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Postby Extrementhusiast » March 11th, 2010, 1:51 am

I noticed that there was no topic for this (mainly because I've been the only one posting Generations threads). Anybody found a p8 diagonal spaceship c-speed forward rake? I've found the corresponding backward rake and two breeders in different styles: one rake and one simple extender.

I'm quite talkative, aren't I?
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby calcyman » March 11th, 2010, 3:53 am

I don't often experiment with Generations rules, but I found this ruler generator in Brian's Brain:

x = 60, y = 61, rule = /2/3
50.A2.A$48.BA4B$49.2A2.BA$52.2A$48.B3.BA$48.2A.ABA$49.BA2.A$49.B4.B$
49.BA2.BA$41.AB.AB.AB.2A.A$41.AB.AB.AB2.2BA$50.A2.B$51.BA5$24.ABA$25.
B11.2A$11.B14.AB9.2B$.A3.ABA3.2AB$B.B3.B3.B2A24.2A$2.3ABA2.3AB24.2B$A
2.B4.AB8.ABA$8B11.B17.2A$A6.A12.AB15.2B3.AB2.B$39.3BA2.2A$36.A.2A.A3.
ABA$35.B.BA3.A3.B$12.ABA20.A.B4.2BA2B$13.B22.B2AB.7AB$14.AB23.AB$54.B
$53.A.4AB$53.B2.2BA$6.ABA45.3B$7.B45.A3BA$8.AB47.A$53.BA.B2.B$54.A2B.
BA$54.A2.BA$14.AB22.AB.AB.AB.AB.AB.AB$14.AB.AB19.AB2.B2.B.AB.AB.AB.2A
.B$16.AB22.AB2ABA10.2BA$56.A$42.2A$3.2A37.2B$3.2B$42.2A$3.2A37.2B$3.
2B$42.2A$3.2A2.B.A.BA29.2B$3.2B3A.2B2.B$6.B2.2B.A29.2A2.B.A.BA$.ABA2.
2B.3BA29.2B3A.2B2.B$2.BA.B2.2A.2AB31.B2.2B.A$2.A2.AB7.A25.ABA2.2B.3BA
$3.B2.AB5.B27.BA.B2.2A.2AB$41.A2.AB7.A$42.B2.AB5.B!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Axaj » March 12th, 2010, 1:46 am

Done. :D
x = 58, y = 92, rule = /2/3
15.2A22.2A$15.2BA20.A2B$17.B20.B$16.A.A18.A.A$16.B.B18.B.B$15.A.B20.B
.A$15.B.BA18.AB.B$14.A2.A20.A2.A$14.B.BA20.AB.B$16.B22.B$18.BA16.AB$
17.AB18.BA$20.BA12.AB$20.BA12.AB$18.BA16.AB4$26.A2.A$26.4B$26.A2.A3$
26.B2.B2$55.2A$54.A2B$54.B$53.A.A$53.B.B$54.B.A$53.AB.B$54.A2.A$54.AB
.B$55.B$27.2B23.AB$27.2A24.BA$50.AB$50.AB$52.AB5$44.AB$42.AB$42.AB$
44.AB5$36.AB$34.AB$34.AB$36.AB4$11.2A$10.A2B16.B$9.AB2.A13.A.A$9.B3.B
13.2BA$10.A19.B$10.B17.B2.A$9.A19.AB$9.B19.A$10.A16.2B$10.B9.AB5.2A$
9.A.A6.AB$9.BAB6.AB$10.A9.AB6.2A$28.2B$9.B.B$10.A$2.2A$.A2B$AB2.A$B3.
B$.A$.B13.AB$A12.AB$B12.AB$.A12.AB5.AB$.B13.AB2.AB$A.A14.AB$B.B$.B$AB
A3$.B!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Extrementhusiast » March 29th, 2010, 5:34 pm

Smaller and faster:
x = 39, y = 34, rule = /2/3
2$19.BA$19.BA4$22.A.A.A$10.B9.AB.BAB.BA$8.AB10.B.A3.A.B$8.B2.BA$9.B.B
A$8.AB$6.A.A11.B2.B.B2.B$5.BAB14.2B.2B$5.A2.3BA.B7.AB.A.BA$6.B2.B2.BA
$6.AB3.BA11.B$7.AB.BA11.A.A$8.ABA11.AB.BA$9.A13.B.B$10.2B10.B3AB$10.
2A10.A.A.A$23.B.B$23.ABA$24.A$25.B2.B$25.A2BA$26.2A!

(Yes, I have the new version of Golly now.)

Rake doubler (with stabilizing rakes):
x = 125, y = 96, rule = /2/3
7$10.2A$10.2B$9.A$8.ABA$7.AB.BA$6.AB.A.BA$6.B.3A.BA$5.A.AB.B2.B$5.B4.
2B$9.A2.B$9.ABA$8.AB.A$7.B.A.B$9.BA$5.B4$18.BA$18.BA7$26.BA$26.BA3$9.
2A47.2A$9.2B46.A2BA$8.A48.B2.B$7.ABA46.A$6.AB.BA23.BA19.ABA$5.AB.A.BA
22.BA19.B.B$5.B.3A.BA41.A3.A$4.A.AB.B2.B41.BABAB$4.B4.2B44.A.A$8.A2.B
$8.ABA45.A$7.AB.A44.B.B$6.B.A.B31.BA10.AB.BA$8.BA32.BA10.2A.2A47.2A$
4.B47.AB.ABA.BA45.2B$53.B2.B2.B48.A$53.B2.B2.B47.ABA$53.B2.B2.B46.AB.
BA$17.BA33.AB2.B2.BA44.AB.A.BA$17.BA34.ABA.ABA44.AB.3A.B$50.BA52.B2.B
.BA.A$50.BA54.2B4.B$105.B2.A$106.ABA$106.A.BA$106.B.A.B$25.BA80.AB$
25.BA85.B$50.AB$50.AB5.BA$57.BA$98.AB$98.AB2$33.BA$33.BA$42.AB$42.AB
21.BA$65.BA$90.AB$90.AB5$73.BA$73.BA$82.AB$82.AB!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Lewis » May 16th, 2010, 4:26 pm

Are any other speeds of spaceship known (or even possible) in this rule, aside from the normal lightspeed ships or the small diagonal glider?
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Wojowu » January 28th, 2012, 5:46 am

Quadruple diagonal spaceship rake
x = 13, y = 25, rule = /2/3
4.BA$.BA.BA$A.BA$.BA$11.BA$11.BA$6.AB2.A$6.B2.BA$7.A2B$4.2A3.A.BA$5.
3B3.BA$4.2A.A2$4.2A.A$5.3B3.BA$4.2A3.A.BA$7.A2B$6.B2.BA$6.AB2.A$11.BA
$11.BA$.BA$A.BA$.BA.BA$4.BA!

Based on this reaction
x = 6, y = 12, rule = /2/3
4.BA$.BA.BA$A.BA$.BA7$3.2A$3.2B!

Glide symmetric spaceship
x = 4, y = 17, rule = /2/3
2.BA$2.BA$.A$BA$B$A.BA$2.BA4$2.BA$A.BA$B$.A$.A$2.BA$2.BA!

Smaller one
x = 4, y = 7, rule = /2/3
2.BA$2.BA$B$BA$.A$2.BA$2.BA!

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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Hektor » February 1st, 2012, 2:16 pm

A rake producing c/4 diagonal gliders:
x = 109, y = 45, rule = /2/3
3$64.BA$64.BA32$5.BA93.BA$6.BA2.BA42.BA45.BA2.BA$7.BA.BA43.BA2.BA41.B
A.BA$9.BA45.BA.BA43.BA$7.BA49.BA42.BA$5.BA49.BA42.BA$4.BA48.BA43.BA$
53.BA!



A breeder filling 1/4 of the plane:
x = 61, y = 40, rule = /2/3
18.BA$18.BA32$6.BA46.BA$7.BA2.BA42.BA2.BA$8.BA.BA43.BA.BA$10.BA46.BA$
8.BA46.BA$6.BA46.BA$5.BA46.BA!


And a little synthesis between them...
x = 516, y = 114, rule = /2/3
473.BA$473.BA$375.B10.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB$367.B6.2A
10.AB.AB7.AB.AB7.AB.AB7.AB2.B7.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB$366.A8.B11.AB2.B7.AB
2.B7.AB2.B7.2A49.B$360.B6.BAB6.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB10.B3.B$352.B6.2A7.A$
351.A8.B.B20.2A93.2A$345.B6.BAB6.A20.A2B47.2A43.A2B$337.B6.2A7.A28.B
2.A45.A2B43.B2.A$336.A8.B.B37.B45.B2.A45.B$330.B6.BAB6.A87.B$322.B6.
2A7.A$321.A8.B.B56.2A93.2A$315.B6.BAB6.A56.A2B47.2A43.A2B$307.B6.2A7.
A64.B2.A45.A2B43.B2.A$306.A8.B.B73.B45.B2.A45.B$300.B6.BAB6.A123.B$
292.B6.2A7.A$291.A8.B.B92.2A93.2A$285.B6.BAB6.A92.A2B47.2A43.A2B$277.
B6.2A7.A100.B2.A45.A2B43.B2.A$276.A8.B.B109.B45.B2.A45.B$270.B6.BAB6.
A159.B$262.B6.2A7.A$261.A8.B.B128.2A93.2A$255.B6.BAB6.A128.A2B47.2A
43.A2B$247.B6.2A7.A136.B2.A45.A2B43.B2.A$246.A8.B.B145.B45.B2.A45.B$
240.B6.BAB6.A195.B$232.B6.2A7.A$231.A8.B.B164.2A93.2A$225.B6.BAB6.A
164.A2B47.2A43.A2B$217.B6.2A7.A172.B2.A4.BA39.A2B43.B2.A4.BA$216.A8.B
.B181.B5.BA2.BA34.B2.A4.BA39.B5.BA2.BA$210.B6.BAB6.A180.2B7.BA.BA37.B
5.BA2.BA32.2B7.BA.BA$202.B6.2A7.A187.A.B3.B2.2A.BA36.2B7.BA.BA31.A.B
3.B2.2A.BA$201.A8.B.B193.B.BA2.2A2.BA37.A.B3.B2.2A.BA32.B.BA2.2A2.BA$
195.B6.BAB6.A199.BA.BA39.B.BA2.2A2.BA39.BA.BA$187.B6.2A7.A209.BA45.BA
.BA43.BA$186.A8.B.B264.BA$180.B6.BAB6.A$172.B6.2A7.A$171.A8.B.B$165.B
6.BAB6.A$157.B6.2A7.A$156.A8.B.B$150.B6.BAB6.A$142.B6.2A7.A$141.A8.B.
B$135.B6.BAB6.A$127.B6.2A7.A$126.A8.B.B$120.B6.BAB6.A$112.B6.2A7.A$
111.A8.B.B$105.B6.BAB6.A$97.B6.2A7.A$96.A8.B.B$90.B6.BAB6.A$82.B6.2A
7.A$81.A8.B.B$75.B6.BAB6.A$67.B6.2A7.A$66.A8.B.B$60.B6.BAB6.A$52.B6.
2A7.A$51.A8.B.B$45.B6.BAB6.A$37.B6.2A7.A$36.A8.B.B$30.B6.BAB6.A$22.B
6.2A7.A$21.A8.B.B$15.B6.BAB6.A188.BA$7.B6.2A7.A196.BA$2.B4.A7.B.B163.
AB10.AB10.AB10.AB$B5.A.B7.A164.AB10.AB10.AB10.AB$ABAB2.2BA212.B$22.AB
2.AB.AB15.AB2.AB.AB15.AB2.AB.AB15.AB2.AB.AB15.AB2.AB.AB15.AB2.AB.AB
15.AB2.A.AB$7.B.BA2.BAB5.AB.AB2.AB2.BA11.AB.AB2.AB2.BA11.AB.AB2.AB2.B
A11.AB.AB2.AB2.BA11.AB.AB2.AB2.BA11.AB.AB2.AB2.BA11.AB.AB.B$2.B3.2A.B
A2.A.A5.AB6.AB.2AB10.AB6.AB.2ABABA7.AB6.AB.2AB10.AB6.AB.2ABABA7.AB6.A
B.2AB10.AB6.AB.2ABAB8.AB4.BA4.2A46.2A$7.B2.A3.B15.AB6.B15.AB2.A.2AB
15.AB6.B15.AB2.A.2AB15.AB6.B15.AB2.A.A19.A2B45.A2B$11.B2.A23.A20.B2.A
23.A20.B2.A23.A20.B20.B2.A44.B2.A$11.A2B23.B21.A2B23.B21.A2B23.B21.A
2B21.B47.B$12.2A23.AB21.2A23.AB21.2A23.AB21.2A$18.B19.A3.B23.B19.A3.B
23.B19.A3.B$18.A20.B2.A23.A20.B2.A23.A20.B2.A44.2A46.2A$182.A2B45.A2B
$182.B2.A44.B2.A$185.B47.B3$189.2A46.2A$188.A2B45.A2B$188.B2.A44.B2.A
$191.B47.B3$195.2A46.2A$194.A2B45.A2B$194.B2.A44.B2.A$197.B47.B3$201.
2A46.2A$200.A2B45.A2B$200.B2.A4.BA38.B2.A4.BA$203.B5.BA2.BA36.B5.BA2.
BA$201.2B7.BA.BA34.2B7.BA.BA$200.A.B3.B2.2A.BA34.A.B3.B2.2A.BA$200.B.
BA2.2A2.BA36.B.BA2.2A2.BA$205.BA.BA43.BA.BA$207.BA46.BA!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Wojowu » February 1st, 2012, 3:06 pm

Extensible spaceship
x = 38, y = 29, rule = /2/3
33.BA$16.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.A.BA$17.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA.BA$36.BA5$17.BA6.
BA6.BA$16.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.A.BA$21.BA6.BA2.BA.BA$36.BA5$21.BA2.BA6.BA$
16.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.A.BA$17.BA10.BA2.BA.BA$36.BA6$9.BA2.BA2.BA6.BA6.BA
$AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.AB2.A.BA$.BA2.BA14.BA6.BA2.BA.BA$36.BA!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Hektor » February 2nd, 2012, 5:49 am

Giving spark to your extensible spaceship:
x = 26, y = 24, rule = /2/3
18.BA$19.BA3.BA$21.BA.BA$23.BA$21.BA$20.BA$19.BA13$17.BA$AB2.AB2.AB2.
AB2.A.BA$.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA.BA$20.BA!


And then perturbing it with a second rake:
x = 28, y = 43, rule = /2/3
20.BA$21.BA3.BA$23.BA.BA$25.BA$23.BA$22.BA$21.BA13$19.BA$2.AB2.AB2.AB
2.AB2.A.BA$3.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA.BA$22.BA14$17.BA$18.BA2.BA$19.BA.BA$
21.BA$19.BA$17.BA$16.BA!


Moving the second rake up and down produces different reactions
x = 26, y = 44, rule = /2/3
18.BA$19.BA3.BA$21.BA.BA$23.BA$21.BA$20.BA$19.BA13$17.BA$AB2.AB2.AB2.
AB2.A.BA$.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA.BA$20.BA15$15.BA$16.BA2.BA$17.BA.BA$19.B
A$17.BA$15.BA$14.BA!


x = 27, y = 46, rule = /2/3
18.BA$19.BA3.BA$21.BA.BA$23.BA$21.BA$20.BA$19.BA13$17.BA$AB2.AB2.AB2.
AB2.A.BA$.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA2.BA.BA$20.BA16$15.BA$16.BA2.BA$17.BA.BA$19.B
A$17.BA$15.BA$14.BA!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Wojowu » February 2nd, 2012, 6:25 am

Very regular breeder, which is glider constructible
x = 34, y = 95, rule = /2/3
32.2B$32.2A17$20.2B$20.2A3$20.2B$20.2A19$3.2B$3.2A14$13.AB$13.AB4$9.A
B$9.AB5$2A$2B18$14.2A$14.2B5$18.2A$18.2B!

p4 butterfly rake (minimal possible period). I deleted some cells to make it as small as possible
x = 11, y = 9, rule = /2/3
2.BA$2.A.BA$6.BA$2.A6.A$6.BA.BA$.2A.BA3.BA$A2.A$.A$A!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Tropylium » February 2nd, 2012, 4:16 pm

Given some supporting photons, a butterfly can be made go at 4c/8 orthogonally:
x = 63, y = 32, rule = /2/3
61.B$62.A$56.BA.BAB$56.BA2.A3$48.BA$48.BA3$40.BA$40.BA3$32.BA$32.BA3$
24.BA$24.BA3$16.BA$16.BA3$8.BA$8.BA3$BA$BA!


Other angles are obviously also possible. The basic reaction is (1,3)c/4 inwards:
x = 47, y = 28, rule = /2/3:T400,400
45.B$46.A$40.BA.BAB$40.BA2.A2$35.BA$35.BA2$30.BA$30.BA2$25.BA$25.BA2$
20.BA$20.BA2$15.BA$15.BA2$10.BA$10.BA2$5.BA$5.BA2$BA$BA!


A 2-gen delay goes at (1,5)c/12, etc.
x = 62, y = 29, rule = /2/3
60.B$61.A$55.BA.BAB$55.BA2.A4$44.BA$44.BA4$33.BA$33.BA4$22.BA$22.BA4$
11.BA$11.BA4$BA$BA!


—Are any oscillators known for this rule? There are no natural ones, but it might be possible to engineer some. For example, suppose a spaceship that fires off a copy of itself; put 4 on a square so that the original 4 annihilate pairwise, then the daughter copies repeat the reaction.
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Wojowu » February 2nd, 2012, 4:31 pm

I know about only one oscillator in this rule, which suprisingly is p3 (odd period, unlike all even-period spaceships)
x = 4, y = 4, rule = /2/3
2.A$A2B$.2BA$.A!

This pattern is even on wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian%27s_Brain
Edit:
Here you can download nice collection of oscillators: http://psoup.math.wisc.edu/mcell/users/giles_e.zip
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby edwardfanboy » March 2nd, 2012, 8:25 pm

Hektor wrote:A breeder filling 1/4 of the plane:
(RLE code)

Another breeder, using the same type of rake, but a different reflecting reaction.
x = 13, y = 21, rule = /2/3
8.AB$3.AB2.AB2.B$3.AB.AB2.2BA$4.AB2.B2A$5.AB5$10.AB$9.AB$9.AB$10.AB$
12.A$10.2BA$9.A2.B$2.AB5.B2A$.AB2.BA3.AB$AB.AB2.B2.A.A$AB2.AB.A3.B$5.
AB!

Both your breeder and mine fill 1/2 of the plane.
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby edwardfanboy » March 2nd, 2012, 8:29 pm

Wojowu wrote:Brian's Brain is my favourite Generations rule :D

Mine too :D
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby edwardfanboy » March 2nd, 2012, 8:38 pm

p8 agar
x = 240, y = 240, rule = /2/3:T240,240
AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB
6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B
2AB6.BA9$AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B
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6.B2AB6.B2AB6.BA$AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.
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2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.B2AB6.BA!

Based on this reaction
x = 2, y = 6, rule = /2/3
2B$2A3$2A$2B!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby knightlife » March 4th, 2012, 9:38 am

Replicator on a moving and growing diagonal line:
x = 8, y = 8, rule = /2/3
2A$2BA$2.BA$3.BA$2.A.BA$2.BA.BA$BA4.BA$6.BA!


This one produces backward diagonal lines that shrink to nothing:
x = 6, y = 6, rule = /2/3
2A$2BA$2.BA$.A.BA$.BA.BA$4.BA!


Both types occur "natually" out of chaos but then collide with other patterns.

Edit:
make spaceships:
x = 11, y = 11, rule = /2/3
2A$2BA$2.BA$3.BA$2.A.BA$2.BA.BA$6.BA$5.A.BA$5.BA.BA$9.BA$9.BA!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Tropylium » March 4th, 2012, 2:54 pm

Wojowu wrote:I know about only one oscillator in this rule, which suprisingly is p3 (odd period, unlike all even-period spaceships)

Not really that surprizing, p2 oscillators are impossible in Generations rules and p4+ would set much tighter constraints.

(also a ton of spaceships are p1)

knightlife wrote:make spaceships:
x = 11, y = 11, rule = /2/3
2A$2BA$2.BA$3.BA$2.A.BA$2.BA.BA$6.BA$5.A.BA$5.BA.BA$9.BA$9.BA!

Cool, don't think I've seen that fractal emulated before.
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby BlinkerSpawn » November 30th, 2014, 11:22 am

This puffer has a very interesting backwards output.
The diagonal-ship output from each half is exactly in the right position to terminate what would otherwise be infinitely growing diagonal lines.
x = 122, y = 40, rule = /2/3
.B4AB108.B4AB$.A.2B112.2B.A$2.B3.2BA104.A2B3.B$6.2A.BA100.AB.2A$9.BA
100.AB2$2.BA114.AB$4.BA.A2.BA26.B4AB34.B4AB26.AB2.A.AB$3.2A.2BA.BA26.
A.2B38.2B.A26.AB.A2B.2A$4.B4.BA28.B3.2BA30.A2B3.B28.AB4.B$3.AB.B.BA
33.2A.BA26.AB.2A33.AB.B.BA$6.B39.BA26.AB39.B$.A.A114.A.A$B.B.BA33.BA
40.AB33.AB.B.B$A.B.BA35.BA.A2.BA24.AB2.A.AB35.AB.B.A$.B2A36.2A.2BA.BA
24.AB.A2B.2A36.2AB$.A.A37.B4.BA26.AB4.B37.A.A$2.B.3B33.AB.B.BA28.AB.B
.BA33.3B.B$2.AB.B37.B34.B37.B.BA$3.A3.B30.A.A40.A.A30.B3.A$4.B.BA29.B
.B.BA36.AB.B.B29.AB.B$4.ABA30.A.B.BA36.AB.B.A30.ABA$5.A32.B2A40.2AB
32.A$6.B31.A.A40.A.A31.B$6.A32.B.3B34.3B.B32.A$5.B33.AB.B36.B.BA33.B$
5.A34.A3.B32.B3.A34.A$4.B36.B.BA32.AB.B36.B$4.A36.ABA34.ABA36.A$3.B
38.A36.A38.B$B2.A39.B34.B39.A2.B$A2B40.A34.A40.2BA$.2A39.B36.B39.2A$
42.A36.A$41.B38.B$41.A38.A$40.B40.B$37.B2.A40.A2.B$37.A2B42.2BA$38.2A
42.2A!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby towerator » December 1st, 2014, 6:39 pm

BlinkerSpawn wrote:This puffer has a very interesting backwards output.
The diagonal-ship output from each half is exactly in the right position to terminate what would otherwise be infinitely growing diagonal lines.
x = 122, y = 40, rule = /2/3
.B4AB108.B4AB$.A.2B112.2B.A$2.B3.2BA104.A2B3.B$6.2A.BA100.AB.2A$9.BA
100.AB2$2.BA114.AB$4.BA.A2.BA26.B4AB34.B4AB26.AB2.A.AB$3.2A.2BA.BA26.
A.2B38.2B.A26.AB.A2B.2A$4.B4.BA28.B3.2BA30.A2B3.B28.AB4.B$3.AB.B.BA
33.2A.BA26.AB.2A33.AB.B.BA$6.B39.BA26.AB39.B$.A.A114.A.A$B.B.BA33.BA
40.AB33.AB.B.B$A.B.BA35.BA.A2.BA24.AB2.A.AB35.AB.B.A$.B2A36.2A.2BA.BA
24.AB.A2B.2A36.2AB$.A.A37.B4.BA26.AB4.B37.A.A$2.B.3B33.AB.B.BA28.AB.B
.BA33.3B.B$2.AB.B37.B34.B37.B.BA$3.A3.B30.A.A40.A.A30.B3.A$4.B.BA29.B
.B.BA36.AB.B.B29.AB.B$4.ABA30.A.B.BA36.AB.B.A30.ABA$5.A32.B2A40.2AB
32.A$6.B31.A.A40.A.A31.B$6.A32.B.3B34.3B.B32.A$5.B33.AB.B36.B.BA33.B$
5.A34.A3.B32.B3.A34.A$4.B36.B.BA32.AB.B36.B$4.A36.ABA34.ABA36.A$3.B
38.A36.A38.B$B2.A39.B34.B39.A2.B$A2B40.A34.A40.2BA$.2A39.B36.B39.2A$
42.A36.A$41.B38.B$41.A38.A$40.B40.B$37.B2.A40.A2.B$37.A2B42.2BA$38.2A
42.2A!


I noticed something: if you let the breeder grow, it is a sierpinsky triangle generator, but in a unique way: it actually "prints" one. It is clearly visible at a zoom of 2:1. It moves at the puffer's speed.
x = 368, y = 186, rule = /2/3
74.AB2.AB$72.AB2.AB.A$70.AB6.AB$70.AB$59.AB$59.AB$60.AB$62.AB.AB$64.B
2.A$64.B.B$45.AB15.AB.BA$45.AB5.AB2.B5.B$47.AB.AB.2A6.2A2.2BA.A$47.2A
B2.AB7.AB3.2A2B$45.ABA5.AB7.BA5.A$8.AB15.AB19.B7.AB3.AB.2A.3B$7.AB14.
AB2.A10.AB7.AB6.AB.AB.AB2.A.A$7.AB12.AB.A2B6.B3.B.A16.AB.2A.A$9.AB9.A
B.2A2.A.A.A.A4.BA17.AB.AB$11.AB5.AB2.B2.2B2.2BAB5.BA18.AB$13.AB2.AB2.
2B2.2A5.A6.A25.B$15.AB.AB2.B5.2B.B4.AB.B24.BA$19.AB10.BA3.AB20.AB2.BA
$29.B.A5.A20.AB$29.AB4.2B$30.A2B2.2A$31.2A7$40.B2.B$40.A2.A$41.2B4.B$
41.2A3.A4.B$46.B.B2.AB$47.BA3.AB$45.B.A5.A$45.AB4.2B$46.A2B2.2A27.2A$
47.2A30.A2BA$78.AB2.BA$78.B4.BA$79.A4.BA$62.B16.B5.BA4.BA$62.A15.A7.B
A5.BA$61.BA11.B4.2B6.BA4.BA$60.AB10.A8.A4.A.BA.BA$62.B8.B.2B5.B6.B2.B
A$38.ABA19.B.A6.B.2B2.A11.A.BA$.AB15.AB19.B20.AB.A5.A.B2.AB12.BA$AB
14.AB2.A10.AB7.AB19.AB.B4.B2.AB2.B$AB12.AB.A2B6.B3.B.A29.ABA8.AB.A$2.
AB9.AB.2A2.A.A.A.A4.BA30.A10.AB$4.AB5.AB2.B2.2B2.2BAB5.BA29.B12.AB$6.
AB2.AB2.2B2.2A5.A6.A29.A2B11.AB$8.AB.AB2.B5.2B.B4.AB.B30.2A12.A2B$12.
AB10.BA3.AB47.2A$22.B.A5.A$22.AB4.2B$23.A2B2.2A$24.2A$92.B2$77.AB$76.
B.A$76.AB.A8.B.AB$77.AB.B7.AB2.B$33.B2.B41.ABA8.AB.A$33.A2.A42.A10.AB
$34.2B4.B.AB34.B12.AB$34.2A6.AB34.A2B11.AB172.A$44.AB33.2A12.A2B12.BA
30.BA30.BA30.BA30.BA27.B.B$94.2A14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA
14.BA14.BA14.BA10.A16.BA$94.2A14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.BA14.B
A14.BA14.BA9.A.A16.B$44.AB33.2A12.A2B12.BA30.BA30.BA30.BA30.BA26.BABA
B$34.2A6.AB34.A2B11.AB$34.2B4.B.AB34.B12.AB175.2AB$33.A2.A42.A10.AB
171.B3.2B$33.B2.B41.ABA8.AB.A154.ABA13.A2.3A$77.AB.B7.AB2.B155.B15.2B
$76.AB.A8.B.AB157.AB13.2A$76.B.A$77.AB148.ABA$228.B$92.B136.AB$24.2A$
23.A2B2.2A177.ABA$22.AB4.2B178.B$22.B.A5.A178.AB$12.AB10.BA3.AB47.2A$
8.AB.AB2.B5.2B.B4.AB.B30.2A12.A2B107.ABA$6.AB2.AB2.2B2.2A5.A6.A29.A2B
11.AB20.AB88.B$4.AB5.AB2.B2.2B2.2BAB5.BA29.B12.AB21.AB89.AB$2.AB9.AB.
2A2.A.A.A.A4.BA30.A10.AB24.AB14.BA161.B$AB12.AB.A2B6.B3.B.A29.ABA8.AB
.A25.AB10.BA.BA48.ABA109.A$AB14.AB2.A10.AB7.AB19.AB.B4.B2.AB2.B31.B
10.BA47.B111.2B$.AB15.AB19.B20.AB.A5.A.B2.AB12.BA30.BA47.AB109.2A$38.
ABA19.B.A6.B.2B2.A11.A.BA23.B4.A.BA$62.B8.B.2B5.B6.B2.BA14.B2.A9.B2.B
A23.ABA$60.AB10.A8.A4.A.BA.BA14.AB.BA6.A.BA.BA23.B$61.BA11.B4.2B6.BA
4.BA15.B8.BA4.BA22.AB$62.A15.A7.BA5.BA23.BA5.BA.BA$62.B16.B5.BA4.BA
15.A8.BA4.BA3.A.B6.B$84.BA21.B.B6.BA11.B6.A2.A$83.BA22.A.A5.BA20.2B.B
$82.BA24.B5.BA20.B.2A$47.2A27.AB2.BA30.BA$46.A2B2.2A23.AB$45.AB4.2B$
45.B.A5.A241.B$47.BA3.AB241.A$46.B.B2.AB243.2B$41.2A3.A4.B244.2A$41.
2B4.B$40.A2.A$40.B2.B5$154.2B$154.2A$31.2A$30.A2B2.2A$29.AB4.2B$29.B.
A5.A273.B$19.AB10.BA3.AB273.A$15.AB.AB2.B5.2B.B4.AB.B272.2B$13.AB2.AB
2.2B2.2A5.A6.A272.2A$11.AB5.AB2.B2.2B2.2BAB5.BA$9.AB9.AB.2A2.A.A.A.A
4.BA$7.AB12.AB.A2B6.B3.B.A$7.AB14.AB2.A10.AB7.AB$8.AB15.AB19.B$45.ABA
2$67.AB101.2B$66.B103.2A$65.ABA2$87.AB$86.B240.B$85.ABA239.A$328.2B$
107.AB219.2A$106.B$105.ABA2$127.AB$126.B$125.ABA2$147.AB37.2B$146.B
39.2A$145.ABA2$167.AB$166.B176.B$165.ABA175.A$344.2B$187.AB22.BA30.BA
30.BA30.BA30.BA3.2A$186.B24.BA30.BA30.BA30.BA30.BA$185.ABA12$359.B$
359.A2B$354.AB4.2A$354.AB$356.AB5.AB$358.AB2.AB2.B$360.AB2.2B.B$361.A
B2.B$362.AB!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Freywa » April 13th, 2015, 1:27 pm

I think this is the smallest non-chaotic breeder possible in the rule. Is there any three-cell breeder, then?
x = 2, y = 27, rule = /2/3
2A26$2A!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby Scorbie » May 16th, 2015, 2:53 am

Extrementhusiast wrote:Smaller and faster:
x = 39, y = 34, rule = /2/3
2$19.BA$19.BA4$22.A.A.A$10.B9.AB.BAB.BA$8.AB10.B.A3.A.B$8.B2.BA$9.B.B
A$8.AB$6.A.A11.B2.B.B2.B$5.BAB14.2B.2B$5.A2.3BA.B7.AB.A.BA$6.B2.B2.BA
$6.AB3.BA11.B$7.AB.BA11.A.A$8.ABA11.AB.BA$9.A13.B.B$10.2B10.B3AB$10.
2A10.A.A.A$23.B.B$23.ABA$24.A$25.B2.B$25.A2BA$26.2A!

Just for the record:
x = 12, y = 14, rule = /2/3
8.AB$6.AB.2A$5.AB2.B$4.AB.AB$3.AB.2A$2.AB2.B$AB2.AB$AB7.B$.AB3$10.AB$
8.AB$8.AB!


Edit after seeing simsim's post:
An alternative nonchaotic one:
x = 7, y = 7, rule = /2/3
2A5$6.A$6.A!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby simsim314 » May 16th, 2015, 4:43 am

Freywa wrote:I think this is the smallest non-chaotic breeder possible in the rule. Is there any three-cell breeder, then?


Three cell is impossible. But with 4 cells here is totally non chaotic (no chaotic element at all), and smaller bounding box:

x = 3, y = 10, rule = /2/3
2A9$.2A!


EDIT And another one (larger bounding box area but smaller largest edge):
x = 7, y = 8, rule = /2/3
2A7$5.2A!


EDIT2 The difference between totally non chaotic and "mainly non chaotic" can be sensed in golly. Totally non chaotic will run fast with steps of 8^10 etc. unlike mainly non chaotic will work slowly with steps of 8^3 already.
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby The Turtle » July 8th, 2015, 1:39 pm

A wick:
x = 3, y = 3, rule = /2/3
3A$A.A$.B!


And a wick puffer:
x = 14, y = 23, rule = /2/3
5.2A$5.2B$7.A$7.B$8.A$7.ABA$7.B.B$6.A$5.AB.B$5.B.BA$6.A.A$9.BA$2A2.AB
3.BA$2B2.AB2.B.A$9.B$9.BA$7.BA2$10.A$9.B.B$6.B.2A2.A$7.AB4.B$9.AB!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby muzik » March 13th, 2016, 5:24 am

Interesting

x = 68, y = 127, rule = /2/3
7$61.2A$61.2BA$63.BA$62.A.B$62.BA.A$65.B2$61.AB$61.ABA.B$64.A$64.B$
57.AB$57.AB.AB$59.AB.A$60.AB$53.AB6.A2B$53.AB.AB4.2A$55.AB.A$56.AB3.B
$49.AB7.B2.2A$49.AB.AB4.B.AB$51.AB.A2.2B.B$52.AB5.2BA$45.AB6.AB4.2A$
45.AB.AB4.AB$47.AB.A$48.AB$41.AB20.A$41.AB.AB16.BAB$43.AB.A2.B$44.AB$
37.AB6.AB$37.AB.AB4.AB$39.AB.A$40.AB$33.AB22.2A$33.AB.AB18.A2B$35.AB.
A2.B14.B$36.AB17.2A5.BA$29.AB6.AB16.BA7.B$29.AB.AB4.AB17.B6.2A$31.AB.
A21.A7.B$32.AB23.2B$25.AB29.A.A$25.AB.AB26.B5.A$27.AB.A2.B22.AB3.B.B$
28.AB30.A2.A$21.AB6.AB28.AB.B$21.AB.AB4.AB28.B$23.AB.A31.B2.A$24.AB
32.AB.B$17.AB40.AB$17.AB.AB38.A.B$19.AB.A2.B35.BA$20.AB37.2BA$13.AB6.
AB36.2A$13.AB.AB4.AB$15.AB.A$16.AB$9.AB$9.AB.AB$11.AB.A2.BA$12.AB4.AB
A30.BA$3.AB2.B5.AB5.BA30.BA$.AB.2A8.AB4.ABA30.BA$AB.AB2.2B6.AB5.BA30.
BA$AB5.2A7.AB4.ABA30.BA$10.B6.AB5.BA30.B$10.A7.AB4.ABA$11.2B6.AB5.BA$
11.2A7.AB4.ABA$21.AB5.BA$22.AB4.ABA$23.AB5.B$24.AB$18.B6.AB$18.A7.AB.
AB$19.2B6.AB.A$19.2A7.AB$29.AB$30.AB$31.AB$32.AB$26.B6.AB$26.A7.AB$
27.2B6.AB$27.2A7.AB$37.AB$38.AB$39.AB$40.AB$34.B6.AB$34.A7.AB.AB2.BA$
35.2B6.AB.A3.BA$35.2A7.AB4.ABA$45.AB5.BA$46.AB4.ABA$47.AB5.BA$48.AB4.
ABA$42.B6.AB5.BA$42.A7.AB4.ABA$43.2B6.AB5.BA$43.2A7.AB4.ABA$53.AB5.BA
$54.AB4.ABA$55.AB5.B$56.AB$50.B6.AB$50.A7.AB.AB$51.2B6.AB.A$51.2A7.AB
$61.A2B$62.2A3$58.B$58.A$59.2B$59.2A!


Replicators on a ship?

x = 3, y = 3, rule = /2/3
3A$A.A$.2A!
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Re: Brian's Brain

Postby GUYTU6J » August 8th, 2016, 11:17 pm

Tiny sierpinsky triangle generator
x = 9, y = 5, rule = /2/3
2A5.BA$2B2.BA.BA$B2.2A.BA$BA2.BA$3.BA!
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