>>219>obsessing over the idea of solipsism
I had these what if questions for a long time myself, but to me it was always weird how others find it scary, unsettling or similar.
For me the conclusion was that whether it is true or false does not matter, since the results are the exact same thing. If it's false, then everything is business as usual, but if it's true, then still, nothing changes anyway.
The past is still exactly as it had been. The present is still just what it is.
The realization meant nothing.