## The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

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Kazyan
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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Somewhat accessible Domino Spark->G:

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x = 21, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
2o15b2o$bo15bo$bobo6b2o3bobo$2b2o11b2o$9bo$8bobo$8bobo$9bo4$17b2o$17bo bo$6b2o11bo$7bo11b2o$4b3o$4bo! The lower right eater suppresses a pre-B that destroys the upper right; getting a signal out of it is proving tricky/impossible. EDIT: Domino to beehive-and-blinker. I think aiming a glider at the blinker to make a PI might be able to generate that spark again with the right catalysts? Code: Select all x = 11, y = 10, rule = B3/S23 4b2o$4b2o3b2o$9b2o2$6bo$5bobo$2o3bobo$2o4bo2$4b2o!
Tanner Jacobi

Kazyan
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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Non-Spartan loaf factory:

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x = 19, y = 22, rule = B3/S23
11b2o$10bobo$5b2o2bo$5bo2bob2o$7b2obobo$11bo$17b2o$17bo$8b2o5bobo$7bo 2bo4b2o$8b2o5$o2bob2o$4obo10b2o$5bobo8bobo$2b2o2b2o8bo$2bo$3bo$2b2o! EDIT: If the right spark or protrusion can be wedged in--probably via a drifter signal--this would work as a boat factory: Code: Select all x = 16, y = 19, rule = B3/S23 o$3o$3bo11bo$2b2o5bo3b3o$6b3o3bo$12b2o2$6b2o$5bobo$5b2o7b2o$14b2o5$11b 2o$11bo$12b3o$14bo!
Tanner Jacobi

simeks
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Joined: March 11th, 2015, 12:03 pm
Location: Sweden

### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

A new H-to-G, SW4T44;

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x = 15, y = 30, rule = LifeHistory
8.C$6.3C$5.C$5.2C$13.2C$13.C$11.C.C$5.E5.2C$5.E.E$5.3E$7.E12$4.2C$4.C
.C$5.2C2$2.2C$3.C$3C$C!  EDIT: Noticed now, a few days after I posted this, that the initial H-to-HF was posted here a while back. It showed up independently in a search I made, but I assumed that part was probably already known. One thing I find interesting is that this H-to-G extends less to the east than any previously known H-to-G, including those that are just H-to-FNG. Last edited by simeks on July 25th, 2015, 3:49 pm, edited 1 time in total. Scorbie Posts: 1445 Joined: December 7th, 2013, 1:05 am ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Any chance of Catforcing these to make a LWSS->G or possibly a LWSS-> H ? Code: Select all x = 100, y = 38, rule = B3/S23 91bo$90bobo$90bobo$61bo29bo$6bo2bo26bo2bo20bobo3bo2bo26bo2bo$5bo25bo3b
o24bobo2bo29bo$bo3bo3bo20bobo2bo3bo21bo3bo3bo25bo3bo$obo2b4o21bobo2b4o
26b4o26b4o$obo28bo$bo21$31b2o$30bo2bo$31b2o$6bo2bo26bo2bo$5bo29bo$b2o
2bo3bo25bo3bo$o2bob4o26b4o$b2o!
Best wishes to you, Scorbie

Extrementhusiast
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Joined: June 16th, 2009, 11:24 pm
Location: USA

### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

An unexpected near miss, with the tightest space I've ever seen a Herschel fit into:

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x = 17, y = 23, rule = LifeHistory
15.2A$15.A$13.A.A$9.2A2.2A$9.2A4$6.D$4.D.D$4.3D$4.D4$.2A$A2.A$.2A3$
12.3C$13.C$11.3C!

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Sphenocorona
Posts: 484
Joined: April 9th, 2013, 11:03 pm

### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Is it possible to get this tub to become transparent?

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x = 12, y = 10, rule = LifeHistory
.C$C.C$.C5$9.3C$10.C$8.3C! Unfortunately, loafs/beehives/boats won't work here as they all produce different reactions... simeks Posts: 369 Joined: March 11th, 2015, 12:03 pm Location: Sweden ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits An R-to-B that isn't listed in the Conduit Collection: Code: Select all x = 21, y = 15, rule = LifeHistory 5.C.C$2C2.C.2C$C3.C$.3C.3C$3.C.C2.C$7.2C5$7.E10.D$7.2E10.D$6.2E11.2D$
18.2D$18.D!  Seems like it should have shown up in someone else's Bellman search by now, but maybe it wasn't considered important? Still, I found a nice use for it: this compact H-to-G21: Code: Select all x = 32, y = 36, rule = LifeHistory 24.2A$24.A$22.A.A$13.2A7.2A$13.A.A$14.2A$10.2A$9.A.A$9.A$8.2A$13.2A4. D$13.2A3.3D$17.2D2.D5$9.A$9.3A$A11.A$3A8.2A$3.A$2.2A16.D5.2C$19.3D4.C
.C.2C$19.D8.C.C$27.2C2.C$29.2C$27.2C$28.C$.E26.C.C$.E.E25.2C$.3E$3.E 11.2A$15.A$16.3A$18.A!


dvgrn
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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

simeks wrote:An R-to-B that isn't listed in the Conduit Collection... I found a nice use for it: this compact H-to-G21:
Huh, yes, you certainly can't do that with the old R suppression, though it puts the output B in the same place:

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x = 75, y = 36, rule = LifeHistory
27.2A38.2A$27.A39.A$25.A.A37.A.A$16.2A7.2A29.2A7.2A$16.A.A37.A.A$17. 2A38.2A$13.2A38.2A$12.A.A37.A.A$12.A39.A$11.2A38.2A$16.2A4.D33.2A4.D$16.2A3.3D32.2A3.3D$20.2D2.D4.2A29.2D2.D$29.A$27.A.A$27.2A$19.8B$12.A 6.7B26.A$12.3A4.7B26.3A$3.A11.A2.7B4.B13.A11.A$3.3A8.2A3.6B.B.2BA12.
3A8.2A$6.A7.8B2A5BA.A14.A7.6B.B2A$5.2A3.B5.5BA2BA3B.BA14.2A3.B5.5BABD
A4.2C$5.8B2.9BA3B17.8B2.7B2DC4.C.C.2C$7.14B3A4B19.14BACA7.C.C$7.20B 20.17B6.2C2.C$6.19B21.19B7.2C$4.21B19.21B5.2C$2.24B16.24B5.C$2.2BD14B 4.BABA15.2BD14B4.BABA4.C.C$.3BDBD4B.6B6.B2A14.3BDBD4B.6B6.B2A5.2C$2. 2B3D4B2.B.5B5.A16.2B3D4B2.B.5B5.A$.5BD4B7.2A21.5BD4B7.2A$10B8.A21.10B 8.A$19.3A37.3A$21.A39.A! G21 is wide enough to allow Snarks or semi-Snarks to bounce the output gliders around easily, once they get to where they're going. Here's a reasonably compact 2D Herschel transceiver, for example: Code: Select all x = 172, y = 53, rule = LifeHistory 60.2A$60.A$58.A.A$49.2A7.2A$49.A.A63.2A$50.2A63.2A$46.2A39.2A$45.A.A
39.A.A$.C43.A43.A4.2A17.2A$2.C41.2A39.4A.2A2.A2.A15.2A$3C46.2A4.D29.A 2.A.A.A.A.2A2.2A$49.2A3.3D31.A.A.A.A6.A$53.2D2.D31.2A.A.A6.A.A$93.A8.
2A46.A$98.2A50.3A$79.2A17.2A53.A$80.A7.2A62.2A$45.A34.A.A5.2A$45.3A 33.2A$36.A11.A$36.3A8.2A78.D10.D$39.A87.2D10.D21.D$26.A11.2A16.D5.2C 47.2A13.2D11.2D18.3D$24.3A28.3D4.C.C.2C43.2A25.2D2.2A15.D.D$23.A31.D 8.C.C37.2A32.D3.2A15.D$23.2A38.2C2.C23.2A10.A2.A63.A$8.2A55.2C24.A12. 2A63.A.A$9.A53.2C27.3A36.A37.A.A$9.A.2A51.C29.A35.A.A37.A$10.A2.A23.C
26.C.C63.2A$11.2A24.C.C25.2C4.A20.A46.2A$26.2A9.3C29.3A18.3A46.A$26. 2A11.C11.2A15.A20.A47.A.A$51.A16.2A19.2A46.2A$52.3A49.2A$54.A49.2A$35.A3.2A$34.A.A3.A$33.A.A3.A$29.2A.A.A3.A$29.2A.A2.4A.A17.2A19.2A$33.
A.A3.A.A15.A.A5.2A11.A.A5.2A$29.2A.2A2.A2.A.A15.A7.2A11.A7.2A$30.A.A
2.2A3.A15.2A19.2A$18.2A10.A.A$18.2A11.A38.A20.A$66.2A.A.A15.2A.A.A$
65.A.A.A.A14.A.A.A.A$62.A2.A.A.A.A.2A8.A2.A.A.A.A.2A$62.4A.2A2.A2.A8.
B.4B$2C11.4B!  Scorbie Posts: 1445 Joined: December 7th, 2013, 1:05 am ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Is this known? An H-R with a block to clean up... I don't think the R is in a good position, though... Code: Select all x = 30, y = 29, rule = LifeHistory 29.B$28.2B$27.3B$26.4B$A24.4B$3A7.2B8.8B$3.A5.4B7.7B$2.2A.B.9B.11B$2. 26B$4.26B$3.27B$4.26B$2.6B2D14BD5B$2.2A.3B2D14B2D4B$3.A5.14BD2BD3B$3A
7.14B2D4B$A9.20B$9.11B3.7B$9.12B4.4B$9.12B$9.12B$10.7B3CB$14.4BC2B$
14.2B3C2B$15.6B$15.7B$17.B.4B$20.4B$21.4B! Best wishes to you, Scorbie simeks Posts: 369 Joined: March 11th, 2015, 12:03 pm Location: Sweden ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits A smaller yet spartan version of H-to-G #2, now also known as SE7T14: Code: Select all x = 26, y = 27, rule = LifeHistory 20.AB$19.A.AB.B$3.2A13.B.2A2B2A$4.A11.6B.B2A$4.A.AB7.6B3.B$5.2AB.3B3.
7B$7.16B$7.16B$8.15B$7.16B$5.18B$3.19B$3.2BC16B$2.3BCBC4B.9B$3.2B3C4B 2.7B$2.5BC4B2.7B$.10B4.6B$4B10.7B$3B12.6B$2B13.7B$B15.5B$16.6B$14.9B$
14.2A.7B$15.A5.4B$12.3A7.4B$12.A10.3B!  simeks Posts: 369 Joined: March 11th, 2015, 12:03 pm Location: Sweden ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits A new H-to-B. It can be followed by conduit 1, but nothing else that I can find, but as such it makes this new L162 H-to-H: Code: Select all x = 30, y = 45, rule = LifeHistory 10.3D$11.D$9.3D6$17.2A$17.A.A$19.A$19.2A6$20.C$9.2A8.C.C$9.2A9.2C2.2C
$24.2C$2A.A7.D$A.2A6.3D$9.2D2.D5$28.C$5.E20.3C$5.E.E17.C$5.3E16.C.C$7.E17.C2$27.C$24.C.C.C$24.2C2.C$22.2C4.2C$19.2C2.C$18.C.3C$18.C$19.3C .C.2C$21.C.2C.C$21.C$20.2C!

Surprisingly, if the B is allowed to lay down its block, it becomes a period quadrupling H-to-H (by almost the same mechanism as the quadrupling H-to-G I posted here a few days ago).

Because there is no room for the normal block-eater when used as a quadrupler, it needs to be followed by a dependent conduit, or with an H stopper, which creates this period quadrupling H-to-G9:

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x = 143, y = 63, rule = LifeHistory
21.A.A$21.A2.A18.2A$6.A6.A10.2A17.A$5.A.A5.A8.A3.2A4.2A10.A$4.A.2A6.A
9.2A6.2A9.2A$3.2A.2A9.2A2.A2.A$4.A.2A5.3A2.A2.A.A19.2A$5.A.A7.4A23.A. A$6.A9.2A25.A4$2.3A19.A11.2A$.2A.2A19.2A10.2A$.2A.2A18.2A10.A91.2A$.
5A121.A2.A$2A3.2A121.2A3$29.A$29.2A$.2A25.A.A3$123.3D$3.2A119.D$3.2A 5.A113.3D$8.4A6.2A2.2A20.A$7.A.A.2A5.4A.A2.A.A13.A.A88.C$6.A2.A.3A5.
2A.A3.A3.A12.2A87.C.C$6.2A.A.2A4.A12.A5.2A95.2C2.2C$4.3A.4A14.A4.A4.
2A58.2A39.2C$3.A.A4.A19.A65.A.A25.D$3.A22.A3.A55.A11.A24.3D$2.2A22.A. A57.3A9.2A22.2D2.D$89.A$76.2A10.2A$77.A$77.A.A$67.A10.2A61.C$65.3A29. D3.2A15.D20.3C$64.A32.2D2.2A15.D.D17.C$64.2A32.2D18.3D16.C.C$49.2A47.
D21.D17.C$50.A46.D$50.A.2A86.C$51.A2.A23.D58.C.C.C$52.2A24.D.D56.2C2.
C$67.2A9.3D54.2C4.2C$67.2A11.D10.2A39.2C2.C$91.2A38.C.3C$87.2A42.C$88.A43.3C.C.2C$76.A3.2A3.3A46.C.2C.C$75.A.A3.A3.A48.C$74.A.A3.A52.2C$70.2A.A.A3.A$70.2A.A2.4A.A$74.A.A3.A.A$70.2A.2A2.A2.A.A$71.A.A2.2A3.A$59.2A10.A.A$59.2A11.A!  Kazyan Posts: 937 Joined: February 6th, 2014, 11:02 pm ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Non-spartan H-to-C, compact enough to bother posting. Code: Select all x = 18, y = 22, rule = LifeHistory 7.A$7.3A$10.A$5.4A.A$4.A3.A.2A$4.2A$6.A$4.3A8.3D$2A.A13.D$2A.A.2A7.D.
2D$3.A.A8.2D$3.A.A$4.A6$6.2A7.3C$5.A.A8.C$5.A8.3C$4.2A! EDIT: Do we have this one? I don't see it in the conduit collection. It's a tiny B-to-G, though hard to make fit. It works with Simkin's B-to-B and nothing else in the collection. Code: Select all x = 12, y = 13, rule = LifeHistory 4.2A$4.A$5.3A$7.A$2.A$.A.A6.2D$.A.A5.D.D$2A.2A4.C.D$5.A2.3C$2A.2A3.C.
E$2.3E18.2C$4.E18.C.C$25.C$25.2C3$9.C.2C5.2C$7.3C.2C5.C.C$6.C9.C.C.3C$7.3C.2C3.2C5.C$9.C.C10.2C$9.C.C$10.C!  dvgrn Moderator Posts: 6303 Joined: May 17th, 2009, 11:00 pm Location: Madison, WI Contact: ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Kazyan wrote:EDIT: Do we have this one? I don't see it in the conduit collection. It's a tiny B-to-G, though hard to make fit. It works with Simkin's B-to-B and nothing else in the collection. Connecting to that B-to-B is good enough to make it useful, since the B-to-B connects to so many things including itself. I was hoping for a non-power-of-two difference in timing between a glider and a B-to-B chain, but I guess a delay of four ticks per extra B-to-B pair is better than nothing: Code: Select all x = 93, y = 54, rule = LifeHistory 78.2A$78.A$79.3A$81.A$35.2D39.A$34.D.D38.A.A6.2D$36.D38.A.A5.D.D$74.
2A.2A6.D$79.A$74.2A.2A$75.A.A3.5B$75.A2.A2.5B$76.2A2.7B$81.6B$81.5B$
60.2B16.8B$59.4B13.10B$59.4B12.12B$55.B2.6B11.13B$54.2AB.2B2A2B11.12B
$54.2A3BA2BA3B.B7.13B$55.2B.2B2A7B3.16B$6.2A50.18BD13B$6.A52.17B2D9BA
4B$7.3A49.18B2D7BABA4B$9.A49.18BD8BABA4B$4.A53.18BD10BA4B$3.A.A50.B.
13B2.B4.B.2B3.5B$3.A.A49.2AB.12B6.3B7.B$2.2A.2A48.2A4BD9B6.B2AB5.3B$7.A48.2B.B3D7B8.2A6.B2AB$2.2A.2A52.D2B2D6B17.2A$3.A.A3.5B45.10B$3.A2.
A2.5B45.6B$4.2A2.7B43.7B$9.6B44.6B$9.5B45.5B$6.8B42.8B$4.10B40.10B$3.
12B38.12B$3.13B37.13B$3.12B38.12B$3.13B37.13B$16B34.16B$4BC13B30.6BC 13B$4B2C9BA4B27.7B2C9BA4B$5B2C7BABA4B26.8B2C7BABA4B$5BC8BABA4B27.7BC
8BABA4B$4BC10BA4B30.B.2BC10BA4B$.B4.B.2B3.5B38.B.2B3.5B$5.3B7.B39.3B 7.B$5.B2AB5.3B38.B2AB5.3B$6.2A6.B2AB38.2A6.B2AB$15.2A48.2A!
EDIT: For example, here's an H-to-G9 with the spacing between the tandem gliders adjustable in 4-step increments. Who knows, maybe something like this will come in handy somewhere:

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x = 217, y = 90, rule = B3/S23
162b2o4b2o$161bo2bo3b2o$162b2o5$140b2o$140bo$138bobo5bo20b2o$138b2o5bo
bobo17b2o$143b3ob2obo$142bo7bo$143b3ob3o$145bobo8$93b2o4b2o83b2o4b2o$
92bo2bo3b2o82bo2bo3b2o$93b2o89b2o2$158bo$157bobo$157bobo$71b2o85bo$71b
o$69bobo5bo20b2o89b2o$69b2o5bobobo17b2o66b2o21b2o$74b3ob2obo75b2o7b2o$
73bo7bo75b2o$74b3ob3o$76bobo8$24b2o4b2o83b2o4b2o83b2o4b2o$23bo2bo3b2o
82bo2bo3b2o82bo2bo3b2o$24b2o89b2o89b2o2$89bo90bo$88bobo88bobo$88bobo
88bobo$2b2o85bo90bo$2bo$obo5bo20b2o89b2o89b2o$2o5bobobo17b2o66b2o21b2o
66b2o21b2o$5b3ob2obo75b2o7b2o80b2o7b2o$4bo7bo75b2o89b2o$5b3ob3o$7bobo
4$18bo90bo90bo$17bobo88bobo88bobo$17b2o89b2o89b2o2$11b2o89b2o89b2o$12b o90bo90bo$12bobo88bobo88bobo$13b2o89b2o89b2o6$33b2o89b2o89b2o$13bo19b 2o69bo19b2o69bo19b2o$13bobo88bobo88bobo$13b3o88b3o88b3o$15bo90bo90bo$30b2o89b2o89b2o$30b2o89b2o89b2o3$6b2o89b2o89b2o$7bo20b2o68bo20b2o68bo
20b2o$4b3o15b2o4bobo64b3o15b2o4bobo64b3o15b2o4bobo$4bo18bo6bo64bo18bo
6bo64bo18bo6bo$20b3o7b2o79b3o7b2o79b3o7b2o$20bo90bo90bo!

Sphenocorona
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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

I found a transparent reaction between a BG and a block - the block and the first eater to interact are the only two still lives required, but I added the others trying to get a conduit out of it. Can anyone else make something of this?

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x = 17, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
2$b2o$b2o$12b2o$12bobo$14bo$14b2o$b2o$bobo$3b2o! A for awesome Posts: 1950 Joined: September 13th, 2014, 5:36 pm Location: 0x-1 Contact: ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Sphenocorona wrote:I found a transparent reaction between a BG and a block - the block and the first eater to interact are the only two still lives required, but I added the others trying to get a conduit out of it. Can anyone else make something of this? Code: Select all rle This is the best I could come up with: Code: Select all x = 62, y = 76, rule = LifeHistory 3$42.2C$41.B2C2B$42.4B$41.6B2.B$37.10B.B2C$36.13B2C$36.14B$36.14B$32.
2C2.8B3.B$31.B2CB.7B$32.2B2.7B$31.2B3.6B$30.BC2B.7B$15.2C13.C.C9B$14.
B2C2B12.C.8B$15.4B9.3C4.6B$16.4B8.C7.6B$14.5B16.7B$12.7B6.2C8.6B$12. 7B5.B2CB7.6B$11.2C7B5.3B7.6B$11.2C9B4.B.B.B3.7B$12.B.18B3.7B$15.19B. 6B$15.18BD7B$15.8B2D7BDBD7B$11.B3.8B2D7BDBD8B$11.2B3.17BD10B$11.3B2.
31B6.2C$11.4B2.11B2D7B2D9B5.C$12.4B.10BD2BD5BD2BD8B2.BC.C$13.4B.10B2D 7B2D9B2.B2C$14.4B2.32B$15.4B.13BD17B$16.16BDBD16B$17.15BDBD14B$15.18B
D15B$14.2C32B$14.2CB.32B$15.B2.33B$19.32B$19.31B$12.39B$11.16B2D22B$
11.16B2D21B$11.40B$11.41B$8.B.11B2.2B.27B$7.2C9B8.9B2D17B$7.2C7B10.9B 2D18B$8.7B11.29B$8.7B12.27B$10.5B12.29B$12.4B11.25B.B2C$11.4B12.25B2.
C$10.B2C2B12.24B4.3C$11.2C13.25B6.C$23.B.26B$22.2CB.25B$22.2C25B$23.B
.14B2C9B$26.7B.5B2C10B$28.4B4.14B2C$26.5B2.3B.10B2.BC.C$26.2C4.15B5.C
$27.C4.15B5.2C$24.3C4.8B2C6B$24.C6.8BCBC4B$31.10B2C3B$31.14B$32.5B.4B
$32.2B!  It turns a BG into a glider, three blocks, a HF, and three(!) Herschels. There might be something that can be done to clean it up, but it would still have an immense repeat time. P.S. Sorry about the nonstandard H-FNGs; I can never remember the beehive one. 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 M. I. Wright Posts: 372 Joined: June 13th, 2015, 12:04 pm ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Cleaned up somewhat: Code: Select all x = 44, y = 40, rule = LifeHistory 23.2A$23.2A6$13.2D$2A11.2D$2A12$25.2D$25.2D2$40.2A$40.A$41.3A$43.A2$
8.2A$8.2A$25.2A$25.2A$36.2A$36.A.A$12.2A24.A$13.A24.2A$10.3A12.2A$10. A14.A.A$27.2A!

I can't see a way to get rid of the middle block without reworking the whole thing, though.

Edit: removing the leftmost eating block turns it into a block-keeper. Could be useful if the debris can be taken care of.

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x = 84, y = 41, rule = LifeHistory
63.2A$20.2A41.2A$20.2A5$43.2D$2C41.2D$2C15$80.2A$37.2A41.A$37.A43.3A$38.3A42.A$40.A$48.2A$5.2A41.2A$5.2A58.2A$22.2A41.2A$22.2A52.2A$33.2A
41.A.A$33.A.A16.2A24.A$9.2A24.A17.A24.2A$10.A24.2A13.3A12.2A$7.3A12.
2A26.A14.A.A$7.A14.A.A42.2A$24.2A!

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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

What I think is a new H-to-pi:

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x = 38, y = 29, rule = LifeHistory
23.2C$23.C$10.3D7.BC.C$10.DBD3.3B.B2C$10.DBDB2.5B$9.12B10.2C$6.2B.11B
12.C$5.2C14B11.C.2C.C$5.2C13B11.2C.C.2C$6.2B.12B.B7.B$8.18B4.B3C$3.2C 2.24BC2.C$3.C3.24B2.2C$2C.C.26B$C2.C.2C23B$2.2C.C.2B.20B$5.C.B2.15B.B
2.BC$5.2C4.B.10B6.C.C$13.9B8.2C$14.11B$14.12B$14.12B$15.11B$13.4B.4B 3CB$13.2C4.4BC2B$14.C4.2B3C2B$11.3C6.6B$11.C8.7B$22.B.4B!

I don't think it connects to anything, though. I do think the boat+BTS catalysis is something to look in to further.
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

A for awesome wrote:What I think is a new H-to-pi:
I don't think it connects to anything, though. I do think the boat+BTS catalysis is something to look in to further.
Interesting first catalysts!
A quick 2 catalyser search with the new Bellman version I'm working on finds this new H-to-G too (SE30T14):

Edit: As noticed by Extrementhusiast in the next post, the lower catalyser pair can be replaced by a block. Updated pattern.

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x = 33, y = 35, rule = LifeHistory
13.2C$14.C$12.C$12.5C$16.C$10.4C$10.C2.C$20.2C$20.C$21.C$20.2C9.2C$2C 29.C$.C27.C.C$.C.C25.2C$2.2C7$2.E$2.E.E$2.3E$4.E9$13.2C$13.2C!

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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

A for awesome wrote:I do think the boat+BTS catalysis is something to look in to further.
I don't, as it's equivalent to a block:

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x = 81, y = 23, rule = LifeHistory
74.2A$75.A$75.A.2A.A$74.2A.A.2A2$74.3A$74.A2.A$76.2A$22.2A$22.2A2$73. A$72.A.A$73.2A5$11.3C51.3C$2.2D8.C43.2D8.C$3.D6.3C44.D6.3C$3D51.3D$D
53.D!
However, this discovery is not completely in vain, as that particular eating mechanism of the BTS could be used elsewhere.
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### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

chris_c's H-to-Pi from here creates a new H-to-G (NW26T109) if the Pi is stopped short.

It is a lot smaller than previous H-to-G:s with that mod-8 timing. It would for example create a much smaller "d4" syringe rephasing here.

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x = 28, y = 26, rule = LifeHistory
6.C13.C$6.3C10.C.C$9.C10.C$2C6.2C$.C24.2C$.C.C23.C$2.2C17.2C.3C$21.2C .C6$2.E$2.E.E18.2C$2.3E18.2C$4.E6$16.2C$16.C$17.3C$19.C!  Extrementhusiast Posts: 1817 Joined: June 16th, 2009, 11:24 pm Location: USA ### Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits Period-doubling pi-to-pi, which could possibly be made into an actual conduit: Code: Select all x = 27, y = 17, rule = LifeHistory 7.2D15.3D$7.2D17.D$24.3D2$9.3C$9.C.C$2.2A5.C.C$.A.A$.A$2A4$16.2A$16.A$17.3A\$19.A!

However, getting the pi there might get a bit tight.
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