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'''Rob's p16''' is a {{period|16}} [[oscillator]] that was found by [[Rob Liston]] on February 10, {{year|2020}} using [[Adam P. Goucher]]'s [[apgsearch]].<ref name="post89261" /> It is the smallest known period-16 oscillator in terms of both [[population]] and [[bounding box]], the first p16 to appear [[natural]]ly, the first known [[strictly volatile]] p16, and the first new [[rotor]] discovered by asymmetric soup search since the 1980s. It also gives off weak [[spark]]s.<ref name="post89263" />
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'''Rob's p16''' is a {{period|16}} [[oscillator]] that was found by [[Rob Liston]] on February 9, {{year|2020}} using [[Adam P. Goucher]]'s [[apgsearch]],<ref>{{CiteCatagolue|page=haul/b3s23/G1/477c29ce65dab871f2889810e344bece|title=Haul|accessdate=February 10, 2020}}</ref> and first noticed by a human the next day.<ref name="post89261" /> It is the smallest known period-16 oscillator in terms of both [[population]] and [[bounding box]], the first p16 to appear [[natural]]ly, the first known [[strictly volatile]] p16, and the first new [[rotor]] discovered by asymmetric soup search since the 1980s. It also gives off weak [[spark]]s.<ref name="post89263" />
  
 
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==References==

Revision as of 22:50, 10 February 2020

Rob's p16
x = 8, y = 9, rule = B3/S23 5b2o$2bo2b2o$bo4bo$bo4bo$6bo$2obobo$2ob2o2$5b3o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ GPS 4 LOOP 16 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 21
Bounding box 10×12
Period 16
Mod 8
Heat 21
Volatility 1.00
Strict volatility 1.00
Discovered by Rob Liston
Year of discovery 2020

Rob's p16 is a period-16 oscillator that was found by Rob Liston on February 9, 2020 using Adam P. Goucher's apgsearch,[1] and first noticed by a human the next day.[2] It is the smallest known period-16 oscillator in terms of both population and bounding box, the first p16 to appear naturally, the first known strictly volatile p16, and the first new rotor discovered by asymmetric soup search since the 1980s. It also gives off weak sparks.[3]

References

  1. Adam P. Goucher. "Haul". Catagolue. Retrieved on February 10, 2020.
  2. Tanner Jacobi (February 10, 2020). Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums
  3. Matthias Merzenich (February 10, 2020). Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums

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