The source code to life is the code written by God for the universe. Life would be so much simpler if we had the source code. I would settle for simply the API or even just some documentation. God having compiled and shipped the universe not under GPL we don’t have it. Attempts to reverse engineer, or decompile the code have to date been unsuccessful. Attempts to reverse engineer have been known to be stuck down by plague. I’m pretty sure there is no “thou shall not reverse engineer the universe in the license agreement though this could be the reason for their failure.

I've seen the source code it is
PRINT "Hello World!"

Don't say I never did nothing for you guys...
found on #divinewarez... I present life.cpp:

/* life.cpp
   last revised: I B.C.
   by God
   released under version 1.0 of the DPL (Divine Public License) */

#include <stdio.h>
#include <math.h>
#include "divine_word.h"
#include "life.h"
//#include "meaning.h"  // weird.  it will not compile cleanly with this here.
                        // oh well.  implement in version 2

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    Species s;
    Gender g;
    Name n;
    NigglingBits nb;
    int sp;

    divine_word::parseArgs(argc, *argv[], *s, *g, *n ,*nb, *sp);

    sp = salloc()  // pointer to the soul

    life::Being(sp, g, n, nb, *s)  // constructor for Being
    life::Being.childhood;    // whee!
    life::Being.adolescence;  // angst.  lots of angst.
    life::Being.adulthood;    // doin' the 9 to 5
    life::Being.senescence;   // kid!  get me my Depends, for chrissakes!
    life::~Being(life::deathMethod[rand() * MAXINT]);
     // destructor.  note that there are 32767 ways to die, in a 16-bit universe.
     // deallocation of the soul occurs here.

    exit(0);                  // that's all.  nothing to see here.

    // nota bene: hopefully there have been no soul leaks.
    // remember to debug this with ElectricFence Purgatorio

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