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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by gameoflifeboy » July 17th, 2015, 7:43 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:tub-siamese-eater
This is actually an integral with tub, or a tub with nine. Siamese would mean that both the tub and the eater were completely present in the pattern, albeit sharing parts, but this is not the case as the tail of the eater has been replaced by a tub.
Gustavo6046 wrote:Oh thanks. The reaction where 1G + 1 beehive = 6G + 4 beehive + some junk (useful junk?).
This is just the debris left over from the evolution of the R-pentomino. Sorry, but the only way this could possibly be made into a spaceship is if the gliders produced could trigger the exact same reaction and entirely clean up the surrounding debris, which seems highly unlikely.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by Gustavo6046 » July 17th, 2015, 8:22 pm

gameoflifeboy wrote: This is just the debris left over from the evolution of the R-pentomino. Sorry, but the only way this could possibly be made into a spaceship is if the gliders produced could trigger the exact same reaction and entirely clean up the surrounding debris, which seems highly unlikely.
Fact. I am HORRIBLE at doing engine reactions...

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If someone can catalyst the block, I will have made a 3G -> 3 boat converter:

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x = 13, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
7bo$5bobo$6b2o4bo$10b2o$7b2o2b2o$2o5bobo$2o5bo!
Do you already know the barberpole? It's sick of old and will soon die. Know the Barberfuse!

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x = 54, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
obo2$2bobo2$4bobo2$6bobo2$8bobo2$10bobo2$12bobo2$14bobo2$16bobo2$18bob
o2$20bobo2$22bobo2$24bobo2$26bobo2$28bobo2$30bobo2$32bobo2$34bobo2$36b
obo2$38bobo2$40bobo2$42bobo2$44bobo2$46bobo2$48bobo2$50bobo$53bo$52b2o
!
*yawn* What a nothing-to-do day! Let's be the only person in the world to do CGOL during boring times. :)

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by gameoflifeboy » July 17th, 2015, 9:16 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:Do you already know the barberpole? It's sick of old and will soon die. Know the Barberfuse!

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An eater can trigger this reaction:

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x = 1989, y = 1984, rule = B3/S23
5b2o$5bobo$2b2o$bobo3bobo$bo$2o7bobo2$11bobo2$13bobo2$15bobo2$17bobo2$
19bobo2$21bobo2$23bobo2$25bobo2$27bobo2$29bobo2$31bobo2$33bobo2$35bobo
2$37bobo2$39bobo2$41bobo2$43bobo2$45bobo2$47bobo2$49bobo2$51bobo2$53bo
bo2$55bobo2$57bobo2$59bobo2$61bobo2$63bobo2$65bobo2$67bobo2$69bobo2$
71bobo2$73bobo2$75bobo2$77bobo2$79bobo2$81bobo2$83bobo2$85bobo2$87bobo
2$89bobo2$91bobo2$93bobo2$95bobo2$97bobo2$99bobo2$101bobo2$103bobo2$
105bobo2$107bobo2$109bobo2$111bobo2$113bobo2$115bobo2$117bobo2$119bobo
2$121bobo2$123bobo2$125bobo2$127bobo2$129bobo2$131bobo2$133bobo2$135bo
bo2$137bobo2$139bobo2$141bobo2$143bobo2$145bobo2$147bobo2$149bobo2$
151bobo2$153bobo2$155bobo2$157bobo2$159bobo2$161bobo2$163bobo2$165bobo
2$167bobo2$169bobo2$171bobo2$173bobo2$175bobo2$177bobo2$179bobo2$181bo
bo2$183bobo2$185bobo2$187bobo2$189bobo2$191bobo2$193bobo2$195bobo2$
197bobo2$199bobo2$201bobo2$203bobo2$205bobo2$207bobo2$209bobo2$211bobo
2$213bobo2$215bobo2$217bobo2$219bobo2$221bobo2$223bobo2$225bobo2$227bo
bo2$229bobo2$231bobo2$233bobo2$235bobo2$237bobo2$239bobo2$241bobo2$
243bobo2$245bobo2$247bobo2$249bobo2$251bobo2$253bobo2$255bobo2$257bobo
2$259bobo2$261bobo2$263bobo2$265bobo2$267bobo2$269bobo2$271bobo2$273bo
bo2$275bobo2$277bobo2$279bobo2$281bobo2$283bobo2$285bobo2$287bobo2$
289bobo2$291bobo2$293bobo2$295bobo2$297bobo2$299bobo2$301bobo2$303bobo
2$305bobo2$307bobo2$309bobo2$311bobo2$313bobo2$315bobo2$317bobo2$319bo
bo2$321bobo2$323bobo2$325bobo2$327bobo2$329bobo2$331bobo2$333bobo2$
335bobo2$337bobo2$339bobo2$341bobo2$343bobo2$345bobo2$347bobo2$349bobo
2$351bobo2$353bobo2$355bobo2$357bobo2$359bobo2$361bobo2$363bobo2$365bo
bo2$367bobo2$369bobo2$371bobo2$373bobo2$375bobo2$377bobo2$379bobo2$
381bobo2$383bobo2$385bobo2$387bobo2$389bobo2$391bobo2$393bobo2$395bobo
2$397bobo2$399bobo2$401bobo2$403bobo2$405bobo2$407bobo2$409bobo2$411bo
bo2$413bobo2$415bobo2$417bobo2$419bobo2$421bobo2$423bobo2$425bobo2$
427bobo2$429bobo2$431bobo2$433bobo2$435bobo2$437bobo2$439bobo2$441bobo
2$443bobo2$445bobo2$447bobo2$449bobo2$451bobo2$453bobo2$455bobo2$457bo
bo2$459bobo2$461bobo2$463bobo2$465bobo2$467bobo2$469bobo2$471bobo2$
473bobo2$475bobo2$477bobo2$479bobo2$481bobo2$483bobo2$485bobo2$487bobo
2$489bobo2$491bobo2$493bobo2$495bobo2$497bobo2$499bobo2$501bobo2$503bo
bo2$505bobo2$507bobo2$509bobo2$511bobo2$513bobo2$515bobo2$517bobo2$
519bobo2$521bobo2$523bobo2$525bobo2$527bobo2$529bobo2$531bobo2$533bobo
2$535bobo2$537bobo2$539bobo2$541bobo2$543bobo2$545bobo2$547bobo2$549bo
bo2$551bobo2$553bobo2$555bobo2$557bobo2$559bobo2$561bobo2$563bobo2$
565bobo2$567bobo2$569bobo2$571bobo2$573bobo2$575bobo2$577bobo2$579bobo
2$581bobo2$583bobo2$585bobo2$587bobo2$589bobo2$591bobo2$593bobo2$595bo
bo2$597bobo2$599bobo2$601bobo2$603bobo2$605bobo2$607bobo2$609bobo2$
611bobo2$613bobo2$615bobo2$617bobo2$619bobo2$621bobo2$623bobo2$625bobo
2$627bobo2$629bobo2$631bobo2$633bobo2$635bobo2$637bobo2$639bobo2$641bo
bo2$643bobo2$645bobo2$647bobo2$649bobo2$651bobo2$653bobo2$655bobo2$
657bobo2$659bobo2$661bobo2$663bobo2$665bobo2$667bobo2$669bobo2$671bobo
2$673bobo2$675bobo2$677bobo2$679bobo2$681bobo2$683bobo2$685bobo2$687bo
bo2$689bobo2$691bobo2$693bobo2$695bobo2$697bobo2$699bobo2$701bobo2$
703bobo2$705bobo2$707bobo2$709bobo2$711bobo2$713bobo2$715bobo2$717bobo
2$719bobo2$721bobo2$723bobo2$725bobo2$727bobo2$729bobo2$731bobo2$733bo
bo2$735bobo2$737bobo2$739bobo2$741bobo2$743bobo2$745bobo2$747bobo2$
749bobo2$751bobo2$753bobo2$755bobo2$757bobo2$759bobo2$761bobo2$763bobo
2$765bobo2$767bobo2$769bobo2$771bobo2$773bobo2$775bobo2$777bobo2$779bo
bo2$781bobo2$783bobo2$785bobo2$787bobo2$789bobo2$791bobo2$793bobo2$
795bobo2$797bobo2$799bobo2$801bobo2$803bobo2$805bobo2$807bobo2$809bobo
2$811bobo2$813bobo2$815bobo2$817bobo2$819bobo2$821bobo2$823bobo2$825bo
bo2$827bobo2$829bobo2$831bobo2$833bobo2$835bobo2$837bobo2$839bobo2$
841bobo2$843bobo2$845bobo2$847bobo2$849bobo2$851bobo2$853bobo2$855bobo
2$857bobo2$859bobo2$861bobo2$863bobo2$865bobo2$867bobo2$869bobo2$871bo
bo2$873bobo2$875bobo2$877bobo2$879bobo2$881bobo2$883bobo2$885bobo2$
887bobo2$889bobo2$891bobo2$893bobo2$895bobo2$897bobo2$899bobo2$901bobo
2$903bobo2$905bobo2$907bobo2$909bobo2$911bobo2$913bobo2$915bobo2$917bo
bo2$919bobo2$921bobo2$923bobo2$925bobo2$927bobo2$929bobo2$931bobo2$
933bobo2$935bobo2$937bobo2$939bobo2$941bobo2$943bobo2$945bobo2$947bobo
2$949bobo2$951bobo2$953bobo2$955bobo2$957bobo2$959bobo2$961bobo2$963bo
bo2$965bobo2$967bobo2$969bobo2$971bobo2$973bobo2$975bobo2$977bobo2$
979bobo2$981bobo2$983bobo2$985bobo2$987bobo2$989bobo2$991bobo2$993bobo
2$995bobo2$997bobo2$999bobo2$1001bobo2$1003bobo2$1005bobo2$1007bobo2$
1009bobo2$1011bobo2$1013bobo2$1015bobo2$1017bobo2$1019bobo2$1021bobo2$
1023bobo2$1025bobo2$1027bobo2$1029bobo2$1031bobo2$1033bobo2$1035bobo2$
1037bobo2$1039bobo2$1041bobo2$1043bobo2$1045bobo2$1047bobo2$1049bobo2$
1051bobo2$1053bobo2$1055bobo2$1057bobo2$1059bobo2$1061bobo2$1063bobo2$
1065bobo2$1067bobo2$1069bobo2$1071bobo2$1073bobo2$1075bobo2$1077bobo2$
1079bobo2$1081bobo2$1083bobo2$1085bobo2$1087bobo2$1089bobo2$1091bobo2$
1093bobo2$1095bobo2$1097bobo2$1099bobo2$1101bobo2$1103bobo2$1105bobo2$
1107bobo2$1109bobo2$1111bobo2$1113bobo2$1115bobo2$1117bobo2$1119bobo2$
1121bobo2$1123bobo2$1125bobo2$1127bobo2$1129bobo2$1131bobo2$1133bobo2$
1135bobo2$1137bobo2$1139bobo2$1141bobo2$1143bobo2$1145bobo2$1147bobo2$
1149bobo2$1151bobo2$1153bobo2$1155bobo2$1157bobo2$1159bobo2$1161bobo2$
1163bobo2$1165bobo2$1167bobo2$1169bobo2$1171bobo2$1173bobo2$1175bobo2$
1177bobo2$1179bobo2$1181bobo2$1183bobo2$1185bobo2$1187bobo2$1189bobo2$
1191bobo2$1193bobo2$1195bobo2$1197bobo2$1199bobo2$1201bobo2$1203bobo2$
1205bobo2$1207bobo2$1209bobo2$1211bobo2$1213bobo2$1215bobo2$1217bobo2$
1219bobo2$1221bobo2$1223bobo2$1225bobo2$1227bobo2$1229bobo2$1231bobo2$
1233bobo2$1235bobo2$1237bobo2$1239bobo2$1241bobo2$1243bobo2$1245bobo2$
1247bobo2$1249bobo2$1251bobo2$1253bobo2$1255bobo2$1257bobo2$1259bobo2$
1261bobo2$1263bobo2$1265bobo2$1267bobo2$1269bobo2$1271bobo2$1273bobo2$
1275bobo2$1277bobo2$1279bobo2$1281bobo2$1283bobo2$1285bobo2$1287bobo2$
1289bobo2$1291bobo2$1293bobo2$1295bobo2$1297bobo2$1299bobo2$1301bobo2$
1303bobo2$1305bobo2$1307bobo2$1309bobo2$1311bobo2$1313bobo2$1315bobo2$
1317bobo2$1319bobo2$1321bobo2$1323bobo2$1325bobo2$1327bobo2$1329bobo2$
1331bobo2$1333bobo2$1335bobo2$1337bobo2$1339bobo2$1341bobo2$1343bobo2$
1345bobo2$1347bobo2$1349bobo2$1351bobo2$1353bobo2$1355bobo2$1357bobo2$
1359bobo2$1361bobo2$1363bobo2$1365bobo2$1367bobo2$1369bobo2$1371bobo2$
1373bobo2$1375bobo2$1377bobo2$1379bobo2$1381bobo2$1383bobo2$1385bobo2$
1387bobo2$1389bobo2$1391bobo2$1393bobo2$1395bobo2$1397bobo2$1399bobo2$
1401bobo2$1403bobo2$1405bobo2$1407bobo2$1409bobo2$1411bobo2$1413bobo2$
1415bobo2$1417bobo2$1419bobo2$1421bobo2$1423bobo2$1425bobo2$1427bobo2$
1429bobo2$1431bobo2$1433bobo2$1435bobo2$1437bobo2$1439bobo2$1441bobo2$
1443bobo2$1445bobo2$1447bobo2$1449bobo2$1451bobo2$1453bobo2$1455bobo2$
1457bobo2$1459bobo2$1461bobo2$1463bobo2$1465bobo2$1467bobo2$1469bobo2$
1471bobo2$1473bobo2$1475bobo2$1477bobo2$1479bobo2$1481bobo2$1483bobo2$
1485bobo2$1487bobo2$1489bobo2$1491bobo2$1493bobo2$1495bobo2$1497bobo2$
1499bobo2$1501bobo2$1503bobo2$1505bobo2$1507bobo2$1509bobo2$1511bobo2$
1513bobo2$1515bobo2$1517bobo2$1519bobo2$1521bobo2$1523bobo2$1525bobo2$
1527bobo2$1529bobo2$1531bobo2$1533bobo2$1535bobo2$1537bobo2$1539bobo2$
1541bobo2$1543bobo2$1545bobo2$1547bobo2$1549bobo2$1551bobo2$1553bobo2$
1555bobo2$1557bobo2$1559bobo2$1561bobo2$1563bobo2$1565bobo2$1567bobo2$
1569bobo2$1571bobo2$1573bobo2$1575bobo2$1577bobo2$1579bobo2$1581bobo2$
1583bobo2$1585bobo2$1587bobo2$1589bobo2$1591bobo2$1593bobo2$1595bobo2$
1597bobo2$1599bobo2$1601bobo2$1603bobo2$1605bobo2$1607bobo2$1609bobo2$
1611bobo2$1613bobo2$1615bobo2$1617bobo2$1619bobo2$1621bobo2$1623bobo2$
1625bobo2$1627bobo2$1629bobo2$1631bobo2$1633bobo2$1635bobo2$1637bobo2$
1639bobo2$1641bobo2$1643bobo2$1645bobo2$1647bobo2$1649bobo2$1651bobo2$
1653bobo2$1655bobo2$1657bobo2$1659bobo2$1661bobo2$1663bobo2$1665bobo2$
1667bobo2$1669bobo2$1671bobo2$1673bobo2$1675bobo2$1677bobo2$1679bobo2$
1681bobo2$1683bobo2$1685bobo2$1687bobo2$1689bobo2$1691bobo2$1693bobo2$
1695bobo2$1697bobo2$1699bobo2$1701bobo2$1703bobo2$1705bobo2$1707bobo2$
1709bobo2$1711bobo2$1713bobo2$1715bobo2$1717bobo2$1719bobo2$1721bobo2$
1723bobo2$1725bobo2$1727bobo2$1729bobo2$1731bobo2$1733bobo2$1735bobo2$
1737bobo2$1739bobo2$1741bobo2$1743bobo2$1745bobo2$1747bobo2$1749bobo2$
1751bobo2$1753bobo2$1755bobo2$1757bobo2$1759bobo2$1761bobo2$1763bobo2$
1765bobo2$1767bobo2$1769bobo2$1771bobo2$1773bobo2$1775bobo2$1777bobo2$
1779bobo2$1781bobo2$1783bobo2$1785bobo2$1787bobo2$1789bobo2$1791bobo2$
1793bobo2$1795bobo2$1797bobo2$1799bobo2$1801bobo2$1803bobo2$1805bobo2$
1807bobo2$1809bobo2$1811bobo2$1813bobo2$1815bobo2$1817bobo2$1819bobo2$
1821bobo2$1823bobo2$1825bobo2$1827bobo2$1829bobo2$1831bobo2$1833bobo2$
1835bobo2$1837bobo2$1839bobo2$1841bobo2$1843bobo2$1845bobo2$1847bobo2$
1849bobo2$1851bobo2$1853bobo2$1855bobo2$1857bobo2$1859bobo2$1861bobo2$
1863bobo2$1865bobo2$1867bobo2$1869bobo2$1871bobo2$1873bobo2$1875bobo2$
1877bobo2$1879bobo2$1881bobo2$1883bobo2$1885bobo2$1887bobo2$1889bobo2$
1891bobo2$1893bobo2$1895bobo2$1897bobo2$1899bobo2$1901bobo2$1903bobo2$
1905bobo2$1907bobo2$1909bobo2$1911bobo2$1913bobo2$1915bobo2$1917bobo2$
1919bobo2$1921bobo2$1923bobo2$1925bobo2$1927bobo2$1929bobo2$1931bobo2$
1933bobo2$1935bobo2$1937bobo2$1939bobo2$1941bobo2$1943bobo2$1945bobo2$
1947bobo2$1949bobo2$1951bobo2$1953bobo2$1955bobo2$1957bobo2$1959bobo2$
1961bobo2$1963bobo2$1965bobo2$1967bobo2$1969bobo2$1971bobo2$1973bobo2$
1975bobo2$1977bobo2$1979bobo2$1981bobo2$1983bobo2$1985bobo$1988bo$
1987b2o!

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by mniemiec » July 17th, 2015, 9:22 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:If someone can catalyst the block, I will have made a 3G -> 3 boat converter:
While this is useless, it IS interesting, as reactions that produce ash that consists entirely of one kind of object are worthy of note. This is exactly the kind of thing that is on-topic for the Useless Discoveries topic - things that don't have any practical applications, but are, nevertheless, interesting to look at in their own right.
Gustavo6046 wrote:Do you already know the barberpole? It's sick of old and will soon die. Know the Barberfuse!
Yes, I think that everyone on these forums knows the barber pole, and this particular reaction has been known for 40+ years, and is the very natural reaction of removing one end of it, I can't imagine anyone who doesn't already know this.

Also, your Code block here was broken, because it was not closed. Whenever you post here, you should hit the Preview button first, to see if the post will look the way it's supposed to, and if it doesn't (e.g. Quote and Code tags are not properly matched), you can catch the error and fix it before it is posted. I have caught many of my own mistakes this way.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by mniemiec » July 17th, 2015, 9:42 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:How? A reaction of a glider displacing a block obliquely with a non-catalyst tub-siamese-eater.
This is, roughly speaking, similar to the real-life situation "I have a rock. If you put a museum ten feet away from the rock, and blow up the museum, you get a rock 100 feet away. Museums can be used as rocket propellants to move rocks!". This is rubbish; all that happened is you have a new piece of rubble that has come off the corner of the museum, not the old one translated. Besides which, this is an VERY expensive way to move a rock, just as your idea is a VERY expensive way to move a block.

It would be MUCH cheaper to use three gliders (one to demolish the block, and two more to place a totally new block anywhere you want), rather than to use 4+ gliders to create the integral-with-tub, and then another glider to turn it into a block.
Gustavo6046 wrote:Please run Bellman to replace the tub-siamese-block with catalysts, please! I don't know how to do it, and even if I knew, I don't have Python and can't due to a bug running MSI (error 2203)! Just do it...
Other people have more important thing to do, than to run complicated searches on your behalf, to make totally useless and impractical reactions work. If you don't know how a tool works, take the time to learn it, the way the rest of us have done. If you have problems installing Python, you should consult online Python-related foums.
Gustavo6046 wrote:Either way, you can also help by indicating a synth of the tub-siamese-eater... so I can add just the gliders that do the still life, then another glider to do the reaction and tadaa! A pure-glider reaction would come...
You already have the necessary tools to be able to find this for yourself. The LifeWiki has syntheses for many objects. I recently gave you the link to my life web page, which contains over 10000 syntheses, which can be searched by object type, population, oscillator period, etc. and even now has a search facility that can search for object by name, or by image - either by cells, or by RLE. It should take little effort to find what you are looking for. Let your fingers do the walking, instead of asking others to do it for you. Only ask for help if you have already searched available sources for something, and couldn't find it.
Gustavo6046 wrote:The reaction where 1G + 1 beehive = 6G + 4 beehive + some junk (useful junk?).
This is just an R-pentomino. The junk is not really useful, and the number of gliders needed to clean this junk up and leave only the beehive would be enormous, making this fairly useless.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by dvgrn » July 18th, 2015, 12:29 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:I don't have Python and can't due to a bug running MSI (error 2203)!
Error 2203 is an "access denied" type error. I'm sure it's frustrating, but it's probably not a bug. This is exactly what might be expected to happen if you were still trying to install Python while you were signed in to Windows as a standard user (without administrative rights).

Can you confirm that this is not what you're doing? You've never been very specific about what steps you're trying when installing Python. The necessary steps are these:

0) Look up administrative users and standard users on Google, if you don't understand the difference.
1) Log into Windows as an administrative user.
2) Run the appropriate Python installer -- 32-bit Python if you've downloaded a 32-bit version of Golly, or 64-bit Python if your Golly package is 64-bit.
3) Probably there will be no errors, and Golly Python scripts will Just Work after that.
4) If there are still errors, please use Ctrl+C or Alt+PrntScrn to capture and post the exact error message.

If you're still using the "Skip Step 1 And Hope" installation method, please state clearly that you're doing this. Then everyone can tell you, "Well, it won't work, then!" and no one will have to be puzzled about the problem any more.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by Gustavo6046 » July 19th, 2015, 11:57 am

Okay thanks. I want Bellman link and instructions later, please.

Now, I am planning a pn,n=30*x HWSS gun out of fun, but I need to know how to make an HWSS striking a LWSS with gliders.
The following is the current prototype stage: (without the LWSS>HWSS part) (first one written using Notepad++'s macro function)

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#N Current p30 HWSS gun prototype (v0.01)
#O Gustavo Ramos ""Smartnerd Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O July 19 2015, 12:53 GMT-03:00
#C The prototype of a p30 HWSS
#C gun. It is currently
#C missing a vital part: the
#C LWSS>HWSS part using gliders.
#N
x = 110, y = 50, rule = B3/S23
87bo$86bobo$74b2o10b2obo7b2o$74b2o10b2ob2o6bobo$86b2obob3o6bo7b2o$86bo
bo2bo2bo2bo2bo7b2o$87bo4b2o6bo$97bobo$97b2o2$84bobo$84b2o$85bo4$56bobo
$56bo2bo18bo$41bo6bo10b2o6b2o7b2o$40bobo5bo8bo3b2o4b2o8b2o$33b2o4bob2o
6bo9b2o$33b2o3b2ob2o9b2o2bo2bo$39bob2o5b3o2bo2bobo$40bobo7b4o$41bo9b2o
$69bobo$69b2o$70bo$59bo$60b2o$59b2o2$16bo2bo26bo2bo13bo$4o11bo14b4o11b
o15b2o$o3bo10bo3bo10bo3bo10bo3bo12b2o$o14b4o11bo14b4o8b3o$bo2bo26bo2bo
22bo$58bo4$65bo2bo8bo$65bo10bobo$61bo2bo3b2o5bo3b2o$58b4o3b2obobo4bo3b
2o3b2o$57b4o14bo3b2o3b2o$50b2o5bo2bo8b2o5bobo$50b2o5b4o16bo$58b4o$61bo
!
Perceiving how I use math to determine some periods, is there any other way of using math in CGOL? I love math. Probably not as much as Jacob Barnett but eh. (I have autism like him, but in a much lighter form, in Asperger syndrome instead of normal Barnett autism).
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by Gustavo6046 » August 1st, 2015, 3:24 pm

Just as a update, my Internet downed for a very long time since someday of the past month, but I did backed it yesterday. Either way, I can tell that no one still told me any LWSS to HWSS converter which I could use for my new gun...
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by The Turtle » August 1st, 2015, 4:07 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:Just as a update, my Internet downed for a very long time since someday of the past month, but I did backed it yesterday. Either way, I can tell that no one still told me any LWSS to HWSS converter which I could use for my new gun...
Does this count?

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x = 17, y = 19, rule = B3/S23
6b3o5b2o$8bo5bobo$7bo6bo2$11bo$10b2o$10bobo2$b2o$obo$2bo4$8b3o$7bo2bo$
10bo$10bo$7bobo!
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by gmc_nxtman » August 1st, 2015, 4:26 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:If someone can catalyst the block, I will have made a 3G -> 3 boat converter:

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x = 13, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
7bo$5bobo$6b2o4bo$10b2o$7b2o2b2o$2o5bobo$2o5bo!
I don't know what you mean by "catalyst the block", but no, If there was a catalyst to replace that block, it still wouldn't be very useful.
Gustavo6046 wrote:How? A reaction of a glider displacing a block obliquely with a non-catalyst tub-siamese-eater.

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#N Block oblique displacing reaction
#O Gustavo Ramos "Smartnerd" Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O July 17, 2015 12:55 GMT-03:00
#r 23/3
#C This reaction seems to displace a block
#C obliquely. Will it be useful for at least
#C something?
x = 10, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
obo$b2o5b2o$bo5bobo$7bo$5bobo$2o2bobo$2o3bo!
Please run Bellman to replace the tub-siamese-block with catalysts, please!
Bellman doesn't really work that way. You can't just feed this reaction to Bellman, and out comes an oblique-block displacing catalyst reaction and a "Poof! Your wish has been granted." If you really want instructions and a link on how to use Bellman, I will provide them, however they may not be accurate as MikeP uses Linux, and I assume you are on windows (right?).
Gustavo6046 wrote:I don't have Python and can't due to a bug running MSI (error 2203)!
Bellman is not written in Python, but C++. It requires compiling, using "make" (once again maybe not accurate because of OS differences) once you have navigated to that directory in Terminal or another such command line utility.
Gustavo6046 wrote:Okay thanks. I want Bellman link and instructions later, please.

Now, I am planning a pn,n=30*x HWSS gun out of fun, but I need to know how to make an HWSS striking a LWSS with gliders.
The following is the current prototype stage: (without the LWSS>HWSS part) (first one written using Notepad++'s macro function)

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#N Current p30 HWSS gun prototype (v0.01)
#O Gustavo Ramos ""Smartnerd Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O July 19 2015, 12:53 GMT-03:00
#C The prototype of a p30 HWSS
#C gun. It is currently
#C missing a vital part: the
#C LWSS>HWSS part using gliders.
#N
x = 110, y = 50, rule = B3/S23
87bo$86bobo$74b2o10b2obo7b2o$74b2o10b2ob2o6bobo$86b2obob3o6bo7b2o$86bo
bo2bo2bo2bo2bo7b2o$87bo4b2o6bo$97bobo$97b2o2$84bobo$84b2o$85bo4$56bobo
$56bo2bo18bo$41bo6bo10b2o6b2o7b2o$40bobo5bo8bo3b2o4b2o8b2o$33b2o4bob2o
6bo9b2o$33b2o3b2ob2o9b2o2bo2bo$39bob2o5b3o2bo2bobo$40bobo7b4o$41bo9b2o
$69bobo$69b2o$70bo$59bo$60b2o$59b2o2$16bo2bo26bo2bo13bo$4o11bo14b4o11b
o15b2o$o3bo10bo3bo10bo3bo10bo3bo12b2o$o14b4o11bo14b4o8b3o$bo2bo26bo2bo
22bo$58bo4$65bo2bo8bo$65bo10bobo$61bo2bo3b2o5bo3b2o$58b4o3b2obobo4bo3b
2o3b2o$57b4o14bo3b2o3b2o$50b2o5bo2bo8b2o5bobo$50b2o5b4o16bo$58b4o$61bo!
Instead of using upconverters, you can use the "HWSS Out of the Blue" reaction, shown below:

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x = 28, y = 45, rule = B3/S23
11b2o$15bo$10b2o2bobo$9bo2b3obobo3bo$10b6o2bo2bobo$11b2ob2o6b2o$8bo2b
6o$8bobob3o2bo$10bobo2b2o$11bo$14b2o4$16b2o$16b2o4$13bo$13bobo$14bobo$
14bo2bo$14bobo$2b2o9bobo$bobo9bo$bo23b3o$2o16bo6bo$17bobo6bo$16bo3bo$
17b3o$15b2o3b2o10$15b2o$16bo$13b3o$13bo!
An example of a gun, built by me, utilising this reaction is shown below:

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x = 73, y = 66, rule = B3/S23
49b2o5b2o$45b2o2bo7bo2b2o$45bo15bo3$50bo5bo$49b3o3b3o$48b2o2bobo2b2o$
12b2o5b2o27bo3bobo3bo$8b2o2bo7bo2b2o23bob2o3b2obo$8bo15bo23b2o7b2o10$
12b2o5b2o$11bo2bo3bo2bo$14b2ob2o$13bobobobo$13bobobobo48bo$11bo9bo27bo
4bo12b2o$10bo11bo26b2o2bo5bo$55bo2bobo$14b2ob2o41bo$12bo2bobo2bo33b4ob
o$12b3o3b3o34bob2o$56bo$bo6bo$b2o4b3o9b2o$6b2ob2o9bo2$5bobobobo49bo5bo
$14b2o44b3o3b3o$6b2ob2o4bo43b2ob2ob2ob2o$6b2ob2o47b3o7b3o$8bo$50b2o8bo
7bo$46b2obo2bob2o$47bo2bo4bo$51bo$52bobo3$56bo15bo$2obo3bob2o7b2o36b2o
2bo6bo3b2o$o2bo3bo2bo3b2obo2bobo37b2o5b2o$b3o3b3o4bo4bo2b2o$18bo$15bob
o$32bobo$32bobo$32b3o$3b2ob2o14bo2bobo$4bobo13b2obob3o$4bobo14bo6bo$5b
o14b2o5bo$33b2o$21bo5b2o3bobo$20bo6bo5bo$21b3obob2o$21bobo2bo!
Gustavo, here's a challenge for you: build a loafer gun, using any of the existing syntheses, which can be found here, here, and here.

An example of one built by me is shown below, and here:

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#C [[ THUMBNAIL AUTOSTART ZOOM 2 THEME 6 LOOP 1104 GRID ]]
x = 248, y = 207, rule = B3/S23
205b3o14b2o$205bo3bo12b2o$198bo6bo4bo$196b3o7bo3bo$195bo$196b3o7bo3bo
7b3o$198bo6bo4bo5b2obob2o$205bo3bo5bo5b2o22b2o$205b3o8b2obob2o22b2o$
218b3o$227bob2o$226bo2b2o2b3o10b2o$226bo6b2o11b2o$190bo3bo31b2o3b3o$
189bo5bo9b2o21bo3bo$195bo9b2o$178bo2bo8bo3b2o32bo3bo$178b4o9b3o32b2o3b
3o$221b2o3bo6b2o11b2o$138b2o11bo26b4o9b3o27b2o3bo2b2o2b3o10b2o$138b2o
10bobo25bo2bo8bo3b2o15bobo13bob2o$150bobo2b2o3bo3bo11bobo16bo15b2o$
149b2ob2o2bo2bobo2b3o9b2o11bo5bo16bo32b2o$153bobo3bobo5bo22bo3bo50b2o$
118bo30b2obo2b4obo5b2o$117bobo29b2obobo3bo$117bobo33bobo3bo84b2o$116b
2ob2o33bobo3bo83b2o$155bo3b2o$235b2o3bo$220b2o13b3obob2o2b2o$142b2o12b
obo61b2o13b3o4bo2b2o$141b2o13bobo3bo75bo3bo$142b2o11b2o82b3o$131b2o13b
o9bo59b3o$130bo2bo24bobobo53bo22b3o$129bob2o22bo2bob3o56bo18bo3bo$129b
o27bo3bo16b2o39bo15b3o4bo2b2o$114b3o3b3o5b2o48b2o12bobo40b3obob2o2b2o$
114bo2bobo2bo20b2o47b2o22bo2bo15b2o3bo$114b2obobob2o20bo49bo12bo3bo6bo
$114b2o5b2o21b3o58bo5bo6bo25b2o$146bo10b2o52bo32b2o$156bobo29bobo6bo8b
o3b2o$156bo31b2o5b3o9b3o$155b2o32bo4bo$116b2ob2o6b2o66b3o9b3o$114bo2bo
bo2bo4b2o68bo8bo3b2o$114bobo3bobo88bo9b2o$114b3o3b3o82bo5bo9b2o$114b2o
16b2o72bo3bo$114b2o16b2o$114b2o7$126bo5bo$125b3o3b3o27bobo$124b2obo3bo
b2o26b2o6bobo$162bo6b2o$170bo$127bo3bo$127bo3bo$165bobo$165b2o$166bo$
80b2o11bo$80b2o10bobo24b2o$92bobo2b2o3bo3bo12bo$91b2ob2o2bo2bobo2b3o8b
obo$95bobo3bobo5bo7b2o$56b2o33b2obo2b4obo5b2o$56b2o24b3o6b2obobo3bo26b
2ob2o$81bo2bo10bobo3bo26bobo$81b2o2b2o9bobo3bo25bobo$81bo2bobo10bo3b2o
26bo$84bobo$56b3o3b3o$56bo2bobo2bo13bo3bo2bo12bo$55bo3bobo3bo12b2o2bo
14b2o$56bo2bobo2bo13bo3bo2bo11bobo38bobo$58bo3bo10b2o63b2o6bobo$56b2o
5b2o7bo2bo8bo22b3o29bo6b2o$55b3o5b3o5bob2o6bo22bobobobo36bo$55b3o5b3o
5bo31b2obo3bo9b2o$70b2o32bobo2b2o9b2o$85b2o15bo5bo33bobo$17bo67bo16b2o
bo2bo33b2o$16bobo17bo49b3o15b2obo35bo$16bobo16bobo24b3o23bo10b2o$15b2o
b2o15bobo24b3o33bobo$34b2ob2o22b5o32bo$60b2o3b2o30b2o$60b2o3b2o2b2o$
69b2o3$60b2o3b2o7b2o$56b2o2b2o4bobo5b2o$56b2o3b3o3b3o$33bo5bo22bobo3bo
bo$32b3o3b3o21bobo4bo$13bo7bo9b2ob2ob2ob2o26b2o$11b2ob2o3b2ob2o6b3o7b
3o25bo46bobo$115b2o6bobo$14bobobobo11bo7bo75bo6b2o$12bo3bobo3bo101bo$
12bo2b2ob2o2bo$13b3o3b3o45bo7bo$14bo5bo98bobo$39bo25b3o7b3o41b2o$38b2o
26b2ob2ob2ob2o8b2o12bo20bo$38bo4bobo21b3o3b3o9b2o12bobo$2b2o5bo27bobo
3bobo22bo5bo24b2o$2b2o5bo10b2o16b3o3b3o3b2o$8b3o9b2o10b2o5bobo4b2o2b2o
32b2obo$32b2o7b2o3b2o37bobo$7b2ob2o74bo$7b2ob2o73b2o$8bobo26b2o46b2o$
9bo27b2o2b2o3b2o37b2o$41b2o3b2o$22bo19b5o22b2ob2o$23bo19b3o24bobo$21b
3o19b3o24bobo$b3o5b3o59bo$2b3o3b3o81bobo$ob4ob4obo79b2o6bobo$b2o2bobo
2b2o81bo6b2o16bobo$2b3o3b3o31b3o5b3o48bo15bo$3bo5bo32b3o5b3o59b2o2bo4b
o$43b2o5b2o60b2obo2bob2o$45bo3bo46bobo17b2o$43bo2bobo2bo44b2o46b2o$42b
o3bobo3bo23bo20bo47bo$43bo2bobo2bo24bobo$43b3o3b3o24b2o57b2o$13b2o105b
2o12bo2bo7b2o$4b2ob2o4b2o12bo92b2o11b2o2bo7b2o$5bobo17bobo17b2ob2o65b
2o17bo2bo$5bobo18b2o18bobo4b2o59b2o19bo$6bo39bobo4bobo60bo$47bo6b3o78b
o$55b2o77bo2bo$52b2o79b2o2bo7b2o$45bo6b3o79bo2bo7b2o$46bo88b2o$44b3o
63b4o$13b3o3b3o31b2o55bo2b2o30bo$12bo2bo3bo2bo30b2o56bo2b2o28b2o$16bob
o78bo13bo2bo$16bobo76b3o14b2o$16bobo75bo$12bo2bo3bo2bo72b3o14b2o$13bo
7bo75bo13bo2bo$33b2o76bo2b2o5b2o$29b2o2b2o2b2o71bo2b2o6b2o$29bobo2bo2b
2o71b4o$30b3o$31b2o2$118bob2o20bobo54bo$15b2ob2o14b4o24b2obo2b2o18bobo
2b3o21b5o20bobo2b2o18b2o4b2o21b5o$16bobo14bo7b2o20b2o2bo2bo17bobob2o2b
o18b2o5bo18bobo3b2o18b3ob2o2bo17bobo5bo$16bobo14bo3b2o2b2o24bobo19bo2b
2obo19b7o25b2o23bobo19bob2o2bo$17bo16bo2b2o29bo25bo23b3o19bo5bo26bo24b
2o$62bo25bo24b3o51bo25bo$62b3o23b3o22b2o25bob2o23b3o22b2obo$21bo43bo
22bo2bo22bob2o24b2o26bo22bo2bo$20b2o42bo24b2o23bo2bo22bo2bo24b2o23bo2b
o$19b3obo9b2o27b2o25b2o24b2o24b2o25bo25b2o4b2o$18b2o13b2o165bobo$9bo9b
2o181bo$7b3o10bo181b2o$6bo77bo$7b3o10bo10bo47b3ob2o2b2o$9bo9b2o8b2obo
46b4o4b2o$18b2o8b2ob3o49b2o$19b3obo8bo78b2o$20b2o11b2o3b2o71b2o$21bo
12bo3b3o6b2o3bo51b2o$30b2o8b3o4b3obob2o48b5o$32bo7b3o4b3o4bo32b2o14bo
4bo3b2o$30b3o7b3o7bo3bo2bo29b2o14b3o2bo3b2o$32b3o3b3o10b3o3b3o44bo2b2o
$33b2o3b2o20bo44b2o$51b3o3b3o$50bo3bo2bo28b2o17b2o$32b2o13b3o4bo30bobo
16bo2b2o$32b2o13b3obob2o31bo16b3o2bo3b2o$47b2o3bo33bo16bo4bo3b2o$74b2o
10b3o14b5o$76bo8bo2bo15b2o$73b2o2bo7b2o24b2o$74bo2bo33b2o$64bo10bobo$
62b3o10b2o$61bo$62b3o10b2o$64bo10bobo$74bo2bo10b2o$73b2o2bo10b2o$76bo$
74b2o!
Try to look at it, and see the methods I used for creating those tight glider salvos. The gun can be any period above 180 (the two technologies I recommend using, are 46 * 4 = 184, or 30 * 6 = 180, guns of those periods can be found in JS and co.'s Gun collections, downloadable from here.

This gun will no longer be as trivial as *WSS guns because there are more than one glider per direction. Let's see if you are up to the challenge :wink:
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by dvgrn » August 1st, 2015, 5:43 pm

The Turtle wrote:Does this count?

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x = 17, y = 19, rule = B3/S23
6b3o5b2o$8bo5bobo$7bo6bo2$11bo$10b2o$10bobo2$b2o$obo$2bo4$8b3o$7bo2bo$
10bo$10bo$7bobo!
Heh -- nicely done, but I'm worried that the humor may be just a little too subtle. And unfortunately that reaction won't work with the p30 gun in question.

Similarly, gmc_nxtman's galaxy-mediated reaction needs a period that's a multiple of 8, so the stated goal of a p30 HWSS gun is out of the question with that mechanism.

Here's a "converter" equivalent to The Turtle's that does work at p30:

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x = 138, y = 81, rule = B3/S23
17bo$17bobo$18bobo$18bo2bo3b2o$18bobo4b2o8b2o$17bobo15b2o$17bo2$4b3o
31bo$3bo3bo29bo77bo$2bo5bo28bo76bobo$2bo5bo93b2o10b2obo7b2o$5bo96b2o
10b2ob2o6bobo$3bo3bo25b2o3b2o74b2obob3o6bo7b2o$4b3o29bo77bobo2bo2bo2bo
2bo7b2o$5bo27bo5bo75bo4b2o6bo$34b2ob2o86bobo$35bobo87b2o$2b3o31bo$2b3o
31bo75bobo$bo3bo106b2o$9bobo101bo$2o3b2o3b2o$10bo2$32bobo49bobo$32b2o
50bo2bo18bo$33bo3b3o29bo6bo10b2o6b2o7b2o$17bo18bo3bo27bobo5bo8bo3b2o4b
2o8b2o$18b2o15bo5bo19b2o4bob2o6bo9b2o$17b2o16b2obob2o19b2o3b2ob2o9b2o
2bo2bo$67bob2o5b3o2bo2bobo$3b2o21bo41bobo7b4o$3b2o19b2o43bo9b2o$25b2o
70bobo$97b2o$40b2o56bo$40bo46bo$31b2o8b3o44b2o$31b3o9bo43b2o$33b2obo6b
obo$33bo2bo7b2o28bo2bo13bo$33b2obo21b4o11bo15b2o$31b3o6b2o16bo3bo10bo
3bo12b2o$31b2o7bobo15bo14b4o8b3o$5b2o35bo16bo2bo22bo$3bo2bo35b2o42bo$
37b2o$2bo34b2o$18b2o$3b2o14b2o72bo2bo8bo$5bo12bo74bo10bobo$37b3o49bo2b
o3b2o5bo3b2o$26b2o9b3o46b4o3b2obobo4bo3b2o3b2o$2b2o3b2o16b2o9bo3bo44b
4o14bo3b2o3b2o$2b2o3b2o18bo7bo5bo36b2o5bo2bo8b2o5bobo$3b5o3bo24bo3bo
37b2o5b4o16bo$4bobo4b2o24b3o46b4o$10bobo76bo$4b3o$34bo$33b2o$33bobo2$
7bo$6bobo$5bo3bo$6b3o$4b2o3b2o$36bo$35b3o$34b5o$33bobobobo$33b2o3b2o$
28bo$27b4o$15b2o9b2obobo4bo$15b2o8b3obo2bo2bobo$26b2obobo3bobo$7b2o18b
4o5bo$7b2o19bo!
And here's a serious answer to the question. The LWSS streams below are p22 which is the minimum for this particular chain of reactions, but the mechanism can be adapted to p30 with no trouble:

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#C simplified version of a p22 sample pattern by Adam P. Goucher, 2010
#C Based on an insertion reaction by Dieter Leithner, 1997
x = 627, y = 836, rule = B3/S23
409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$
410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$
409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bo
b2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$
409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$
410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$
410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$
410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$
409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b
2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$
408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$
408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$410bo7$
409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$409b3o$
410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo7$410b2o$410b3o$409bob2o$
409b3o$410bo7$409b2o$408b3o$408b2obo$409b3o$410bo88$552b2o13b2o$553bo
6b3o3bo2bo18b3o$553bobo5bo3bo21bob3o15b2o$554b2o4bo4bo2bob2o14b3ob3o5b
3o6bo$561bo2bobob3o16b2obob2o4b3o4bobo$560b3obobo2bo17b2obobo6bo5b2o$
559b2obo2bo4bo4b2o11bo4bobo4b2o$565bo3bo5bobo11b2o4bobo4bo$561bo2bo3b
3o6bo6b2o5bo6bobob2o$557bo4b2o13b2o4bobo4b3o4b2obob2o$558bo24bo6b3o5b
3ob3o$534b2o7bo5b2o5b3o23b2o15b3obo3bo$535bo6b3o3b3o49b3o3bo2bo$535bob
o6bo2b2o2b2o51bo5bo6bo7b2o$536b2o4b2o2b5ob2o50bo6bo4bobo6bo$544b3obobo
2bo9bo44bo2bo11bobo$541bo2bobob3o10bobo35bo10bobo3bo2bo3b2o$541b2ob5o
2b2o4b2o3b2o33b2o6b2ob2o2bobo3b2o$542b2o2b2o2bo6bobo38b2o7b2o3bobo2b2o
b2o$544b3o3b3o6bo42b2o3bo2bo3bobo$544b2o5bo7b2o7bo32bobo11bo2bo$569bo
31bo6bobo4bo6bo$567b3o22bobo5b2o7bo6bo5bo$592b2o23bo2bo$593bo25bo2$
574bo$572bobo13bo$573b2o11b2o$587b2o3$581bo$578b2o3bo$579bob2o$582bo2$
11bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo
18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo$b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo
7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o$o3bo6bo3b
o6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo
3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo6bo3bo
6bo3bo6bo3bo$4bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o
10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo7b4o10bo$o2bo18bo2bo18bo2b
o18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2bo18bo2b
o18bo2bo3$579bobo3$572bo$572b2o12bo$571bobo11b2o$585bobo3$566b2o$567b
2o22b2o$543b2o13b2o6bo23b2o$542bo2bo3b3o6bo33bo6b2o13b2o$546bo3bo5bobo
41bo6b3o3bo2bo$540b2obo2bo4bo4b2o3bo38bobo5bo3bo$541b3obobo2bo10b2o34b
o3b2o4bo4bo2bob2o$542bo2bobob3o8bobo33b2o10bo2bobob3o$535b2o4bo4bo2bob
2o43bobo8b3obobo2bo$534bobo5bo3bo59b2obo2bo4bo4b2o$534bo6b3o3bo2bo61bo
3bo5bobo$533b2o13b2o5b2o51bo2bo3b3o6bo$556b2o44b2o5b2o13b2o$555bo5bo6b
o7b2o23b2o$561b2o5bo7bo4b2o7bo6bo5bo$561b3o4bo5bobo5bo7bo5b2o$558b2obo
b2o4b2o3b2o6bobo5bo4b3o$557bob2o2bo2bo16b2o3b2o4b2obob2o$562bo2bo2b2ob
o20bo2bo2b2obo$553b2o3b2o4b2obob2o16bob2o2bo2bo$552bobo5bo4b3o20b2obob
2o4b2o3b2o$552bo7bo5b2o23b3o4bo5bobo$551b2o7bo6bo4bo18b2o5bo7bo$586bo
4bo6bo7b2o91$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2ob
o$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$
409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$
410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$
411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b
2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$
411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$
411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bo
b2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$
410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$
410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b2o7$
411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$410b
2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$409b3o$
410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o7$411bo$410b3o$409b2obo$
409b3o$410b2o7$411bo$410b3o$410bob2o$411b3o$411b2o!
The MWSS-to-HWSS conversion is very nice: if no MWSS is present, the sparks die harmlessly. Unfortunately the 3LWSS-to-MWSS hammer reaction isn't as forgiving -- the input LWSS stream has to be continuous. There might well be something better, at least for p30 if not for p22.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by triller » August 2nd, 2015, 11:55 am

dvgrn wrote: There might well be something better, at least for p30 if not for p22.
I posted this p30 LW to MW some time back. A B60p120 gun perforates the LW stream.

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x = 201, y = 87, rule = B3/S23
70bo6b2o$70b3o5bo$73bo4bobo7b2o$72b2o5b2o6bobo$86b3o12bo$85b3o
8b2o3b4o$75bo10b3o8b2o3b4o$73b2ob2o9bobo2b2obob2o3bo2bo5b2o$88b
2o2b2obobo4b4o5b2o$72bo5bo15b2obo3b4o$101bo$72b2obob2o2$87bo8b
2o$73bo11b2o8bo2bo$64b2o7bo2bo9b2o7bo$63bobo7bo21bo$62b3o11b2o
17bobo$62b2o13bo17bobo$62b2o11bobo18bo$63bobo9b2o$64bo$93b2o3b
2o$70b2o3b2o2bobo11bo5bo$12bo48b2o3b2o2bo5bo5bo$10b3o48b2o3b2o
14bo7b2o2bo3bo$9bo61bo3bo3bo2bo6b2o4b3o$9b2o52b3o6b3o5b3o8bo57b
o$63b3o82bobo27bo$7bo56bo73b2o6b2o3bo25b4o$6b3o128bobo4b2obo3b
o9b2o2b2o9b2ob4o5b2o$5bo3bo126b3o4b3obo3bo9b2o2b2o8b3ob2o3bo3b
o2bo$4bob3obo116b2o6b3o4bo2b2obobo25b2ob2o3bo7bo$5b5o84bo32b2o
7b3o4b2o4bo27b5o3bo6bo6b2o$72b2o18b2ob2o40bobo38bo3b3o7bo6b2o
$13b2o51bo5b2o64b2o48bo2bo$14bo52b2o22bo5bo90b2o$14bobo6bo42b
2o84bo$15b2o6b4o54bobo7b2obob2o52bobo23bo$4b2o2bo15b4o7bo25b3o
16bo70b2o21b2o$6bobo15bo2bo6bobo23bo3bo15bo94b2o$8b2o14b4o4b2o
3bo9b2o10bo5bo14bo2bo$9b2o12b4o5b2o3bo9b2o10bo5bo14b3o$7bob2o
12bo8b2o3bo24bo10bobo$7b3o24bobo23bo3bo9b2o83bo$35bo25b3o10bo
85bo$24bobo35bo95b3o6bobo$2b2o3b2o15b2o68b2o71b2o$5bo19bo68b2o
72bo$2bo5bo53b2o$3b2ob2o6bobo45b2o$4bobo8b2o$5bo9bo85bo29bo29b
o$5bo34bo2bo26bo2bo25bo3bo25bo3bo25bo3bo$26b4o14bo29bo10b5o14b
o10b5o14bo10b5o14bo$25bo3bo10bo3bo25bo3bo9bo4bo9bo4bo9bo4bo9b
o4bo9bo4bo9bo4bo$2b2o25bo11b4o26b4o14bo10b5o14bo10b5o14bo10b5o
$3bo21bo2bo55bo3bo25bo3bo25bo3bo$3o5bo8bo2bo65bo29bo29bo$o6bo
bo10bo$5b2o3bo5b2o3bo2bo51bo14bo$5b2o3bo4bobob2o3b4o47bobo7b2o
3bobo64b2o$5b2o3bo14b4o47bo7b3o4bo66b2o6b2o$2b2o3bobo5b2o8bo2b
o5b2o49b2o70bo7b2o$bobo4bo16b4o5b2o131bo$bo22b4o$2o22bo$52b2o
5b2o22b2o$52b2o5b2o13bo7b3o4bo60bo$73bobo7b2o3bobo59b2o22bo$55b
2o17bo14bo59bobo21b2o$55b2o116bobo$137b2o$136bobo47b2o$46bo3b
o75b2o7bo6b2o4bo37bobo$32b2o10bo2bob3o74b2o7bo2bo2bo2bo2bobo26b
o4b2o6bo7b2o$32b2o13bobobo83bo6b3obob2o25bobo2bo2bo2bo2bo7b2o
$45bo90bobo6b2ob2o10b2ob2o10b2obob3o6bo$28b2o5b2o7b2o91b2o7bo
b2o10b2ob2o10b2ob2o6bobo$28b2o5b2o8bobo3bo95bobo25b2obo7b2o$45b
obo100bo26bobo$176bo4$33b2obo$33bob2o!
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by The Turtle » August 2nd, 2015, 12:40 pm

Speaking of converters...
Is there a list of known converters or "metamorphosis" reactions?
The link here leads to a Webpage Not Found error.
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by mniemiec » August 2nd, 2015, 5:24 pm

The Turtle wrote:Speaking of converters...
Is there a list of known converters or "metamorphosis" reactions?
The link here leads to a Webpage Not Found error.
That's odd. I visited that page a couple of days ago, and it was fine. I just visited it now, and it is still fine. Or were you referring to any of the links coming from that page?

You could try extracting some of them from 11000+ syntheses on my web site,
http://codercontest.com/mniemiec/lifepage.htm. Most of the syntheses are in multiple steps, and show examples of various kinds of conversions.

At one point, I started an attempt to organize my converter collection into a user-friendly web-accessible form, but I only got through two of them so far (e.g. block to boat, and one other, both of which had dozens of methods each). I have around 800 separate files of converters, many of which have many methods each, so unfortunately, that project is not likely to see fruition any time soon.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by M. I. Wright » August 2nd, 2015, 6:36 pm

mniemiec wrote:
The Turtle wrote:Speaking of converters...
Is there a list of known converters or "metamorphosis" reactions?
The link here leads to a Webpage Not Found error.
That's odd. I visited that page a couple of days ago, and it was fine. I just visited it now, and it is still fine. Or were you referring to any of the links coming from that page?
S/he's probably referring to the RLE link for the "Several interactions" image (image, supposed RLE link) - although said image is made for copying and pasting, as each pixel represents a cell (right click -> Copy image -> paste into Golly).
If, for whatever reason, that won't work, all of them can be found in jslife's misc folder (specifically p46tech-fanout.lif, p46tech-gturn.lif, p46tech-ssconvert.lif and p46tech-ssturn.lif).
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by The Turtle » August 2nd, 2015, 7:59 pm

M. I. Wright wrote:
mniemiec wrote:
The Turtle wrote:Speaking of converters...
Is there a list of known converters or "metamorphosis" reactions?
The link here leads to a Webpage Not Found error.
That's odd. I visited that page a couple of days ago, and it was fine. I just visited it now, and it is still fine. Or were you referring to any of the links coming from that page?
S/he's probably referring to the RLE link for the "Several interactions" image (image, supposed RLE link) - although said image is made for copying and pasting, as each pixel represents a cell (right click -> Copy image -> paste into Golly).
If, for whatever reason, that won't work, all of them can be found in jslife's misc folder (specifically p46tech-fanout.lif, p46tech-gturn.lif, p46tech-ssconvert.lif and p46tech-ssturn.lif).
Thanks! It worked!
The image copying didn't work though, but I was able to find the patterns in jslife's misc folder.

Sorry for not clarifying the Webpage Not Found error. The "several interactions" RLE is what I meant to say.
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by mniemiec » August 2nd, 2015, 9:27 pm

The Turtle wrote:The image copying didn't work though, but I was able to find the patterns in jslife's misc folder.
I found that just dragging the image file and dropping it into Golly worked, although this may not work for images of larger scales. In such cases, I usually copy the image, paste it into Paint, switch to 2-color mode to remove the grid lines, then scale the image down so that each cell is 1x1, and then copy it to Golly.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by The Turtle » August 3rd, 2015, 10:14 am

mniemiec wrote:
The Turtle wrote:The image copying didn't work though, but I was able to find the patterns in jslife's misc folder.
I found that just dragging the image file and dropping it into Golly worked, although this may not work for images of larger scales. In such cases, I usually copy the image, paste it into Paint, switch to 2-color mode to remove the grid lines, then scale the image down so that each cell is 1x1, and then copy it to Golly.
Thanks again!
I was able to get it to work. I didn't even know that was possible! :)
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by Gustavo6046 » August 15th, 2015, 9:31 pm

Sorry but that LWSS>HWSS reaction has intersecting gliders and, if not, intersecting guns.
However, I don't know if this is not trivial but I found a shuttle eater:

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#N Shuttle eater
#O Gustavo Ramos "Smartnerd Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O 08/15/2015, 22:30 GMT-03:00
#C Supposedly an shuttle eater where
#C you put the shuttle inside and it
#C is harmlessly eaten.
x = 7, y = 18, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$3b2o5$3bo$b2ob2o2$o5bo2$2obob2o5$2b2o$2b2o!
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by gameoflifeboy » August 15th, 2015, 9:49 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:Sorry but that LWSS>HWSS reaction has intersecting gliders and, if not, intersecting guns.
However, I don't know if this is not trivial but I found a shuttle eater:

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#N Shuttle eater
#O Gustavo Ramos "Smartnerd Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O 08/15/2015, 22:30 GMT-03:00
#C Supposedly an shuttle eater where
#C you put the shuttle inside and it
#C is harmlessly eaten.
x = 7, y = 18, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$3b2o5$3bo$b2ob2o2$o5bo2$2obob2o5$2b2o$2b2o!
This is actually a queen bee eater (shuttle would mean the queen bee was stabilized into an oscillator). The block at the top reflects the queen bee, so it is unnecessary:

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x = 7, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
2o3b2o$b5o$2b3o$3bo4$2b2o$2b2o!
This isn't completely trivial, being about the same quality as most posts in "useless discoveries", but it has probably been found before. Is there a collection of non-spaceship eaters anywhere, other than eaters-misc.rle in Golly?

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by M. I. Wright » August 15th, 2015, 9:59 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:Sorry but that LWSS>HWSS reaction has intersecting gliders and, if not, intersecting guns.
Huh? It works perfectly fine - did you see triller's post?
triller wrote:

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x = 201, y = 87, rule = B3/S23
70bo6b2o$70b3o5bo$73bo4bobo7b2o$72b2o5b2o6bobo$86b3o12bo$85b3o
8b2o3b4o$75bo10b3o8b2o3b4o$73b2ob2o9bobo2b2obob2o3bo2bo5b2o$88b
2o2b2obobo4b4o5b2o$72bo5bo15b2obo3b4o$101bo$72b2obob2o2$87bo8b
2o$73bo11b2o8bo2bo$64b2o7bo2bo9b2o7bo$63bobo7bo21bo$62b3o11b2o
17bobo$62b2o13bo17bobo$62b2o11bobo18bo$63bobo9b2o$64bo$93b2o3b
2o$70b2o3b2o2bobo11bo5bo$12bo48b2o3b2o2bo5bo5bo$10b3o48b2o3b2o
14bo7b2o2bo3bo$9bo61bo3bo3bo2bo6b2o4b3o$9b2o52b3o6b3o5b3o8bo57b
o$63b3o82bobo27bo$7bo56bo73b2o6b2o3bo25b4o$6b3o128bobo4b2obo3b
o9b2o2b2o9b2ob4o5b2o$5bo3bo126b3o4b3obo3bo9b2o2b2o8b3ob2o3bo3b
o2bo$4bob3obo116b2o6b3o4bo2b2obobo25b2ob2o3bo7bo$5b5o84bo32b2o
7b3o4b2o4bo27b5o3bo6bo6b2o$72b2o18b2ob2o40bobo38bo3b3o7bo6b2o
$13b2o51bo5b2o64b2o48bo2bo$14bo52b2o22bo5bo90b2o$14bobo6bo42b
2o84bo$15b2o6b4o54bobo7b2obob2o52bobo23bo$4b2o2bo15b4o7bo25b3o
16bo70b2o21b2o$6bobo15bo2bo6bobo23bo3bo15bo94b2o$8b2o14b4o4b2o
3bo9b2o10bo5bo14bo2bo$9b2o12b4o5b2o3bo9b2o10bo5bo14b3o$7bob2o
12bo8b2o3bo24bo10bobo$7b3o24bobo23bo3bo9b2o83bo$35bo25b3o10bo
85bo$24bobo35bo95b3o6bobo$2b2o3b2o15b2o68b2o71b2o$5bo19bo68b2o
72bo$2bo5bo53b2o$3b2ob2o6bobo45b2o$4bobo8b2o$5bo9bo85bo29bo29b
o$5bo34bo2bo26bo2bo25bo3bo25bo3bo25bo3bo$26b4o14bo29bo10b5o14b
o10b5o14bo10b5o14bo$25bo3bo10bo3bo25bo3bo9bo4bo9bo4bo9bo4bo9b
o4bo9bo4bo9bo4bo$2b2o25bo11b4o26b4o14bo10b5o14bo10b5o14bo10b5o
$3bo21bo2bo55bo3bo25bo3bo25bo3bo$3o5bo8bo2bo65bo29bo29bo$o6bo
bo10bo$5b2o3bo5b2o3bo2bo51bo14bo$5b2o3bo4bobob2o3b4o47bobo7b2o
3bobo64b2o$5b2o3bo14b4o47bo7b3o4bo66b2o6b2o$2b2o3bobo5b2o8bo2b
o5b2o49b2o70bo7b2o$bobo4bo16b4o5b2o131bo$bo22b4o$2o22bo$52b2o
5b2o22b2o$52b2o5b2o13bo7b3o4bo60bo$73bobo7b2o3bobo59b2o22bo$55b
2o17bo14bo59bobo21b2o$55b2o116bobo$137b2o$136bobo47b2o$46bo3b
o75b2o7bo6b2o4bo37bobo$32b2o10bo2bob3o74b2o7bo2bo2bo2bo2bobo26b
o4b2o6bo7b2o$32b2o13bobobo83bo6b3obob2o25bobo2bo2bo2bo2bo7b2o
$45bo90bobo6b2ob2o10b2ob2o10b2obob3o6bo$28b2o5b2o7b2o91b2o7bo
b2o10b2ob2o10b2ob2o6bobo$28b2o5b2o8bobo3bo95bobo25b2obo7b2o$45b
obo100bo26bobo$176bo4$33b2obo$33bob2o!
EDIT: alrighty, never mind what I said below. I'm working on something where queen bees have been popping up surprisingly frequently, and that block hasn't been entirely useless.
As for that "shuttle eater": 'trivial' isn't the word I'd use to describe it... maybe 'useless', but I don't think even that captures the feeling (although I don't suppose I should be complaining, since it's about on par with most of my posts in the Useless Discoveries thread so far).
Let me put it this way: Can you think of a single situation where using the "eater" would be a better alternative than (a) destroying the queen bee with a glider, or (b) just not having a queen bee there in the first place?


Also: It's not a shuttle eater, it's a queen bee eater. The queen bee shuttle is called so because the queen bee is shuttled back and forth between the blocks.
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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by gmc_nxtman » August 15th, 2015, 11:25 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:I like it, but i would rather need a multitude of snarks and/or pipsquirters to reflect these into a single line... maybe even impossible!
If you still want it, here you go, it doesn't rely on the mechanism you describe though:

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x = 70, y = 51, rule = B3/S23
50bo$50b3o$53bo$52bobo$52bobo$53bo5$68b2o$68b2o3$54bobo$48b2o5b2o$47bo
bo5bo$47bo$8b2o36b2o7b2o$5b2o2bo45b2o$3b3ob2o$2bo60b2obo$3b3ob2o54b2ob
3o$5bob2o60bo$63b2ob3o$62bo2b2o$61bobo$43bo16bobob2obo$43b3o15bo2bob2o
$2o44bo17bo$bo22b2o19b2o16b2o$bobo20bo16b2o17bobo2b2o$2b2o18bobo16bo
18b2o2bo2bo$22b2o19bo21b2o$42b2o6$39b2o$39b2o17b2o$58b2o3$10b2o47b2o$
6b2o2b2o47bo$5bobo38b2o12b3o$5bo41bo14bo$4b2o38b3o$44bo!
#C [[ GRID LOOP 350 AUTOSTART T 84 PAUSE 1 "G-to-H" T 196 PAUSE 1 "H-to-H" T 305 PAUSE 1 "H-to-G0" ]]
It's fairly simple to create one of these, just look at the conduit collection, and find the appropriate G-to-H, H-to-H, and H-to-G0. It's really simple, and I think you'll find it really helpful. Also, are you going to respond to my loafer gun challenge? If not, why not?

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by Gustavo6046 » September 16th, 2015, 12:10 pm

Very good!
Now in the meanwhile I done a simple pseudo-period 15 boat factory:

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#N p15 Boat Factory
#O Gustavo Ramos "Smartnerd" Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O 16/09/2015, 13:08 GMT-03:00
#C A pentadecathlon and two
#C twin bee shuttles work
#C together to create a boat.
x = 64, y = 26, rule = B3/S23
31bo$31bo2$31bo$30bobo2$30b3o3$30b3o2$30bobo$31bo$36bo5bo$21bo5bo3bo4b
o5bo11b2obo$6bob2o11bo5bo3bo17b3o2b2o2bo3b2o$2o3bo2b2o2b3o17b2o11b2o3b
2o6bo3b2o$2o3bo6b2o3b2o11b2o19b3o3b2o$5b2o3b3o23bo5bo9bo3bo$7bo3bo9bo
5bo8bo5bo$21bo5bo24bo3bo$7bo3bo39b3o3b2o$5b2o3b3o22b2o13b2o6bo3b2o$2o
3bo6b2o13b2o6b2o12b3o2b2o2bo3b2o$2o3bo2b2o2b3o12b2o25b2obo$6bob2o!
Who have period 15 gun?
*yawn* What a nothing-to-do day! Let's be the only person in the world to do CGOL during boring times. :)

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by dvgrn » September 16th, 2015, 12:38 pm

Gustavo6046 wrote:Who have period 15 gun?
Before you get carried away aiming p15 guns at things, try running the pattern you posted. A boat might be created by that pattern every 15*46 = 690 generations, certainly not every 15 ticks -- but only if those boat-building sparks could actually reach those locations, which they can't.

Even if you kept just the two p46 shuttles, they would build a toad (6 bits) when they interacted, instead of the two domino sparks (4 bits) that you appear to want. On the next cycle, the toad would destroy both shuttles.

With the pentadecathlon in there as well, there's no hope at all. The shuttles will hit the pentadecathlon every 46 ticks no matter what you might do to clean up the boat.

But why do you want an inaccessible boat in the middle of three mismatched-period oscillators, anyway? If you just want to construct a boat, you can do it easily by crashing two gliders together, or any number of other easier ways.

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Re: Gustavo Ramos Rehermann's patterns

Post by Gustavo6046 » September 16th, 2015, 12:51 pm

Reason.
But I found a p46 oscillator with the toad constructor and vacuum!

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#N Daweego
#O Gustavo Ramos "Smartnerd" Rehermann
#O gugurehermann@gmail.com
#O September 16 2015, 13:52 GMT-03:00
#C Two words.
#C Twin bee Shuttles.
#C So cool oscillator!
x = 76, y = 73, rule = B3/S23
b2o23b2o$b2o23bo$24bobo$6bo3b2o12b2o$2o2b2obob3o$2o2bo4b3o$4bo3bo$5b3o
$44b2o$5b3o36b2o$4bo3bo$2o2bo4b3o25b2o$2o2b2obob3o25bobo5b2o$6bo3b2o
25bob2o4b2o$21b2o15b2o$b2o35bo$b2o20bo$23bobo12bo$20bo17b2o$20bo5bo10b
ob2o4b2o$20bo5bo10bobo5b2o$22bo3bo10b2o$22bo$22bo2bo18b2o$22b3o19b2o4$
32bo$28b2o2bo$27bo5bo13b2o$26b2o2bobo14b2o$27b2o3bo$28b3o$41b2o3b2o$
28b3o9bo2bobo2bo$27b2o3bo6bo9bo$26b2o2bobo5b2o9b2o$27bo5bo5bo9bo$16b2o
10b2o2bo7bo2bobo2bo$15bobo14bo8b2o3b2o$15bo$14b2o2$28bo5bo$26bobo3bobo
$27b2o4b2o4$39b2o$39bobo$41bo$41b2o2$39bo$40bo$38b3o2$67bo$20bo41bo3bo
$21bo3bo35bo8b2o2b2o$12b2o2b2o8bo16b3o15bo2b2o5bo2b2o$12b2o2bo5b2o2bo
15b3o17b2o5bobo$16bobo5b2o37b3o3b2o$17b2o3b3o$63b3o3b2o$17b2o3b3o37b2o
5bobo$16bobo5b2o21b2o12bo2b2o5bo$12b2o2bo5b2o2bo12b2o6b2o12bo8b2o$12b
2o2b2o8bo12b2o21bo3bo$21bo3bo41bo$20bo!
*yawn* What a nothing-to-do day! Let's be the only person in the world to do CGOL during boring times. :)

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