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|Number of cells||20|
|Discovered by||Andrzej Megier|
|Year of discovery||2008|
Eve is a methuselah with a lifespan of 30046 generations, discovered by Andrzej Megier on June 29, 2008. It was found by testing random walk patterns in combination with a moderately distanced predefined pattern (in this case, the "<" hexomino).
The stable pattern that results from Eve (excluding 46 escaping gliders) has 2820 cells and consists of 211 blinkers (including 17 traffic lights), 198 blocks, 132 beehives (including six honey farms), 38 boats, 21 loaves, 13 ships, seven ponds, six tubs, two long boats, two toads, one boat-tie, and one pulsar.
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