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The '''tub-with-tail eater''', commonly abbreviated to '''TWIT''', is an [[eater]] composed of a [[block]] and a [[tub with tail]]. It is capable of eating [[glider]]s from two perpendicular directions. It is generally used to absorb gliders in situations where the standard eater is insufficient, particularly because of its edge-eating ability. Variants using different [[still life]]s are possible. For instance, the block can be replaced with a more complicated [[catalyst]], or extra catalysts can be added to [[hassle]] the block. Eaters created in this way form a significant proportion of Dean Hickerson's eater collection.
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The '''tub-with-tail eater''', commonly abbreviated to '''TWIT''', is an [[eater]] composed of a [[block]] and a [[tub with tail]]. It is capable of eating [[glider]]s from two perpendicular directions. It is generally used to absorb gliders in situations where the standard eater is insufficient, particularly because of its edge-eating ability. Variants using different [[still life]]s are possible. For instance, the block can be replaced with a more complicated [[catalyst]], or extra catalysts can be added to perturb the block. Eaters created in this way form a significant proportion of Dean Hickerson's eater collection.
  
 
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Revision as of 15:57, 5 November 2009

Eater 5
x = 9, y = 6, rule = B3/S23 7b2o$3bo3b2o$2bobo$bobo$bo$2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C Still life
Pattern type Eater
Number of cells 12
Bounding box 9×6
Discovered by Unknown
Year of discovery Unknown

The tub-with-tail eater, commonly abbreviated to TWIT, is an eater composed of a block and a tub with tail. It is capable of eating gliders from two perpendicular directions. It is generally used to absorb gliders in situations where the standard eater is insufficient, particularly because of its edge-eating ability. Variants using different still lifes are possible. For instance, the block can be replaced with a more complicated catalyst, or extra catalysts can be added to perturb the block. Eaters created in this way form a significant proportion of Dean Hickerson's eater collection.

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TWIT eating gliders

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