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## 2x2

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### Re: 2x2

And here is an MMS breeder which utilises that reaction:

Finally a breeder!
I would add it to the wiki immediately.
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### Re: 2x2

wildmyron wrote:A third(?) crawler eater - using the p26:
code

Two p4 eaters:
x = 7, y = 8, rule = B36/S125bo$2bobo2$3o$5b2o$4bobo$3b2o$3bo!

x = 11, y = 8, rule = B36/S1255bo$6bobo2$4b3o$2o7b2o$o2bo4bobo$2b2o3b2o$7bo!

A stable eater might be possible if a catalyst is found that can take the place of the p4 in the second eater.
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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### Re: 2x2

A for awesome wrote:Two p4 eaters:
x = 7, y = 8, rule = B36/S125bo$2bobo2$3o$5b2o$4bobo$3b2o$3bo!

x = 11, y = 8, rule = B36/S1255bo$6bobo2$4b3o$2o7b2o$o2bo4bobo$2b2o3b2o$7bo!

A stable eater might be possible if a catalyst is found that can take the place of the p4 in the second eater.

The second pattern doesn't work when the crawler is pulled back - it interacts with the carrier prior to reaching the p4.
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### Re: 2x2

I've been interested in this rule for a while and was wondering what ways I could assist in the research of this rule.

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### Re: 2x2

Yimmy wrote:I've been interested in this rule for a while and was wondering what ways I could assist in the research of this rule.

APGsearch is probably your best bet, especially with some kind of symmetry setting. Although I suppose it depends on what sorts of things you're looking for. The C1 symmetry setting is just starting to uncover unusual oscillators (periods 8, 11, 17), so if someone ran, say D4_+2 long enough it'd probably turn up some interesting oscillators too. And maybe a spaceship/infinite growth mechanism; I'm not sure how thoroughly this rule has been searched for small-ish ships.

For more complex engineered objects, we'd probably need to find a gun first - the minimum period for a c/8 crawler gun in this rule is 34 and so far no oscillators (excluding 2*n boxes and interactions between two lower-period oscillators) have periods greater than 28. So if someone found something like one of the shuttles in Life, that could be potentially useful.

Also, I don't think anyone has found a stable eater for the c/8 crawler yet. Or any crawler reflectors. I don't know how much help apgsearch would be for these though; maybe you'd need a modified version of the dr drifter search program or something.

In fact, even just running a few searches for low-ish period oscillators in WLS or RandomAgar would probably yield results. Most of the things I found (the P7, p12, 24 and 28 and the two p5's that aren't based on the small natural one here posted much earlier in this thread) were found when I was like 16 and too impatient to let searches run to completion. So there's probably a bunch of fairly simple stuff out there that no-one's stumbled across yet. I don't think this rule gets as much attention as HighLife or Move or Seeds etc.

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### Re: 2x2

c/3 diagonal puffer. I think this is new?
x = 32, y = 32, rule = B36/S1256b4o$4bob2o2bo$3b2o2bobobo$2bobo3bo$b3o6bo$10b3o$2o8b2o$3o5bo4bo$o2bo3bo5bo$obo9bob4o$bo2b3o4b3ob3o$2bo2b2o3b2o4bo3bo$5bo3b2o5bob2o$7b2obo$9bo7bo$9b2o7bob3o$9b4o6b2o3bo$9b2o3bo5b3o2bo$12bo2bo4b2o4bo$12bo3bo4bobo2bo$11bo3b4o2b3o$15bob4obo2bobo$15bobo2b3o5b2o$19b2o5b2ob2o$16bo9bo3bo$17bo3bo4bobo$18b2o3b3ob3o$21bobo2bo4bo$22bo2b2o3bo$22b2o2bo$23b2o3bo$27bo! EDIT: And a different one based on the first. x = 44, y = 44, rule = B36/S1256b4o$4bob2o2bo$3b2o2bobobo$2bobo3bo$b3o6bo$10b3o$2o8b2o$3o5bo4bo$o2bo3bo5bo$obo9bob4o$bo2b3o4b3ob3o$2bo2b2o3b2o4bo3bo$5bo3b2o5bob2o$7b2obo$9bo7bo$9b2o7bob3o$9b4o6b2o3bo$9b2o3bo5b3o2bo$12bo2bo4b2o4bo$12bo3bo4bobo2bo$11bo3b4o2b3o3b2o$15bob4obo2bo3bo$15bobo2b3o3bo2bo$19b2o6bo$16bo10bo$17bo3bo4bo$18b2o2bo2bo4bo$20bo2b2o4bo$20bo11bo$21b2o4bo4bo$26bo$33b2o$28b2o4bo$31bo3bo$31b2o2bo$33b2o$37bo$36bo$38bo$39bo2$41bo$42bo$43bo! -Josh Ball. velcrorex Posts: 339 Joined: November 1st, 2009, 1:33 pm ### Re: 2x2 Smaller c/4. x = 17, y = 6, rule = B36/S1252bo11bo$o2bo9bo2bo$2o6bo6b2o$7b3o$2bo2bob3obo2bo$3b2o7b2o!

And a 2c/5 with odd symmetry.
x = 21, y = 61, rule = B36/S1259b3o$7b7o$5bob2o3b2obo$5b3o5b3o$5bo2bo3bo2bo$3b5ob3ob5o$2b5o2bobo2b5o$2bobo4b3o4bobo$3b2obo2bobo2bob2o$3b3o4bo4b3o$b2o2bob7obo2b2o$6bo3bo3bo$b2o6b3o6b2o$8bo3bo$b2o3bo3bo3bo3b2o$7bobobobo$b2o15b2o$3bo4bo3bo4bo$2b6o5b6o$7bo5bo$3bobobo2bo2bobobo$7b2obob2o$2bobobo2b3o2bobobo$4bobo2bobo2bobo$4bo11bo$3bo4bo3bo4bo$4b2o2bo3bo2b2o$5b3o5b3o$3bo4bo3bo4bo$3b4o2bobo2b4o$2b3ob2o5b2ob3o$b6o7b6o$3bo13bo$3bo13bo$o3bo2bo5bo2bo3bo$bob3o2bo3bo2b3obo$2o2bo3bo3bo3bo2b2o$bob4o7b4obo$2bo5bo3bo5bo$2bo15bo2$2bo2bo9bo2bo$3bo2bobo3bobo2bo$7bo5bo$3bob2o7b2obo$4bo4bobo4bo$6b3o3b3o$3b3obo5bob3o$2b2obo9bob2o$5b3o5b3o$2b3obobo3bobob3o$2bo2bo9bo2bo$2bo2bo3bobo3bo2bo$3bo13bo$2b3obo3bo3bob3o$3b4o3bo3b4o$5b3o5b3o$5bob2o3b2obo$2b2o3bo5bo3b2o$2bo3bo7bo3bo$3b3o9b3o! -Josh Ball. velcrorex Posts: 339 Joined: November 1st, 2009, 1:33 pm ### Re: 2x2 Double pipsquirter? (not sure) see gen 12 x = 4, y = 15, rule = B36/S1254o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o$4o! If you're the person that uploaded to Sakagolue illegally, please PM me. x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S23b2ob2obo5b2o$11b4obo$2bob3o2bo2b3o$bo3b2o4b2o$o2bo2bob2o3b4o$bob2obo5bo2b2o$2b2o4bobo2b3o$bo3b5ob2obobo$2bo5bob2o$4bob2o2bobobo!

(Check gen 2)

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### Re: 2x2

A few interesting results from RandAgar:

Two high period wicks - p34 and p58:
#CXRLE Pos=-34,-25x = 68, y = 49, rule = B36/S125:T70,703bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo$4bo2bo10bo2bo10bo2bo10bo2bo10bo2bo2$bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo$2b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o$b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o$3bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo2$o10bo2bo10bo2bo10bo2bo10bo2bo10bo$bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo8bo23$bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo$2bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo$bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo12$bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo$2bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo$bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo! Several diagonal waves - one at c/10 x = 70, y = 70, rule = B36/S125:T70,7067bobo$66bo2bo$65bo2$65b2o$63bo$64bo$60bobo$59bo2bo$58bo2$58b2o$56bo$57bo$53bobo$52bo2bo$51bo2$51b2o$49bo$50bo$46bobo$45bo2bo$44bo2$44b2o$42bo$43bo$39bobo$38bo2bo$37bo2$37b2o$35bo$36bo$32bobo$31bo2bo$30bo2$30b2o$28bo$29bo$25bobo$24bo2bo$23bo2$23b2o$21bo$22bo$18bobo$17bo2bo$16bo2$16b2o$14bo$15bo$11bobo$10bo2bo$9bo2$9b2o$7bo$8bo$4bobo$3bo2bo$2bo2$2b2o$o$bo!

and two at c/24
x = 69, y = 69, rule = B36/S125:T70,7033bo33bo$33bo31b2o$31b3o30bo3bo$30bo33bo3bo$30bo32bo4bo$28b3o34b3o2$26bo33bo$26bo31b2o$24b3o30bo3bo$23bo33bo3bo$23bo32bo4bo$21b3o34b3o2$19bo33bo$19bo31b2o$17b3o30bo3bo$16bo33bo3bo$16bo32bo4bo$14b3o34b3o2$12bo33bo$12bo31b2o$10b3o30bo3bo$9bo33bo3bo$9bo32bo4bo$7b3o34b3o2$5bo33bo$5bo31b2o$3b3o30bo3bo$2bo33bo3bo$2bo32bo4bo$3o34b3o2$32bo35bo$30b2o36bo$29bo3bo32b3o$29bo3bo31bo$28bo4bo31bo$30b3o30b3o2$25bo35bo$23b2o36bo$22bo3bo32b3o$22bo3bo31bo$21bo4bo31bo$23b3o30b3o2$18bo35bo$16b2o36bo$15bo3bo32b3o$15bo3bo31bo$14bo4bo31bo$16b3o30b3o2$11bo35bo$9b2o36bo$8bo3bo32b3o$8bo3bo31bo$7bo4bo31bo$9b3o30b3o2$4bo35bo$2b2o36bo$bo3bo32b3o$bo3bo31bo$o4bo31bo$2b3o30b3o! The c/10 wave looks promising and I believe is within the realm of finding supports with current search tools, however I haven't had any success with JLS so far. The latest version of the 5S Project contains over 196,000 spaceships. Tabulated pages up to period 160 are available on the LifeWiki. wildmyron Posts: 1209 Joined: August 9th, 2013, 12:45 am ### Re: 2x2 A few objects that are not on the database but may have been found: c/3 x = 13, y = 13, rule = B36/S1258b2o$4b2ob2o3bo$3b7o$2bo2bobob2obo$5b2obo$b2o$2o$b2o$5b2obo$2bo2bobob2obo$3b7o$4b2ob2o3bo$8b2o! x = 28, y = 9, rule = B36/S1258bobo13bo$7bo16b2o$b3ob3o13b6o$6bo2b2o8bo2bobo2bo$5ob5o8bob2o2b2o$5ob2o9bobob2o$5b2o2b3obo2bob3o$b3o5bo2bo2b6o$10bo3b2o2bo! p10 with undimensional predecesor: x = 7, y = 1, rule = B36/S1257o! If you're the person that uploaded to Sakagolue illegally, please PM me. x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S23b2ob2obo5b2o$11b4obo$2bob3o2bo2b3o$bo3b2o4b2o$o2bo2bob2o3b4o$bob2obo5bo2b2o$2b2o4bobo2b3o$bo3b5ob2obobo$2bo5bob2o$4bob2o2bobobo!

(Check gen 2)

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### Re: 2x2

Saka wrote:p10 with undimensional predecesor:
x = 7, y = 1, rule = B36/S1257o!

A 5x1 line produces the same object:
x = 5, y = 1, rule = B36/S1255o!

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### Re: 2x2

Sorry if I am late, but an oscillator of p10 I'm calling "paired M's" (because there's a p2 that I've named "M" because that's what it looks like) can eat a glider:

x = 14, y = 7, rule = B36/S12510bo$10bo2bo$b2ob2o4bobo$o5bo$2obob2o5bo$o5bo$b2ob2o!
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### Re: 2x2

Some new oscillators found with JLS: an extensible p4, a p5, a p6 and a p8. I'm surprised the p6 is new - at least I wasn't able to find it in this thread.
x = 105, y = 102, rule = B36/S125o4bo6bobobobobo2bobobo5bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo$o4bo6bobobobobo2bobobo5bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo$14bo3bo6bo9bo6bo6bo6bo6bo3bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo$2b2o9bo2bobo4bobobo6bo2bo2bobobo4bobo3bo2bo3bo2bobo4bobobo2bo2bo3bo2bo3bobo4bobobo$12b2o3b2o2b3obo7b2o3bo3bob3o2b2o4bob2o2b2o3b2o2b3obo3bo3b2o2b2obo4b2o2b3obo$5bo6b2o3b2o2b3obo7b2o3bo3bob3o2b2o4bob2o2b2o3b2o2b3obo3bo3b2o2b2obo4b2o2b3obo$5bo7bo2bobo4bobobo6bo2bo2bobobo4bobo3bo2bo3bo2bobo4bobobo2bo2bo3bo2bo3bobo4bobobo$14bo3bo6bo9bo6bo6bo6bo6bo3bo6bo6bo6bo6bo6bo$5bo6bobobobobo2bobobo5bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo$5bo6bobobobobo2bobobo5bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo2bobobo12$25b2o3b2o$26b2ob2o$24bobobobobo$24bo7bo$28bo$26bo3bo2$25bob3obo$28bo$2b2o21bo2bo2bo$16b2o21b2o$o13bo6bobo3b3o3bobo6bo$o13b3o2bo6b5o6bo2b3o$15bo5bo3b3ob3o3bo5bo$2b2o12bobo2b3ob2o3b2ob3o2bobo$15bo5bo3b3ob3o3bo5bo$5bo8b3o2bo6b5o6bo2b3o$5bo8bo6bobo3b3o3bobo6bo$16b2o21b2o$2b2o21bo2bo2bo$28bo$25bob3obo2$26bo3bo$28bo$24bo7bo$24bobobobobo$26b2ob2o$25b2o3b2o11$2b2o$15b2o$o14bo2bo$o12bo2bo$12bo4bo$2b2o8bo4bo$13bo2bo$o4bo9bo2bo$o4bo9b2o2$2b2o19$19bo$2b2o12bobo$20bo$o4bo10bo$o4bo8bo2bobobobo$12bo3bo3bo$2b2o9bo9bo$16bo3bo3bo$o4bo7bobobobo2bo$o4bo14bo$16bo$2b2o14bobo$17bo! The latest version of the 5S Project contains over 196,000 spaceships. Tabulated pages up to period 160 are available on the LifeWiki. wildmyron Posts: 1209 Joined: August 9th, 2013, 12:45 am ### Re: 2x2 The p6 (and it's smaller variant) both occur naturally; I (possibly re-)discovered them back in 2011, but they could have been known before that. I've got the p8 saved as well, but no idea who found it and when. The P4 and P5 are definitely new though. I've stuck an updated collection in the first post. I've got a big annotated text file saying who found what, and I could upload that somewhere too if anyone wants. Lewis Posts: 320 Joined: March 17th, 2009, 5:26 pm Location: UK ### Re: 2x2 Lewis wrote:The p6 (and it's smaller variant) both occur naturally; I (possibly re-)discovered them back in 2011, but they could have been known before that. I've got the p8 saved as well, but no idea who found it and when. The P4 and P5 are definitely new though. Thanks for checking. I had noticed the narrower p6, but neglected to check catagolue for the wider one. I've even contributed a fair fraction of the symmetrical soups it's been found in! Speaking of which, I took up your idea of running apgsearch with D4_+2 symmetry in the hope of finding oscillators of new periods, but it's not looking very promising so far after 100 million soups. I'm also running dr in the hope of finding new oscillators, but again not very promising. Not sure if I'm on the right track with either of those efforts. Lewis wrote:I've stuck an updated collection in the first post. Fantastic! Thanks for the update. The latest version of the 5S Project contains over 196,000 spaceships. Tabulated pages up to period 160 are available on the LifeWiki. wildmyron Posts: 1209 Joined: August 9th, 2013, 12:45 am ### Re: 2x2 Two variations of a new (?) P6: x = 32, y = 15, rule = B36/S1254b2obo18b2o$8bo13b2obo$3bo5bo17bo2bo$2bo5bobo10bo4bo2bo$bob2o3bo3bo7bo10bo$o11bo6bob2o6b2o$18bo$o11bo$o3bo3b2obo6bo$2bobo5bo6bo2bo$3bo5bo7bobo$4bo$5bob2o11bobo$19bo2bo$21bo! Lewis Posts: 320 Joined: March 17th, 2009, 5:26 pm Location: UK ### Re: 2x2 Useless wide c/2. x = 117, y = 15, rule = B36/S12591b3o7bo$15bo7b3o37b3o21b3ob3ob3obobobo$13bobobob3ob3ob3o21b3o5b3ob3ob3o13b3ob3obo3b3o6bo$12bo6b3o3bob3ob3o13b3ob3ob3ob3obobob3ob3o5b3ob3obo7bobo3bobboo$11boobbo3bobo7bob3ob3o5b3ob3obo3b3obo4bo4bob3ob3ob3obo9bo4bob4oboo$10boob4obo4bo9bob3ob3ob3obo7bo8bo8bob3obo14boboobbo4boo$10boo4bobboobo14bob3obo9bo9bobbo9bo13bobobob3o4boo3bo$8bo3boo4b3obobobo13bo13bobo5boboo8b5o7bobobo5b3oboobobobb4o$5b4obboboboob3o5bobobo7b5o8boboo6bo5bo5bo3boo3bobobo6bobo6bob3obo$8bob3obo6bobo6bobobo3boo3bo4b4o4bo4bo3bo14bobo6bo3bo4bo5bobbooboobo$3bobooboobbo5bo4bo3bo6bobo15bo3b7o10bobo9bo11boo14b4o$4o14boo11bo9bobo4bo10boobboo16bo20boboobo4bo$4bo4boboobo20bo14bobo3bobb4o41boo10bo$o10boo45boo44boo6bobo$bbobo6boo45boo3bo! Has anyone had any luck searching for other spaceship velocities? Various partials looks promising. EDIT: New p8 oscillator: x = 15, y = 9, rule = B36/S1252bo4bo4bo$2bo4bo4bo$obobo5bobobo$obobo5bobobo$4bob3obo$obobo2bo2bobobo$obobo5bobobo$2bo4bo4bo$2bo4bo4bo! -Josh Ball. velcrorex Posts: 339 Joined: November 1st, 2009, 1:33 pm ### Re: 2x2 velcrorex wrote:Has anyone had any luck searching for other spaceship velocities? Various partials looks promising. I thought I had completed a few gfind searches but can't find anything recorded. So only thing I've seriously investigated is the c/10 diagonal wave posted above. Attached is a c/10 JLS search which I've run to completion with no solution found. Unfortunately I didn't include don't care cells so if there's a longer solution at that width I missed it. I'm currently continuing a similar search for supports of width 11. Is there an up to date summary of known velocities somewhere? Attachments B36S125-c10_dWave_support-NONE.zip c/10 diagonal wave supports - unsuccessful (2.15 KiB) Downloaded 119 times The latest version of the 5S Project contains over 196,000 spaceships. Tabulated pages up to period 160 are available on the LifeWiki. wildmyron Posts: 1209 Joined: August 9th, 2013, 12:45 am ### Re: 2x2 c/5 orthogonal: x = 15, y = 45, rule = B36/S1257bo$7bo$7bo$7bo2$4b3ob3o$5bo3bo$5bo3bo$5b5o$3bobo3bobo$5bobobo$7bo$4b2obob2o$7bo2$5b2ob2o$6bobo$bo11bo$bobobo3bobobo$5bo3bo$3bob2ob2obo$2o3bo3bo3b2o$o13bo$bob2o5b2obo$2bo2bo3bo2bo$2b5ob5o$5b2ob2o$5b2ob2o$3b2obobob2o$bo5bo5bo$b2obo5bob2o$3b3o3b3o$4bo2bo2bo$7bo$5bo3bo$3bobo3bobo$2bo2bo3bo2bo$2bobobobobobo$6bobo$4b2o3b2o$bo3bo3bo3bo$5bo3bo$ob2o7b2obo$b2obo5bob2o$3o9b3o! -Josh Ball. velcrorex Posts: 339 Joined: November 1st, 2009, 1:33 pm ### Re: 2x2 @Velcrorex Sorry to tell you that Lewis found the exact same one on page 2. How did you find it? with gfind? Best wishes to you, Scorbie Scorbie Posts: 1380 Joined: December 7th, 2013, 1:05 am ### Re: 2x2 P4 oscillator that produces sparks: x = 10, y = 14, rule = B36/S1252bo3bo$3b2obo$5bo2$bo2bo2bo$o4b2o2bo$ob5o$ob5o$o4b2o2bo$bo2bo2bo2$5bo$3b2obo$2bo3bo!

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### Re: 2x2

Scorbie wrote:@Velcrorex Sorry to tell you that Lewis found the exact same one on page 2. How did you find it? with gfind?

Yep. I guess I didn't read through everything well enough.

Still, here's a different c/5. Maybe this one is new.
x = 14, y = 45, rule = B36/S1253bo6bo$2b2o6b2o$2b2o6b2o$3b2ob2ob2o$3bo2b2o2bo$3b3o2b3o$4bo4bo$2bobo4bobo$3bo6bo$6b2o$5b4o2$4bo4bo2$5bo2bo$5bo2bo$5b4o$6b2o$b3o6b3o$4b6o$4b6o$4b2o2b2o$5bo2bo$4bob2obo$4b6o$5b4o2$3b2o4b2o$obo8bobo$3bobo2bobo$3bo6bo$14o$2bob2o2b2obo$2bo2b4o2bo$3bo2b2o2bo2$6b2o2$4b2o2b2o$3b8o$b3obo2bob3o$o2b2o4b2o2bo$2obobo2bobob2o$o2bobo2bobo2bo$b2obo4bob2o! -Josh Ball. velcrorex Posts: 339 Joined: November 1st, 2009, 1:33 pm ### Re: 2x2 gsearch found this possible engine. I have no idea what to do with it, or if it's useful in any way. Here goes: x = 51, y = 8, rule = B36/S125b2o$o$o2$3b2o6b2o32b2o$bob3o37bob3o$5bo2bo38bo2bo$2b3ob3o35b3ob3o! Take the pattern on the left, and remove the still lives to get the pattern on the right. Then run for 123 generations and you get the pattern on the left moved over 3 and down 2 squares. If the still lifes remain in place the reaction doesn't work. So to create some kind of ship we would need to remove those still lives somehow every time. Also, here's a few osccilators. A p5 (previously known), p10 and their hybrid, as well as a few p8. x = 65, y = 30, rule = B36/S12547bo12bo$13bo32bo14bo$14b2o28bo2bo2bobo2bobo2bo2bo$14bo2bo25bo5b3o4b3o5bo$17bo28bo5bo2bo5bo$15b3obo24bo2b4o6b4o2bo$19bo26b2o12b2o$17b2obo$19bob2o$20bo$20bob3o$22bo24bo12b2o$22bo2bo20bo10b4o2bo$24b2o18bo2bo2bobo2bo5bo$26bo16bo5b3o4b3o5bo$46bo5bo2bobo2bo2bo$44bo2b4o10bo$46b2o12bo$ob2o11bob2o$o3bo10bo3bo$2bo14bo$3b3o12b3o$4b3o12bob2o$7bo12bo$5bo3bo10bob3o29b2o$6b2obo12bo26bo3bo3bo$22bo2bo23b2o2bobo$24b2o22bo3bo2bo$26bo22bo3bo3bo$54b2o!
-Josh Ball.

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### Re: 2x2

c/5 diagonal ship:
x = 40, y = 40, rule = B36/S12530bo2bo$30bo$32bo$30b2o$26b$28b3o$28bobo8bo$26b2obo7bo$26bo9bo$30bo2b2obob2o$29bo2bobo$25b2obo4b2o$27bo4bo$21b2o2bo2bo2b2o$20bo2bo2bobo$20b5o$18bo4b3o$16b2obo4bobo$14bo4b2o3bobo$17bo2b2o2b2o$15b2o4b2o$10b2o2b2o7bo$9b2ob2obo4bobo$10bob3o4bo2bo$17b3o$8bo7bobo2bo$9bob2o3b2o$9b2o2bo2b2o$9bobobo4bo$7bo4bo3b3o$6b2o3b3o3bo$2b5o7bo$2b4o3b2o$8b2o$2b3o2b2o$obo2bob2o$bobobob2o$obob2ob2o$3bo\$2bobo!
-Josh Ball.

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### Re: 2x2

Huh, pretty amazing discoveries in such a short period of time! I haven't seen any of them in the forums, but I'm new to this rule. Perhaps wildmyron or Lewis could verify whether it's new?
Best wishes to you, Scorbie

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