Can't see the options for the survey for some reason.Alexey_Nigin wrote:Survey: https://twitter.com/AlexeyNigin/status/ ... 9047070720

EDIT: This problem doesn't exist on desktop, it's probably just my tablet.

- BlinkerSpawn
**Posts:**1981**Joined:**November 8th, 2014, 8:48 pm**Location:**Getting a snacker from R-Bee's

Can't see the options for the survey for some reason.Alexey_Nigin wrote:Survey: https://twitter.com/AlexeyNigin/status/ ... 9047070720

EDIT: This problem doesn't exist on desktop, it's probably just my tablet.

Last edited by BlinkerSpawn on December 28th, 2015, 7:06 pm, edited 1 time in total.

- Apple Bottom
**Posts:**1034**Joined:**July 27th, 2015, 2:06 pm-
**Contact:**

I'm guessing xs44. C1 is the only symmetry that's not seen one of those yet; xs39's have only sprung up in some D symmetries yet. There's also been more distinct xs44's in symmetries that have both.Alexey_Nigin wrote:Survey: https://twitter.com/AlexeyNigin/status/ ... 9047070720

(All this makes sense to me given that 44 is divisible by 4, too. On that note I wouldn't be surprised if the first C symmetry to see an xs39 is C2_1.)

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A natural quad has appeared, and its soup yields a naive 12-glider synthesis:

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```
x = 56, y = 80, rule = B3/S23
34bo$34bobo$bo32b2o$2bo$3o11$13bo$11bobo$12b2o$8bo$9b2o$8b2o7$8bobo$9b
2o$9bo2$9b2o$10b2o$9bo12$38b2o$16bobo18b2o$17b2o20bo$17bo2$17b2o$16bob
o$18bo3$53b3o$3b2o48bo$2bobo49bo$4bo19$44b3o$44bo$45bo!
```

Tanner Jacobi

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I saw this, but the predecessor didn't look easy to synthesize. I guess I didn't look far enough back. Even a naive 12 gliders is quite an improvement over the previous 16 (which was the only synthesis known)!Kazyan wrote:A natural quad has appeared, and its soup yields a naive 12-glider synthesis: ...

Interesting. The Coe ship starts as an otherwise viable LWSS on MWSS, but with 1 cell more, thet doesn't destroy the structure.

Oh, and by the way, congratulations!

... maybe the loafer is next? It has less cells at it's minimal phase, after all...

Oh, and by the way, congratulations!

... maybe the loafer is next? It has less cells at it's minimal phase, after all...

This is game of life, this is game of life!

Loafin' ships eaten with a knife!

Loafin' ships eaten with a knife!

- gmc_nxtman
**Posts:**1150**Joined:**May 26th, 2015, 7:20 pm

Wow! This is amazing!

Congratulations to Adam, and here is another simple predecessor for the natural Coe Ship:

Congratulations to Adam, and here is another simple predecessor for the natural Coe Ship:

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```
x = 25, y = 45, rule = B3/S23
23b2o$23b2o3$15b2o$15b2o5$o$o$o3$10bo$9b3o$9bobo$11b2o24$4b2o$5b2o$4bo
!
```

- BlinkerSpawn
**Posts:**1981**Joined:**November 8th, 2014, 8:48 pm**Location:**Getting a snacker from R-Bee's

The problem with that being that ongoing reactions can catch and destroy a loafer far easier then a standard spaceship or flotilla due to its slow speed and lack of explosion-stopping sparks. There's probably a loafer in a catagolue haul somewhere that couldn't survive long enough to be recognized.towerator wrote:Interesting. The Coe ship starts as an otherwise viable LWSS on MWSS, but with 1 cell more, thet doesn't destroy the structure.

Oh, and by the way, congratulations!

... maybe the loafer is next? It has less cells at it's minimal phase, after all...

- Extrementhusiast
**Posts:**1904**Joined:**June 16th, 2009, 11:24 pm**Location:**USA

This shaves off a glider with some fancy cleanup work:Kazyan wrote:A natural quad has appeared, and its soup yields a naive 12-glider synthesis:

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`x = 56, y = 80, rule = B3/S23 34bo$34bobo$bo32b2o$2bo$3o11$13bo$11bobo$12b2o$8bo$9b2o$8b2o7$8bobo$9b 2o$9bo2$9b2o$10b2o$9bo12$38b2o$16bobo18b2o$17b2o20bo$17bo2$17b2o$16bob o$18bo3$53b3o$3b2o48bo$2bobo49bo$4bo19$44b3o$44bo$45bo!`

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```
x = 41, y = 40, rule = B3/S23
7b2o$7b2o7$3o13bo$16bobo$13bo2b2o$12bobo$12b2o14$6bobo$7b2o$7bo4$7b2o$
6bobo$8bo2$27b3o$27bo10b2o$28bo9bobo$38bo!
```

I Like My Heisenburps! (and others)

- A for awesome
**Posts:**2373**Joined:**September 13th, 2014, 5:36 pm**Location:**Pembina University, Home of the Gliders-
**Contact:**

I just enumerated the results of running all 3x7 patterns. Here is the output file from my latest hacked version of apgsearch:
Symmetrical objects seem to be much more common in small soups than 16x16 ones. The pulsar and the pentadecathlon experience a large increase in frequency. My favorite result, however, is this 12-cell pattern that produces a snake and a beehive on cap in only 28 gens:

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```
@VERSION v0.54
@MD5 c288a7369a48e8776eeda6aeabb8896c
@ROOT 3x7
@RULE B3S23
@SYMMETRY C1
@NUM_SOUPS 2097152
@NUM_OBJECTS 9443095
@CENSUS TABLE
xs4_33 2995756
xp2_7 2730070
xs6_696 1535872
xq4_153 881388
xs7_2596 372032
xs5_253 360260
xs6_356 259516
xs8_6996 168304
xs4_252 62111
xs7_25ac 22816
xs12_g8o653z11 17724
xp2_7e 12884
xs14_g88m952z121 7488
xp2_318c 4656
xs6_25a4 3492
xp3_co9nas0san9oczgoldlo0oldlogz1047210127401 3040
xs8_69ic 1056
xq4_6frc 788
xs6_39c 560
xs7_178c 516
xs8_25ak8 404
xs14_g88b96z123 356
xq4_27dee6 224
xs6_bd 200
xs8_3pm 192
xs14_69bqic 188
xs10_35ako 184
xs15_354cgc453 118
xs16_g88m996z1221 116
xs10_g8o652z01 88
xs9_178ko 84
xs8_35ac 80
xs11_g8o652z11 72
xs9_4aar 70
xs16_69egmiczx1 56
xp15_4r4z4r4 34
xs8_178k8 32
xs9_31ego 28
xs14_69bo8a6 28
xq4_27deee6 24
xs14_39e0e93 22
xs9_312453 16
xs18_rhe0ehr 14
xs14_j1u066z11 12
xs12_raar 12
xs9_25ako 12
xs10_0drz32 12
xs16_259e0e952 10
xs7_3lo 10
xs16_69bob96 8
xs14_6970796 8
xs18_69is0si96 8
xs14_6is079c 4
xs8_31248c 4
xs13_2530f96 4
xs17_2ege1ege2 4
xs16_3hu0uh3 4
xs10_178kk8 4
xs14_6960uic 4
xs10_drz32 4
xs14_4a9raa4 4
xs20_3lkkl3z32w23 2
xs14_4aaraa4 2
xs14_4a9ria4 2
xs11_3542156 2
@TOP 100
1980518 15
1807722 15
1908884 15
1384598 15
1159126 15
416502 15
1893134 15
1960779 15
2046816 15
1104798 15
1972454 15
241622 15
971901 15
1758522 15
1885070 15
1033581 15
1990154 15
1891877 15
1928850 15
1932948 15
1916565 15
1932955 15
1932976 15
1932983 15
1302220 15
1650390 15
1388502 15
1707854 15
823142 15
1470328 15
1359739 15
864150 15
516004 15
470998 15
456826 12
675532 12
1980814 12
1022440 12
1893094 12
687917 12
1241917 12
1979278 12
1819627 12
961676 12
1354922 12
1894630 12
565156 12
1470025 12
1113706 12
589418 12
1746596 12
1451693 12
1359649 12
425773 12
958409 12
958411 12
1757152 12
1757153 12
1399636 11
1400660 11
165229 10
971815 10
1758252 10
121476 10
1321815 10
1321839 10
1758247 10
971820 10
1475946 10
165226 10
1475949 10
219780 10
483163 10
1171312 10
1171284 9
1400667 9
967789 9
1400688 9
1658021 9
1715477 9
1742122 9
829010 9
857738 9
483156 9
1570822 8
649237 8
1900566 8
342043 8
993309 8
1168731 8
649253 8
342056 8
342057 8
342059 8
1560626 8
2009142 8
868409 8
190522 8
2043964 8
2072637 8
@SAMPLE_SOUPIDS
xs4_33 1262 1262 1454 1454 1750 1750 1838 1838 1902 1902
xs6_696 7341 7341 7314 7314 11885 11885 12018 12018 12074 12074
xs7_2596 121 110 92 94 93 86 78 178 184 187
xs5_253 121 117 109 110 92 86 157 173 178 184
xs6_356 121 110 92 86 157 178 184 187 206 237
xs8_6996 113 155 176 188 188 186 189 242 242 249
xs4_252 169 228 333 340 354 396 674 1244 1359 1460
xs7_25ac 1958 3278 3694 3678 3677 3790 3886 3890 3894 3918
xs12_g8o653z11 3694 3694 3886 3886 3918 3918 3942 3942 4725 4725
xp2_7e 729 1240 1459 2481 4971 5744 5839 7009 7011 7024
xs14_g88m952z121 1958 1958 3278 3278 3677 3678 3677 3678 3790 3790
xp2_318c 8188 12822 13094 13334 15542 15606 20476 24568 24571 25622
xs6_25a4 9886 11446 11890 12061 15481 16244 22397 23930 26425 28508
xp3_co9nas0san9oczgoldlo0oldlogz1047210127401 2028 2941 2938 3564 5962 7019 7722 11870 11869 12086
xs8_69ic 4934 18758 29000 29027 37406 39479 47750 47925 48037 48102
xq4_6frc 8102 20174 29435 31160 35946 36774 47748 47876 47874 47942
xs6_39c 1265 1433 1637 3338 10127 11471 13103 26711 34033 34201
xs7_178c 46422 47574 48098 48480 52120 64484 118616 137971 156630 157014
xs8_25ak8 37730 39913 40809 48982 53894 89032 89059 89928 89955 112470
xs14_g88b96z123 6006 13174 19806 26974 30565 30579 32074 32088 43382 44060
xq4_27dee6 46824 55000 114380 155059 159147 169946 176284 177180 183797 188596
xs6_bd 1618 1674 3237 3349 12951 13399 25903 26799 43586 99152
xs8_3pm 13421 15125 25898 27218 38131 48289 48291 63884 70899 83352
xs14_69bqic 63276 113525 162924 185275 186284 186616 187628 224090 276273 310597
xs10_35ako 46670 94373 94346 102782 103481 106878 118932 159014 173098 173101
xs15_354cgc453 46902 46898 111534 114222 125144 158814 158813 209843 223470 224814
xs16_g88m996z1221 49131 57331 121476 121476 155608 159720 165226 165229 165226 165229
xs10_g8o652z01 122796 122796 186349 186349 187882 187882 220908 220908 284654 284654
xs9_178ko 309518 324957 511794 630326 740894 760253 760252 760562 763410 763402
xs8_35ac 289370 289482 384022 404170 457638 496932 497020 834208 834432 839260
xs11_g8o652z11 364266 364250 364504 380634 380650 381554 392730 392729 392728 466502
xs9_4aar 21868 23380 127148 165356 174951 185402 185404 185405 187047 188036
xs16_69egmiczx1 81010 81074 81138 91805 91933 92061 104550 123801 124313 124825
xp15_4r4z4r4 241622 416502 470998 516004 823142 864150 971901 1033581 1104798 1159126
xs8_178k8 391796 984342 985366 994738 998109 998365 998386 1010589 1010866 1014514
xs9_31ego 196182 196374 238588 240124 377290 523214 848152 949226 981986 1249765
xs14_69bo8a6 387924 482133 482933 499324 875355 876365 905044 905050 905051 909082
xq4_27deee6 425773 456826 565156 589418 675532 687917 958411 958409 961676 1022440
xs14_39e0e93 759442 773269 861822 861817 1008562 1008626 1012658 1021818 1037946 1649977
xs9_312453 103722 104730 112906 120970 213621 214125 217765 221797 829783 837847
xs18_rhe0ehr 498965 511158 763054 857915 1000790 1283742 1295954 1657976 1676630 1922141
xs14_j1u066z11 95588 95564 170681 182969 412345 764491 764519 764704 764711 1088185
xs12_raar 382154 494218 830008 832856 1267109 1280677 1437932 1487324 1499636 1536428
xs9_25ako 458065 612331 613864 897932 977117 1008365 1242961 1368794 1456565 1685930
xs10_0drz32 648237 734250 828973 829029 838821 951537 953509 1709706 1715242 1715466
xs16_259e0e952 756718 1843846 1845382 1904726 1917206 1943198 1960862 2030137 2043062 2046710
xs7_3lo 12965 26762 103727 214103 799397 829823 829829 1599626 1712831 1712834
xs16_69bob96 339278 908172 1124198 1370970 1457013 1792740 1891472 1988243
xs14_6970796 639257 725105 892506 1024186 1372620 1470948 1789749 1810621
xs18_69is0si96 774614 1846934 1910422 1911470 1911958 1912454 1929593 2009750
xs14_6is079c 327667 393187 1212376 1277896
xs8_31248c 579117 678954 953697 1738569
xs13_2530f96 836445 1005669 1692426 1710450
xs17_2ege1ege2 1865454 1867182 2013126 2026950
xs16_3hu0uh3 999670 1675678 1957981 2044210
xs10_178kk8 627385 739513 762457 764209
xs14_6960uic 823244 1375754 1474085 1708004
xs10_drz32 829010 857738 1658021 1715477
xs14_4a9raa4 483156 1171284 1400688 1400667
xs20_3lkkl3z32w23 514424 1299323
xs14_4aaraa4 1399636 1400660
xs14_4a9ria4 483163 1171312
xs11_3542156 967789 1742122
```

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```
x = 3, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
obo$o$3o$3o2$o$2o!
```

praosylen#5847 (Discord)

Poem's gone temporarily, since I'm not exactly living up to it right now

Poem's gone temporarily, since I'm not exactly living up to it right now

Kazyan wrote:A natural quad has appeared, and its soup yields a naive 12-glider synthesis: ...

Making two of the still-lifes at once reduces this one more:Extrementhusiast wrote:This shaves off a glider with some fancy cleanup work: ...

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```
x = 101, y = 18
5boo$bo3bobo$bbobbo27boo28boo28boo$3o30boo28boo28boo$$14bo$14bobo$14b
oo$$27bo29bo29bo$27bo29bo29bo$27bo29bo11bobo15bo$69boo28bo$70bo27bobo$
98boo$68b3o$70bo$69bo!
```

I was trying to search soups in B35/S25, but apgsearch failed on me and searched life instead, so:

Edit:

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
3b2o2bo2bob3o$obobob3ob2obo$4b6ob2obo$b2o3b2o2b3o$4b3o2b3obo$2obobobob
o3b2o$2o4b2ob4obo$3bo4bo4b3o$2obo2b7o2bo$2b4obob2obob2o$2bo2b3o3bob3o$
b6ob2o2bobo$o5bo2bo3b3o$b2o4b2obob4o$2ob3ob2o5bo$b2o2bob2o3b4o!
```

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
4o2b3o$obo2bo2b2ob4o$2ob6ob5o$2o2bob4o2bobo$bobobobo2b4o$7ob2ob2ob2o$b
2o2bo2bo5bo$6bo2b2ob2obo$3o3bo5b4o$2bob3o4bobobo$obo2bo2bob3o$5bobobob
o2bo$o5bobo2bob3o$o2b2o2b3obo2bo$o4bob2obo3b2o$2b3o3b2o3bo!
```

The following trans griddle on griddle appeared out of an asymmetric soup:

http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2 ... 1d13/b3s23.

Unfortunately, the way it forms doesn't seem to form any useful predecessors, but this has also occurred many times in symmetric soups. The first one leads to a 15-glider synthesis (plus a few other related ones, including the now laughably obsolete griddle on two blocks). The third soup leads to a 10 glider synthesis:

http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2 ... 1d13/b3s23.

Unfortunately, the way it forms doesn't seem to form any useful predecessors, but this has also occurred many times in symmetric soups. The first one leads to a 15-glider synthesis (plus a few other related ones, including the now laughably obsolete griddle on two blocks). The third soup leads to a 10 glider synthesis:

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```
x = 253, y = 92, rule = B3/S23
204bo$205boo$204boo28bo$211bobo18boo$212boo19boo$212bo$$81bo39bo39bo
40bobo$82boo38boo38boo39boo$81boo14bo23boo14bo23boo14bo25bo$88bobo4boo
31bobo4boo31bobo4boo$89boo5boo31boo5boo31boo5boo56bobo$89bo39bo39bo64b
oo$235bo$79bobo37bobo37bobo$80boo38boo38boo75bo$55bo24bo39bo39bo76bobo
$54bo54bo39bo39bo47boo10bo$54b3o12boo7boo9boo6bobo9bobo6boo9boo6bobo9b
obo6boo9boo6bobo9bobo27boo28bobo$68bobbo5bobo8bobbo5boo8bo4bo4bobo8bo
bbo5boo8bo4bo4bobo8bobbo5boo8bo4bo25bobbo25bo4bo$48bobo18boo8bo9boo7bo
8b6o6bo9boo7bo8b6o6bo9boo7bo8b6o26boo26b6o$49boo$49bo19boo10bo7boo9bo
6b6o8bo7boo9bo6b6o8bo7boo9bo6b6o26boo26boobboo$68bobbo9boo5bobbo8bobo
4bo4bo8boo5bobbo8bobo4bo4bo8boo5bobbo8bobo4bo4bo25bobbo25boobboo$46b3o
20boo9bobo6boo9boo6bobo9bobo6boo9boo6boo10bobo6boo9boo6boo29boo$48bo
61bo38bo39bo11boo$47bo51bo39bo8bo30bo7bo12bobo$98boo38boo8boo28boo7boo
13bo$98bobo37bobo37bobo$204bo$90bo113boo$82boo5boo112bobo$83boo4bobo
30boo37boo$82bo14boo24boo37boo72bo$96boo24bo38bo52bo20boo$98bo36boo37b
oo37bo21bobo$134boo37boo38b3o$136bo38bo$123boo37boo50bo$124boo37boo48b
oo$123bo38bo50bobo11$84bo$82bobo$83boo$$25b3o17b3o17bo19bo$6bo57bobo
17bobo$4bobo16bo5bo13bo5bo14bobbo16bobbo$boobboo16bo5bo13bo5bo15boo18b
oo$obo20bo5bo13bo5bo$bbo$25b3o17b3o$68bo19bo$67bobo17bobo$53boo12bobo
17bobo$53bobo12bo19bo$53bo$69bo19bo19bo$51boo16bobo17bobo17bobo$50bobo
14bo4bo14bo4bo14bo4bo$52bo14b6o14b6o14b6o$$67b6o14b6o14b6o$67bo4bo14bo
4bo14bo4bo$68bobo17bobo17bobo$70bo19bo19bo$$46b3o22bo19bo$48bo21bobo
17bobo$47bo22bobo17bobo$50bo20bo19bo$49boo$49bobo$$53b3o17boo18boo$53b
o18bobbo16bobbo$54bo18bobo17bobo$74bo19bo$51b3o$53bo41boo$52bo42bobo$
95bo!
```

- Extrementhusiast
**Posts:**1904**Joined:**June 16th, 2009, 11:24 pm**Location:**USA

And here's a ship-to-test-tube-baby component:
An alternate form:

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```
x = 39, y = 35, rule = B3/S23
38bo$36b2o$37b2o10$14bo10bobo$3bo9bo11b2o$4b2o7b3o10bo$3b2o6bo$9bobo$b
o8b2o10bo$b2o17b2o$obo18b2o4$9b2o$8bobo$8b2o5$28b2o$27b2o$21bo7bo$20b
2o$20bobo!
```

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```
x = 33, y = 22, rule = B3/S23
32bo$30b2o$31b2o6$14bo$8bo5bobo$6bobo5b2o$7b2o13bo$2bo17b2o6bo$obo18b
2o3b2o$b2o10b2o12b2o$12bo2bo$3b3o6bobo$5bo7bo$4bo4b2o$8bobo13b2o$8b2o
13b2o$25bo!
```

I Like My Heisenburps! (and others)

Nice! This allows syntheses of things where the test tube baby is attached (e.g. tied or inducted) to something else difficult to grow from something simpler (e.g. griddle, pseudo barber pole, or pseudo-objects formed from one of the ends). What is still missing is a way to grow a test tube baby from an eater or integral, for objects like two test tube babies eating each other, Silver's P5 on test tube baby, roteightor w/test tube baby, etc. (Another unsolved problem is how to grow a griddle from a simpler object, to make things like pseudo barber pole on griddle.)Extrementhusiast wrote:And here's a ship-to-test-tube-baby component: ... An alternate form: ...

Based on a new apg soup http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2 ... 5aa4/b3s23, a 19-glider synthesis of a 24-cell flip-flopping on-off:

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```
x = 150, y = 47, rule = B3/S23
89bobo$90boo$90bo7$112bobo$113boo15bo$113bo14boo$47bo81boo$48bo$46b3o$
50bo46bo$49bo48boo$49b3o17boo26boo10boo$69boo38boo$24b3o17b3o17b3o28bo
8b3o$95boo$75booboo14bobo18booboo$5bo21bo19bo6b3ob3o6bo7booboo27bo7boo
boo$6bo19bobo17bobo7bobo7bobo37bobo$4b3o18bobbo16bobbo6bo3bo5bobbo36bo
bbo$26boo18boo18boo38boo$obo140boo3bo$boo140bobobobo$bo4b3o135boobobo$
6bo135bobo3bo$7bo119boo12bobobo$126boo13bobobobo$94boo32bo13bo3boo$93b
obo$95bo12b3o$108bo$109bo4b3o$114bo$115bo$103b3o$105bo$98b3o3bo$100bo$
99bo$111b3o$111bo$112bo!
```

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

There are 2 new p5 surprises in Catagolue. The first one is that Silver's p5 (with an eater) just occurred:
And so did another copy of Elkies' p5:

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
oobbobboobooobob$
obooobbbobboobbo$
bbbbboobbbbbboob$
bbooobboobbooobo$
obbboooooobbbobo$
bbobooobbobbooob$
booboobbobbobbbb$
boobbbobbobbbboo$
ooobobbbbbobobob$
ooobbbobbobobbob$
oboooooobooooobb$
ooobbobboboboobb$
oobobooooooboooo$
ooboboobbboboobo$
boooobbbbbooobbo$
bbbboobboobboobo!
```

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
bbobooobbooboboo$
bobooobbbobobbbo$
bboboooobbobbbob$
oooooobbbboobbbo$
bbboobooooboooob$
oboboobbobbobboo$
bbbooobobobbooob$
obooboobobbbooob$
oboobooobbobbobo$
bobboboooboobbob$
oobobbobbbbbobbb$
obbboooobbobbooo$
oooooboooooboboo$
oboobooboobbooob$
oobbooooboobobbo$
oooobbbobbobbooo!
```

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This allows for a nine-glider synthesis:gameoflifeboy wrote: And so did another copy of Elkies' p5:Code: Select all

`(RLE)`

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```
x = 54, y = 30, rule = B3/S23
3bo$4bo10bo$2b3o9bo$9bo4b3o$bo8bo$b2o5b3o$obo2$13bo$13bobo$13b2o11bobo
$26b2o$27bo$49b2o$49bo$46b2obo$46bo2b2obo$47b2o3bo$49b2obo$49bobo$53bo
$52bo5$23bo6b2o$6b3o13b2o6bobo$8bo13bobo5bo$7bo!
```

I Like My Heisenburps! (and others)

That allows for a 9G synthesis of Elkies' p5
Edit: Martin beat me to posting by a minute!

Edit2: If we combine our efforts it can be done in 8!

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```
x = 30, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
16bo$16bobo$16b2o3$8bo$8bobo$8b2o$2bo$obo$b2o2$11bo$12bo$10b3o2bo$14bo
bo12bo$14bobo10b2o$15bo12b2o11$13bo10b2o$13b2o9bobo$12bobo9bo!
```

Edit2: If we combine our efforts it can be done in 8!

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```
x = 29, y = 30, rule = B3/S23
3bo$4bo10bo$2b3o9bo$9bo4b3o$bo8bo$b2o5b3o$obo2$13bo$13bobo10bo$13b2o
11bobo$26b2o15$23bo$6b3o13b2o$8bo13bobo$7bo!
```

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

Which leads to this 9-glider synthesis:gameoflifeboy wrote:There are 2 new p5 surprises in Catagolue. ... And so did another copy of

Elkies' p5: ...

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```
x = 151, y = 32, rule = B3/S23
64bo$62boo$63boo$$45bo$46bo$44b3o$$65bo$63boo$64boo4$59bo$59boo$58bobo
3boo17bo29bo29bo$63boo17bobb3o24bobb3o24bobb3o$65bo18bo29bo29bo$85bobo
bbo24bobobbo24bobobbo$84boob4o23boob4o23boob4o$86bo9bo19bo9bo19bo$44b
oo40bobo6bobo18bobo6bobo18bobo$45boo40boo6bobo19boo6bobo19boo$44bo51bo
29bo$bo126boo$bbo125bobo$3o32bo29bo62bo$34bobo27bobo$3b3o28bobo27bobo$
5bo29bo29bo$4bo!
```

Another cute pair of interacting switch engines. This one is pretty clean, the offshoots of the glider-emitting SE go into the blocks laid by the block-laying SE but fizzle into ash quickly. Adam, we appreciate the large quantity of CPU hours you're contributing, keep on finding nice new things!

http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/yl1 ... 9969/b3s23

http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/yl1 ... 9969/b3s23

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

Here's the makings of a synthesis of the natural Silver's p5 variant, but it won't be better than the record 14 gliders after cleanup. Sharing anyway, in case anyone can build on it!

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```
x = 47, y = 46, rule = B3/S23
32bobo$32b2o$33bo10$43bo$41b2o$42b2o3$32b3o$32bo$33bo$2bo22b3o$obo$b2o
7$15b3o$17bo27bo$16bo27bobo$25b2o17bobo$24bobo18bo$26bo2$45bo$45b2o$
44bobo4$24b2o$18b2o4bobo$17b2o5bo$19bo!
```

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

Thanks! Do you still have access to your swathes of computing power?biggiemac wrote:Another cute pair of interacting switch engines. This one is pretty clean, the offshoots of the glider-emitting SE go into the blocks laid by the block-laying SE but fizzle into ash quickly. Adam, we appreciate the large quantity of CPU hours you're contributing, keep on finding nice new things!

Simon Rawles and I have found the third and fourth phoenix, respectively.

(By the way, congratulations on your collaborative 8-glider synthesis! That's a huge improvement from the original 24 as reported on Mark Niemiec's website.)

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

I haven't for a while and won't for at least a couple more weeks. I am still running on 16 cores of a shared machine, but it seemed harder to get any portion of the lab computers to stay running for more than a day or so, compared to the relative ease last spring and summer, so I more or less gave up there.calcyman wrote:Do you still have access to your swathes of computing power?

Physics: sophistication from simplicity.

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First 39-cell asymmetric object! Ironically, I wish it was a still life:
I guess the larger these things get, the more likely they are to be oscillators.

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```
x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
obbooobobobbbboo$
obobooobbbbboobo$
bbobooooobbooboo$
bbobbobbobboooob$
bobboboboboobbob$
bobobbbboobbboob$
ooobbbbbbobbbooo$
oobbooobooobbobb$
oobbbooobbbobbob$
obbbbobbbbobooob$
oobobbooobooooob$
bbbbbbooobbboobo$
boobobooooobbboo$
oooooboboobboobo$
bbboobboboobobbb$
bobobbbbbbobobob!
```

praosylen#5847 (Discord)

Poem's gone temporarily, since I'm not exactly living up to it right now

Poem's gone temporarily, since I'm not exactly living up to it right now

YEAH I WONA for awesome wrote:First 39-cell asymmetric object! Ironically, I wish it was a still life:I guess the larger these things get, the more likely they are to be oscillators.Code: Select all

`x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S23 obbooobobobbbboo$ obobooobbbbboobo$ bbobooooobbooboo$ bbobbobbobboooob$ bobboboboboobbob$ bobobbbboobbboob$ ooobbbbbbobbbooo$ oobbooobooobbobb$ oobbbooobbbobbob$ obbbbobbbbobooob$ oobobbooobooooob$ bbbbbbooobbboobo$ boobobooooobbboo$ oooooboboobboobo$ bbboobboboobobbb$ bobobbbbbbobobob!`