If there were an answer, what then? Would we all be wandering around doing the thing we were put here for, or would that washing-up still need doing.
An answer would specifically mean there was a question or reason why existence came into existence. If existence knew how to formulate a question or set of questions as denumerable as those purported in our reality, then it wouldn't need the universe to begin with.
Not to mention that would make existence into a programmed entity designed to find an answer. If it already knows the answers it wouldn't be needed, if it wanted to find answers, it would not build something by what it already knows [a program]. Therefore there are no question in the fundamental nature of reality, it is just a world, and questions and answers may happen in it, but are not it.
The truth is naked,
Once it is written it is lost.
Genius is the result of the entire product of man.
The cosmic insignificance of humanity, shows the cosmic insignificance of a universe without humanity.
the fully painted picture, reveals an empty canvas