Lone dot agar

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A lone dot agar is an agar in which every live cell is isolated in every generation. There are many different lone dot agars; all of them are phoenixes. In 1995, Dean Hickerson and Alan W. Hensel found stabilizations for finite patches of ten lone dot agars to create period-2 oscillators. One of these is shown below:

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