Squaredance

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Squaredance
Squaredance image
Pattern type Agar
Period 2
Discovered by Don Woods
Year of discovery 1971

Squaredance is a period 2 agar and phoenix that was found in 1971 by Don Woods.[1] Woods originally referred to it as "quilt", but Wainwright renamed it "squaredance" because the pairs of bits seem to move in and out around empty squares.

References

  1. Robert Wainwright (June 1971). "Lifeline Volume 2".

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