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|Oscillator type||Billiard table|
|Number of cells||32|
|Discovered by|| Robert Wainwright|
|Year of discovery||1971|
Cauldron (or crucible) is a period 8 billiard table oscillator that was found in 1971 independently by Don Woods and Robert Wainwright. A 34-glider synthesis is known for a variation of this oscillator with a slightly larger stator.
On November 3rd, 2013, Joshua McArthur discovered 3 ways of extensibility.
- Cauldron at the Life Lexicon