AbhpzTa wrote: ↑January 5th, 2021, 8:40 am

Sphenocorona wrote: ↑January 5th, 2021, 4:52 am

Another near-miss conduit, an HF96P (not to be confused with HF95P) with cleanup problems...

Recovery time 144...

Wow, nice find, Sphenocorona and AbhpzTa! It's relatively rare to find a new pi output that's actually usable, with enough clearance to be able to take some advantage of the pi's symmetry to produce alternate outputs:

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```
x = 71, y = 76, rule = LifeHistory
54.A12.4B$52.3A11.4B$51.A13.4B$51.2A11.4B$48.5B10.4B$46.5B11.4B$33.A
11.9B7.4B$14.BC17.3A8.14B2.4B$13.BCBC19.A5.16B.4B$13.BCBC13.2C3.2A2.
23B$14.BC2B12.C.C2.26B$12.5B14.CB4.23B$11.9B2.6B.3B4.24B$11.22B2.10BD
14B$12.33B2D12B$11.18B2C5B3D7B2D11B$9.20B2C7BD7B3D11B$7.29B3D7B2D11B$
7.2BE35B2D11B$6.3BEBE20B2.11BD12B$7.2B3E17B.B2.25B$6.5BE16B6.23B$6.
20B9.22B$6.2B5.14B8.17B.2B$6.B4.17B7.2A4.12B$11.2C2.14B7.A7.9B$2.2A8.
C2.15B3.3A9.8B$3.A5.3C3.15B3.A12.5B.B2A$3A6.C6.15B17.3B.BA.A$A16.13B
16.5B4.A$19.5B3.2B17.2AB6.2A$17.6B3.2B19.A$17.2C.B4.B2CB15.3A$18.C7.
2C16.A$15.3C$15.C4$44.A$44.3A$47.A$46.2AB6.2A$46.5B4.A$48.3B.BA.A$46.
5B.B2A$33.A11.8B$14.BC17.3A8.9B$13.BCBC19.A4.12B$13.BCBC13.2C3.2A2.
13B.2B$14.BC2B12.C.C2.22B$12.5B14.CB4.20B$11.9B2.6B.3B4.22B$11.22B2.
10BD12B$12.33B2D11B$11.18B2C5B3D7B2D11B$9.20B2C7BD7B3D11B$7.29B3D7B2D
11B$7.2BE35B2D12B$6.3BEBE20B2.11BD14B$7.2B3E17B.B2.27B$6.5BE16B6.26B$
6.20B9.26B$6.2B5.14B8.27B$6.B4.17B7.2A5.16B.4B$11.2C2.14B7.A7.14B2.4B
$2.2A8.C2.15B3.3A9.9B7.4B$3.A5.3C3.15B3.A12.5B11.4B$3A6.C6.15B17.5B
10.4B$A16.13B21.2A11.4B$19.5B3.2B22.A13.4B$17.6B3.2B24.3A11.4B$17.2C.
B4.B2CB25.A12.4B$18.C7.2C$15.3C$15.C!
```

**EDIT:** I guess the majority of P-to-X conduits won't attach to this P output, at least not ambidextrously, due to the location of the boat catalyst. But here's a sample connection that works at least in one orientation, making another new H-to-G, systemic name SE34T-17:

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```
x = 56, y = 40, rule = LifeHistory
8.3D2.5D2.3D5.D2.5D9.D3.5D$7.D3.D.D5.D3.D3.2D4.D10.2D7.D$7.D5.D9.D2.D
.D4.D11.D6.D$8.3D2.3D5.2D2.D2.D4.D3.5D3.D5.D$11.D.D9.D.5D3.D11.D4.D$
7.D3.D.D5.D3.D4.D4.D11.D3.D$8.3D2.5D2.3D5.D4.D10.3D2.D5$14.BA$13.BABA
$13.BABA13.2A$14.BA2B12.A.A4.2A$12.5B14.AB2.2B2AB6.2A$11.9B2.6B.3B3.
4B7.A$11.22B2.6B2.BA.A$12.30B.B2A$11.18B2A13B$9.20B2A13B$7.37B$7.2BC
34B$6.3BCBC20B4.9B$7.2B3C17B.B4.11B$6.5BC16B7.BAB.B3.4B$5.21B9.A.A.2A
3.4B$4.4B5.14B6.3A.ABA5.4B$4.3B4.17B4.A3.A4.A4.4B$2.4B5.2A2.14B4.A2.A
.4A5.4B$2.2A8.A2.15B4.A.A.A9.4B$3.A5.3A3.15B5.A3.3A7.4B$3A6.A6.15B10.
A8.4B$A16.13B21.4B$19.5B3.2B23.4B$17.6B3.2B25.3B$17.2A.B4.B2AB25.2B$
18.A7.2A27.B$15.3A$15.A!
```

(I guess this is really more taking advantage of the queen bee's symmetry, but anyway it's definitely a good discovery.)