124P37

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124P37
#N 124P37 #O Nicolay Beluchenko #C The first period 37 oscillator to be found. Discovered in April 2009. #C www.conwaylife.com/wiki/index.php?title=124P37 x = 37, y = 37, rule = 23/3 11b2o11b2o11b$11b2o11b2o11b3$6bo23bo6b$5bobo5bo9bo5bobo5b$4bo2bo5bob2o 3b2obo5bo2bo4b$5b2o10bobo10b2o5b$15bobobobo15b$16bo3bo16b2$2o33b2o$2o 33b2o$5b2o23b2o5b2$6bobo19bobo6b$6bo2bo17bo2bo6b$7b2o19b2o7b2$7b2o19b 2o7b$6bo2bo17bo2bo6b$6bobo19bobo6b2$5b2o23b2o5b$2o33b2o$2o33b2o2$16bo 3bo16b$15bobobobo15b$5b2o10bobo10b2o5b$4bo2bo5bob2o3b2obo5bo2bo4b$5bob o5bo9bo5bobo5b$6bo23bo6b3$11b2o11b2o11b$11b2o11b2o! #C [[ LOOP 37 GPS 18 THUMBSIZE 2 ZOOM 10 HEIGHT 480 ]] #C [[ THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 124
Bounding box 37×37
Period 37
Mod 37
Heat 94.3
Volatility 0.94
Strict volatility 0.94
Discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko
Year of discovery 2009

124P37, also called Beluchenko's p37, is a period-37 oscillator. It was the first period-37 oscillator to be found, and was discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko on April 14, 2009.[1] It was the only known unique period-37 oscillator until the discovery of 132P37 in March 2010. In terms of its 124 cells, it is currently smallest known period-37 oscillator. Adam P. Goucher noticed that two of these oscillators could interact non-trivially by hassling a beehive and a block.

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Two copies of 124P37 hassling a beehive and a block
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References

  1. Jason Summers' all-osc pattern collection. Retrieved on December 15, 2009.

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