This presents us with the final paradox; that in order to obtain the ‘answer’ one must be an objective and static entity, but humans as a whole are subjective simply through existence. Were one to ‘find’ the so-called ‘answer’ to life, one’s life would fundamentally change. However, as a direct result of finding that ‘answer’, this newly changed life is basically a new life in and of itself. This new life is at least slightly different from the old life and, as a result, has a new subjective truth to it. This effectively renders the previous ‘answer’ worthless, perhaps having never existed to begin with. This in itself proves that the ‘answer’ cannot be found in the constantly active ‘life’, but only in the static ‘death’ where the constant, static world is unaffected by a person. Despite this, the ‘answer’ holds no meaning after death and cannot be communicated to the living resulting in the same lack of ‘truth. As a result, I’ve found that I’m unable to submit my answer to this lifelong assignment, and that to do so I would have to no longer be considered ‘alive’. I apologize and would like to request an extension; preferably to sometime in the late 2070’s.