35201M
35201M  
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Pattern type  Methuselah  

Number of cells  183  
Bounding box  20×20  
MCPS  188  
Lifespan  35201 generations  
Final population  5828  
L/I  192.4  
F/I  31.8  
F/L  0.166  
L/MCPS  187.2  
Discovered by  Andrzej Okrasinski  
Year of discovery  2008  

35201M is a methuselah with a lifespan of 35201 generations, discovered by Andrzej Okrasinski on September 4, 2008 as part of his census. It was rediscovered and reported on the ConwayLife.com forums by forum user Lewis on March 28, 2010.^{[1]}
Adam P. Goucher, Dave Greene and Matthias Merzenich proposed various modifications of 35201M to reduce its initial population, including:
Lifespan  Initial population  Initial size  Found by 

35154  44  22×28  Adam P. Goucher 
35180  34  27×27  Dave Greene 
35160  31  31×27  Dave Greene 
35181  33  26×28  Matthias Merzenich 
35161  30  32×28  Matthias Merzenich 
Stable pattern
The stable pattern that results from 35201M (excluding 85 escaping gliders and one escaping lightweight spaceship) has 5391 cells and consists of 401 blinkers (including 38 traffic lights and one interchange), 380 blocks, 232 beehives (including eight honey farms), 82 loaves, 70 boats, 23 ships, 11 tubs, ten ponds, four beacons, three shipties (two of which are in the form of a fleet), three toads, two barges, two long boats, and one beacon.
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References
 ↑ 'Lewis' (March 28, 2010). "35,000+ generation methuselah". Retrieved on July 3, 2016.