Is an immortal "alive"? πŸ€”

I mean, I know plenty of Sci-Fi books that define it in different ways, but let's say this thing is indestructible, maybe similar to the tardigrade water bear, moss, Piglet. That happens to you. I think I learned that one didn't do today. Moss, Piglet. I like that one. If it's. But not just nearly indestructible. If the living organism is like, you cannot kill it, is it still alive?

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Darrain …
@TheBriefOneΒ Β·Β 4:03
I would say white hole of, like, potential, like, stuff that will pop out. I enjoyed the show. I enjoy yourselves. I try not to be intrusive because I would come in all the time like, you're really good. Take care. Okay, ciao

@TheBriefOne

And if I know that humans use language like mortal and immortal, there would be some sort of concept of immortality. And maybe I'm making this a little too. I don't know what word I want, but it's like maybe I'm taking this abstract notion and trying to understand it through some sort of a narrative or something, and it just can't be understood that way
Darrain …
@TheBriefOneΒ Β·Β 4:58
Like, the line that you said stuck out was like the God of the, like, you know, green myths. Um, how, like, they may not have known they were gods when they first were created. So they were, within the myth, only supernatural beings made by supermatrine beings that did not have to be a God until they were aware of mortals

@TheBriefOne

So at the same time, I'm having to keep up, which is excellent, because that doesn't happen enough for me. But I love what you're describing here, because in some ways, this reminds me of some thoughts I've had on, you hear people talk about AI and robots and their intents or beliefs, or how they would move through the world