We are living in the safest and most prosperous fraction of human history. We have access to limitless food, most diseases are cured, wild animals pose no statistical threat, and war is at an historic low. So why are we so anxious, depressed, scared, and lonely? If our evolutionary minds desperately crave struggle, it's no wonder we spend so much of our generational "found time" inside virtual worlds full of danger, scarcity, and work. But what psychological price do we pay for infinite entertainment? And what changes will our society incur when boredom is literally impossible?