Expanding on the game of "Rock Breaks Scissors" develop a website that
enumerates the complex recursive relationship of all the things in the universe that
can be used to break other things, from positron breaks electron to black hole
breaks galaxy, gravity breaks everything or does it? Perhaps
paper can defeat
gravity (e.g., paper airplane). Lion eats gazelle. Worm eats lion. Bird eats worm.
Gravity crashes bird. Worm eat bird. You get the picture.
Along with each entry in the directed graph supply a hand pose that represents the
thing.

Excellent idea - but it'll only work if there are an odd number of things in the universe.

[The game of rock-paper-scissors can only be played fairly with an odd number of objects. If the number of objects is n and n is odd, then an object x has relationships with (n-1) other objects. Because
(n-1) will be an even number half of these relationships can be of the form "<something> beats x" and half of the form "x beats <something>" and the game will be fair. If n is even and (n-1) is odd then an object x will always have either more winning relationships than losing relationships or more losing relationships than winning relationships and will thus *always* have a higher a priori probability of losing or winning regardless of what your opponent chooses. For further reading, see the "Paper, scissors, stone, fillet steak" discussion (linked).]

But if you're a photon your entropy is deferred until it hits something. That would be like a delay in telling the universe it should stop expanding. Oh.