Mod parent up. Really, we're sentient star shit that's managed to morph into apelike meat shells with a constant one-sided conversation going on inside. We live upon a tiny rock orbiting around an insignificant star located in a backwater group of stars found in a very average galactic cluster situated in a remote corner of the universe, and who knows how many other universes there may be out there? And people think *we* matter? Hah!! How infantile! How droll! Self-importance? What a laugh. So that's about all I can do when I hear this stuff.
What makes you so sure we *don't* matter? It's odd you use relative terms like "insignificant" and "remote" when they don't really have much external meaning (particularly the latter, given that there's no center to the universe). We have yet to see any evidence of other sentient life (not that the reach of our detection extends very far, admittedly), and if we're the only way for the observable universe to be conscious of itself, I'd consider that pretty important. Just as there isn't anything imposing importance on us externally, there's nothing to deny it, either. "Important" is what we make of it, because how else would you define it?