Had an epiphany, what would happen when all of you die?

This is not about analog directly or even music, I don't think there is another place in this planet with adepts like most of you are here in audiogon, what will happen when you all die? Raul, MC, Mijo, Lew, Erik, Atmasphere, (myself), even the one that shall not be named, even GK (how ya doing cupcake).
Will someone carry the torch? Would anyone care?Kind of sad to say see an age in audio technology (not only analog) pass by, really this post doesn't even make any sense, apologies in advance.

With all the craziness, and criticism,
If I would be alive 100 years from now I'll still miss audiogon and your contributions.
Thank you all for all the craziness
No reason to be skeptical. The torch will be passed. This Thing is extremely contagious. New biological material is coming.

Actually it’s drones and bots, programmed to make it seem that way. That is why although everyone who actually tries it knows mods rule, but yet the majority of posts deride mods and push everyone to buy buy buy upgrade upgrade upgrade. It’s not real people doing this. It’s all AI. Not even very good AI. But the thing about it is being bots they can post a lot. So anyone just checking in they see all the same comments they think it is from real people, and go out and buy buy buy upgrade upgrade upgrade. In reality the only actual people here are you, me, mahgister, oldhvymec and a half a dozen others. All the rest are bots. The new biological material is silicon.
I told my wife that when I die she needs to use my stereo equipment to attract another cool guy. There's nothing more attractive than a widow with good stereo equipment !
Kiwms, so sorry to hear of your loss. It has to have been devastating for you, and understandably overwhelming to have to deal with your spouses belongings in the aftermath. 

When you feel ready you could  start a thread here on Audiogon asking for advice about what you might be able to do to with the belongings  you mentioned. There are some very knowledgeable and considerate individuals on site who might be able to help you out and steer you in the right direction. Condolences and take care,