How far should we go in our efforts to discover?
Is there some kind of moral boundary that says: This is too far; any further and we risk our souls? The collective moral boundary is here at this point, on this day.
Should the boundary change; can it change‚ must it change? Are we duty bound to discover regardless of the cost and, in so doing, ensure our immortality throughout the cosmos?
Or must we stop and, in so doing, die with the final setting of our sun?