What is 42?
- the answer to everything
- the age I was when after trying every other possibility (in some cases, many times, because while rats learn, I frequently do the exact same thing again and again to confirm failure), I finally went for the obvious and tried to solve my conundrum “What is Go?” applying game logic.
- A way of winning.
- An artificial conflict with rules.
- A game with consequences flowing from simple rules and nearly unlimited possibilities.
- Players take turns putting a piece on an intersection of a grid.
- Pieces that are completely surrounded are removed.
- The player who surrounds the most intersections is the winner.
- Possessing the power to change, originating internally, as a strategy in response to environmental conflict governed by natural laws.
- The struggle to adapt in a world with nearly unlimited possibilities.
- Consequences flowing from simple rules.
- Growth through the attempt to change.
- Use the same reasoning as you would in a Go game.
- Use your power to change, originating internally.
— If there are beings on Earth playing Go, then they are sentient.