I've come across a few people who say "I want to know, but I still want to be able to speculate." Meaning, they want to know about something, but they don't want to know everything about it. There reasoning seems to be that if we knew everything about every single little thing then there would be no point in living anymore since we would know the outcome of every single course of action and event. Now we will never be able to know that much. There's too much variance in the universe and it's that variance that makes our universe very exciting to begin with. But saying we were capable of knowing everything with such precision that we could determine the outcome of every single event. Would that be the fine line on knowing? Would we have crossed that line because there's no more suspense or anticipation in life? If so, why is speculation more fun than knowing?