### Re: Elementary knightship

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**March 7th, 2018, 4:56 am**Congratulations Adam and Tom! A truly brilliant result. One of the holy grails of Life.

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Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 4:56 am**

Congratulations Adam and Tom! A truly brilliant result. One of the holy grails of Life.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 5:03 am**

Congratulations!

For a name, I suggest "Sir Robin" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYFefppqEtE), since it's a knight running away as fast as possible!

For a name, I suggest "Sir Robin" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYFefppqEtE), since it's a knight running away as fast as possible!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 5:14 am**

It finally arrived to Earth after years of interstellar travel!!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 5:24 am**

Wow, now that's not something I expected to see anytime soon! Huge congrats to Calcyman and Tom, this is an astounding result.

I like the way you're thinking. I was fond of "seahorse", but "Sir Robin" is just too good to pass up!

And what's more, an elementary knightship IS (well, was) the Holy Grail of Life, isn't it? We may finally found the Meaning of Life.

NickGotts wrote:For a name, I suggest "Sir Robin" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jYFefppqEtE), since it's a knight running away as fast as possible!

I like the way you're thinking. I was fond of "seahorse", but "Sir Robin" is just too good to pass up!

And what's more, an elementary knightship IS (well, was) the Holy Grail of Life, isn't it? We may finally found the Meaning of Life.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 7:26 am**

Someone should update Types of spaceships to reflect this amazing discovery!

I wonder: Can some of the old partials be welded to this ship?

I wonder: Can some of the old partials be welded to this ship?

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 7:37 am**

Well done calcyman!

So the space of possible speeds used to look like this: but now looks like this: That's good progress!

I wonder if this will attract lots of new users to the forum in the same way that Gemini or Copperhead did? Maybe we should post some links on HackerNews and r/cellular_automata to get the publicity ball rolling?

EDIT:Here and here.

So the space of possible speeds used to look like this: but now looks like this: That's good progress!

I wonder if this will attract lots of new users to the forum in the same way that Gemini or Copperhead did? Maybe we should post some links on HackerNews and r/cellular_automata to get the publicity ball rolling?

EDIT:Here and here.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 7:47 am**

Amazing! I hoped one would be soon, but wow.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 7:57 am**

Its minrule-maxrule is "B3/S23 - B3/S234ce". Nearly every transition is used!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 10:34 am**

Many Congrats!

It's the first example of maximal speed in any oblique direction, which until now was an open problem. We didn't have even single case of maximal theoretical speed oblique ship, for any speed.

It's the first example of maximal speed in any oblique direction, which until now was an open problem. We didn't have even single case of maximal theoretical speed oblique ship, for any speed.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 10:41 am**

*checks if anything new happened on the forum...

And an elementary knightship!!!!

Congrats!

And an elementary knightship!!!!

Congrats!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 10:43 am**

Reactions with gliders lead to blinkers or blocks too. And a c2-0020-rake fits perfectly. Now you can build a crawler-parcour very easy.

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`x = 117, y = 79, rule = B3/S23`

3b2o63b2o$2b2o63b2o$4b2obo61b2obo$2bo3b3ob2o55bo3b3ob2o$b6ob2o2bo53b6o

b2o2bo$2ob2o4bo55b2ob2o4bo$o4bo6bobo50bo4bo6bobo$5o4b3o2bo50b5o4b3o2bo

$3obo4b2o54b3obo4b2o$5b2o2bobo58b2o2bobo$bo3b2o3b2o54bo3b2o3b2o$6bo3bo

2bobo55bo3bo2bobo$9b3o2b3o57b3o2b3o$9b2obo61b2obo$11bob3ob2o17b2o38bob

3ob2o$9bo2bo22b2o37bo2bo$8b2obo2bobo20bo35b2obo2bobo$8b2o2b3o58b2o2b3o

$9bo2bo2bobo56bo2bo2bobo$9b2obob2o2b2o54b2obob2o2b2o$11bob3o60bob3o$

17b3o62b3o$18b2o63b2o2$10b2o6bo2bo53b2o6bo2bo$10b2obo4b4o53b2obo4b4o$

11b2o3b5o55b2o3b5o$11bo3b2o59bo3b2o$11b2o4bo58b2o4bo$11bo4b2o58bo4b2o$

9b5o2bo2bo54b5o2bo2bo$12bo5b2o57bo5b2o$11b2o6bob3o52b2o6bob3o$12bo4b2o

3b2o53bo4b2o3b2o$15b4o61b4o$18b3o21b2o39b3o$19bo4bo16b2o41bo4bo$19b7o

17bo40b7o$22bob2o61bob2o7bo13bo$18b3o3b2o57b3o3b2o6b3o11b3o$21bo5bo58b

o5bo3b2obo5bo4b2obo$18b2ob3o2bo56b2ob3o2bo4b3o5b3o3b3o$17b2o3b2ob2o55b

2o3b2ob2o5b2o4bo2b2o3b2o$17bobo2bobobobo53bobo2bobobobo9bo3bo$18b2ob5o

3bo53b2ob5o3bo9b2obo$18b2o3bo2bobo54b2o3bo2bobo12b2o$19bo2bo61bo2bo$

20bo64bo11b3o$19b3o62b3o10bo2bo5bo$18bo64bo13bo7bobo$18bob3o60bob3o9bo

6bo$23bo64bo9bobo6bo$17bo6bo57bo6bo12b2o$16b2obo3bo57b2obo3bo13b2ob2o$

19bob2o61bob2o16bo$20b3o62b3o26bo$23b2o63b2o23b3o$16b4o4bo56b4o4bo23bo

b2o$17b5obobo56b5obobo23b3o$17bo6bo57bo6bo24b2o$24bo2bo61bo2bo$24bo2bo

61bo2bo$22b6o59b6o$20bob2obo59bob2obo$20bo7bo14b3o39bo7bo14b2o$20bo4b

3obo13bo41bo4b3obo12b2o$21bo3bobo16bo41bo3bobo16bo$21b2o4bobo56b2o4bob

o$22b2obob2o58b2obob2o$23bob5o58bob5o8b2o$21bob2o2bo58bob2o2bo9b2o$24b

o64bo14bo$21bo4bo2bo56bo4bo2bo$22bo3b2o59bo3b2o$26bo64bo$24b2o63b2o$

23b2o63b2o$24bo64bo$24bo64bo!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 10:46 am**

I found 2 "interesting" glider collisions:

The first is a glider to blinker I kept because it is REALLY sparky, and the other is a kickback.

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`x = 133, y = 62, rule = B3/S23`

5$44b2o$42bo3bo$42bo$38b2obob2ob2o$37bo3b2o3b2o$37bo3bo3b2o$37b2o3b2o

3bo$38bo$39bo5b3o$41bo3b5o$41bo6bo3b2o$42b2o3bo4b2o2bobo7bo$41bo2b2o2b

obo3bobo2bo2bo2b3o2bo$41b2o3bobobobob2o3b2obo7bo$41b3o2bobobo2b5o4bo3b

3o$43bobobobobo2bo5bo4bob2obo$55b2o3bo3bo5bo$50b4o10bo3bo$11b2o37b4o2b

o7bo3bo10bobo8b5o$9bo3bo36bobob2o2b4o5b2o10bo8b2o2bo2bo$9bo48bo3bo4b2o

bo4b2o2bo3bob2ob3obo$5b2obob2ob2o45bo10b2ob2obo3bo4bo3bobobo2bo3b2o$4b

o3b2o3b2o45bo3bo4bo2bob2obo3bo4bob2ob2o8b2o$4bo3bo3b2o47bo7b3o2b2o2bob

7o2b2obo5b2o$4b2o3b2o3bo54bobo2b2o2bobobo3bo4b2o3bo4b2ob6o$5bo68bo15bo

bobobo6b7o3b2o$6bo5b3o60bo4b2o11b2obo2bo8b2o2b2o$8bo3b5o58b2o3bobo11b

3o4bob4ob2o2b2o$8bo6bo3b2o55bo3b3o12b2o9bo3bob2o$9b2o3bo4b2o2bobo7bo

46bo16bo3b2ob2ob6o$8bo2b2o2bobo3bobo2bo2bo2b3o2bo61bo2bobo5b2o$8b2o3bo

bobobob2o3b2obo7bo76b2o$8b3o2bobobo2b5o4bo3b3o77b2o$10bobobobobo2bo5bo

4bob2obo77bo$22b2o3bo3bo5bo$17b4o10bo3bo$17b4o2bo7bo3bo10bobo8b5o$17bo

bob2o2b4o5b2o10bo8b2o2bo2bo$25bo3bo4b2obo4b2o2bo3bob2ob3obo$27bo10b2ob

2obo3bo4bo3bobobo2bo3b2o$27bo3bo4bo2bob2obo3bo4bob2ob2o8b2o$28bo7b3o2b

2o2bob7o2b2obo5b2o$36bobo2b2o2bobobo3bo4b2o3bo4b2ob6o$41bo15bobobobo6b

7o3b2o$42bo4b2o11b2obo2bo8b2o2b2o$42b2o3bobo11b3o4bob4ob2o2b2o$43bo3b

3o12b2o9bo3bob2o$47bo16bo3b2ob2ob6o$66bo2bobo5b2o2$80b2o$80bobo$80bo!

The first is a glider to blinker I kept because it is REALLY sparky, and the other is a kickback.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 10:56 am**

Almost another interaction:

Great work Calcyman and Tom (and Kazyan)!

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`x = 78, y = 31, rule = B3/S23`

7b2o$5bo3bo$5bo$b2obob2ob2o$o3b2o3b2o$o3bo3b2o$2o3b2o3bo$bo$2bo5b3o$4b

o3b5o$4bo6bo3b2o$5b2o3bo4b2o2bobo7bo$4bo2b2o2bobo3bobo2bo2bo2b3o2bo$4b

2o3bobobobob2o3b2obo7bo$4b3o2bobobo2b5o4bo3b3o$6bobobobobo2bo5bo4bob2o

bo$18b2o3bo3bo5bo$13b4o10bo3bo$13b4o2bo7bo3bo10bobo8b5o$13bobob2o2b4o

5b2o10bo8b2o2bo2bo$21bo3bo4b2obo4b2o2bo3bob2ob3obo$23bo10b2ob2obo3bo4b

o3bobobo2bo3b2o$23bo3bo4bo2bob2obo3bo4bob2ob2o8b2o$24bo7b3o2b2o2bob7o

2b2obo5b2o$32bobo2b2o2bobobo3bo4b2o3bo4b2ob6o$37bo15bobobobo6b7o3b2o$

24bo13bo4b2o11b2obo2bo8b2o2b2o$23b2o13b2o3bobo11b3o4bob4ob2o2b2o$23bob

o13bo3b3o12b2o9bo3bob2o$43bo16bo3b2ob2ob6o$62bo2bobo5b2o!

[[ STOP 43 ]]

Great work Calcyman and Tom (and Kazyan)!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 11:09 am**

Can you release ikpx to the public then calcyman?

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 11:24 am**

kool

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 12:56 pm**

Oh wow!! I first saw the thread for the synthesis and I clicked thinking "synthesise what exactly, if we don't even know what it is??" and WOW!

Congratulations, almost certain pattern of the year!

I second Sir Robin as a name.

Trivia: this has been found 2 years and 2 days after the copperhead.

Congratulations, almost certain pattern of the year!

I second Sir Robin as a name.

Trivia: this has been found 2 years and 2 days after the copperhead.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 1:08 pm**

I found the repeat time, which is 196:

EDIT: It's interesting that there's no line perpendicular to the direction of travel that separates one from the next.

I'd like "seahorse" as a name, for what it's worth.

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`x = 64, y = 144, rule = B3/S23`

4b3o$3bo2b2o$3bo4bo2$3b3o3b2ob3o$b2obobo4bob2o$3bo2bo4bo2b2o$o2bo8bo$o

4bo2b2o2bo2bo$bob3o2b2o3b2o$3b2obob2obo3bo$9b2ob3o$9bo5bo$12b3o2b3o$

15bob2o$10b2obo3b3o$10b2o2bo2b2o$12b4o3bo$13b2obo2bo$11b2obobobo$14bo$

11bo7b2o$12b2o5bo$13bob2o2bob2o$19bo3bo$12b3o5bo2$16b3o3bo$12bo2bo$11b

2obo$12bob2o3b2o$14b2ob4o$22b3o$12b2ob2o3bo2bo$21bob2o$21b2o2$21b5o$

20b5ob2o$20bo6b2o$21b2o$23b2o$18b3o$23b2ob4o$18bo2b3o2bobo$23b2o2b2o$

20bo2bo$23bo$20bo2bo$20b5o2$19b2obo$19b2ob2o$18bob2obobo$18bo3bobo$18b

8o$18bo7bo$18bo2bo3b3o$19bo7b2o$24b5o$21bo7bo$23bo$23bo2bo3bo2$21b2obo

2bobo$21b2obo4b2o6b2o$25bobo9bo2bo$24b2obob2o6bo3bo$24b2obobo9b3o$24b

2ob2o6b2o6b4o$24b2o3bo5bob2o4b4o$24b4obo4bo4bo6b3o$24b4obo5b4o4b2o3bo$

28b3o2bo9b2o$29b2o3bo3bo$26b4o9b3o2b2o2bo$25b4o6b2o7bo4bo$25bo20bob2o$

43b2o6bo$44b2ob3obo$43b2o3bo2bo$43bobo2b2o$43bo2bobobo$43b3o6bo$44bobo

bo3bo$47b2obobo$44bo6b3o2$44bo9bo$44bo3bo6bo$45bo5b5o$45b3o$49b2o$46b

3o2bo$44bob3obo$43bo3bo2bo$44bo4b2ob3o$46b4obo4b2o$46bob4o4b2o$52bo$

53bo2b2o$53b2o$54b5o$58b2o$52b3o6bo$53bobo3bobo$52bo3bo3bo$52bo3b2o$

51bo6bob3o$52b2o3bo3b2o$53b4o2bo2bo$55b2o3bo$54bo$54b2obo$53bo$52b5o$

52bo4bo$51b3ob3o$51bob5o$51bo$53bo$49bo4b4o$53b4ob2o$50b3o4bo$57bobo$

61bo$57bo2b2o$58b3o$55b2o$54b3o5bo$57b2o2bobo$54bo2b3obobo$55b2obo2bo$

57bobo2b2o$59b2o$55b3o4bo$55b3o4bo$56b2o3b3o$57b2ob2o$58b2o$58bo2$57b

2o$59bo!

EDIT: It's interesting that there's no line perpendicular to the direction of travel that separates one from the next.

I'd like "seahorse" as a name, for what it's worth.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 1:24 pm**

I also vote "seahorse"

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 1:28 pm**

towerator wrote:the other is a kickback.

The kickback works in the other direction, too:

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`x = 80, y = 67, rule = LifeHistory`

7.2A$5.A3.A$5.A$.2A.A.2A.2A$A3.2A3.2A$A3.A3.2A$2A3.2A3.A$.A$2.A5.3A$

4.A3.5A$4.A6.A3.2A$5.2A3.A4.2A2.A.A7.A$4.A2.2A2.A.A3.A.A2.A2.A2.3A2.A

$4.2A3.A.A.A.A.2A3.2A.A7.A$4.3A2.A.A.A2.5A4.A3.3A$6.A.A.A.A.A2.A5.A4.

A.2A.A$18.2A3.A3.A5.A$13.4A10.A3.A$13.4A2.A7.A3.A10.A.A8.5A$13.A.A.2A

2.4A5.2A10.A8.2A2.A2.A$21.A3.A4.2A.A4.2A2.A3.A.2A.3A.A$23.A10.2A.2A.A

3.A4.A3.A.A.A2.A3.2A$23.A3.A4.A2.A.2A.A3.A4.A.2A.2A8.2A$24.A7.3A2.2A

2.A.7A2.2A.A5.2A$32.A.A2.2A2.A.A.A3.A4.2A3.A4.2A.6A$37.A15.A.A.A.A6.

7A3.2A$38.A4.2A11.2A.A2.A8.2A2.2A$38.2A3.A.A11.3A4.A.4A.2A2.2A$39.A3.

3A12.2A9.A3.A.2A$43.A16.A3.2A.2A.6A$62.A2.A.A5.2A$78.2A$77.2A$7.2A70.

A$5.A3.A$5.A$.2A.A.2A.2A$A3.2A3.2A$A3.A3.2A$2A3.2A3.A$.A$2.A5.3A$4.A

3.5A$4.A6.A3.2A$5.2A3.A4.2A2.A.A7.A$4.A2.2A2.A.A3.A.A2.A2.A2.3A2.A$4.

2A3.A.A.A.A.2A3.2A.A7.A$4.3A2.A.A.A2.5A4.A3.3A$6.A.A.A.A.A2.A5.A4.A.

2A.A$18.2A3.A3.A5.A$13.4A10.A3.A$13.4A2.A7.A3.A10.A.A8.5A$13.A.A.2A2.

4A5.2A10.A8.2A2.A2.A$21.A3.A4.2A.A4.2A2.A3.A.2A.3A.A$23.A10.2A.2A.A3.

A4.A3.A.A.A2.A3.2A$23.A3.A4.A2.A.2A.A3.A4.A.2A.2A8.2A$24.A7.3A2.2A2.A

.7A2.2A.A5.2A$32.A.A2.2A2.A.A.A3.A4.2A3.A4.2A.6A$37.A15.A.A.A.A6.7A3.

2A$38.A4.2A11.2A.A2.A8.2A2.2A$38.2A3.A.A11.3A4.A.4A.2A2.2A$39.A3.3A

12.2A9.A3.A.2A$43.A16.A3.2A.2A.6A$62.A2.A.A5.2A$77.2A$76.2A$78.A!

What a find - congratulations!

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 1:36 pm**

I'd vote against "seahorse", if only because IRL seahorses are actually incredibly slow (in fact, I think they are the slowest sea creatures alive), and this ship is moving at maximal speed for this angle. (Although there is the possibility of naming it ironically....)

I do like Sir Robin, though, for the stated reasons, as well as the fact that any new elementary knightships could be named Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad, etc.

I do like Sir Robin, though, for the stated reasons, as well as the fact that any new elementary knightships could be named Sir Lancelot, Sir Galahad, etc.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 1:57 pm**

MikeP wrote:towerator wrote:the other is a kickback.

The kickback works in the other direction, too...

As a mildly obsessive Life Lexicon editor, I have two quibbles about this. First, a kicked-back glider goes in the opposite direction from the incoming glider, so I think these reactions are more 90-degree reflection than kickback.

Second, we're not really used to these fast knightships yet. A glider can't actually catch up to a (2,1)c/6 knightship, it can only keep up, as the knightship shifts gradually sideways relative to the glider.

So if you rewind the above pattern by 24 ticks, for example, you get the following. I think this implies that gliders can't normally reach either of the given positions -- you'd need some extra trickery, maybe building them at the last minute with *WSS collisions or something. Would even that actually work?

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`x = 78, y = 69, rule = B3/S23`

7b2o$5bo3bo$5bo$b2obob2ob2o$o3b2o3b2o$o3bo3b2o$2o3b2o3bo$bo$2bo5b3o$4b

o3b5o$4bo6bo3b2o$5b2o3bo4b2o2bobo7bo$4bo2b2o2bobo3bobo2bo2bo2b3o2bo$4b

2o3bobobobob2o3b2obo7bo$4b3o2bobobo2b5o4bo3b3o$6bobobobobo2bo5bo4bob2o

bo$18b2o3bo3bo5bo$13b4o10bo3bo$13b4o2bo7bo3bo10bobo8b5o$13bobob2o2b4o

5b2o10bo8b2o2bo2bo$21bo3bo4b2obo4b2o2bo3bob2ob3obo$23bo10b2ob2obo3bo4b

o3bobobo2bo3b2o$23bo3bo4bo2bob2obo3bo4bob2ob2o8b2o$24bo7b3o2b2o2bob7o

2b2obo5b2o$32bobo2b2o2bobobo3bo4b2o3bo4b2ob6o$37bo15bobobobo6b7o3b2o$

38bo4b2o11b2obo2bo8b2o2b2o$38b2o3bobo11b3o4bob4ob2o2b2o$39bo3b3o12b2o

9bo3bob2o$43bo16bo3b2ob2ob6o$62bo2bobo5b2o3$7b2o67b2o$5bo3bo65b2o$5bo

71bo$b2obob2ob2o$o3b2o3b2o$o3bo3b2o$2o3b2o3bo$bo$2bo5b3o$4bo3b5o$4bo6b

o3b2o$5b2o3bo4b2o2bobo7bo$4bo2b2o2bobo3bobo2bo2bo2b3o2bo$4b2o3bobobobo

b2o3b2obo7bo$4b3o2bobobo2b5o4bo3b3o$6bobobobobo2bo5bo4bob2obo$18b2o3bo

3bo5bo$13b4o10bo3bo$13b4o2bo7bo3bo10bobo8b5o$13bobob2o2b4o5b2o10bo8b2o

2bo2bo$21bo3bo4b2obo4b2o2bo3bob2ob3obo$23bo10b2ob2obo3bo4bo3bobobo2bo

3b2o$23bo3bo4bo2bob2obo3bo4bob2ob2o8b2o$24bo7b3o2b2o2bob7o2b2obo5b2o$

32bobo2b2o2bobobo3bo4b2o3bo4b2ob6o$37bo15bobobobo6b7o3b2o$38bo4b2o11b

2obo2bo8b2o2b2o$38b2o3bobo11b3o4bob4ob2o2b2o$39bo3b3o12b2o9bo3bob2o$

43bo16bo3b2ob2ob6o$62bo2bobo5b2o3$75b2o$74b2o$76bo!

EDIT: As far as a name goes, I do like the "Sir Robin" reference of course, but would much rather drop the "Sir" and make the name simpler and more subtle (and easier to type): "Robin" or "robin", to be followed perhaps by future knightships named "Lancelot" or "lancelot" or what have you.

But really the discoverers get to choose, no matter how many people vote which way. Let's see, Tom should choose the first 62% of the name, and Adam should decide on the last 38%, right?

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 2:16 pm**

Oh dang, that's pretty amazing.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 2:49 pm**

You can approach to the knightship from 2 sides, a fast one (in this case the vertical backside) or the slow one (here the horizontal) If a glider arrives from the fast side, there is a sparcle in its way.

There is to find a way to "enter" from the short side, i think.

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`x = 54, y = 79, rule = B3/S23`

4b3o$3bo2b2o$3bo4bo2$3b3o3b2ob3o$b2obobo4bob2o$3bo2bo4bo2b2o$o2bo8bo$o

4bo2b2o2bo2bo$bob3o2b2o3b2o$3b2obob2obo3bo$9b2ob3o$9bo5bo$12b3o2b3o$

15bob2o$10b2obo3b3o$10b2o2bo2b2o$12b4o3bo$13b2obo2bo$11b2obobobo$14bo$

11bo7b2o$12b2o5bo$13bob2o2bob2o$19bo3bo$12b3o5bo2$16b3o3bo$12bo2bo$11b

2obo$12bob2o3b2o$14b2ob4o$22b3o$12b2ob2o3bo2bo$21bob2o$21b2o$36bo13bo$

21b5o9b3o11b3o$20b5ob2o7bob2o4bo5bob2o$20bo6b2o7b3o3b3o5b3o$21b2o13b2o

3b2o2bo4b2o$23b2o18b3o$18b3o$23b2ob4o$18bo2b3o2bobo$23b2o2b2o6b3o6bo$

20bo2bo10bo2bo6bo$23bo13bo6bo$20bo2bo13bo3bobo$20b5o9bobo4bobo$41b3o$

19b2obo$19b2ob2o$18bob2obobo26bo$18bo3bobo26b3o$18b8o24b2obo$18bo7bo

23b3o$18bo2bo3b3o23b2o$19bo7b2o$24b5o$21bo7bo$23bo23bobo$23bo2bo3bo15b

3o$46bo$21b2obo2bobo$21b2obo4b2o$25bobo14bo$24b2obob2o10b2o$24b2obobo

11bobo$24b2ob2o$24b2o3bo$24b4obo7bo$24b4obo6b2o$28b3o5bobo$29b2o$26b4o

$25b4o3bo$25bo5b2o$31bobo!

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`x = 54, y = 80, rule = B3/S23`

4b3o$3bo2b2o$3bo4bo2$3b3o3b2ob3o$b2obobo4bob2o$3bo2bo4bo2b2o$o2bo8bo$o

4bo2b2o2bo2bo$bob3o2b2o3b2o$3b2obob2obo3bo$9b2ob3o$9bo5bo$12b3o2b3o$

15bob2o$10b2obo3b3o$10b2o2bo2b2o$12b4o3bo$13b2obo2bo$11b2obobobo$14bo$

11bo7b2o$12b2o5bo$13bob2o2bob2o$19bo3bo$12b3o5bo2$16b3o3bo$12bo2bo$11b

2obo$12bob2o3b2o$14b2ob4o$22b3o$12b2ob2o3bo2bo$21bob2o$21b2o2$21b5o10b

o13bo$20b5ob2o7b3o11b3o$20bo6b2o6bob2o4bo5bob2o$21b2o13b3o3b3o5b3o$23b

2o11b2o3b2o2bo4b2o$18b3o22b3o$23b2ob4o$18bo2b3o2bobo$23b2o2b2o$20bo2bo

11b3o6bo$23bo10bo2bo6bo$20bo2bo13bo6bo$20b5o12bo3bobo$34bobo4bobo$19b

2obo18b3o$19b2ob2o$18bob2obobo$18bo3bobo27bo$18b8o25b3o$18bo7bo23b2obo

$18bo2bo3b3o22b3o$19bo7b2o22b2o$24b5o$21bo7bo$23bo$23bo2bo3bo16bobo$

46b3o$21b2obo2bobo16bo$21b2obo4b2o$25bobo$24b2obob2o11bo$24b2obobo11b

2o$24b2ob2o12bobo$24b2o3bo$24b4obo$24b4obo7bo$28b3o5b2o$29b2o5bobo$26b

4o$25b4o$25bo6bo$31b2o$31bobo!

There is to find a way to "enter" from the short side, i think.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 3:23 pm**

Since Adam completed the knightship, he's the official discoverer, so I think he should pick the name.

Getting something that almost works doesn't really count, though I appreciate his generosity in sharing

credit.

This ship was discovered through the use of a SAT solver, which I think is interesting. I can't wait to

see what else will happen when we really start flexing the power of SAT solvers in Life searches.

Getting something that almost works doesn't really count, though I appreciate his generosity in sharing

credit.

This ship was discovered through the use of a SAT solver, which I think is interesting. I can't wait to

see what else will happen when we really start flexing the power of SAT solvers in Life searches.

Posted: **March 7th, 2018, 3:45 pm**

Majestas32 wrote:Can you release ikpx to the public then calcyman?

It's always been public (just not particularly well-advertised):

https://gitlab.com/apgoucher/metasat/blob/master/ikpx.py

I'll accept Sir Robin as the official name; it's consistent with the search program being written in Python. And does, as others have mentioned, mean that future elementary oblique ships can be named after other Knights of the Round Table.

Macbi wrote:I found the repeat time, which is 196.

Extrementhusiast, any hopes for a p210 gun based on this?