24827M

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24827M
x = 8, y = 7, rule = B3/S23 6bo$3bobo$o4bo$b2o$2bobo$3bo$5b3o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]]
Pattern type Methuselah
Number of cells 13
Bounding box 8×7
MCPS 16
Lifespan 24827 generations
Final population 5151
L/I 1909.8
F/I 396.2
F/L 0.207
L/MCPS 1551.7
Discovered by Simon Ekström
Year of discovery 2017

24827M is a methuselah with a lifespan of 24827 generations, discovered by Simon Ekström on March 10, 2017.[1]

Stable pattern

The stable pattern that results from 24827M has a total of 5151 cells, giving the methuselah an unusually high F/I ratio of 396.2. Excluding 81 escaping gliders, it consists of 341 blinkers (including 29 traffic lights and one interchange), 333 blocks, 196 beehives (including eight honey farms), 77 loaves, 57 boats, 24 ships, 15 ponds, 11 tubs, three toads, two beacons, two half-bakeries in the form of a full bakery, one long boat, one mango, and one paperclip.

See also

References

  1. Simon Ekström (March 10, 2017). Re: Long-lived methuselahs (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums