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x = 11, y = 12, rule = B3/S23
8bobo$7bob2o$5b3o$4bo4b2o$2b3o2b2obo$2ob2o3bo$2ob2o3bo$2b3o2b2obo$4bo
4b2o$5b3o$7bob2o$8bobo!
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x = 11, y = 12, rule = B3/S23
8bobo$7bob2o$5b3o$4bo4b2o$2b3o2b2obo$2ob2o3bo$2ob2o3bo$2b3o2b2obo$4bo
4b2o$5b3o$7bob2o$8bobo!
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o3b2ob2obo3b2o2b2o$bo3b2obob3o3bo2bo$2bo2b3o5b3ob4o$3o3bo2bo2b3o3b3o$
4bo4bobo4bo$2o2b2o2b4obo2bo3bo$2ob4o3bo2bo2bo2bo$b2o3bobob2o$3bobobo5b
obobobo$3bobobob2o3bo2bobo!
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x = 6, y = 6, rule = Life
4bo$2obo$2ob3o2$2ob2o$2ob2o!
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x = 7, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
bo3bo$2bobo$3ob3o2$3ob2o$2bob2o$bo!
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o3b2ob2obo3b2o2b2o$bo3b2obob3o3bo2bo$2bo2b3o5b3ob4o$3o3bo2bo2b3o3b3o$
4bo4bobo4bo$2o2b2o2b4obo2bo3bo$2ob4o3bo2bo2bo2bo$b2o3bobob2o$3bobobo5b
obobobo$3bobobob2o3bo2bobo!
Apparently this has been found before, and it's the standard way to build 15.76 -- add one more glider to clean up the pre-pond.Bullet51 wrote:Component from non-standard soup search: [1-glider scorpion to 15.76 conversion]
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x = 19, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
6b2o$2b2obo2bo$bo3b2o$o8b3o$bo3b5o3bo3b2o$3bobo4bo2bob2o$b3o3bo9bo$b3o
3bo2bo$8bo$9bo$7bo2bo$7bo$7bobo$8bo!
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o3b2ob2obo3b2o2b2o$bo3b2obob3o3bo2bo$2bo2b3o5b3ob4o$3o3bo2bo2b3o3b3o$
4bo4bobo4bo$2o2b2o2b4obo2bo3bo$2ob4o3bo2bo2bo2bo$b2o3bobob2o$3bobobo5b
obobobo$3bobobob2o3bo2bobo!
First, if you advance both of these 3 generations, they arrive at exactly the same point, so the same junk IS in the same place in both of them. Second, these aren't really "collisions" as such, because the gliders could never get to the positions shown, as they would have interacted with the blocks 3 generations earlier (not to mention the fact that the 3 blocks aren't stable together). On the other hand, if you really want to construct this object, you could do so by starting with a a similar object with a boat in place of the glider, and then turn the boat into a glider:Saka wrote:Take a look at these two collisions:Code: Select all
x = 6, y = 6, rule = Life 4bo$2obo$2ob3o2$2ob2o$2ob2o!
They both have the same junk, but in different places (?)Code: Select all
x = 7, y = 7, rule = B3/S23 bo3bo$2bobo$3ob3o2$3ob2o$2bob2o$bo!
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x = 95, y = 12, rule = B3/S23
59bo$57boo$58boo$93bo$5bo5bo82bo$6bo3bo19bo19bo4boo33bo3bo$4b3o3b3o13b
oobobo14boobobobboo30boobo$3o23booboo15booboo5bo29boob3o$bbo$bo4bo3bo
15booboo15booboo35booboo$6booboo15booboo15booboo35booboo$5bobobobo!
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x = 8, y = 8, rule = B3/S23
b2o2b2o$ob2o$o$o4b3o$b2ob2obo$o2bob2o$obobo2bo$2obob2o!
You mean the one that's occurred 75414 times already?Bullet51 wrote:It's hard to believe the still life xs14_32qj4ko isn't on Catagolue.
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x = 214, y = 130, rule = B3/S23
123bo$122bo$122b3o16$162bo$162bobo$162b2o$203b3o$161bo12bo$162bo3bo7bo
bo24bo5bo$160b3ob2o8b2o2b2o16b2o3bo5bo$165b2o11bobo14bobo3bo5bo$178bo
16b2o$203b3o$71bo40bo$71bobo39b2o$71b2o39b2o80b3o$108b2o34b2o28b2o28b
2o$30bo52bo25b2o6bo27bo29bo16bo5bo6bo$31bo43bo7bobo22bo8b2o23bo20b3o6b
o19bo5bo3bo$29b3o41b2o8b2o31bobo23b2o21bo6b2o18bo5bo3b2o$74b2o88bo$
194b3o$165b3o$165bo$131bo20b2o12bo15b2o28b2o$131bobo6bo11b2o28b2o28b2o
$131b2o6bo10b2o28b2o28b2o$139b3o8b2o28b2o28b2o$135b3o$92bo42bo$92bobo
41bo$92b2o74bo$168bobo$168b2o10$54bo$55b2o$54b2o$50b2o$51b2o6bo$50bo8b
2o$58bobo5$73bo$73bobo6bo$73b2o6bo$81b3o$77b3o$77bo9b2o$78bo8bobo$87bo
40b3o2$126bo5bo$121b2o3bo5bo$120bobo3bo5bo$120b2o43b2o18b2o15bo5b2o$
128b3o35bo19bo16bo5bo$32b3o131bob2o16bob2o13bo5bob2o$34bo130b2o2bo15b
2o2bo9bo3bo4b2o2bo$33bo85b3o40bo4b2o13bo4b2o11b3o2bo4b2o$129b2o31b5o
15b5o18b5o$74b3o40bo5bo6bo29b2o4bo13b2o4bo16b2o4bo$74bo42bo5bo3bo33bo
2b2o15bo2b2o18bo2b2o$75bo41bo5bo3b2o9bo22bobo17bobo20bobo$137bo18bo2bo
bobo12bo2bobobo15bo2bobobo$119b3o15b3o16b4ob2o13b4ob2o16b4ob2o$44b3o
113bo19bo22bo$46bo111bobo17bobo20bobo$45bo91b2o19b2o18b2o21b2o$137b2o$
131b2o2b2o$130bobo2b2o36b2o18b2o$132bo39bobo17bobo$172b2o18b2o$195b2o$
195bobo$195bo17$120b3o$120bo$121bo$b2o$obo$2bo3$87b3o$89bo$88bo!
That's quite confusing. For example, the page http://catagolue.appspot.com/object?apg ... rule=b3s23 says that there are no sample soups, but the page http://catagolue.appspot.com/census/b3s23/C1/xs15 shows that xs15_0gbb8oz343 occured 38824 times already.calcyman wrote:You mean the one that's occurred 75414 times already?Bullet51 wrote:It's hard to believe the still life xs14_32qj4ko isn't on Catagolue.
http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xs14_32qj4ko/b3s23/
There is also a non-standard way to build 15.76.dvgrn wrote:Apparently this has been found before, and it's the standard way to build 15.76 -- add one more glider to clean up the pre-pond.Bullet51 wrote:Component from non-standard soup search: [1-glider scorpion to 15.76 conversion]
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x = 26, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
23b2o$5bo16bo2bo$6bo15bob2o$4b3o14b2o$21bo2b2o$7b2o13b2obo$7bobo$7bo4$
6b2o$7b2o$6bo$bo$b2o$obo!
Oops, I forgot to check that nice new table -- how silly of me.BobShemyakin wrote:There is also a non-standard way to build 15.76...dvgrn wrote:Apparently this has been found before, and it's the standard way to build 15.76 -- add one more glider to clean up the pre-pond.
Why are people putting a plus before the ampersand? Without it, it works fine:gmc_nxtman wrote:http://catagolue.appspot.com/object?apg ... rule=b3s23
http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xs1 ... z343/b3s23
Strange...
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x = 145, y = 132, rule = LifeHistory
45B2A23BA20BA13BA39B$44BA2BA32BA9BABA52B$37BA7B2A32BABA8BABA52B$37BA
42B2A9BA53B$8B2A27BA15B3A88B$8B2A112BA19B$33B3A3B3A79BABA17B$120BA2BA
16B$37BA14B2A58B2A7B2A19B$19BA5BA11BA14B2A57BA2BA30B$19BA5BA11BA32B2A
40B2A31B$19BA5BA44B2A73B$137B2A6B$22B2A62BA50B2A6B$A14B2A5B2A61BABA
57B$A14B2A69B2A57B$63B2A80B$15B2A46B2A80B$3B2A9BA2BA41B2A84B$2BA2BA9B
2A41BA2BA83B$3B2A27B2A25B2A10B40F34B$32B2A37BF38.F34B$71BF9.BA4B23.F
34B$A18BA51BF2.B4.3B2A5B21.F34B$A17BABA2B2A46BF.2AB.2A4B2A6B2.B.3B2AB
9.F34B$18BABA2B2A46BF.2A2B2A4B3A11B3A3B4.B2.F34B$19BA51BF2.3B2A4B2A4B
.4BAB2A7B.B2A.F34B$71B2F.8B2A10BA2BA4BA5BA.F34B$71B2F3.B4.BA11BAB2A5B
A4B2.F34B$71BF.2F3.2F6.A10B3A3BA3BA.2F21B2A11B$71BF3.3F2.3F2.BABA3B3.
3B2AB4.A3.2F21B2A11B$71BF9.F2.2B2A5.F8.2F3.2F.F34B$71BF8.F2.4B2.4F.8F
2.3F3.F34B$71BF7.F2.4B2.F21.F34B$57B2A12BF6.F2.4B2.F22.F34B$57B2A12BF
5.F2.4B2.F23.F34B$71BF4.F2.A3B2.F24.F34B$70B.F3.F2.A3B2.F25.F15B3A16B
$70BF3.F2.B3A2.F26.F34B$69BF3.F2.4B2.F27.F34B$68BF3.F.5B2.F28.F31B2AB
$66B.F3.F.5B2.F3.27F30BA2BA$25B2A39BF3.F.5B2.F3.F.56BABAB$25B2A38BF3.
F.5B2.F3.F47B2A10BA2B$64BF3.F.BA3B2.F3.F.47B2A13B$63BF3.F3BABAB.F3.F
2B2A24BA35B$62BF3.F4B2AB.F3.F3B2A23BABA34B$61BF3.F7B.F3.F30B2A34B$23B
2A35BF3.F7B.F3.F67B$23B2A34BF3.F7B.F3.F68B$58BF3.F7B.F3.F2B2A47B2A3B
2A4B2A5B$58BF2.F2BA5BF3.F2BABA47B2A3B2A4B2A5B$58BF.F2BA5BF3.F3B2A39BA
26B$58B2F3B3A2BF3.F44BABA25B$22B2A34BF8B5F46BA26B$21BA2BA30B2A4BA83B$
22B2A32BA3B3A4B2A76B$53BA6BAB2ABA4B2A73B$53B2A5BA8B3A73B$20BA39BA7B2A
16BA7B3A48B$20BA39BA3B2A20BA58B$20BA41BA2B3A18BA58B$49B3A8BA5BABA76B$
22B3A34BA4B2A2BA76B$56BA3BA2BA3B2A4BA71B$59BA3BA8BABA70B$59BA5B2A5BAB
A35B2A33B$59BA13BA36B2A20B3A10B$51B3AB2A2BA67BA17B$51B2A3BAB2A8B3A56B
A17B$33BA16BAB3ABA11BABA38BA17BA17B$32BABA16B2A2BA11BA2BA37BABA24BA9B
$33B2A17B3A11B2A40BABA12B3A4B2A2BABA6BAB$3B2A48BA12BA42BA20B2A2BABA5B
ABA$3B2A57BA72BA7BAB$62BA82B$22B3A37BA7B2A73B$70B2A50BA18B3AB$121BABA
21B$117BA3BABA21B$116BABA3BA22B$111B2A2BA2BA26B$19B2A90B2A3B2A27B$19B
2A15BA108B$35BABA107B$35BABA107B$36BA33B2A20BA47B2A3B$70B2A19BABA46B
2A3B$77B2A12BABA51B$22BA53BA2BA12BA52B$21BABA16B2A35B2A66B$21BABA5B2A
9B2A45B2A7B2A19B2A26B$22BA6B2A55BA2BA5BA2BA18B2A26B$35BA51B2A7B2A47B$
7B2A26BA70B2A37B$6BA2BA25BA56BA13BA38B$7B2A49B2A31BABA13BA37B$58B2A
31BABA12B2A37B$12B2A78BA52B$12B2A131B$57B2A50B3A5B2A26B$57B2A58B2A26B
$107BA5BA10B2A19B$87BA19BA5BA10B2A19B$4B3A4BA25B2A47BABA18BA5BA31B$
10BABA19B2A3B2A48BA9BA44B3A$10BA2BA17BA2BA35B2A24BABA10B3A33B$11B2A
19B2A35BA2BA22BA2BA20BA20BA4B$70B2A24B2A20BABA19BA4B$86BA31BABA19BA4B
$19BA13B2A42B2A7BA32BA25B$18BABA12B2A42B2A7BA58B$18BABA35B2A87B$19BA
36B2A24B3A3B3A54B$4B2A33B2A104B$4B2A8B2A7B2A14B2A20BA24BA58B$2A11BA2B
A5BA2BA34BABA23BA58B$2A12B2A7B2A7BA26BA2BA23BA47B2A9B$32BA27B2A72B2A
7B2A$19BA12BA14B2A96B$18BABA25BA2BA44BA26B2A22B$18BABA7B3A3B3A9BABA
44BABA25B2A22B$19BA27BA6BA38BABA49B$32BA20BABA38BA50B$32BA20BABA6B2A
81B$32BA21BA7B2A25B2A7B2A45B$5BA82BA2BA5BA2BA44B$4BABA38B2A42B2A7B2A
45B$3BA2BA38B2A98B$4B2A88BA50B$55BA5B3A7B2A20BABA49B$54BABA13BA2BA19B
ABA10BA38B!
This leads to this 5-glider synthesis, which is better than the previous 7-glider one (unless Bob Shemyakin has found a smaller one; I haven't yet had time to assimmilate all his syntheses):Billabob wrote:While messing around with LifeHistory, I stumbled upon this still life: ... I have no clue how this will be used except for synthesis.
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x = 29, y = 11
7boo6bo$3bo3bobo4bo$4boobo6b3o$3boo18boo$22bobboboo$22boobobo$12bo10bo
bobo$11boo10bobbo$boo8bobo10boo$obo$bbo!
The viewer knows about totalistic rules (like B3/S23) but not rule table ones, as these require access to rule files on your computer, which aren't on the web site (and even if some of them were pre-installed there, it would also involve quite complicated parsing, not to mention interpretation).Billabob wrote:The pattern does not work in the viewer.
What is the preferred method to access the database? Via the script, or directly, i.e. /object?apgcode=<code>&rule=<rule> or /object/<code>/<rule> ? I've added code into the search page of my web site (in the next version) to provide direct links from searched objects to their corresponding Cataglue pages, but I can change the syntax to use the script method if that is preferable.calcyman wrote:Why are people putting a plus before the ampersand? Without it, it works fine:
The viewer will collapse LifeHistory patterns to two-state executable patterns. It can also display the initial generation of the LifeHistory pattern with the states coloured but can't execute it in that format. To do this add a comment to the pattern with [[ VIEWONLY ]] in it:mniemiec wrote:The viewer knows about totalistic rules (like B3/S23) but not rule table ones, as these require access to rule files on your computer, which aren't on the web site (and even if some of them were pre-installed there, it would also involve quite complicated parsing, not to mention interpretation).Billabob wrote:The pattern does not work in the viewer.
Using LifeHistory in this way provides nice coloration to make the glider gun visible, but it makes cutting and pasting difficult, since when converting to QuickLife, Golly converts both white living cells and blue dead cells to living.
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#C [[ VIEWONLY ]]
x = 145, y = 132, rule = LifeHistory
45B2A23BA20BA13BA39B$44BA2BA32BA9BABA52B$37BA7B2A32BABA8BABA52B$37BA
42B2A9BA53B$8B2A27BA15B3A88B$8B2A112BA19B$33B3A3B3A79BABA17B$120BA2BA
16B$37BA14B2A58B2A7B2A19B$19BA5BA11BA14B2A57BA2BA30B$19BA5BA11BA32B2A
40B2A31B$19BA5BA44B2A73B$137B2A6B$22B2A62BA50B2A6B$A14B2A5B2A61BABA
57B$A14B2A69B2A57B$63B2A80B$15B2A46B2A80B$3B2A9BA2BA41B2A84B$2BA2BA9B
2A41BA2BA83B$3B2A27B2A25B2A10B40F34B$32B2A37BF38.F34B$71BF9.BA4B23.F
34B$A18BA51BF2.B4.3B2A5B21.F34B$A17BABA2B2A46BF.2AB.2A4B2A6B2.B.3B2AB
9.F34B$18BABA2B2A46BF.2A2B2A4B3A11B3A3B4.B2.F34B$19BA51BF2.3B2A4B2A4B
.4BAB2A7B.B2A.F34B$71B2F.8B2A10BA2BA4BA5BA.F34B$71B2F3.B4.BA11BAB2A5B
A4B2.F34B$71BF.2F3.2F6.A10B3A3BA3BA.2F21B2A11B$71BF3.3F2.3F2.BABA3B3.
3B2AB4.A3.2F21B2A11B$71BF9.F2.2B2A5.F8.2F3.2F.F34B$71BF8.F2.4B2.4F.8F
2.3F3.F34B$71BF7.F2.4B2.F21.F34B$57B2A12BF6.F2.4B2.F22.F34B$57B2A12BF
5.F2.4B2.F23.F34B$71BF4.F2.A3B2.F24.F34B$70B.F3.F2.A3B2.F25.F15B3A16B
$70BF3.F2.B3A2.F26.F34B$69BF3.F2.4B2.F27.F34B$68BF3.F.5B2.F28.F31B2AB
$66B.F3.F.5B2.F3.27F30BA2BA$25B2A39BF3.F.5B2.F3.F.56BABAB$25B2A38BF3.
F.5B2.F3.F47B2A10BA2B$64BF3.F.BA3B2.F3.F.47B2A13B$63BF3.F3BABAB.F3.F
2B2A24BA35B$62BF3.F4B2AB.F3.F3B2A23BABA34B$61BF3.F7B.F3.F30B2A34B$23B
2A35BF3.F7B.F3.F67B$23B2A34BF3.F7B.F3.F68B$58BF3.F7B.F3.F2B2A47B2A3B
2A4B2A5B$58BF2.F2BA5BF3.F2BABA47B2A3B2A4B2A5B$58BF.F2BA5BF3.F3B2A39BA
26B$58B2F3B3A2BF3.F44BABA25B$22B2A34BF8B5F46BA26B$21BA2BA30B2A4BA83B$
22B2A32BA3B3A4B2A76B$53BA6BAB2ABA4B2A73B$53B2A5BA8B3A73B$20BA39BA7B2A
16BA7B3A48B$20BA39BA3B2A20BA58B$20BA41BA2B3A18BA58B$49B3A8BA5BABA76B$
22B3A34BA4B2A2BA76B$56BA3BA2BA3B2A4BA71B$59BA3BA8BABA70B$59BA5B2A5BAB
A35B2A33B$59BA13BA36B2A20B3A10B$51B3AB2A2BA67BA17B$51B2A3BAB2A8B3A56B
A17B$33BA16BAB3ABA11BABA38BA17BA17B$32BABA16B2A2BA11BA2BA37BABA24BA9B
$33B2A17B3A11B2A40BABA12B3A4B2A2BABA6BAB$3B2A48BA12BA42BA20B2A2BABA5B
ABA$3B2A57BA72BA7BAB$62BA82B$22B3A37BA7B2A73B$70B2A50BA18B3AB$121BABA
21B$117BA3BABA21B$116BABA3BA22B$111B2A2BA2BA26B$19B2A90B2A3B2A27B$19B
2A15BA108B$35BABA107B$35BABA107B$36BA33B2A20BA47B2A3B$70B2A19BABA46B
2A3B$77B2A12BABA51B$22BA53BA2BA12BA52B$21BABA16B2A35B2A66B$21BABA5B2A
9B2A45B2A7B2A19B2A26B$22BA6B2A55BA2BA5BA2BA18B2A26B$35BA51B2A7B2A47B$
7B2A26BA70B2A37B$6BA2BA25BA56BA13BA38B$7B2A49B2A31BABA13BA37B$58B2A
31BABA12B2A37B$12B2A78BA52B$12B2A131B$57B2A50B3A5B2A26B$57B2A58B2A26B
$107BA5BA10B2A19B$87BA19BA5BA10B2A19B$4B3A4BA25B2A47BABA18BA5BA31B$
10BABA19B2A3B2A48BA9BA44B3A$10BA2BA17BA2BA35B2A24BABA10B3A33B$11B2A
19B2A35BA2BA22BA2BA20BA20BA4B$70B2A24B2A20BABA19BA4B$86BA31BABA19BA4B
$19BA13B2A42B2A7BA32BA25B$18BABA12B2A42B2A7BA58B$18BABA35B2A87B$19BA
36B2A24B3A3B3A54B$4B2A33B2A104B$4B2A8B2A7B2A14B2A20BA24BA58B$2A11BA2B
A5BA2BA34BABA23BA58B$2A12B2A7B2A7BA26BA2BA23BA47B2A9B$32BA27B2A72B2A
7B2A$19BA12BA14B2A96B$18BABA25BA2BA44BA26B2A22B$18BABA7B3A3B3A9BABA
44BABA25B2A22B$19BA27BA6BA38BABA49B$32BA20BABA38BA50B$32BA20BABA6B2A
81B$32BA21BA7B2A25B2A7B2A45B$5BA82BA2BA5BA2BA44B$4BABA38B2A42B2A7B2A
45B$3BA2BA38B2A98B$4B2A88BA50B$55BA5B3A7B2A20BABA49B$54BABA13BA2BA19B
ABA10BA38B!
This synthesis method was known before, although I think it's buried deep in the soup search topic. Bob's collection of 5-glider syntheses (found here) contains an alternate solution:mniemiec wrote:This leads to this 5-glider synthesis, which is better than the previous 7-glider one (unless Bob Shemyakin has found a smaller one)
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x = 34, y = 15, rule = B3/S23
2bo15bo$obo13b2o$b2o14b2o5$28b2o$10bobo14bo2bob2o$11b2o14b2obobo$11bo
16bobobo$4bo23bo2bo$4b2o6b3o14b2o$3bobo8bo$13bo!
This was mentioned in an earlier post in this thread:M. I. Wright wrote:And apparently a table-on-table can stabilize two queen bee shuttles:Code: Select all
x = 20, y = 17, rule = B3/S23 8b2o$8bo2bo$12bo$12bo$12bo$8bo2bo$o2bo4b2o6bo2bo$4o12b4o2$4o12b4o$o2bo 4b2o6bo2bo$8bo2bo$12bo$12bo$12bo$8bo2bo$8b2o!
EDIT: Fixed a typo.Kazyan (08 Apr 2015, 20:17) wrote:Odd stabilization for a pair of queen bees.
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x = 17, y = 20, rule = B3/S23 6b2ob2o$7bobo$7bobo$6b2ob2o8$2o3b2o3b2o3b2o$2b3o7b3o$bo3bo5bo3bo$2bobo 7bobo$3bo9bo$6b2ob2o$7bobo$7bobo$6b2ob2o!
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x = 14, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
bo$2o$b2o4$12bo$11b2o$11bobo!
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x = 17, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
bo$2o$b2o12$15bo$14b2o$14bobo!
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x = 6, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
b2o$o2bo$bo2bo$2bo2bo$3b2o!
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o3b2ob2obo3b2o2b2o$bo3b2obob3o3bo2bo$2bo2b3o5b3ob4o$3o3bo2bo2b3o3b3o$
4bo4bobo4bo$2o2b2o2b4obo2bo3bo$2ob4o3bo2bo2bo2bo$b2o3bobob2o$3bobobo5b
obobobo$3bobobob2o3bo2bobo!
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x = 19, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
4o$o3bo$o7b2o$bo2bo2b4obo3b2o$6b2o5bobo2bo$6bo4bo3bo2bo$8bobo5b2o2$2b
2o$b2ob5o$2b7o$3b5o2$3b2o$2b4o$b2ob2o$2b2o!
That predecessor is one of the most common ways of making a paperclip.Saka wrote:I never knewCode: Select all
x = 6, y = 5, rule = B3/S23 b2o$o2bo$bo2bo$2bo2bo$3b2o!
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x = 32, y = 50, rule = B3/S23
7$16bo$14b3o$13bo$13b2o7$3b2o$3bo2bo$4b3o5b2o$11b2o$4b3o5b2o$3bo2bo$3b
2o7$13b2o$13bo$14b3o$16bo!
Nice! I discovered that bookends first catalyst a while back, but never thought it could be used for anything.The Turtle wrote:Pi eater with a strange reaction:Code: Select all
x = 32, y = 50, rule = B3/S23 7$16bo$14b3o$13bo$13b2o7$3b2o$3bo2bo$4b3o5b2o$11b2o$4b3o5b2o$3bo2bo$3b 2o7$13b2o$13bo$14b3o$16bo!
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x = 8, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
6bo$7bo$4b2o$2bo2bo$bob2o$bo$2o!
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x = 11, y = 11, rule = B3/S23
2bo3b2o$2b2o3bo$2o5bob2o$bo2b2obo2bo$3bobob2o$3b2o$o$5o$4bo$2bo$2b2o!