6 Degrees of Jesus

BoingBoing.net has a humorous game up that I wanted to open to the HX readership:

You can play a game with coworkers or family called Click to Jesus.
1. Go over to Wikipedia.
2. Click "Random Article" just below the Wikipedia unfinished Death Star logo. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Random
3. Choose the link in the article you think will get you closest to the Jesus article.
4. Keep track of the articles. Continue step 3 until you arrive at Jesus.
1 point for Random page
1 point for each click
1 point for Jesus page
Lowest score wins.  Try it and post your results!

My score?  I tried it and got a terrible random page: Dictionary of Chemical Formulas/Merge/C18. Yeah, seriously.  I randomly clicked through until I found a country highlighted which would have a religion section.  So the path was: Dictionary of Chemical Formulas > Ethyl Loflazepate > Mexico > Christianity > Jesus.  So 5 points, which isn't great but what else could I do with Chemical Formulas?

Your score and path?


Rev. Sonja December 28, 2009 at 4:05 PM  

Hillenbrand, Inc.
Batesville Casket Company
Michael Jackson memorial service
Martin Luther King, Jr.
6 - so I don't win, but I surely thought it would be easier than this.

Rev. Jeremy Smith December 29, 2009 at 11:21 AM  

@Beth Hahaha, Voldemort to Jesus! Impressive!

Here's todays attempt, got down to 4 points:
Daniela Bianchi
Roman Catholicism

Warren January 4, 2010 at 11:16 AM  

It took me three attempts to get a 3 point solution!

1: Bundesautobaun 480

2: Sha Tin Plaza
Hong Kong

3: Stomford Baron St. Martin
Church of England

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