Hebdarole

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Hebdarole
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 97
Bounding box 24×19
Period 7
Mod 7
Heat 25.7
Volatility 0.49
Strict volatility 0.49
Discovered by Noam Elkies
Alan Hensel
Year of discovery 1997

Hebdarole is a period 7 oscillator that was found by Noam Elkies in November 1997. It was originally found in the larger but more symmetric induction coil form shown below that creates 2 sparks. The smaller version shown to the right was found soon after by Alan Hensel using a component found by David Buckingham in June 1977, but that only creates one domino spark.

Its population cycles between 97, 103, 99, 111, 103, 119, and 107 cells.

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The original form of hebdarole

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