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x = 47, y = 47, rule = b3/s23 18bo28b$18b3o26b$21bo25b$20b2o25b2$32b2o13b$32b2o13b$26bobo18b$28bo18b 2$22b3o22b$15b2o5bo2bo21b$15b2o5bo3bo20b$5b2o19bo20b$5b2o15bo3bo20b$ 22bo2bo8b2o11b$22b3o9b2o11b2$7b2o36b2o$45bob$7bo4b3o28bobob$11bo3bo27b 2o2b$10bo5bo13b3ob3o10b$10bo5bo13bo5bo10b$10b3ob3o13bo5bo10b$2b2o27bo 3bo11b$bobo28b3o4bo7b$bo45b$2o36b2o7b2$11b2o9b3o22b$11b2o8bo2bo22b$20b o3bo15b2o5b$20bo19b2o5b$20bo3bo5b2o15b$21bo2bo5b2o15b$22b3o22b2$18bo 28b$18bobo26b$13b2o32b$13b2o32b2$25b2o20b$25bo21b$26b3o18b$28bo! #C [[ THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 THUMBLAUNCH AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ LOOP 37 GPS 9 THUMBSIZE 2 HEIGHT 600 WIDTH 600 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 132
Bounding box 47×47
Period 37
Mod Unknown
Heat 142.5
Volatility 0.97
Discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko
Year of discovery 2010

132P37 is an unnamed period-37 oscillator discovered by Nicolay Beluchenko on March 21, 2010. It is the second unique period-37 oscillator to be found, after 124P37, and relies on a completely unrelated mechanism.

Matthias Merzenich noticed that it can reflect gliders in a variety of ways, including a 90° reaction. The 90° reaction allows a p37 glider loop to be built.

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132P37 reflecting gliders 180° and 90°
Download RLE: click here

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