User:Entity Valkyrie 2/Dependent conduit conflict

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A "truly dependent" conduit would be like the following example, where both the Herschel and glider are required to produce the LWSS (i.e. the Herschel depends on the glider, but the glider also depends on the Herschel). If either is removed, either the block will be removed, or an extra block will be made, which will both destroy the conduit when the next Herschel or glider comes.

xx = 90, y = 27, rule = B3/S23 2o34b2o34b2o$bo35bo35bo$bobo33bobo33bobo$2b2o34b2o34b2o4$16b2o34b2o34b 2o$16b2o34b2o34b2o2$2bo35bo35bo$2bobo33bo35bobo$2b3o33b3o33b3o$4bo35bo 35bo11$bo35bo35bo$b2o34b2o35bo$obo33bobo33bobo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART THUMBSIZE 2 WIDTH 800 HEIGHT 320 Y 6 GPS 14 ZOOM 8 PAUSE 2 T 84 PAUSE 2 LOOP 85 ]] #C [[ LABELALPHA .75 LABELSIZE 27 COLOR LABEL Blue ]] #C [[ LABEL 10 30 6 "both\npresent" ]] #C [[ LABEL 47 30 6 "without\nHerschel" ]] #C [[ LABEL 84 30 6 "without\nglider" ]]
A truly dependent conduit (click above to open LifeViewer)

The Jormungant's G-to-H is another example of a "truly dependent" conduit, where both gliders depend on each other to produce the Herschel. If either glider is removed, the conduit will break.