The goal is to keep moving the white into the gray toward the gold away from the red.
If you get far enough (the gold keeps moving ahead of you–shh), you end up just running over those wierd pink-blues in the lower right corner (other people).
Red also moves as white moves, but red is much more clumsy about it, knocking into gray and white at the most inopportune time (anytime).
When red intersects with gray or white, depression can result. Or personal growth but fuck that. It’s easier to just get depressed and soak up the attention.
Theoretically, you should be able to expand the white until you push red and gold off the chart, but no one who’s ever done it has stuck around this place to tell us about it. The whole concept of doing that might just be another emanation from the amorphous green zone–i.e., just another loaf of bullshit glistening in the morning dew.
(c) 2012, Alan Brech