This unusual game was invented by John Conway, a British mathematician. Specialists argue that this game models many features of biological life; hence the name of the game. (For more information about the Game of Life, you can visit e.g. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conway's_Game_of_Life.) Conway's evolution process goes on a (preferably infinite) board divided into equal squares. Each square can be either empty or occupied by a "living cell". The rules of evolution are simple:
Select the initial configuration and then watch its evolution.