Throughout my few years of existence, I've pondered about which is worse: eternal unconsciousness or eternal consciousness. A Christian (or any other person that believes in an eternal afterlife) would say that eternal unconsciousness (what most atheists have accepted) is far, far worse.
But is it really?
Consider this- imagine existing for an eternity. Eventually, you would have experienced and/or thought about everything possible, and impossible. Eventually, it would become very monotonous, perhaps even torturous. You might even want to kill yourself. But you can't! In this strange universe you are trapped in, death does not exist. You exist eternally tormented by the impossibility of death.
In the "eternal unconsiousness" boat, it's ZAP, you're born, then ZAP, it's over.
The thought of either of them, to me, at least, are bone chilling. Both of them are just as bad, so I chose to board the more logical "eternal unconsciousness" boat, AKA atheism, rather than the goofier "eternal consciousness" boat, AKA theism.
Sorry for opening the valve on my mind all the way on the first post, I had to let it out.