While it is certainly reasonable to allege that the cosmos will end someday
It's a fact.
Speaking of "objectively meaningless" is hilariously absurd.
Think of the most accomplished person that ever lived, whomever it is. Think about all they achieved and did... Everything that every human being ever does in their life will be erased like it never even happened. Everyone will be forgotten, because there will be no one left to remember. No one left to tell the stories.
What objective difference does anything that anyone does matter in the face of this truth
(the universe ending) can therefore be considered a fact, it is subjective opinion
It is objective by definition. If all things possible to be achieved will be inevitably erased, that means they had no objective
meaning in the first place. They can certainly have subjective
meaning if given, but for something to have objective
meaning, it would require some sense of permanence, a thing that cannot be undone.
The only sound argument you could perhaps make, is that death and undoing are the only things that exist that have objective
meaning, because they last forever.
I'm not emotionally involved in this.
If that's true, then why use all the shaming language?
What a puny and lame attempt to smear what I've written.
None of that drivel, however negates what I've written--although it has made you look like a fool.
You sound like an angry middle schooler, sullen because someone proved you objectively wrong. You are acting, objectively, very emotional indeed.