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Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » June 20th, 2009, 4:04 pm

I discovered this small reflector over two years ago while trying to find a stable 90 degree reflector.

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# small 90 degree reflector
# April 2007 Emerson Perkins
#CXRLE Pos=-2,9
x = 14, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
bo$2bo4b2o$3o4b2o4$7b2obo$7b2ob3o$13bo$7b2ob3o$8bobo$8bobo$9bo!
Once the glider reaches the eater the block turns into a glider at 90 degrees in just 7 generations. Although it is not a stable reflector, it only requires one block to reset and do it again. Interestingly, the eater recovers and will consume any gliders following on the same track.

I have tried various ways to rebuild the block, but this reflector is so efficient that there is no spark to work with. But I did find a stable 2g to H converter using this same initial pattern. A 2 glider salvo is converted to a Herschel and the block is replaced by the Herschel reaction, ready to go again. This could be useful when constructing in tight spaces. I did have trouble getting the herschel to enter into a herschel conduit because the still life in the conduit gets in the way of the next incoming salvo.

When I compare the reflector with the ones in the Golly blockic reflectors it rates a quick -4 generations in making the turn and belongs in the left column.

I want to post this so maybe someone can do more with it. I have not used Herschel conduits much.

The 2g to H reaction below is a recent attempt to let the herschel escape:

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#C 2g to H stable reaction with 74 gen reload
#CXRLE Pos=-21,-31
x = 38, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
35b2o$34bo2bo$35b2o4$24b2o$23bo2bo$24b2o$31b2o$31b2o3$bo$2b2o$b2o7$2bo
$obo$b2o2$26b2o$26b2o5$19bobo$20b2o$20bo6$20bo$21bo4b2o$19b3o4b2o4$26b
2obo$26b2ob3o$32bo$26b2ob3o$27bobo$27bobo$28bo!

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by Andrew » June 20th, 2009, 6:47 pm

knightlife, you should probably remove all those #CXRLE lines when posting patterns here. Golly only processes such lines if they are at the *start*, so in your examples they never actually do anything anyway.

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by calcyman » June 21st, 2009, 9:18 am

The Fx119 conduit can be bolted on to let the Herschel escape:

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x = 44, y = 37, rule = S23/B3
19bo7bo$17boo7bo$18boo6b3o11$21bo$21bo$3boboo3boo9b3o$b3oboo3boo11bo$o
$b3oboo$3bobo$3bobo$4bo7$30boo11bo$25boo3boo9b3o$25boo14bo$41bo$$24boo
$25bo5boo$22b3o6boo$22bo!

By the way, these partial reflectors are exactly the sort of device I'm looking for.

For example, Dieter discovered this:

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x = 16, y = 21, rule = S23/B3
o$3o$3bo$bboo3$5bo$4bo$4b3o$$12boo$5boo5bobo$5boo7bo$14boo6$6boo$6boo!
which I managed to incorporate into stable reflector that recovers in just 487 ticks:

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x = 134, y = 95, rule = S23/B3
24boo$24boo3$22boo$22boo$9boo$10bo102boo$10bobo100boo5boo$11boo107boo$
82boo$82bobo$84bo14boo17boo$oo82boo14bo17boo$bo98bobo21boo$bobo97boo
21boo$bboo$$20boo37boo$20boo37boo26boo$87boo$31boo$30bobbo$30bobo$31bo
3$7b3o87boo$9bo88bo28boo$8bo73boo11b3o29bo$13boo67boo11bo29bobo$13boo
110boo$$68boo23boo$69bo23bo$37bo28b3o22bobo$37b3o26bo24boo$40bo37boo$
39boo37bo$79b3o$81bo3$124boo$108boo14boo$49boo58bo22boo$42boo5bobo54b
3o23bo$42boo7bo54bo23bobo$51boo77boo$$103bo$101b3o$100bo11bo$100boo10b
3o$43boo70bo$43boo69boo$54boo53bo$37boo8bo6bo54b3o$36bobo7bobo3bobo57b
o$36bo9boo4boo57boo$35boo3$38boo$37bobo$37bo70boo$36boo70boo17boo$127b
oo$$65boo$45boo18bo62boo$45boo16bobo62bo$63boo50boo12b3o$98boo16bo14bo
$98bo14b3o$99b3o11bo$54bo46bo$53bobo$54bo$97boo$82boo13bobo$82boo3boo
10bo$87boo10boo$$53boo$53boo33boo$82boo4bo$82boo5b3o$91bo$$71boo$71bob
o$73bo$59boo12boo$59boo!
Do you have any more of these brilliant results?
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » June 21st, 2009, 5:11 pm

Andrew wrote:
you should probably remove all those #CXRLE lines when posting patterns here
I will do that.
Calcyman wrote:
Do you have any more of these brilliant results?
Calcyman, thanks for the Herschel escape, I am not up to speed on Herschel conduits.
One of my favorite reflectors makes two gliders, one turns 90 degrees left and one turns 90 degrees right
in a clean collision reaction:
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x = 13, y = 11, rule = B3/S23
7bo$bo4bobo$2bo2bo2bo$3o3b2o6$11b2o$11b2o!

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by calcyman » July 10th, 2009, 4:15 pm

A simple one-time switch can be made using your reflection reaction:


x = 92, y = 59, rule = S23/B3
38bo$37bobo$25bo11bobo$23b3o9b3oboo16bo$10bo11bo11bo20b3o$10b3o9boo11b
3oboo13bo$13bo23boboo13boo$oo10boo$bo$bobo$bboo$25boo15bo12boo$25boo
15bo12bobo$42b3o12bo$44bo12boo3$bbo$bbobo$bb3o30boo$4bo11boo18bo$16bo
16b3o$17b3o13bo$19bo3$59boo$59bobo$59bo28$89boo$89bobo$89bo!


(The F117 is added as a proof of concept; it is not part of the switch.)
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » July 11th, 2009, 1:41 pm

Cool. The H-to-Block reaction can "store" a Herschel as a block that can then be reactivated at a later time.
This also reminds me of a memory bit (the block) that has a destructive readout.
Ancient computers used "core memory" that had destructive readout but was still useful.
After readout the state of the memory bit has to be restored.
I am sure a Herschel circuit could be designed to implement this kind of memory bit.

In other words I think this switch could be made into a permanent switch by using the reflected glider to
come back and restore the block. A separate mechanism would then either "set" or "reset" the bit.
The "set" is already implemented (H-to-Block) and the "reset" is easy: destroy the block directly (not using the reflect reaction).

However, I am pretty sure there is a better way to make a permanent switch. :o :)

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by calcyman » July 11th, 2009, 3:46 pm

However, I am pretty sure there is a better way to make a permanent switch.

Yes. Dave Greene has made the most compact latch so far.


However, I've built a much larger alternative, which consists of just blocks, eaters and beehives. It contains an ingenious block toggle switch developed by Brice Due, protected using a bistable switch.
It's used (to good effect) in my infamous Spartan universal computer-constructor:


http://www.conwaylife.com/wiki/index.ph ... onstructor
http://www.conwaylife.com/wiki/index.ph ... ble_switch
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by Extrementhusiast » August 4th, 2009, 1:52 am

Speaking of clean collision reactions, I have made a collection of reflectors and duplicators out of single types of still lifes. I have been having trouble with loaves. EDIT: Never mind: got it. Now working on ships and loaves. EDIT: Whoops! I meant carriers, which by now is done. EDIT: Ships are done, and feel free to post your own single-still-life type destructive reflector.

P.S. Credit me with the idea of single still lifes making destructive reflectors.

Addendum: An R-pond collision that produces a MWSS along with some other debris.

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x = 9, y = 8, rule = B3/S23
6b2o$5bo2bo$5bo2bo$6b2o2$3o$3bo$3bo!
EDIT: Changed "single still life" to "single still life type".
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by Nathaniel » August 5th, 2009, 4:48 pm

Here's a single-still-life 90-degree reflector that came up when I was running some patterns that showed up in the Soup Search; it's made up of a single boat.

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#C small partial 90-degree reflector
x = 5, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
3bo$2bobo$3b2o2$3o$2bo$bo!
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » August 5th, 2009, 11:37 pm

Don't forget about the eater.
It is also a 90 degree reflector by itself.
The eater tends to get used only as an eater.

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x = 8, y = 6, rule = B3/S23
o$3o$3bo$2b2o3bo$5b2o$6b2o!
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by calcyman » August 6th, 2009, 5:28 am

it's made up of a single boat.
That result has been known for ages (decades, possibly?). You're not alone - most of us (including me, admittedly) have re-invented wheels before!
Addendum: An R-pond collision that produces a MWSS along with some other debris.

Wow! Adding a passive block can turn the honeyfarm into a glider, without destroying the block. Only the loaf remains.

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by Extrementhusiast » August 6th, 2009, 9:26 pm

That works, I guess. But what I meant was to have multiple instances of a single type of still life to destroy themselves and simultaneously reflect the glider. See "blockish-and-blockic-seeds.rle" in Golly for examples with blocks.
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » March 13th, 2010, 2:14 pm

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A small 90 degree reflector which uses half of a LOM (result) with the help of an eater:

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x = 15, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
2o$2o3$b2o$b2o3$12b2o$5b2o5bobo$5bo6bo$6b3o$8bo!
If the other half of the LOM could be inhibited with catalysts then only two gliders are needed to restore the two blocks:

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x = 44, y = 33, rule = B3/S23
bo$2bo$3o7$3bo$3b2o$2bobo3$17b2o$17bo$18b3o$20bo13$41b2o$41bobo$41bo!
So far I have not found a catalyst solution.

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by MikeP » March 15th, 2010, 9:06 pm

Here's a selection of small one-time reflectors and converters.

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x = 424, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo$2bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo
45bo45bo$3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o3$8bo39b2o92b
2o42b2o50bo87b2o42b2o4b2o$3b2o2bobo38bobo5bo40b2o44bo42bo5b2o43bobo43b
2o40bob3o40bo2b2o2bo44bo$3b2o3b2o39b2o3b3o39bobo2b2o39bo45bo2bobo39b2o
bob2o43bobo38bo5bo40bobob2o44bobo$53bo41bobo3b2o39b2o2b2o39b2o3bo41bob
o41b2o5bo38bob2obo42bo43b2o3b2o$8b2o44b3o37bobo47bo2bo41b3o41bo2bo41b
2o4bo40bob2o87bobo$8b2o46bo38bo48b2o43bo44b2o48b2o131bo32$bo$2bo$3o3$
6b2obo$6bob2o3$7bob2o$7b2obo!
They're a lot easier to find than true stable reflectors!

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by Axaj » March 16th, 2010, 12:30 am

MikeP wrote:Here's a selection of small one-time reflectors and converters.

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x = 424, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo$2bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo
45bo45bo$3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o43b3o3$8bo39b2o92b
2o42b2o50bo87b2o42b2o4b2o$3b2o2bobo38bobo5bo40b2o44bo42bo5b2o43bobo43b
2o40bob3o40bo2b2o2bo44bo$3b2o3b2o39b2o3b3o39bobo2b2o39bo45bo2bobo39b2o
bob2o43bobo38bo5bo40bobob2o44bobo$53bo41bobo3b2o39b2o2b2o39b2o3bo41bob
o41b2o5bo38bob2obo42bo43b2o3b2o$8b2o44b3o37bobo47bo2bo41b3o41bo2bo41b
2o4bo40bob2o87bobo$8b2o46bo38bo48b2o43bo44b2o48b2o131bo32$bo$2bo$3o3$
6b2obo$6bob2o3$7bob2o$7b2obo!
They're a lot easier to find than true stable reflectors!
What will be interesting is if we can find one that produces as much gliders as are needed to build it.
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » March 16th, 2010, 4:59 am

MikeP wrote:They're a lot easier to find than true stable reflectors!
No kidding, I found these while just "loafing around" (sorry):

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x = 150, y = 63, rule = B3/S23
116bo6bo$115bobo4bobo$115bo2bo3bo2bo$116b2o5b2o3$14bo$13bobo$13bo2bo$
14b2o2$7bo29bo29bo29bo$bo4bobo22bo4bobo22bo4bobo22bo4bobo$2bo2bo2bo23b
o2bo2bo23bo2bo2bo23bo2bo2bo$3o3b2o22b3o3b2o22b3o3b2o22b3o3b2o$147bo$
141bo4bobo$142bo2bo2bo$6bo133b3o3b2o$5bobo94b2o$5bo2bo27bo64bo2bo$6b2o
27bobo31b2o31bobo$34bo2bo30bo2bo31bo$35b2o32bobo70bo$70bo70bobo$141bo
2bo2b2o$142b2o2bo2bo$147bobo$148bo13$68b2o$67bo2bo$67bobo$68bo7$7bo10b
2o27bo$bo4bobo8bo2bo20bo4bobo$2bo2bo2bo8bobo22bo2bo2bo$3o3b2o10bo21b3o
3b2o5$12b2o38b2o$11bo2bo36bo2bo$12bobo37bobo$13bo39bo!
The second row shows an adjustable reflector that has adjustable delay.

curious:

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x = 42, y = 37, rule = B3/S23
14bo$13bobo$13bo2bo$14b2o2$7bo29bo$bo4bobo22bo4bobo$2bo2bo2bo23bo2bo2b
o$3o3b2o22b3o3b2o4$9bo29bo$8bobo27bobo$8bo2bo26bo2bo$9b2o28b2o10$30bo$
22bo6bobo$16bo4bobo4bo2bo$17bo2bo2bo5b2o$15b3o3b2o4$23b2o$22bo2bo$22bo
bo$23bo!
This is a cool one time converter, G to MWSS (from hkoenig 16 bit collisions collection)

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x = 9, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
7b2o$3b2o3bo$2bobo2bo$bo2bobo$o3b2o$2o$6bo$5b2o$5bobo!
Does anyone have a synthesis for that 16 bit still life?

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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by Extrementhusiast » March 16th, 2010, 1:35 pm

All of my one-time reflectors (most are mine, some have already been made before me):

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x = 493, y = 899, rule = B3/S23
56b2o$56bo$54bobo$54b2o4$54b2o$54bobo$54bo16$31b2o$31b2o16$78bo$77bobo
$78b2o4$20b2o$20b2o2$70b2o$69bobo$71bo6$87b2o$2o85b2o$obo$bobo3b2o$2bo
4bobo$7bo9$11bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo9$64b2o$64b2o$
11bo64bo11$11bo64bo11$11bo64bo11$11bo64bo5$20b2o$20b2o2$25b2o$18b2ob2o
2b2o$18b2ob2o$11bo64bo2$330bo$329bobo$330bo$304bo$303bobo24bo$31b3o
270bo24bobo$31bo298bo$32bo$330bo$11bo64bo252bobo$330bo2$314bo4bo5bo4bo
$313bobo2bobo3bobo2bobo$314bo4bo5bo4bo18bo$322bo25bobo$321bobo25bo$
322bo3$11bo64bo6$232b2o$230bo2bo$230b2o$270b2o$270bo2bo$11bo64bo195b2o
$213b2o$212bobo41bo$212b2o43bo65bo$255b3o54bo9bobo$311bobo9bo9bo$186bo
125bo19bobo7bo$187bo145bo7bobo$62b2o121b3o71b2o46bo20bo13bo$62b2o195bo
2bo43bobo18bobo$199b2o60b2o44bo7bo6bo5bo$11bo64bo121bobo89bo23bobo4bob
o$189b2o7b2o89bobo23bo6bo$188bobo53b2o44bo$188b2o52bo2bo$242b2o63b3o
22bo$309bo5bo15bobo$200b2o106bo5bobo15bo13bo$199bobo113bo22bo6bobo$
199b2o136bobo6bo$338bo2$11bo64bo3$199b2o$198bobo$171b2o25b2o$170bobo
33b2o$170b2o14b2o3b2o12bobo$185bobo2bobo12b2o$185b2o3b2o2$11bo64bo372b
2o$449b2o3$167b2o$62b2o102bobo$62b2o102b2o5$11bo64bo244b2o$241bo78bo2b
o4b2o$242bo77bo2bo3bo2bo135b2o$240b3o78b2o4bo2bo135b2o$220bo107b2o$30b
2o189bo71bo$30b2o180bob2o3b3o72bo19b2o131bo$212b2obo76b3o18bo2bo131bo$
245b2o66bo2bo129b3o$21b2o220bo2bo67b2o$21b2o194bob2o22b2o$11bo64bo74bo
31b2o32b2obo101b2o$152bo29bo2bo64b2o69bo2bo$150b3o30b2o63bo2bo69bo2bo$
248b2o59b2o11b2o$31b3o274bo2bo$31bo276bo2bo5b2o143b2o$32bo265b2o9b2o5b
o2bo4b2o136b2o$24b2o190bob2o77bo2bo15bo2bo3bo2bo$24b2o190b2obo77bo2bo
16b2o4bo2bo$298b2o24b2o2$11bo64bo2$155bo$154bobo$154bobo$155bo16b2o$
171bo2bo123b2o$172b2o123bo2bo$61b2o234bo2bo$61b2o235b2o$475b2o$11bo64b
o97b2o45b2o252b2o$173bo2bo8b2o33bobo$174b2o8bo2bo32b2o38b2o$26b2o157b
2o4b2o3b2o61bobo$26b2o162bo2bobo2bo26bo33b2o207b2o21b2o$191b2o3b2o28bo
241b2o21b2o$224b3o$17b2o168bo$17b2o167bobo42b2o$25b2o159bobo41bobo$25b
2o160bo42b2o$11bo64bo169b2o$31b3o153bo57bobo$17b2o12bo154bobo56b2o$17b
2o13bo153bobo93b2o$187bo94b2o$457b2o$334bo122b2o$335bo18bo$333b3o17bob
o$343bo9bo2bo$342bobo9b2o$11bo64bo264bo2bo$334bo7b2o$215bo117bobo$214b
obo115bo2bo$215b2o116b2o$194bo148bo$193bobo90b2o54bobo12b2o$59b2o133b
2o86b2o3bo53bo2bo11bo2bo$59b2o220bobo2bo55b2o12bobo$280bo2bobo71bo$
279bo3b2o$11bo64bo202b2o$205bo79bo$204bobo77b2o$205b2o77bobo2$29b2o
166bo143bo$29b2o167bo141bobo$196b3o140bo2bo84b2o$20b2o301bo16b2o85b2o$
20b2o300bobo$200bo120bo2bo$11bo64bo122bobo120b2o$134b2o64b2o$134b2o$
20b2o$20b2o9b3o$31bo$32bo$389b2o$116b2o271b2o$116b2o3bo$120bobo$11bo
64bo43b2o2b2o$124bobo$124bo2$59b2o$59b2o$401bo5b2o2b2o$302b2o98bo4b2o
2b2o$302b2o96b3o$407b2o2b2o$28b2o100bo276b2o2b2o$11bo12b2o2b2o46bo52bo
bo$24b2o103b2o271b2o$20b2o280b2o98b2o86b2o$20b2o280b2o107b2o77b2o$411b
2o5$291b2o181bo5b2ob2o$284bo6b2o182bo4b2ob2o$11bo19b3o42bo117b2o25b2o
62bo187b3o$31bo162b2o25b2o60b3o$32bo257b2o188b2ob2o$280b2o8b2o188b2ob
2o$280b2o$285b2o$275b2o8b2o6b2o185b2ob2o$275b2o16b2o185b2ob2o2$195b2o
3b2o20b2o3b2o57b2o$195b2o3b2o20b2o3b2o57b2o$11bo64bo4$23b2o$23b2o$196b
o26bo$196b2o25b2o$195bobo24bobo72b2o$19b2o276b2o$19b2o181b2o22b2o$11bo
64bo125b2o22b2o2$157b2o$157b2o5$31b3o$31bo$32bo$11bo64bo9$138b2o$138bo
bo$11bo64bo63bo$140b2o4$145b2o$145bobo$145bo2$227b2o$227b2o$11bo64bo4$
136b2o$50b2o84b2o$50b2o396b2o$360bo11b2o74b2o$215b2o144bo10b2o$208bo6b
2o142b3o$209bo$11bo64bo130b3o185b2o$214b2o179b2o59bo$204b2o8b2o170b2o
69bo5b2o$204b2o180b2o67b3o5b2o$209b2o$209b2o$377b2o94b2o$377b2o94b2o$
209b2o247b2o$209b2o247b2o$382b2o$11bo64bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4b
o255b2o$365b2o$211b2o152b2o$211b2o168b2o$98b2o271b2o8b2o$98b2o271b2o$
376b2o$376b2o2$22b2o342b2o12b2o$22b2o342b2o12b2o$11bo114bo$101b2o$100b
o2bo$101b2o3$17b2o101b2o$13b2o2b2o84b2o15b2o241b2o$13b2o88b2o7bo250b2o
$111bobo$111bobo$11bo100bo13bo$31b3o60b2o201b2o$31bo62b2o201b2o$32bo$
85b2o$85b2o2$170b2o$104b2o64b2o$103bo2bo$104b2o$11bo101b3o10bo154bo$
113bo50bo117b2o$114bo50bo115b2o$163b3o82b2o$248b2o3$160b2o3bo217b2o$
160b2o2bobo216b2o$165bo2$11bo114bo168b2o$295b2o2$51b2o339b2o$51b2o339b
2o93b2o$288b2o86b2o109b2o$288b2o86b2o$90b2o318b2o$90b2o318b2o$323b2o$
323b2o$11bo114bo189b2o57b2o$316b2o57b2o96bo6b2o$382bo77b2o12bo5b2o$24b
2o10b2o60bo4b2o276bobo6bo69b2o10b3o$24b2o10b2o58bobo4b2o132b2o142bobo
5b2o$97b2o138b2o143bo6bobo2$276b2o$276b2o197b2o$33b2o64b2o374b2o$24b2o
7b2o64b2o112b2o$11bo12b2o100bo86b2o7$202b2o$83b2o117b2o$83b2o$101b2o$
11bo89b2o23bo280bo$40b3o51b2o311bobo$40bo53b2o14b2o295b2o$41bo68b2o$
103b2o$102b2o$104bo$212bo275b2o$213bo274b2o$204b2o5b3o$204b2o$11bo114b
o96b2o123b2o126bo$223b2o123b2o127bo$231b2o242b3o$231b2o250b2o$483b2o$
470b2o$217b2o180b2o69b2o6b2o$217b2o10b2o168b2o77b2o$229b2o$96b2o$96b2o
305b2o$11bo114bo98b2o164bo11b2o66b2ob2o$225b2o163bobo78b2ob2o$390bobo
88b2o$391bo89b2o$343b2o$343bobo$344bo5$11bo64bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4b
o4bo4bo219b2o76b2o$346bobo75b2o$336b2o8bo$336b2o$71b2o$71b2o6$11bo64bo
5$374b2o$374b2o4$143b2o$11bo64bo66b2o2$147bo20b2o152b2o12bo36bo$148bo
19b2o152b2o13bo36bo$146b3o186b3o34b3o2$328b2o$160b2o166b2o$160b2o3$11b
o64bo82b2o$159b2o$70b2o265b2o4b2o29b2o4b2o$70b2o82b2o181b2o4b2o29b2o4b
2o$154b2o2$332b2o35b2o$332b2o35b2o$324b2o35b2o$324b2o35b2o2$11bo15b2o
47bo$27b2o2b2o324b2o$31b2o2b2o320b2o$35b2o304b2o35b2o$341b2o35b2o$28b
2o$28b2o5$11bo64bo2$39b3o$39bo$40bo6$69b2o$11bo57b2o5bo3$462b2o$462b2o
2$30b2o$30b2o$24b2o$24b2o$20b2o$11bo8b2o2b2o50bo372bo$24b2o2b2o413bo4b
obo$28b2o218b2o194bo2bo2bo$248b2o192b3o3b2o3$252bo9b2o37bo$253bo8b2o
38bo$251b3o46b3o$453b2o$39b3o411b2o$11bo27bo36bo$40bo221bo46b2o$261bob
o45b2o4b2o$262bobo50b2o127b2o$263bobo178b2o$264bobo$256b2o7bobo37b2o$
256b2o8bobo36b2o94b2o$69b2o196b2o62b2o68b2o$69b2o241b2o17b2o$312b2o$
11bo64bo328b2o$405b2o3$306b2o$306b2o99b2o$364bo23bo18b2o$33b2o3b2o325b
o23bo$33b2o3b2o323b3o21b3o2$374b2o$11bo64bo297b2o3$388b2o$120b2o266b2o
$120b2o24b2o$146b2o$39b3o$34b2o3bo$34b2o4bo85bo$127bo23bo$11bo64bo48b
3o24bo216b2o2b2o18b2o2b2o$150b3o31bo112b2o70b2o2b2o18b2o2b2o$185bo111b
2o$183b3o$136bo236b2o22b2o$135bobo23bo211b2o22b2o$67b2o67bobo21bobo$
67b2o68bobo21bo32bo$138bobo52bobo$139bobo52bobo181b2o22b2o$132b2o6bo
14b2o38bobo180b2o22b2o$11bo64bo55b2o21b2o39bobo$184b2o4b2o5bobo$184b2o
4b2o6bo$32b2o$32b2o3b2o$37b2o192b2o$204b2o25bobo$204b2o26bo$229b3o$
229bo2$11bo64bo$27b2o143b2o$27b2o143b2o2$39b3o$39bo$40bo2$236b2o$236bo
bo2b2o$237bo3bobo$11bo64bo157b3o4bo$234bo4$65b2o$65b2o2$26b2o$26b2o2$
11bo64bo$24b2ob2o$24b2ob2o3b2o$32b2o8$11bo64bo$39b3o$39bo$40bo8$11bo
64bo$65b2o$65b2o5$30b2o$30b2o3$11bo64bo5$23b2o$23b2o$28b2o$28b2o$39b3o
$39bo$11bo28bo35bo10$23b2o$11bo11b2o37b2o12bo$34b2o26b2o$34b2o3$23b2o$
23b2o5$11bo64bo3$40b3o$40bo$41bo6$11bo64bo2$29b2o$29b2o4$16b2o$16b2o4b
2o$22b2o38b2o$62b2o$11bo64bo11$11bo28b3o33bo$40bo$41bo9$11bo64bo9$58b
2o$58b2o$11bo15b2ob2o44bo$27b2ob2o$22b2o$22b2o5$40b3o$40bo$41bo$11bo
64bo11$11bo64bo2$32b2o$32b2o4$27b2o29b2o$27b2o29b2o3$11bo13b2ob2o46bo$
25b2ob2o3$29b2o$29b2o9b3o$40bo$41bo4$11bo64bo9$30b2o$30b2o$11bo64bo4$
57b2o$57b2o$25b2o$25b2o3$24b2o$11bo12b2o50bo2$40b3o$40bo$41bo7$11bo64b
o7$33b2o$20b2ob2o8b2o$20b2ob2o2$11bo64bo$24b2o$24b2o8$40b3o$11bo28bo
35bo$41bo10$11bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo4bo!
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knightlife
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Re: Small 90 degree reflector

Post by knightlife » March 21st, 2010, 11:56 pm

This mod of Dieter's partial reflector makes an extra glider.
The "bait" is reconstructed, but in a different way.
Actually it is a one-time glider duplicator that costs only one biblock to rebuild.

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x = 56, y = 21, rule = B3/S23
o39bo$3o37b3o$3bo39bo$2b2o38b2o3$5bo39bo$4bo39bo$4b3o37b3o2$12b2o38b2o
$5b2o5bobo30b2o5bobo$5b2o7bo30b2o7bo$14b2o38b2o3$5b2ob2o$5b2ob2o2$46b
2o$46b2o!
Dieter's reflector is shown on the right for reference.

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