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```
x = 14, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
7bo$7bo$7bo3$b2o7bo$o2bo5bobo$b2o5bo2bo$8b3o2$2bo$bobo7b3o$2b2o!
```

The newest cuphook variant is formed in a synthesis-friendly way:

Replace the boat with a beehive to make it clean.

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```
x = 14, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
7bo$7bo$7bo3$b2o7bo$o2bo5bobo$b2o5bo2bo$8b3o2$2bo$bobo7b3o$2b2o!
```

Tanner Jacobi

Coldlander, a novel, available in paperback and as an ebook.

Coldlander, a novel, available in paperback and as an ebook.

Apparently this happened four days ago, but I've been too immersed in other things lately to have noticed it:

That is to say, two new p8 oscillators have appeared in the last couple of weeks.

The fun stuff is starting to appear now that we're churning through 10^12 objects per week. There are currently 30k distinct objects, and the power-law appears to be approximately:

**"Searching 5 times as many soups yields twice as many distinct objects"**

It's true going from Achim's census up to Okrasinski's, and has remained true up to the current status of Catagolue. So I expect around 60k distinct objects once we've reached a total of 50 * 10^12 objects (some time in early 2016, I guess).

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
obob3o3b2obobo$3obo2b2ob2o2bo$3ob2o2b2ob3obo$2bobob4ob3obo$2ob5o2b2o$
2o2bo5b2o2bo$3b2o4b7o$2o2bo2bo2bob4o$bo2b2obo2b2obobo$3o3b5o2bo$b2o2b
2o2bobo3bo$3ob4obo2bob2o$b3ob2o3b2o2b2o$ob2o5bo2b3o$3b4o4bo$2ob2ob2o2b
obo!
```

The fun stuff is starting to appear now that we're churning through 10^12 objects per week. There are currently 30k distinct objects, and the power-law appears to be approximately:

It's true going from Achim's census up to Okrasinski's, and has remained true up to the current status of Catagolue. So I expect around 60k distinct objects once we've reached a total of 50 * 10^12 objects (some time in early 2016, I guess).

What do you do with ill crystallographers? Take them to the *mono*-clinic!

- Extrementhusiast
**Posts:**1833**Joined:**June 16th, 2009, 11:24 pm**Location:**USA

A quite compact seed for an eater 2:
Unfortunately, it ends up in the middle of the reaction envelope. This one is more edge-shot, though (cleanup seed not included):
There was also this:
The upper block can be replaced with a loaf or a pond. Finally, another predecessor, which could probably be turned into a seed:

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```
x = 17, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
8b2o$7bo2bo$7bobo$8bo4$5b2o3bo$5b2ob2o$9b2o$b2o$obo12bo$bo12bobo$7b2o
5bobo$6bo2bo5bo$6bo2bo$7b2o!
```

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```
x = 22, y = 27, rule = B3/S23
11b2o$10bo2bo$11b2o7$10bo$5b2ob2o$5b2o2b2o8$19b3o3$bo$obo$b2o2$5b3o!
```

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```
x = 20, y = 20, rule = B3/S23
2b3obobo$6b2o$7bo2$2o$2o7$17b2o$16bo2bo$16bo2bo$17b2o$11b3o2$16b2o$16b
2o!
```

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```
x = 7, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
2b3o4$b2o$b2o2b2o$5b2o$bo$obo$o2bo$2b2o$3b3o$4b2o!
```

I Like My Heisenburps! (and others)

The second to last 13-cell SL, the python-tie-carrier, has appeared:
Only the Snake To End All Snakes remains.

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
oobbbbbooooobboo$
obooboooobooooob$
ooooobobobobbbob$
bboboboobobbobob$
obobobbbbbobbooo$
oobobbobooobbobb$
obbobbbooobobooo$
bbbbobbbbooooobb$
ooobboobbooooboo$
boooobboboooobob$
booobbbbbbbboboo$
oooobbobobooboob$
obobbbobooobooob$
obbbboooobobooob$
bobbbboobbbboobb$
oobobbobbboobooo!
```

Not surprisingly, I has been right http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2 ... 81qo/b3s23codeholic wrote:If you're talking about asymmetric soups, then I would bet it's going to be period 24, namely a figure eight on pulsar.dvgrn wrote: So what's the next likely new period for Catagolue? Any bets on whether it will be an unknown oscillator next time?

Ivan Fomichev

Good stuff in the last two hours. I'd actually call the new 13-bitter a "python bridge snake" from the precedent set by this 12-bitter. As for the last holdout, here's the progression of snakes as of the /textcensus I just opened:

"xs6_bd","186617512"

"xs7_3lo","7903060"

"xs8_31248c","2604680"

"xs9_31248go","99964"

"xs10_wg853z65","2008"

"xs11_xg853zca1","205"

"xs12_358gzy012ko","22"

Exponential regression and extrapolation suggests that the Jormungand (everyone else is giving it their own pet name, so I'll hop on board too) should have shown up around the 7.660 trillion object mark. The current expected value for the number of them in Catagolue is 1.167 or so, so nothing's particularly weird yet.

"xs6_bd","186617512"

"xs7_3lo","7903060"

"xs8_31248c","2604680"

"xs9_31248go","99964"

"xs10_wg853z65","2008"

"xs11_xg853zca1","205"

"xs12_358gzy012ko","22"

Exponential regression and extrapolation suggests that the Jormungand (everyone else is giving it their own pet name, so I'll hop on board too) should have shown up around the 7.660 trillion object mark. The current expected value for the number of them in Catagolue is 1.167 or so, so nothing's particularly weird yet.

Tanner Jacobi

Coldlander, a novel, available in paperback and as an ebook.

Coldlander, a novel, available in paperback and as an ebook.

- The Turtle
**Posts:**102**Joined:**May 6th, 2015, 8:14 pm**Location:**Chicago, Illinois

I'll guess too: maybe period 10 will be next, like a furamole and bipole, or period 12, like a mold and jam.codeholic wrote:Not surprisingly, I has been right http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2 ... 81qo/b3s23codeholic wrote:If you're talking about asymmetric soups, then I would bet it's going to be period 24, namely a figure eight on pulsar.dvgrn wrote: So what's the next likely new period for Catagolue? Any bets on whether it will be an unknown oscillator next time?

Only two things are constant: change and the speed of light.

I bet it's going to be figure 8 on pentadecathlon, i. e. period 120.

Ivan Fomichev

Assuming independence to first order, a compound oscillator will occur with frequency proportional to the product of its constituents. For reference, the frequencies of a few common oscillators normalized to let pulsars have unit frequency:

Pulsar: 1

Pd: 0.01

Figure-8: 0.0004

Mold: 0.0002

Jam: 0.00002

So we have pulsar+pd estimated 40 times more likely than pulsar+figure-8, but even the latter is 100 times more likely than pd+figure-8. Given we only have 4 cases of pulsar+pd, I'd say the statistics aren't on our side to see the pd+figure-8 anytime soon. My estimate is we would need to increase the census by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude.

The compound-oscillator piece missing from this is the candelfrobra, because it needs an inductor. A candelfrobra-on-beacon has occured twice, and a beacon has frequency 10 on the scale above. A candelfrobra-on-mold, a trivial p12 oscillator, could be expected if we increased the census by 4 to 5 orders of magnitude.

We have 20 occurrences of p46 objects, putting them at frequency 0.0000003. To my knowledge, there isn't any interaction possible between a twin-bees shuttle and a pulsar, but there is with a pd. We might uncover a whopping p690 with an additional 7 to 8 orders of magnitude.

I would certainly hope the next period is p7 though. 28p7.2 looks like it should be not too far from possible with a couple more orders of magnitude - though C2_2 symmetry isn't nearly as big of a frequency boost as, say, D2_1 (see all natural still lives with 38 bits or more.. for reference the largest natural C2_2 object in the C1 census is currently 32 bits, and the largest that regularly forms from C2_2 explosions within the soup is 30 bits)

Time will tell!

Pulsar: 1

Pd: 0.01

Figure-8: 0.0004

Mold: 0.0002

Jam: 0.00002

So we have pulsar+pd estimated 40 times more likely than pulsar+figure-8, but even the latter is 100 times more likely than pd+figure-8. Given we only have 4 cases of pulsar+pd, I'd say the statistics aren't on our side to see the pd+figure-8 anytime soon. My estimate is we would need to increase the census by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude.

The compound-oscillator piece missing from this is the candelfrobra, because it needs an inductor. A candelfrobra-on-beacon has occured twice, and a beacon has frequency 10 on the scale above. A candelfrobra-on-mold, a trivial p12 oscillator, could be expected if we increased the census by 4 to 5 orders of magnitude.

We have 20 occurrences of p46 objects, putting them at frequency 0.0000003. To my knowledge, there isn't any interaction possible between a twin-bees shuttle and a pulsar, but there is with a pd. We might uncover a whopping p690 with an additional 7 to 8 orders of magnitude.

I would certainly hope the next period is p7 though. 28p7.2 looks like it should be not too far from possible with a couple more orders of magnitude - though C2_2 symmetry isn't nearly as big of a frequency boost as, say, D2_1 (see all natural still lives with 38 bits or more.. for reference the largest natural C2_2 object in the C1 census is currently 32 bits, and the largest that regularly forms from C2_2 explosions within the soup is 30 bits)

Time will tell!

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

That's probably reasonable, not least because these oscillators tend to appear piecemeal.biggiemac wrote:Assuming independence to first order, a compound oscillator will occur with frequency proportional to the product of its constituents.

I like how the jam is now considered to be a common oscillator!For reference, the frequencies of a few common oscillators normalized to let pulsars have unit frequency:

By which you mean 25?So we have pulsar+pd estimated 40 times more likely than pulsar+figure-8,

Wow. Extrapolation suggests Catagolue should easily cope with growing 2 orders of magnitude larger, but I might have to auto-delete old hauls to economise on storage space (it's using about 4 gigabytes at the moment).My estimate is we would need to increase the census by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude.

That many already? Wow, I can remember back when p46 objects were nowhere to be seen, apart from a report that Achim had found one in a large toroidal soup.We have 20 occurrences of p46 objects

My int64s would overflow at that point...We might uncover a whopping p690 with an additional 7 to 8 orders of magnitude.

I think that Gosper guns would be much more common, since you only need two

Hopefully, and realistically, in the form of a loafer.I would certainly hope the next period is p7 though.

Only if we generate lots more soups. We'll probably reach about 30 * 10^12 objects by the end of 2015, and 100 * 10^12 objects by the end of 2016, unless we can vastly increase engagement (e.g. by making that cryptocurrency built on top of apgsearch).Time will tell!

What do you do with ill crystallographers? Take them to the *mono*-clinic!

- gmc_nxtman
**Posts:**1149**Joined:**May 26th, 2015, 7:20 pm

Here's a fairly simple phoenix synthesis:

I built it by noticing that the glider + block collision to make 2o$2b$ob! sparks can be looped to make oscillators.

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```
x = 14, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
9bo$9bobo$bo7b2o$2bo3b2o$3o3b2o2$3b2o4b2o$3b2o4b2o2$6b2o3b3o$6b2o3bo$
3b2o7bo$2bobo$4bo!
```

I mostly included it because the prior post had mentioned it. I didn't include fumarole as common though.I like how the jam is now considered to be a common oscillator!For reference, the frequencies of a few common oscillators normalized to let pulsars have unit frequency:

Math-after-midnight! My badBy which you mean 25?So we have pulsar+pd estimated 40 times more likely than pulsar+figure-8,

Incomplete but fully synchronized. I'd imagine the yl_120 is more common than GGG by multiple orders of magnitude, but even then the common Herschel path leaves only a few dozen generations in which to fortuitously edge-construct the last two blocks.I think that Gosper guns would be much more common, since you only need twoincompletep30 shuttles (i.e. ones which lack a block). As for Simkin guns, I have no idea what the expected frequency is.

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

- A for awesome
**Posts:**2047**Joined:**September 13th, 2014, 5:36 pm**Location:**0x-1-
**Contact:**

I would suggest that a 2-SE puffer will be the next unusual object to occur. If you look at the statistics, about 5 million stabilized SE's have occurred in about 9 trillion soups, suggesting a frequency of 1 in two million. This means that theoretically, two switch engines have occurred in at least 2 soups already. The chances of them being in the same direction and adjacent to each other is something that I don't know how to estimate, though. I would say that it's likely that one will appear within the next few tens of trillions of soups.

x₁=ηx

V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)

K=(Λu²)/2

Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$

$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$

$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$

$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

http://conwaylife.com/wiki/A_for_all

Aidan F. Pierce

V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)

K=(Λu²)/2

Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$

$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$

$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$

$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

http://conwaylife.com/wiki/A_for_all

Aidan F. Pierce

This was the most optimum Phoenix synthesis for over a decade, until very recently.You should have a look at at my object synthesis web site http://codercontest.com/mniemiec/lifepage.htm. It is about a year or two out of date (as there has been such an explosion of activity recently, and I haven't been able to keep up with it in real time), but it has around 11000 syntheses, most of which are boring, but also many of which can give insights into other syntheses.gmc_nxtman wrote:Here's a fairly simple phoenix synthesis: ...

- gameoflifeboy
**Posts:**474**Joined:**January 15th, 2015, 2:08 am

30-cell still life from 13 gliders:
http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xs3 ... 11dd/b3s23

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```
x = 70, y = 72, rule = B3/S23
67bo$67bobo$67b2o12$7bobo$8b2o$8bo2$39bobo$39b2o6bo$40bo6bobo$47b2o6$
11bo$12bo$10b3o$16bo$17bo$15b3o4$7b3o$9bo2b3o$8bo5bo$13bo3$34bo$33b2o$
33bobo$27b2o$28b2o$27bo6$55b2o$19b3o33bobo$21bo33bo$20bo13$3o$2bo$bo!
```

According to the Statistics page, a new period 384 linear-growth pattern has been found:

Looking at it more carefully, it appears it's a normal glider producing switch engine that gets hit by a glider after its been going for a while, at generation 24263.

The effect propogates inside its active region, but it survives. Just a miscategorization, nothing to see here.

Anyone know what causes this specific sort of miscategorization?

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
bboobbooboobobbb$
booobboboobbbboo$
oooobbbobobbobbb$
bobbbbbboobobooo$
bobbobboboobbobb$
oboboobbbobbobbo$
boboooobooooooob$
obobbobboobobobb$
obboobboboobbbob$
oooboooobobboooo$
booobbobbbbooooo$
bbbobooboboboobb$
bbobbobooobbbobo$
oobbooooooooobbb$
oobooobbbbbobbbb$
bbobbbobobooooob!
```

The effect propogates inside its active region, but it survives. Just a miscategorization, nothing to see here.

Anyone know what causes this specific sort of miscategorization?

In generation 40000 it looks like a normal glider producing switch engine and everything else is stabilized, there are two perturbations produced by gliders but both are temporary.

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```
x = 418, y = 397, rule = B3/S23
2$335b2o$334bobo$336bo62$271b2o$270bobo$272bo62$207b2o$206bobo$208bo
50$229b2o$221bo4bo2bo$220bobo2bob3o2bo$221b4o4bo2bo$229bo2bo$222bo6bo$
227bob2o$209b2o11bo$209b2o12b2o6$147bo$145b2ob2o$148b2o$150bo62bo$149b
o61bobo$149bo61b3o12bo2bo$144bo3bo62bo10b3ob3o$143b2o3bo8b2o64bobob2o$
142bo4b2o8b2o65b3o$146bo2bo43b2o29b2o$146bo2bo26b3o14b2o$147bobo$146bo
27bo5bo$146bo27bo4bobo$145bo2b2o24bo4bobo$145bo2b2o20b2o8bo$146b3obo
19b2o$147b2o51b2o$146bo2bo50bobo$146bo2bo51bo$145bo2bo$146bo2bo40b3o$
146b2ob2o16bobo19bo2bo$147bobo18b2o19bo3bo$148bo19bo19b2obobo$188b2ob
2o$189b3o3$196bo8b2o$194b2o9b2o$196b3o$194b3o$194bo$187b3o3bobo$117b2o
47b2o19b3o2b3o$117b2o47bobo23b2o2b2o$167bo23bo2bob2o$188bo5b3o$125b2o
61bo4bo3bo$125b2o61bo3bo$190bo$144b3o2$106b2o34bo5bo11b2o24b2o$106bobo
33bo4bobo10bobo22bobo$107b2o33bo4bobo11bo24bo$138b2o8bo$138b2o$168b2o$
168bobo$169bo7$136b3o3$173b2o$173b2o3$132bo$132bo$85b2o45bo$85b2o3$93b
2o$93b2o2$112b3o40b2o$154bo2bo$74b2o34bo5bo11b2o24bobo$74bobo33bo4bobo
10bobo24bo$75b2o33bo4bobo11bo$106b2o8bo$106b2o59bo$166bobo$166bobo$
167bo7$104b3o7$100bo$100bo$53b2o45bo$53b2o3$61b2o$61b2o2$80b3o40b2o$
122bo2bo$42b2o34bo5bo11b2o24bobo$42bobo33bo4bobo10bobo24bo$43b2o33bo4b
obo11bo$74b2o8bo$74b2o59bo$134bobo$134bobo$135bo7$72b3o7$68bo$68bo$21b
2o45bo$21b2o3$29b2o$29b2o2$48b3o40b2o$90bo2bo$10b2o34bo5bo11b2o24bobo$
10bobo33bo4bobo10bobo24bo$11b2o33bo4bobo11bo$42b2o8bo$42b2o59bo$102bob
o$102bobo$103bo7$40b3o7$36bo$36bo$36bo7$16b3o40b2o$58bo2bo$14bo5bo11b
2o24bobo$14bo4bobo10bobo24bo$14bo4bobo11bo$10b2o8bo$10b2o59bo$70bobo$
70bobo$71bo7$8b3o7$4bo$4bo$4bo!
```

My thoughts while checking the twitter bot wrote:Huh, that's pretty big for a cuphook variant, especially with the bit connected to the pre-block...wait, then that pre-block bit would turn off in generation 2? How does the rotor...and why does this other cell have four neighbors in generation 0? What in the...never mind, I'll just check the link for answers.

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
bbbbbooooooobooo$
ooboooobobobobob$
bbobboobboobbooo$
obbbbbbbbboboboo$
oobobobbbbooboob$
oooobbbooooobboo$
bbooboboobbbbbob$
boobbobbbbooobbb$
bobbobobbbbooboo$
bbboooobbooboooo$
obbbbobobooooooo$
bbbboooobbbbobbb$
bbooobooboobbooo$
obbbobobobobooob$
obbooobobbbbbobb$
bbbobobbbbobbbbo!
```

Tanner Jacobi

Coldlander, a novel, available in paperback and as an ebook.

Coldlander, a novel, available in paperback and as an ebook.

I think this is the first natural p3 with constant population. Is it also the smallest such p3? I'm not seeing an obvious stator reduction.Kazyan wrote: It's a cuphook variantwith a built-in-stillater. Sweet.

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

- BlinkerSpawn
**Posts:**1964**Joined:**November 8th, 2014, 8:48 pm**Location:**Getting a snacker from R-Bee's

No, there's at least 5 always-29-cell p3s with that rotor, although the 5th is a trivial modification of the 4th.biggiemac wrote: I think this is the first natural p3 with constant population. Is it also the smallest such p3?

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```
x = 11, y = 52, rule = B3/S23
8bo$4b2obobo$2obobobo2bo$o5bob2o$b5o2bo$6bobo$3b2o2bo$3bob2o5$4b2obo$
2obobob3o$o5bo3bo$b5o2bobo$6bob2o$3b2obo$3bob2o4$8b2o$4b2obobo$2obobob
o$o5bobo$b5o2bo$6bob2o$3b2obo$3bob2o5$4b2obo$2obobob3o$o5bo3bo$b5o2b2o
$6bobo$3b3o2bo$3bo4b2o5$4b2obo$2obobob3o$o5bo3bo$b5o2b2o$6bobo$3bobo2b
o$3b2o3b2o!
```

A new queen bee shuttle variant has appeared:

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
obbooooooobbobbo$
bbbobboooobbbbbb$
oobooboobobobbbo$
ooooboobobobbobb$
ooooooobbbboobbo$
bboooobooooobboo$
boobbbboobobbbbo$
obbbobbboobboobo$
obbbbbbboobbbbob$
oobbbbooobbbbbbo$
obbbobboboboobbo$
ooooobbbbboooobo$
oboooooobboobooo$
boobboobboboooob$
bbobobbbobboobob$
ooboobboobobbooo!
```

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- Extrementhusiast
**Posts:**1833**Joined:**June 16th, 2009, 11:24 pm**Location:**USA

Seven-object seed for a BTS stator variant:
Awkwardly, one of the objects is a carrier. (I added the toad myself; without it, the table-to-be becomes a boat.)

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```
x = 16, y = 20, rule = B3/S23
8b2o$8b2o2$14bo$8b2o4b2o$7bo2bo3b2o$3b2o3bobo4bo$3bo5bo$5bo$4b2o4$13bo
$6b2o4bobo$6b2o5bo2$3o4bo$7b2o$6bobo!
```

I Like My Heisenburps! (and others)

Blocker on cap:

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
bobooboooobbbboo$
ooooobbbboobboob$
obooobobbbooooob$
boboobboobboobbb$
obobbbboobbbboob$
obbbbboobooboboo$
bbboboobbboboobb$
oobobbbooobbboob$
bobooooobobbbboo$
bboboobobobobboo$
oooboobboooobbob$
bboobbobboobbbbo$
boobbbooobobooob$
bobbobbbobboooob$
obbobboobooooboo$
oooobobooooobbbb!
```

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- gameoflifeboy
**Posts:**474**Joined:**January 15th, 2015, 2:08 am

And another one, this one being only the second one that can actually act as a reflector:Billabob wrote:A new queen bee shuttle variant has appeared:

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`x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23 obbooooooobbobbo$ bbbobboooobbbbbb$ oobooboobobobbbo$ ooooboobobobbobb$ ooooooobbbboobbo$ bboooobooooobboo$ boobbbboobobbbbo$ obbbobbboobboobo$ obbbbbbboobbbbob$ oobbbbooobbbbbbo$ obbbobboboboobbo$ ooooobbbbboooobo$ oboooooobboobooo$ boobboobboboooob$ bbobobbbobboobob$ ooboobboobobbooo!`

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
boobbbbbbboobobo$
ooobobobbboobboo$
obbboobbbbobbobo$
obobooooobbooobb$
obboooooobbobooo$
bbboobbboobobobb$
bbbbooboobbooobb$
bbbbobbobooboobo$
bbbbbbooboobbbbb$
boobbobbobobbobb$
bbbbbbooobobobob$
obobbbbboboobobo$
ooooboboobbobobo$
oooboooboobbbbob$
oobooobbobbbobbo$
oooobbooobobbbbo!
```

- gameoflifeboy
**Posts:**474**Joined:**January 15th, 2015, 2:08 am

13-snake!
Now that we have all 13-bit still lives, the twitterbot should be updated to report new 14-cell still lives.

Also, my 200th post!

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`#C [[ THUMBNAIL AUTOSTART LOOP 60 GPS 20 ZOOM 12 ]]`

x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23

oboooobbbboobbbb$

bboboobbbobbbboo$

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Also, my 200th post!