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|Number of cells||20|
|Discovered by||Andrzej Megier|
|Year of discovery||2008|
Eve is a methuselah with a lifespan of 30046 generations, discovered by Andrzej Megier on June 29, 2008. It was found by testing random walk patterns in combination with a moderately distanced predefined pattern (in this case, the "<" hexomino).
The stable pattern that results from Eve cycles between 3034, 3050 and 3026 cells.
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- "Talk:List of long-lived methuselahs, About 30000 generations?". Retrieved on May 11, 2010.