Finite plane

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A finite plane is a type of bounded Life universe that takes the form of an m × n rectangle. Unlike other topologies such as a torus, the edges are not joined together, and the outside cells are always treated as dead.

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  • Top, Very Left: the traffic light predecessor evolves into a pulsar quadrant.
  • Top, Middle Left: The queen bee shuttle's beehive is surpressed by the edge. The edge also allows one Bee of the twin bees shuttle to survive alone.
  • Top, Middle Right: The century and pi-heptomino stablise into the stable bookend and house due to the absence of cells on the edge.
  • Top, Very Right: When a glider hits the edge, it turns into a block. Near the edge, a block can cleanly eat a glider.
  • Left: A B-heptomino becomes a spaceship on the edge with the support of other spaceships on the non-edge side.
  • Bottom Left: The overweight spaceship can be supported by the edge.
  • Bottom: Half of a eureka can be stabilised by the edge.
  • Bottom Right: a LWSS turns into a glider, a MWSS turns into a semi-pulsar, and HWSS dies when hitting the edge.
  • Right: Halves of many gutter-containing oscillators (and spaceships) (like the tumbler, 34P14 shuttle, Rich's p16 and 38P7.2) can be stabilised by the edge.

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