The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » December 6th, 2018, 6:55 pm

2718281828 wrote:Here, I posted a dove to G...
It fits well to this...
I think this finally almost justifies the "D" in the first post. We have a way to get from a century to a dove to a glider, and eventually back to a dove again.

However, for a dove to really count as a branch point, there kind of needs to be a way to get from the same dove to some _other_ signal, and then back to the dove again. We have the old Fx176 Herschel-to-pi-to-dove-to-Herschel, but we can't mix and match that with this other path, the catalysts are on opposite sides and there's no room on the other side.

This new path does look promising for getting something else out, though -- a different glider, at least, and that would be enough to certify a dove as a branch point.

-- Why do we have both "wing" and "dove" in the Elementary Conduits definition list, anyway? Maybe we should just remove "wing", since it turns into a dove in two ticks before there's any chance of interacting with it to change its evolution? EDIT: Ah, it's because I'm wrong. Must be out of practice with W and D, please disregard.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Kazyan » December 6th, 2018, 7:12 pm

dvgrn wrote:Entity Valkyrie has pointed out in the LifeWiki PF35W article that the new improved PF35W, like the previous variant, allows for an F176 as well as an Fx176 -- both with a repeat time of 73 instead of 75, and with better clearance for following dependent conduit gliders. So the Herschel conduit ZIP file in Golly's pattern collection is a bit out of date there.
Related: here's a cute p2 way to tighten a row from the W-to-H.

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x = 51, y = 30, rule = LifeHistory
32.2A$27.2B.2B2AB$20.2A4.3A5B$20.A.A4.B2.5B$17.BA.A.3A3.9B$14.2A.B2A
5.A3.8B$B12.B2A2B6.2A.3BD7B2.2B2.2B$8B6.4B6.6B2D15BD$4BC4B3.6B8.6BD
14BDBD$2B3C4B2.6B7.7B2D3B2A9B3DB$2BCBC4B.7B6.13B2A11BD$2BC15B5.25B$
19B3.12B.2B.3B.B$2.30B$4.29B$5.20B3D8B$4.23BD9B$4.21B3D8B$2.2AB.3B2.
21B$.A.AB6.20B$.A8.20B$2A7.12B.8B.B$8.10B5.8B2A$7.4B.6B6.7B.A$6.4B3.B
.B10.5BA3.2A$5.4B5.3B7.5B2.A.A2.A$4.4B5.B2AB7.2A3.2A2.3A$3.4B7.2A9.A
2.A2.2A$2.4B16.3A4.2A2.A$.4B17.A9.2A!
EDIT:
dvgrn wrote:-- Why do we have both "wing" and "dove" in the Elementary Conduits definition list, anyway? Maybe we should just remove "wing", since it turns into a dove in two ticks before there's any chance of interacting with it to change its evolution?
They are different patterns; they just have similar-looking first steps--run the isolated wing and dove to completion to see that they are indeed different explosions.
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by 2718281828 » December 6th, 2018, 9:46 pm

dvgrn wrote: However, for a dove to really count as a branch point, there kind of needs to be a way to get from the same dove to some _other_ signal, and then back to the dove again.
Other signal means H, R, pi, isn't it? Not just another glider?

Still, another dove to G:

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x = 31, y = 39, rule = LifeHistory
4$17.A$5.2A8.3A$4.A2BA6.A$4.BABA2B4.2A$4.2BA9B$6.8B$8.11B2.B$8.11B.3B
$8.15B$9.15B$7.17B$6.5B3C11B$7.4BCBC11B$7.3BC2BC11B$7.2BC2BC13B$7.3B
2C14B$7.18B$6.19B$5.21B$5.7B.13B$6.19B$6.21B$6.22B$6.4BD8B2.6B$8.2B2D
8B2.3B$9.DBD7B$9.8B$15.B$14.3B$14.B2AB$15.2A!
It also fits:

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x = 88, y = 75, rule = LifeHistory
74.A$62.2A8.3A$61.A2BA6.A$61.BABA2B4.2A$61.2BA9B$53.A8.9B$45.2A5.A.A
6.15B2.B$46.A4.2BAB7.14B.3B$46.A.AB2.2B8.18B$47.2AB.B.6B2.20B$49.11B
2.19B$40.A9.10B2.6B3D11B$39.A.A7.13B.5BDBD11B$39.A.A5.20BD2BD11B$37.
3A.2A4.19BD2BD13B$36.A4.B5.20B2D14B$37.3AB2AB3.35B$39.A.2A39B$43.40B$
43.7B3D30B$43.7BDBD29B$44.6BD2BD3B6.21B$43.9B2D3B6.22B$43.15B5.4BD8B
2.6B$44.13B8.2B2D8B2.3B$44.12B10.DBD7B$28.B16.10B11.8B$28.2B18.10B14.
B$28.3B17.11B3.B8.3B$28.4B13.14B2.3B7.B2AB$29.4B11.20B8.2A$30.4B8.23B
.B$31.4B6.25B2A$15.4B13.4B5.25B2A$16.4B7.2A4.4B3.27B$17.4B5.B2AB4.4B.
28B$18.4B5.3B5.27B2.B$19.4B3.B.B6.31B$20.4B.6B4.32B$21.10B2.34B$13.2A
7.45B$14.A8.42B.B2A$14.A.AB6.39B3.BA.A$15.2AB.3B2.38B7.A$17.21B3D18B
10.2A$17.23BD17B$18.20B3D14B$17.38B$15.39B$13.19B3.17B$13.2BC15B5.14B
$12.3BCBC4B.7B7.13B$13.2B3C4B2.6B7.7B.5B$12.5BC4B3.6B6.2A7.3B$11.10B
6.4B7.A6.2A$10.4B12.B2A2B4.3A7.A$10.3B14.2A.B2A2.A7.A.A$8.4B18.BA.A.A
7.2A$8.2A23.A.A.2A$9.A23.A.A.2A$6.3A25.A$6.A!
Edit1:
Another one Dove-to-G:

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x = 36, y = 29, rule = LifeHistory
3$5.A$5.3A$8.A$7.2A$7.4B$9.2B$8.5B$6.8B$4.11B$3.13B$2.16B$3.8B2D7B$3.
9B2D6B11.2A$2.9BD8B12.A$3.19B7.3A$4.5B3C10B7.A$4.5BCBC17B$5.3BC2BC18B
$5.2BC2BC20B$6.2B2C22B$6.26B$7.4B.2B6.12B$8.2B10.10B$21.6B$23.3B!
also fitting:

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x = 97, y = 74, rule = LifeHistory
5$61.A$61.3A$64.A$63.2A$63.4B$65.2B$64.5B$62.8B$60.11B$50.A8.13B$42.
2A5.A.A6.16B$43.A4.2BAB7.8B2D7B$43.A.AB2.2B8.9B2D6B11.2A$44.2AB.B.6B
2.9BD8B12.A$46.11B2.19B7.3A$37.A9.10B2.6B3D10B7.A$36.A.A7.13B.5BDBD
17B$36.A.A5.20BD2BD18B$34.3A.2A4.19BD2BD20B$33.A4.B5.20B2D22B$34.3AB
2AB3.44B$36.A.2A30B6.12B$40.28B8.10B$40.7B3D19B8.6B$40.7BDBD19B10.3B$
41.6BD2BD3B6.8B$40.9B2D3B9.2B$40.15B$41.13B$41.12B$25.B16.10B$25.2B
18.10B$25.3B17.11B3.B$25.4B13.14B2.3B$26.4B11.20B$27.4B8.23B.B$28.4B
6.25B2A$12.4B13.4B5.25B2A$13.4B7.2A4.4B3.27B$14.4B5.B2AB4.4B.28B$15.
4B5.3B5.27B2.B$16.4B3.B.B6.31B$17.4B.6B4.32B$18.10B2.34B$10.2A7.45B$
11.A8.42B.B2A$11.A.AB6.39B3.BA.A$12.2AB.3B2.38B7.A$14.21B3D18B10.2A$
14.23BD17B$15.20B3D14B$14.38B$12.39B$10.19B3.17B$10.2BC15B5.14B$9.3BC
BC4B.7B7.13B$10.2B3C4B2.6B7.7B.5B$9.5BC4B3.6B6.2A7.3B$8.10B6.4B7.A6.
2A$7.4B12.B2A2B4.3A7.A$7.3B14.2A.B2A2.A7.A.A$5.4B18.BA.A.A7.2A$5.2A
23.A.A.2A$6.A23.A.A.2A$3.3A25.A$3.A!
Edit2:
A signal splitter, Dove to G+R, the position of the R doesn't look too bad, still it does not fit with something else:

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x = 38, y = 29, rule = LifeHistory
2$8.A$8.3A$11.A$10.2A$10.4B$12.2B$11.5B$9.8B$7.11B$6.13B$5.10BD5B$6.
9B2D6B$6.8BDBD6B$5.18B$6.19B$7.5B3C10B$7.5BCBC15B4.B$8.3BC2BC17B.B2A$
8.2BC2BC6BD13B2A$9.2B2C7B3D10B.B$9.12BD10B$10.4B.2B6.8B$11.2B11.7B$
25.5B$26.2B!

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » December 6th, 2018, 10:33 pm

2718281828 wrote:
dvgrn wrote: However, for a dove to really count as a branch point, there kind of needs to be a way to get from the same dove to some _other_ signal, and then back to the dove again.
Other signal means H, R, pi, isn't it? Not just another glider?
No, I think any branch to a different signal counts as a real branch point. The key is that the output signal can itself be converted to any other type of signal.

Just add a syringe to the D-to-G to get a Herschel, or whatever other signal type is wanted -- and it will be a Herschel at a spacetime location that you can't get from the other D-to-G. That means it's really time to add C-to-D and D-to-G categories to the Elementary Conduits Collection.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Freywa » December 7th, 2018, 4:44 am

Entity Valkyrie wrote:BF293B:

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x = 71, y = 80, rule = B3/S23
10bo$9bobo$9bob2o6$16bo$15bobo$16b2o12$b2o$b2o7$58b2o10bo$58b2o8b3o$
67bo$67b2o3$2b2o62b2o$3bo62b2o$3o4b2o3b2o$o6bo4bo2bo$5bobo5b3o$5b2o$
12bob2o$12b2obo$26b2o$25bobo$25bo$24b2o2$63b2o$63b2o2$21b2o$21bobo$22b
2o32bo$18b2o35b3o$17bobo35bob2o$17bo$16b2o7$24b2o$24b2o9$36b2o$32b2o2b
2o$31bobo$31bo$30b2o!
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » January 2nd, 2019, 3:47 am

Here's an Lx251 that Freywa pointed out a few days ago in a message on Discord:

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x = 36, y = 62, rule = LifeHistory
24.B$23.3D$23.BDB$22.2B3D$22.5B$22.6B$22.6B$22.5B$21.6B$22.6B$21.7B$
21.6B$21.6B$21.6B$20.8B$21.8B$20.9B$13.2A5.9B$14.A5.10B$14.A.AB2.5B2A
3B$15.2AB.6B2A4B$11.2A4.14B$12.A4.7BD7BA.2A$12.A.AB.6B3D4B2.2A.A$13.
2AB.5BD2B2D2B$15.13B$16.12B$16.9B$13.12B$13.11B$10.B.16B.BA$9.2A7BD
10BA.A$9.2A6B3D9B.2A$10.B.7BD7B$13.10BD3B$15.7B3D3B$14.10BD2B$5.2A7.
9B$6.A7.10B$6.A.AB4.10B3.2A$7.2AB.13B2.A2.A$9.18B3A$9.16B.B$10.16BAB
2A$9.15B.B2A2.A$7.18B.B2.2A$5.19B$5.2BC15B$4.3BCBC4B.7B$5.2B3C4B2.6B$
4.5BC4B2.6B.2B$3.10B4.7B2A$4.2B10.6B.B2A$.B2AB12.6B.B$3.A13.6B$3A14.
5B$A16.4B$B14.5B$15.2A$16.A$13.3A$13.A!
It certainly fits the criteria, but somehow it has escaped being added to the H-to-H collection until now.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Extrementhusiast » January 3rd, 2019, 2:44 am

dvgrn wrote:Here's an Lx251 that Freywa pointed out a few days ago in a message on Discord:

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RLE
It certainly fits the criteria, but somehow it has escaped being added to the H-to-H collection until now.
I had implied this one just ten posts ago, along with an Lx194:

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x = 31, y = 65, rule = LifeHistory
19.B$18.3D$18.BDB$17.2B3D$17.5B$17.6B$17.6B$17.5B$16.6B$17.6B$16.7B$
16.6B$16.6B$16.6B$15.8B$16.8B$15.9B$15.9B$15.10B$15.5B2A3B$15.5B2A4B$
15.11B$15.4BD7BA.2A$17.B3D4B2.2A.A$11.2A4.BDB2D2B$12.A4.6B$12.A.AB.6B
$13.2AB.7B$15.8B$16.8B$16.9B$13.12B$13.11B5.2A$10.B.11B6.A$9.2A7BD5B
2.BA.A$9.2A6B3D5B.B2A$10.B.7BD7B$13.15B$15.13B$14.13B$5.2A7.12B$6.A7.
10B$6.A.AB4.10B3.2A$7.2AB.13B2.A2.A$9.18B3A$9.16B.B$10.16BAB2A$9.15B.
B2A2.A$7.18B.B2.2A$5.19B$5.2BC15B$4.3BCBC4B.7B$5.2B3C4B2.6B$4.5BC4B2.
6B.2B$3.10B4.7B2A$2.4B10.6B.B2A$.B2AB12.6B.B$3.A13.6B$3A14.5B$A16.4B$
15.5B$15.2A$16.A$13.3A$13.A!
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » October 16th, 2019, 4:06 pm

Cross-posting EV2/AbhpzTa's new R49 Herschel conduit here.

It seems to imply a number of potentially useful composite conduits like Fx119+R49 = Lx168, not to mention A for Ampere's expectation that the key catalyst may be able to solve similar suppression problems elsewhere, e.g., where the loaf + J. Random Catalyst doesn't fit:

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#C no usefulness is warranted or implied,
#C   this is just a stabilized version of A for Ampere's example.
x = 73, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
22b2o48bo$23bo46b3o$23bob2o35b2o5bo$4bo16b3obo28bo5b3obo4b2o$3bobo9bo
4bo4bo27bobo3bo4bo$3bobo8bobo3b5ob2o25bobo4b3obob2o$b3ob2o7bo2bo6bobo
24b3ob2o5bobo2bo$o14b2o3b2obo3bo22bo14b2o$b3ob2o13bo3b3o24b3ob2o$3bob
2o14b2obo28bob2o$22bo$22bobo$23b2o$12b3o47b3o$13bo49bo$11b3o47b3o!

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » October 24th, 2019, 5:42 am

Kazyan wrote:
June 8th, 2015, 12:53 pm
This produces an explosion so comically large it's practically a methuselah--looks like a good candidate for bait restoration attempts for that Spartan G-to-X dream.

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x = 35, y = 32, rule = B3/S23
2bo$o$4bo$2bo$6bo$4bo$8bo$6bo$10bo$8bo$12bo$10bo$14bo$12bo$16bo$14bo$
18bo$16bobo$17b2o4$28bo4b2o$27bobo3b2o$22b2o3bobo$22b2o4bo3$31b2o$31bo
$32b3o$34bo!
How to restore block?

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x = 34, y = 56, rule = B3/S23
17bo$15b3o$14bo7b2o$14b2o6bo$20bobo$20b2o8$16bo$17b2o$16b2o4$27bo4b2o$
26bobo3b2o$21b2o3bobo$21b2o4bo2$4b2o$4bobo23b2o$5bo24bo$31b3o$33bo5$2b
2o$bobo$bo$2o7b2o$9b2o16$9b3o$11bo$11b2o!
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » October 24th, 2019, 5:57 am

Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote:
October 24th, 2019, 5:42 am
How to restore block?
Nothing comes to mind right away. This isn't a place where Bellman has enough room to work. An elementary single-input "factory" conduit that could drop that block back in there without getting in the way of the output would be pretty close to miraculous.

So I guess the restoration would probably have to be done with a composite conduit, synchronizing two gliders, maybe like this:

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x = 34, y = 56, rule = LifeHistory
17.A$15.3A$14.A7.2A$6.A7.2A6.A$7.2A11.A.A$6.2A12.2A12$17.A$16.2BA$16.
3AB7.A4.2A$17.4B5.A.A3.2A$18.3B2D3.A.A$19.2B2DB3.A$19.4B$4.2A14.2B$4.
A.A11.4B8.2A$5.A12.4B8.A$19.4B8.3A$20.2B2A9.A$21.2AB$22.BA3$2.2A$.A.A
$.A$2A7.2A$9.2A16$9.3A$11.A$11.2A!
Maybe an NW31 edge shooter could be used for one glider instead, but that would just make things more expensive -- it takes more circuitry to build a synchronized Herschel and glider than to just synchronize two gliders.

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Re: The Hunting of the Elementary Conduits

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » November 16th, 2019, 6:00 am

Moosey wrote:
March 15th, 2019, 4:03 pm
Gamedziner wrote:
Extrementhusiast wrote:Let's make things confusing, shall we?

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x = 73, y = 26, rule = LifeHistory
11.2A54.2A$12.A55.A$10.A55.A$10.5A51.5A$14.A55.A$10.2A54.2A$9.A.A53.A
.A$9.2A54.2A$13.2A54.2A$13.A.A53.A.A$.2D12.A39.2D14.A$2D13.2A37.2D15.
2A$.2D52.2D$2.D53.D8$.3C53.3C7.2A$2.C8.2A45.C8.A.A$2.3C6.A46.3C8.A$
12.3A54.2A$14.A!
The first one fails, as a glider destroys an eater.
Not really; the syringe on its own is destroyed by its Herschel. It works. So does the first one.

A good way to show this is that the conduit can be chained up to other conduits, e.g. BRx46B:

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x = 27, y = 29, rule = LifeHistory
21.2A$22.A$20.A$20.5A$2A22.A$2A7.2A9.2A$9.2A8.A.A$19.2A$23.2A$.A21.A.
A$A.A8.2D12.A$A.A7.2D13.2A$.A9.2D$12.D8$11.3C$12.C8.2A$12.3C6.A$22.3A
$24.A$3.2D.D$4.3D$5.D!
New (possibly?) conduits: Lx231 and Lx235:

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x = 123, y = 74, rule = LifeHistory
11.B2.2B2.2B63.B2.2B2.2B$10.11BD60.11BD$6.B2.12BDBD54.B2.12BDBD$5.2AB
.B2A9B3DB52.2AB.B2A9B3DB$5.2A3B2A11BD53.2A3B2A11BD$6.B.14B56.B.14B$8.
7B.B63.7B.B$7.7B65.7B$6.8B64.8B$6.8B64.8B$3.3B.8B60.3B.8B$3.12B60.12B
$2.2A11B.2B56.2A11B.2B$2.2A5BD7B2A55.2A5BD7B2A$3.B.3B3D4B.B2A56.B.3B
3D4B.B2A$5.5BD4B2.B59.5BD4B2.B$6.9B63.9B$6.10B62.10B$6.11B61.11B$7.
11B61.11B$6.12B60.12B$5.14B58.14B$2.17B55.17B$.2A15B55.2A15B$.2A15B
55.2A15B$2.17B55.17B$6.16B56.16B$7.16B20.2A34.16B22.2A$7.16B21.A34.
16B23.A$8.16B18.A37.16B20.A$5.20B17.5A30.20B19.5A$5.20B21.A30.20B23.A
$4.20B18.2AB31.20B20.2AB$3.22B15.BA.AB30.22B17.BA.AB$3.24B11.3B2A2B
30.24B13.3B2A2B$4.26B2.2B2.7B.B2A29.26B2.2B4.7B.B2A$2.10B.13BD15B2.BA
.A26.10B.13BD17B2.BA.A$2.2A4.2B2.7B.4BDBD6B2D7B5.A26.2A4.2B2.7B.4BDBD
6B2D9B5.A$3.A4.B4.B.3B2.4B3D5B2D8B5.2A26.A4.B4.B.3B2.4B3D5B2D10B5.2A$
3A4.2A3.2A2B4.4BD8B2D6B31.3A4.2A3.2A2B4.4BD8B2D8B$A6.A4.A2.AB4.13BD7B
30.A6.A4.A2.AB4.13BD9B$5.A.A5.3A12.2B.B.9B35.A.A5.3A12.2B.B.11B$5.2A
20.3B5.8B34.2A20.3B7.8B$9.2A.A.2A7.2A.2BA7.7B38.2A.A.2A7.2A.2BA9.7B$
9.A.2A.A8.A.2BA.A3.11B37.A.2A.A8.A.2BA.A5.11B$14.A9.A2.B2A2.12B42.A9.
A2.B2A4.11B$14.2A9.A6.12B42.2A9.A8.11B$23.A.5A2.11B52.A.5A4.11B$22.A.
A4.A2.B3D4B.4B49.A.A4.A4.B3D4B2.B2A$22.A.A2.A4.2BD4B4.2A49.A.A2.A6.2B
D4B3.BA.A$23.A3.2A3.2B3D2B4.A51.A3.2A5.2B3D2B6.A$32.6B6.3A59.6B7.2A$
32.6B8.A59.6B$32.6B68.6B$32.5B69.5B$31.6B68.6B$32.6B68.6B$31.7B67.7B$
31.6B68.6B$31.6B68.6B$31.6B68.6B$30.8B66.8B$31.8B66.8B$30.9B65.9B$30.
9B65.9B$30.10B64.10B$30.5B2A3B64.5B2A3B$30.5B2A4B3.2A58.5B2A4B3.2A$
30.11B3.A59.11B3.A$30.4BC7BA.A59.4BC7BA.A$32.B3C4B2.2A62.B3C4B2.2A$
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Re: The Hunting of the Elementary Conduits

Post by dvgrn » November 16th, 2019, 7:36 pm

Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote:
November 16th, 2019, 6:00 am
New (possibly?) conduits: Lx231 and Lx235...
Moved this post over from the Elementary Conduits thread, since these aren't elementary. They're based directly on Extrementhusiast's HR44B / HR48B posting, so there's not a whole lot new about them. Could you please post links to your source messages when they're available? Otherwise people end up thinking, "I know I've seen that before somewhere" and wasting time on unnecessary searches.

EDIT: The quotation of Extrementhusiast's original post makes it a lot easier to find where things are coming from, so that's pretty good. Direct links (of the kind that the new forum software automatically creates for new quotations) are even better. It's possible to track back from the link to Moosey's posting, so this maybe isn't the best example of a problematic message. This one might be a better example: no words labeling the first pattern to say what it is, and nothing to say that it's an exact copy of another pattern posted in multiple other places. Duplicating patterns is usually not such a good idea anyway, but duplicating them without even saying what they are or where they came from is really not very nice. It's confusing, and it's a waste of people's time.

The Lx235 (with the older HR48B variant) is already in gmc_nxtman's H-to-H collection from a couple of years ago, which is in Golly's pattern collection. The Lx231 will have to get added whenever someone does the next H-to-H update, along with everything else that's new since August 2017.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » January 10th, 2020, 5:32 am

These reactions are definitely known, but this is a Stop and Restart:

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x = 34, y = 40, rule = B3/S23
24b2o$16b2o6bo$16b2o4bobo$22b2o$27bo$25b3o$24bo$24b2o$2bo$2bo$3o9b2o$o
11b2o18b2o$31bobo$31bo$30b2o5$33bo$31bobo$31b3o$31bo9$29b2o$29bobo$31b
o$31b2o$27b2o$18b2o7bo$3bo14b2o8b3o$3b2o25bo$2bobo!
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » January 10th, 2020, 9:10 am

Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote:
January 10th, 2020, 5:32 am
These reactions are definitely known, but this is a Stop and Restart...
Something very similar was used in the ladder circuit in Paul Chapman's prototype universal constructor from 2004. The only differences are that the block gets delivered from a different direction to keep the diagonal input lane clear, and the extra blinker doesn't get cleaned up by a catalyst because it's needed to absorb an extra glider anyway:

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x = 118, y = 112, rule = LifeHistory
7B.4B14.4B.6B61.4B$.7B.4B12.4B.7B60.4B$2.7B.4B10.4B2.6B60.4B$3.7B.4B
8.5B2.6B59.4B$4.7B.4B6.6B3.B2A3B57.4B$5.7B.4B3.9B.2B2A5B54.4B$6.7B.4B
.10B.9B53.4B$7.2B.19B2.9B.B49.4B$6.4B.18B.11B2A47.4B$7.34B2A46.4B$7.
35B46.4B$9.33B45.4B$11.29B46.4B$12.30B43.4B$11.26B2.B2A17.A9.A14.4B$
11.25B4.A18.3A5.3A13.4B10.A$10.24B.B2A3.3A5.2A11.A3.A15.4B11.3A$9.25B
.BA.A4.A4.A.A10.2A.B.2A13.4B15.A14.A$9.24B5.A9.A12.7B12.4B15.2A12.3A$
7.2AB3.6B.11B7.2A7.2A14.3B13.4B4.B.7B3.3B.2B7.A$6.A.AB.5B2.9B.4B15.B
13.6B11.4B.13B5.5B6.2A$6.A4.2A3.12B.4B12.3B9.2B2.6B4.36B2.5B$5.2A5.A
2.14B.4B9.6B7.4B.7B2.42B$9.3A3.15B.4B5.10B2.16B2.41B2A$9.A6.20B3.30B.
22B2A17B2A$14.30B2A46B2A16B.B$14.2A2.3B.22B2A34B2.2B3.23B$15.A3.B2.
55B11.10B2.9B$12.3A7.53B16.6B3.8B$12.A10.51B19.3B4.7B$30.18B3.B.22B
20.B3.11B$31.7B.9B7.11B2.7B20.2A2.12B$32.7B.4B12.3B.4B6.3B.B2A19.A2.
12B$33.7B.4B10.A4.2B2AB9.BA.A15.3A4.11B$34.7B.4B7.3A6.2A13.A15.A4.4B.
8B$35.7B.4B5.A24.2A19.2A4.7B$36.7B.4B4.2A45.A4.7B$37.7B.4B47.3A6.6B$
38.7B.4B46.A8.7B$39.7B.4B54.8B$40.7B.4B54.8B$41.7B.4B53.8B$42.7B.4B
51.6B2.B2A$43.7B.4B35.A14.7B.BA.A$44.7B.4B34.3A13.6B4.A$45.7B.4B36.A
5.B4.8B4.2A$46.7B.4B34.2A3.4B.6B2AB$47.7B.4B33.16B2A2B$48.7B.4B34.17B
$49.7B.4B32.17B$50.7B.4B32.13B$51.7B.4B33.12B$52.7B.4B34.10B$53.7B.BA
BA33.11B$54.7B.B2AB33.2B.7B$55.7B.A3B32.11B$56.7B.4B30.11B$57.7B.4B
29.11B$58.7B.4B28.11B$59.7B.4B27.8B2.B2A$60.7B.4B26.7B3.BA.A$61.7B.4B
25.7B6.A$62.7B.4B24.6B7.2A$63.7B.4B22.7B$64.7B.4B20.8B$65.7B.4B18.8B$
66.7B.4B16.9B$67.7B.4B14.4B.6B$68.7B.4B12.4B.7B$69.7B.4B10.4B2.6B$70.
7B.4B8.5B2.6B$71.7B.4B6.6B3.B2A3B$72.7B.4B3.9B.2B2A5B$73.7B.4B.10B.9B
$74.2B.19B2.9B.B$73.4B.18B.11B2A$74.34B2A$74.35B$76.33B$78.29B$79.30B
$78.26B2.B2A$78.25B4.A$77.24B.B2A3.3A5.2A$76.25B.BA.A4.A4.A.A$76.24B
5.A9.A$74.2AB3.6B.11B7.2A7.2A$73.A.AB.5B2.9B.4B15.B$73.A4.2A3.10B3.4B
12.3B$72.2A5.A2.12B3.4B9.6B$76.3A3.14B2.4B5.10B$76.A6.20B3.12B$81.30B
2A3BAB$81.2A2.3B.22B2A2B2AB$82.A3.B2.25B2A2B$79.3A7.26B2AB$79.A10.28B
$97.4B.13B$98.4B4.9B$99.4B4.4B$100.4B4.4B$101.4B4.4B$102.4B4.4B$103.
4B4.4B$104.4B4.4B$105.4B4.4B$106.4B4.4B$107.4B4.3B$108.4B4.2B$109.4B
4.B$110.4B$111.4B!

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » January 22nd, 2020, 12:33 am

Weird H-to-R:

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x = 72, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
o28bo28bo$3o9bo16b3o26b3o7b2o$3bo7bobo18bo9bo18bo6bo$2b2o7bobo17b2o7b
3o17b2o7bo$10b2ob2o24bo28b2o$40bo$10b2ob2o24b2o27b2o$9bobobo24bo28bobo
$10bo2bo25b2o27bo$bo9b2o17bo9bo18bo9b3o$bobo26bobo7bobo16bobo9bo$b3o7b
2o17b3o8b2o16b3o$3bo7b2o19bo28bo!

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Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » February 3rd, 2020, 1:22 am

L219:

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x = 117, y = 46, rule = B3/S23
35b2o11b2o52b2o$36bo10bobo53bo12bo$36bobo8bo55bobo8b3o$37b2o7b2o56b2o
7bo$114bo$46b2o65b2o$45bobo64bo$46bo66b2o$37bo9b3o54bo9bo$37bobo9bo54b
obo7bobo$37b3o64b3o8b2o$39bo66bo2$47bo66bo$45b3o64b3o$44bo66bo$43bobo
64bobo$44bo66bo3$42b2o65b2o$42b2o65b2o$2b2o65b2o$2bo66bo$3o64b3o3$12b
2o65b2o$12b2o65b2o2$39b2obo2bo60b2obo2bo$40bob4o61bob4o$38bobo64bobo$
38b2o2b2o61b2o2b2o$2b2o39bo25b2o39bo$2b2o38bo26b2o38bo$42b2o65b2o$38bo
66bo$38b3o64b3o$2b2o37bo27b2o37bo$2b2o36b2o27b2o36b2o2$11b2o23b2o40b2o
23b2o$11b2o9b2o12bobo39b2o9b2o12bobo$22b2o14bo50b2o14bo$38b2o65b2o!
P.S. I know that is the wrong thread, but all the Herschel conduit threads are pretty much dead, so I have to post it in an active thread. Sorry for the off-topic-ness!

EDIT: R64, but blinker can't be restored:

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x = 36, y = 34, rule = B3/S23
31bo$30bobo$30bobo$29b2ob3o$35bo$2o27b2ob3o$bo27b2obo$bobo$2b2o5$14bo$
14bo$14bo6$bo$bobo$b3o15b2o$3bo15b2o7$13b3o$13bo$12b2o!
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Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread

Post by dvgrn » February 3rd, 2020, 9:08 am

Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote:
February 3rd, 2020, 1:22 am
L219:
...
EDIT: R64, but blinker can't be restored...
That "R64" would sound a lot more interesting if you mentioned the LWSS output! A good H-to-LWSS would be very nice to have. But I agree that it looks like a lost cause to get that blinker back into place. It can be done with synchronized gliders with no problem, but the mechanism will end up being larger than known H-to-LWSS converters.

The L219 might be a lost cause also. At least, I can't find any reasonable way to get a signal in to the input and a signal out of the output. I didn't try H-to-Gs that cross all the possible input conduits, but something like that would slow down the repeat time so much that the circuit wouldn't often be usable in practice. Did I miss a good connection?
Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote:
February 3rd, 2020, 1:22 am
P.S. I know that is the wrong thread, but all the Herschel conduit threads are pretty much dead, so I have to post it in an active thread. Sorry for the off-topic-ness!
Okay, you've got me seriously puzzled here. This "Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits" thread might count as "pretty much dead" if your messages and mine don't count -- but why don't we count?

This is a thread that will be active whenever someone discovers a new Herschel conduit, and inactive otherwise. That doesn't make it dead. It will jump back to the top of the active list whenever someone posts, just like any other thread.

Anyway, that post really really didn't belong in the Oscillator Discussion thread, as far as I can tell, since it would be difficult to make an oscillator out of either pattern.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Jormungant » February 3rd, 2020, 4:09 pm

well well, managed to make that r64 h-to-h prototype into a proper blinker to lwss converter... now one needs to insert that glider I suppose.

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x = 45, y = 40, rule = LifeHistory
4$28.2A$24.B2.B2AB4.A$24.2B2.2B4.A.A$24.5B5.A.A$33.2A.3A$34.B4.A$32.B
2AB3A$32.B2A.A$6.B.B23.B$5.2A2B$5.2A2B8.6B$6.2B10.5B$6.B11.BC3B$18.BC
3B$18.BC3B$18.5B2$8.8B$6.10B$4.12B$4.2BC9B$3.3BCBC4B.2B$4.2B3C4B2.B8.
2A$3.5BC4B2.B8.2A$2.10B$2.3B10.B$2.2B$2.B$16.6B$16.5B$16.2B3D$18.DB$
17.3D$18.B!

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » February 3rd, 2020, 5:14 pm

Jormungant wrote:
February 3rd, 2020, 4:09 pm
well well, managed to make that r64 h-to-h prototype into a proper blinker to lwss converter... now one needs to insert that glider I suppose.
Inserting the blinker isn't too bad when you only have to synchronize a couple of gliders, I guess. Here's the first thing that worked, with an Ee2 H-to-2G:

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x = 151, y = 142, rule = LifeHistory
62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.
5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B$62.5B
53.2A$62.5B52.A.A$62.5B46.2A4.A$61.6B4.2A38.A2.A2.2A.4A$60.8B2.B2AB4.
A32.2A.A.A.A.A2.A$59.10B2.2B4.A.A34.A.ABABAB$59.13B5.A.A34.A.AB2AB$
58.15B3.2A.3A33.AB.2B$52.21B4.B4.A35.3B$51.23B.B2AB3A36.4B6.2A$52.22B
.B2A.A36.3B2AB6.A$49.B.25B40.3B2AB3.BA.A$48.2A26B38.10B.B2A$48.2A24B
39.13B$32.A16.2B.22B38.6B3D5B$30.3A16.B2.23B36.7BD7B$17.A11.A22.9BCAC
12B34.4B2.3BD4B$17.3A9.2A20.25B33.4B5.6B$20.A9.B20.25B32.4B4.9B$7.2A
10.2A9.3B19.24B31.4B5.2A4.4B$8.A10.5B5.6B16.25B30.4B7.A5.4B$8.A.AB9.
4B3.10B11.26B30.4B5.3A7.4B$9.2AB.3B4.6B2.11B3.2B2.19B.9B29.4B6.A10.4B
$11.7B.9BD3B2A15BD26B27.4B19.4B$11.17B2D2B2A15BDBD12B.4B3.5B25.4B21.
4B$12.17B2D18B3D12B.2B2AB4.4B23.4B23.4B$11.18BD21BD5B.7B2.2A6.4B21.4B
25.4B$9.19BD29B.6B11.2B2D19.4B27.4B$7.18B.B3.13B.4B2.3DB.9B13.BDBD6.A
10.4B29.4B$7.2BC13B7.7B.B4.4B2.3BD3.8B14.D3B5.3A7.4B31.4B10.2A$6.3BCB
C4B.6B20.3B2.3BD5.8B14.4B7.A5.4B33.4B9.A$7.2B3C4B2.B.5B16.2AB3.4B7.7B
8.A6.4B5.2A4.4B35.4B10.A$6.5BC4B7.2A15.A.AB2.4B9.6B6.3A7.4B4.9B30.2A
5.4B5.5A$5.10B8.A16.A4.4B10.2B3D2B4.A11.4B5.6B32.A5.4B4.A$4.4B16.3A
12.2A3.4B11.2BD4B4.2A11.4B2.3BD4B32.A.AB.7B2.B3A$4.3B19.A16.4B12.B3D
4B.4B12.7BD7B31.2AB.7B3.2B.A$2.4B36.4B13.11B15.6B3D5B33.3B2D7B4A$2.2A
37.4B14.12B15.13B33.2BDBD2B2A3BAB2.2A$3.A36.4B15.12B16.10B.B2A31.4BD
2B2A2B.B3A2.A$3A36.4B17.11B18.3B2AB3.BA.A30.10B3.B.A.2A$A37.4B13.2A6.
7B19.3B2AB6.A29.8B8.A$37.4B15.A5.8B5.2A14.4B6.2A27.9B7.2A$36.4B16.A.A
B.8B6.A15.3B35.4B2.3B$35.4B18.2AB.9B2.BA.A12.AB.2B35.4B3.5B$34.4B21.
12B.B2A12.A.AB2AB33.4B7.2A$33.4B22.14B14.A.ABABAB31.4B8.A$32.4B23.2A
12B11.2A.A.A.A.A2.A28.4B10.3A$31.4B24.2A12B11.A2.A2.2A.4A27.4B13.A$
30.4B27.B.9B14.2A4.A30.4B$29.4B32.6B21.A.A27.4B$28.4B32.6B23.2A26.4B$
27.4B34.5B50.4B$26.4B35.D2B2D2B47.4B$25.4B36.B3D4B2.2A41.4B$24.4B35.
4BD7BA.A39.4B$23.4B36.11B3.A38.4B$22.4B37.5B2A4B3.2A36.4B$21.4B38.5B
2A3B41.4B$20.4B39.10B40.4B$19.4B40.9B40.4B$18.4B41.9B39.4B$5.2A10.4B
43.8B38.4B$6.A9.4B43.8B38.4B$4.A10.4B45.6B38.4B$4.5A5.4B5.2A33.2A4.6B
37.4B$9.A4.4B5.A35.A4.6B36.4B$6.3AB2.7B.BA.A35.A.AB.7B34.4B$5.A.2B3.
7B.B2A37.2AB2.6B33.4B$5.4A7B2D3B41.8B33.4B$3.2A2.BA3B2A2BDBD2B41.8B
32.4B$2.A2.3AB.2B2A2BD4B42.8B30.4B$2.2A.A.B3.10B43.7B8.A20.4B$5.A8.8B
43.6B6.3A19.4B$5.2A7.9B42.2B3D2B4.A21.4B$15.3B2.4B41.2BD4B4.2A19.4B$
13.5B3.4B40.B3D4B.4B10.A7.4B$13.2A7.4B32.2A5.11B10.3A6.4B$14.A8.4B30.
B2AB4.12B8.A8.4B$11.3A10.4B29.4B4.12B8.2A6.4B$11.A13.4B29.2B6.11B5.5B
5.4B$26.4B27.5B7.9B3.4B6.4B$27.4B25.7B.2B2.10B.7B4.4B$28.4B24.5B2.23B
3.4B$29.4B23.29B3.4B$30.4B22.35B$31.4B21.34B$32.4B20.33B$33.4B20.31B$
34.4B19.29B$35.4B18.10B.17B$36.4B17.9B2.18B$37.4B14.2AB2.6B3.15B.B2A$
38.4B12.A.AB4.2B5.15B.BA.A$39.4B11.A13.10B.3B6.A$40.4B9.2A12.7B.2B3.B
7.2A$41.4B21.4B.3B$42.4B19.4B3.B$43.4B6.A10.4B$44.4B5.3A7.4B$45.4B7.A
5.4B$46.4B5.2A4.4B$47.4B4.9B$48.4B5.6B$49.4B2.3BD4B$50.7BD7B$51.6B3D
5B$52.13B$53.10B.B2A$55.3B2AB3.BA.A$55.3B2AB6.A$57.4B6.2A$57.3B$54.AB
.2B$53.A.AB2AB$53.A.ABABAB$50.2A.A.A.A.A2.A$50.A2.A2.2A.4A$52.2A4.A$
58.A.A$59.2A!
This has some implications for when the next signal can follow, though. You could only process signals separated by an even number of ticks.

It would probably be better to extract the gliders from the input signal, and have them get there before the Herschel does -- maybe connecting up to a different 2G blinker recipe:

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x = 35, y = 43, rule = LifeHistory
23.2A$23.2A5.A$29.A.A$29.A.A$28.2A.3A$34.A$13.A.A12.2A.3A$14.2A12.2A.
A$14.A$2A$2A2$14.D$14.D$14.D3$22.2A$21.2A$23.A$.C$.C.C$.3C15.2A$3.C
15.2A7$13.3D$13.D$12.3D8$17.2A$16.A2.A$17.2A!
That would reduce the recovery time by quite a bit. Looks like it would still be over 200 ticks, so probably this isn't an improvement over known composite X-to-LWSSes that can match the repeat time of a syringe. Still, it's a nice reminder that more things like this are bound to be out there, waiting to be found --

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Extrementhusiast » May 3rd, 2020, 3:56 pm

HL161H with new edgy SW glider output (shown here with an HF116H tacked on the end):

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x = 83, y = 71, rule = LifeHistory
31.2A$31.A.A$33.A4.2A$29.4A.2A2.A2.A$29.A2.A.A.A.A.2A$32.A.A.A.A$33.
2A.A.A$37.A2$23.2A$24.A7.2A$24.A.A5.2A$25.2A2$54.A$52.3A$51.A$51.2A2$
15.2A18.2A$16.A18.A23.2A$14.A21.3A21.A$14.5A14.3A2.A21.A.2A$19.A13.A
2.A15.2A4.3A2.A$16.3A12.A.A2.2A14.2A3.A3.2A$15.A15.2A24.4A$15.4A24.2A
15.A$13.2A3.A3.2A18.A.A12.3A$12.A2.3A4.2A18.A13.A$12.2A.A25.2A14.5A$
15.A45.A$15.2A42.A$59.2A2$23.2A$24.A$21.3A$15.2A4.A38.2A7.2A$15.2A43.
2A7.A.A$67.A.A.3A$67.2A5.A$73.2A3$5.2A$4.A2.A$5.2A75.D$50.D29.3D$48.
3D29.D.D$2.2A44.D.D29.D$3.A44.D$3A$A$37.2A$38.A$10.2A25.A$10.2A25.2A
2$41.2A$7.2A32.2A3.A$6.A.A36.A.A$6.A14.2A23.A.A9.2A$5.2A14.2A25.A10.A
$48.2A6.3A$21.3D32.A$13.2A7.C$13.A7.ADCD$14.A5.2A.2A$13.2A6.A2.A$21.A
3.A$21.A!
Sadly, its edginess is reduced by the three Snarks involved, which was the only way I could find to stabilize the NE. (Removing the snake+block+eater combo in the SW and the extra W block (below one of the Snarks) gives a slightly messier, but perhaps still manageable, result. Other early modifications could modify the reaction to where the block and eater are no longer relevant to the evolutionary sequence.)
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Jormungant » May 4th, 2020, 3:19 pm

Well, the fix can be done with a periodic reflector... I have been wondering if there is any repository for non-stable conduits for a while now

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x = 145, y = 45, rule = LifeHistory
113.A$21.A91.A3.A$21.A3.A79.2A6.A2.A$13.2A6.A2.A81.A5.2A.2A$14.A5.2A.
2A80.A7.ADCD$13.A7.ADCD80.2A7.C$13.2A7.C90.3D$21.3D17.2A$37.2A.A.3A
52.2A14.2A23.2A$5.2A14.2A12.A2.A.A4.A52.A14.2A23.2A$6.A14.2A12.2A2.A.
5A52.A.A$6.A.A32.A57.2A$7.2A31.A3.2A$39.A3.A.A$39.2A3.A57.2A23.A14.2D
$10.2A23.A66.2A23.3A12.2D$10.2A23.3A92.A$38.A90.2A$37.2A53.A47.5B$A
91.3A43.7B$3A92.A42.2BD4B$3.A44.D45.2A41.3BDBD2B$2.2A44.D.D87.2B3D2B$
48.3D86.5BD2B$50.D46.2A37.9B$5.2A89.A2.A35.4B$4.A2.A89.2A$5.2A2$128.D
2BD2BD$36.D2BD2BD86.D3BD2B$37.D3BD2B85.BDBD2B$37.BDBD2B64.2A18.3BAC4B
$15.2A18.3BAC4B63.2A14.2A2.2BA2BA4B$15.2A14.2A2.2BA2BA4B77.BABA4BABA
3B$30.BABA4BABA3B79.B3A3.BA3B$31.B3A3.BA3B80.2B2A5.5B$31.2B2A5.5B77.
2A2B9.2A$30.2A2B9.2A77.3AB9.A$30.3AB9.A78.3B11.3A$30.3B11.3A75.3B13.A
$30.3B13.A75.B2AB$30.B2AB89.2AB$31.2AB91.B$33.B!


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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » May 4th, 2020, 4:25 pm

Jormungant wrote:
May 4th, 2020, 3:19 pm
Well, the fix can be done with a periodic reflector... I have been wondering if there is any repository for non-stable conduits for a while now.
The "non-stable conduits" collection and the "stable conduits with slow repeat times and up to three Snarks" collection could both fairly easily be populated with hundreds of new conduits. But it's not clear that either of those collections would ever get very much use.

Karel Suhajda was the last one to do very much with periodic conduits. His Hersrch search program supported non-stable conduits. So when the gun collection was first completed for periods below 1000, many of the smallish Herschel loops that Hersrch came up with included spark-supported circuits.

These days, by and large, Herschel loops just aren't small enough to claim very many places in the gun collection, because Herschel-and-glider loops can usually be packed a lot smaller. And periodic conduits tend to be a little bigger on average than stable conduits, so you have to get pretty lucky to shoehorn a new periodic conduit into the gun collection anywhere.

Besides the gun collection, most of the uses of Herschel circuitry these days, like Goldtiger997's megaconverters, the line crosser, the most recent binary-tape device, and so forth, really are easier to work with if the circuitry is stable. It's just a little too awkward to figure out how to guarantee that input signals won't come in in the wrong phase -- or at least it used to be, until universal regulators suddenly got a lot smaller recently! But even now, the choice between having to add universal regulators vs. just not having to worry about phase issues... makes for a definite bias toward stable circuitry.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Jormungant » May 4th, 2020, 4:58 pm

Well, it works with the rectifier too... not really an amazing recovery time.

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x = 75, y = 91, rule = LifeHistory
10$38.A$38.A3.A$30.2A6.A2.A$31.A5.2A.2A$30.A7.ADCD$30.2A7.C$38.3D2$
22.2A14.2A$23.A14.2A$23.A.A$24.2A3$27.2A23.A$27.2A23.3A$55.A$54.2A$
17.A$17.3A$20.A44.D$19.2A44.D.D$65.3D$67.D$22.2A$21.A2BA34B.4B$21.B2A
4B2.25B4.4B$21.5B4.7B9.8B4.4B$21.4B6.6B10.5B5.4B$21.3B7.3B.2B10.4B5.
4B$21.3B8.3B.B9.4B5.D3B$21.4B6.3B11.4B5.D3B$21.3B7.B2AB10.3B5.B3D$21.
3B8.2A11.2B5.4B$21.B23.B5.4B$29.A7B13.4B2.B$29.3A5B$29.3BA3B$29.2B2A$
29.B.4B$33.2B.B$30.5B$30.5B$30.5B$22.A7.8B3.4B2.6B$22.3A5.9B.8B2A4B$
25.A3.18BA2BA3B$24.2A.21B2A4B$24.29B$26.26B$25.26B$26.24B$25.13B3A8B$
24.14BA.9B$24.15BA.7B$24.10B2A9B$23.11B2A4B$23.17B$23.16B$24.14B$24.
14B$28.11B$28.10B$28.9B$28.7B$26.2A3B$21.2A2.A2BA$21.A3.BABA$18.2A.A.
4BA$19.A.A.2AB$18.A2.A.BAB$18.2A2.A4.A$23.5A30.3A$58.A$22.A.2A33.A$
22.2A.A!
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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by dvgrn » May 4th, 2020, 5:11 pm

Jormungant wrote:
May 4th, 2020, 4:58 pm
Well, it works with the rectifier too... not really an amazing recovery time.
Yeah, 370 ticks, and the edge-shooter ability kind of gets ruined again -- though at least the output lane is transparent.

I was really grateful for the totally arbitrary 300-tick limitation in the Herschel conduit collection that gmc_nxtman maintained for a while That really does seem to be about the right value to exclude huge piles of very vaguely possibly useful stuff, while including most things that might ever really be good to have available.

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Re: The Hunting of the New Herschel Conduits

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » May 19th, 2020, 10:15 pm

Is this ERx62H (Eheptomino conduit) new? (discovered by hand)

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x = 12, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
10b2o$10bo$8bobo$8b2o7$o$obo$3o$bo4$3b2o$3b2o10$b3o$3bo$3b2o!
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