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- 26 minutes ago
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Random posts
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### Re: Random posts

x = 47, y = 42, rule = LifeSuper D.D$3D$D.D2$4.3D$5.D25.A$4.3D23.A$30.3A3$10.V.V$10.3V$10.P.V2$14.3V$ 15.V7.N.5N$14.P2V6.N.N2.N$23.3N2.N$23.N.N2.N$23.N.N.3N3$23.H.H$23.3H$ 23.H.H6.P.5P$32.P.P2.P$27.3H2.3P2.P$28.H3.P.P2.P$27.3H2.P.P.3P4$40.X. 5X$40.X.X2.X$40.3X2.X$40.X.X2.X$40.X.X.3X3$40.2A$40.A.A$4...

- Today, 5:23 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: cellular automata according to Max Planck
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### Re: cellular automata according to Max Planck

Hi andrewandrewph33 wrote: ↑Today, 4:35 pmWelp. I saw something interesting and i thought ntrsc and paulrw needed to see it. I don't understand what this dude is talking about, they will!

- Today, 4:21 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: cellular automata according to Max Planck
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### Re: cellular automata according to Max Planck

[tries unsuccessfully to make himself look smart--the bold words are a dead giveaway of that intent. Also apparently doesn't think we know what complex numbers are] While you Hilbert worshippers and Conway addicts are still stuck with more ore or less ordinary natural numbers. I don't know about yo...

- Yesterday, 8:24 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Unproven conjectures
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### Re: Unproven conjectures

What do Thessalonic and Athenic mean in this context? Unrelated: Could it be possible to prove that any object can be glider-constructed if it satisfies some other properties (I.e. first of all, property 1) having at least one predecessor satisfying property 1 property 2) for all n, at least one of ...

- Yesterday, 8:18 pm
- Forum: Other Cellular Automata
- Topic: Alternating rules
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### Re: Alternating rules

Explosive rule with a shockingly large spark from a single cell
Ruler-looking thing

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```
x = 3, y = 16, rule = B1c/S|B2ie/S
.A$A10$A!
```

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```
x = 1, y = 1, rule = W90|W150
A!
```

- Yesterday, 8:14 pm
- Forum: Other Cellular Automata
- Topic: Smallest Spaceships Supporting Specific Speeds (5s) Project
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### Re: Smallest Spaceships Supporting Specific Speeds (5s) Project

Stuff in that last rule in your post:
A fake-RRO, an RFO, and a c/2 that looks unusual considering its size and behavior

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```
x = 68, y = 12, rule = B2kn3-kqr4ik5nqy8/S2-n3ijkqr4cikqr5ek6aei7e
b3o$3bo$o$3bo$b2o$3b2o34bo25b3o$b3obo32b3o24bobo$bo2bo32b2ob2o$2b3o32b
o3bo25bo$3bo33b2ob2o24b2o2$39bo!
```

- Yesterday, 7:53 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: LifeSuper rule
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### Re: SuperLH rule

Is this intended behavior? x = 15, y = 4, rule = SuperLH 9.5I$9.I4.I$H8.I$10.I! (Also, here's something interesting:) x = 5, y = 4, rule = SuperLH .A3M$A3.M$4.M$A2.A! (Challenge: make an object that changes the color of an XWSS if and only if it is an even number of cells away when facing upwards) E...

- Yesterday, 7:43 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Absolutely Useless Patterns Not Worthy Of Patterns Thread
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### Re: Absolutely Useless Patterns Not Worthy Of Patterns Thread

Sad, just sad. I discovered this many months ago: (Re: Absolutely Useless patterns...) Edit: It seems like he never saw a reflector with blocks yet (for me at least). What I meant by saying "(Re: Absolutely Useless patterns...)" was that muzik was posting it humorously and knew of better blockic OTTs

- Yesterday, 4:06 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Absolutely Useless Patterns Not Worthy Of Patterns Thread
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### Re: Absolutely Useless Patterns Not Worthy Of Patterns Thread

(Re: Absolutely Useless patterns...)JP21 wrote: ↑Yesterday, 12:16 pmSad, just sad. I discovered this many months ago:muzik wrote: ↑January 25th, 2020, 5:19 pmVery cheap way to reflect a glider, it only uses the most common still life:Code: Select all

`x = 15, y = 14, rule = B3/S23 4b2o$2o2b2o$2o2$5b2o5bo$b2o2b2o5bobo$b2o9b2o3$4b2o$4b2o2$12b2o$12b2o!`

- January 25th, 2020, 8:05 am
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: cellular automata according to Max Planck
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### Re: cellular automata according to Max Planck

Cryptic, @Moosey? Long live Greta Thunberg! Mit 17 hatt' ich noch Träume, da wuchsen noch alle Bäume... That's not cryptic as much as "not a language I can read". If you translate to English it is easy to understand: With 17 she still has dreams, all trees still grow Why exactly did you mention Gre...

- January 25th, 2020, 7:59 am
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Largest total computable function competition
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### Re: Largest total computable function competition

Well, first, it's not much stronger than the strongestHdjensofjfnen wrote: ↑January 25th, 2020, 3:10 amKind of cheating, but you could define a function P(n) which is the product of all functions in this thread.

And second, it's illdefined since what if someone adds another function to this thread

- January 24th, 2020, 9:07 pm
- Forum: Other Cellular Automata
- Topic: B2n3/S23-q
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### Re: B2n3/S23-q

Boats can eat knightships too x = 7, y = 11, rule = B2n3/S23-q 2b2o2$o2bo2$3o4$5bo$4bobo$5b2o! I get the sense that boats are gonna be super useful tiny eaters Also I want to point out that the knightship could be considered a slope-changing "Tagalong" for a glider x = 4, y = 6, rule = B2n3/S23-q 2b...

- January 24th, 2020, 7:41 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: cellular automata according to Max Planck
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### Re: cellular automata according to Max Planck

Otismo + Hubi

I'm curious what will happen when our two most cryptic members converse.

I'm curious what will happen when our two most cryptic members converse.

- January 24th, 2020, 3:29 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Random posts
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### Re: Random posts

Moosey wrote:October 22nd, 9957280, 3:42 amtime=314159265358979

Moosey wrote:October 31st, 9957280, 3:42 amCrazy how we can easily calculate the nearest Halloween to the time = pi to fifteen digits

Moosey wrote:December 31st, 1999, 1:00 amThe turn of the century

Moosey wrote:January 1st, 3000, 8:00 amHappy 3000

Moosey wrote:March 1st, 4159, 8:00 am3/1/4159

- January 24th, 2020, 3:23 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Unproven conjectures
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### Re: Unproven conjectures

A philosophical question... If a still life only has itself as a predecessor, clearly it is its only father, its only grandfather, its only great-grandfather and so on. Does that mean that it would be a Garden of Eden, by induction? No; a still life is its own predecessor and therefore has a predec...

- January 24th, 2020, 2:01 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Unproven conjectures
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- January 24th, 2020, 2:00 pm
- Forum: Other Cellular Automata
- Topic: B2n3/S23-q
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### Re: B2n3/S23-q

I feel the 2G pond + G has potential

Here's something useless, cleaning up the G:

Here's something useless, cleaning up the G:

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```
x = 13, y = 10, rule = B2n3/S23-q
11b2o$10b2o$12bo3$3o$2bo$bo$9b2o$9b2o!
```

- January 24th, 2020, 12:53 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Unproven conjectures
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### Re: Unproven conjectures

I meant goodstein

- January 24th, 2020, 9:40 am
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: [Nonsense Writing]GoL Breaking News
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### Re: [Nonsense Writing]GoL Breaking News

Solved altogether at those points: x = 79, y = 143, rule = B3/S23 43bo$42bo$42b3o23$10bobo15bobo$10bo3bo11bo3bo$14bo11bo$10bo4bo9bo4bo$ 14bo11bo$10bo3bo11bo3bo$10bobo15bobo2$3bo33bo$b2ob2o29b2ob2o$17b2obob 2o$o5bo27bo5bo$17bo5bo$2obob2o27b2obob2o$18b2ob2o$20bo2$11bobo13bobo$ 9bo3bo13bo3bo$9bo21bo$8b...

- January 24th, 2020, 8:06 am
- Forum: Other Cellular Automata
- Topic: OscillatorSpace
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### Re: OscillatorSpace

*c/2lemon41625 wrote: ↑January 24th, 2020, 7:51 am2 spaceships moving at cCode: Select all

`x = 19, y = 3, rule = OscillatorSpace .2A8.2A3.2A$.2B8.2B3.2B$A2BA6.ABDA.ADBA!`

Small seed for mess:

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```
x = 3, y = 2, rule = OscillatorSpace
B2A$.2B!
```

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```
x = 3, y = 10, rule = OscillatorSpace
.BA$.BA7$BA$BA!
```

- January 24th, 2020, 7:50 am
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Anyone know of highschool camps?
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- January 23rd, 2020, 9:24 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Unproven conjectures
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### Re: Unproven conjectures

With each generation you usually have, digitally spoken, 1 father 10 grandfathers 100 great grandfathers 1000 great great grandfathers 10000 great great great grandfathers 100000 (great^100) grandfathers 1000000 (great^101) grandfathers 10000000 (great^(100^1)) grandfathe 100000000 (great^(100^10))...

- January 23rd, 2020, 9:23 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Anyone know of highschool camps?
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### Anyone know of highschool camps?

So, as a highschool student, I am curious whether anyone knows about any CA-related summer camps for high-schoolers. I have recently looked at the Wolfram Camp but I was unfortunately rejected.

So, does anyone know of any summer camps for high-schoolers where CA would be a highly relevant topic?

So, does anyone know of any summer camps for high-schoolers where CA would be a highly relevant topic?

- January 23rd, 2020, 7:39 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Unproven conjectures
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### Re: Unproven conjectures

A philosophical question... If a still life only has itself as a predecessor, clearly it is its only father, its only grandfather, its only great-grandfather and so on. Does that mean that it would be a Garden of Eden, by induction? No; a still life is its own predecessor and therefore has a predec...

- January 23rd, 2020, 6:06 pm
- Forum: The Sandbox
- Topic: Random posts
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### Re: Random posts

My beginnings with befunge: >6 v < : v _.@ 1 - > ^ >#v"hello"< >:#,_@ (butterflies string) I was thinking of a quine along these lines: >11gv0 v,:< >g121+12p which copies every individual character and returns it wait are you serious: :0g,:93+`#@_1+ dang I did not think of that I'm now considering m...