out.
Sounds about right
Seriously though, it sounds to me like you over focus on these thoughts most likely perpetuating the cycle. I wouldn't say embrace them but don't get too worked up about it, and try to get out of your head a bit.
Yea i have 0 interest in present day space travel. Spending months on end in a confined box, no thanks. Traveling to another world and having a way to skip the boring long trip would be intriguing though.
I can't tell, obviously. Point is, it does depend on your definition of art. For me, art is as other members have said, an expression of self. It doesn't have anything to do with the beholder, which in this case is me. By this definition, computers are currently incapable of producing art...