RE: CAN GODS BECOME BORED?
Oh my, this is too much, so I'm going to hold my horses and only ask one question :)
Does "immortality" include being in a state of no change?
If it does then you would be the same "being" during infinite amount of time.
Therefore you can't adapt to the changing environment and eventually couldn't even understand the world around you anymore (since your brain would not change anything about itself - no new neurons, no change of connections between neurons etc.).
That is just gruesome... No memories, nothing, just past.
If immortality includes change, then to what degree? Will you be just replacing your cells infinitely?
Then it would probably turn out after hundreds of years you are not "you" anymore since your brain "replaced" itself (all cells and connections would get replaced once every XXX years). Something similar to the "Ship of Theseus" dilemma.
We change during our current lives too, but that would be something new...
Computer data is no different. Hmm...