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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby BlinkerSpawn » December 5th, 2014, 8:55 am

Found some higher-period guns, mostly p44:
From left to right: p44 photon gun, the basic p44 unit, p44 4-photon gun, and a p32.
x = 132, y = 32, rule = 345/2/4
3C2.C4.C55.3C2.C4.C12.3C2.C4.C15.3C2.3C3.2C$C2.C.C2.C.C2.C52.C2.C.C2.
C.C2.C9.C2.C.C2.C.C2.C12.C2.C4.C.C2.C$3C2.4C.4C52.3C2.4C.4C9.3C2.4C.
4C12.3C2.3C4.C$C7.C4.C52.C7.C4.C9.C7.C4.C12.C7.C2.C$C7.C4.C52.C7.C4.C
9.C7.C4.C12.C4.3C2.4C4$61.5A$60.2A.A.2A45.A$16.5A6.A32.A.A.A.A44.3A$
15.2A.A.2A5.3A30.A.A.A.A44.A.2A$15.A.A.A.A4.2A.2A29.2A.A.2A22.A20.4A$
15.A.A.A.A5.3A31.5A22.3A21.A$15.2A.A.2A6.A50.A8.A.2A$16.5A57.3A6.4A$
2.A74.2A.A8.A$.3A74.4A$.A.2A74.A$4A$2.A2$103.A25.A$102.3A23.3A$101.2A
.2A21.2A.2A$32.4A66.3A23.3A$31.2A2.2A67.A25.A$31.A.2A.A$31.2A2.2A$31.
A.2A.A$31.2A2.2A$32.4A!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby BlinkerSpawn » February 25th, 2015, 7:14 pm

calcyman wrote:Anyway, it is possible to produce guns of all arbitrarily high periods, using a method such as this:

x = 70, y = 78, rule = 345/2/4
42.2A$42.2B$42.2C4$31.A$30.3A$31.A8.CB2A$31.A2.A.A2.A2.A.B$30.2A2.B9A
C$31.A2.C.A5.A$31.A4.A5.A$30.2A3.2A5.2A$31.A4.A4.2A$31.A4.A3.2A$30.2A
3.6A.A$31.A2.A.A2.A.B$31.A.B6.C$31.2AC17.A$31.A18.3A$16.A2.A2.A2.A5.A
11.AB6.A$15.18A7.A2.A.C5.A$16.A11.A2.A4.ABC6A6.2A$28.ABC5.ABC.A3.2A5.
A$21.BC17.A4.2A4.A$20.A.A2.A13.2A5.2A3.2A$21.6A13.A5.A4.A$20.2A3.A14.
A5.A.A2.A$8.ABC8.2A4.A.C11.9AB2.2A$ABC3.A2.A8.2A5.2AB10.A.A2.A2.A.C2.
A$ABC2.6A8.A5.A.A11.BC5.AB3.A$6.A3.2A5.C.A5.A24.2A$6.A4.2A4.B9A24.A$
5.2A5.2A3.A.A2.A2.A25.A5.A2.A2.A2.A$4.A.A5.A.A7.ABC25.18A$4.B.A5.A.B
34.A.A2.A11.A$4.C9AC34.B.BA13.B$6.A2.A2.A36.2C7.CBA4.2CB$2.B2C4.ABC7.
2C36.A2.A2.A$3.B13.AB.B34.C9AC$3.A11.A2.A.A34.B.A5.A.B$2.18A25.CBA7.A
.A5.A.A$3.A2.A2.A2.A5.A25.A2.A2.A.A3.2A5.2A$18.A24.9AB4.2A4.A$18.2A
24.A5.A.C5.2A3.A$18.A3.BA5.CB11.A.A5.A8.6A2.CBA$18.A2.C.A2.A2.A.A10.B
2A5.2A8.A2.A3.CBA$17.2A2.B9A11.C.A4.2A8.CBA$18.A2.A.A5.A14.A3.2A$18.A
4.A5.A13.6A$17.2A3.2A5.2A13.A2.A.A$18.A4.2A4.A17.CB$18.A5.2A3.A.CBA5.
CBA$17.2A6.6ACBA4.A2.A11.A$18.A5.C.A2.A7.18A$18.A6.BA11.A5.A2.A2.A2.A
$17.3A18.A$18.A17.C2A$29.C6.B.A$28.B.A2.A.A2.A$27.A.6A3.2A$28.2A3.A4.
A$27.2A4.A4.A$26.2A5.2A3.2A$27.A5.A4.A$27.A5.A.C2.A$25.C9AB2.2A$25.B.
A2.A2.A.A2.A$26.2ABC8.A$37.3A$38.A4$26.2C$26.2B$26.2A!


There's a simpler way.
This setup can produce photons at any period 34 or higher.
x = 78, y = 38, rule = 345/2/4
6.4C3.3C5.2C32.4C3.3C2.5C$6.2C.2C.2C.2C.2C.2C32.2C.2C.2C.2C.2C$6.2C.
2C4.2C.2C.2C32.2C.2C4.2C.2C$6.4C3.3C2.5C32.4C3.3C3.3C$6.2C7.2C4.2C32.
2C7.2C4.2C$6.2C4.2C.2C4.2C32.2C4.2C.2C.2C.2C$6.2C5.3C5.2C32.2C5.3C3.
3C2$16.A2.A45.A2.A$15.6A43.6A$16.A3.2A43.A3.2A$16.A4.2A42.A4.2A$15.2A
5.2A40.2A5.2A$4.A2.A4.ABC.A5.A29.A2.A5.ABC.A5.A$3.6A3.ABC.A5.A28.6A4.
ABC.A5.A$2.2A3.A7.9A26.2A3.A8.9A$.2A4.A8.A2.A2.A26.2A4.A9.A2.A2.A$2A
5.2A39.2A5.2A$.A5.A41.A5.A$.A5.A34.A6.A5.A$9A13.2A17.3A4.9A$.A2.A2.A
14.2B18.A6.A2.A2.A15.2A$5.2C15.2C29.2C16.2B$5.2B14.A2.A2.A6.A18.2B16.
2C$5.2A13.9A4.3A17.2A15.A2.A2.A$21.A5.A6.A34.9A$21.A5.A42.A5.A$20.2A
5.2A41.A5.A$6.A2.A2.A8.A4.2A41.2A5.2A$5.9A7.A3.2A27.A2.A2.A9.A4.2A$6.
A5.A.CBA3.6A27.9A8.A3.2A$6.A5.A.CBA4.A2.A29.A5.A.CBA4.6A$5.2A5.2A40.A
5.A.CBA5.A2.A$6.2A4.A40.2A5.2A$7.2A3.A41.2A4.A$8.6A41.2A3.A$9.A2.A43.
6A$57.A2.A!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Freywa » February 26th, 2015, 1:35 am

OK, I've looked through all the technology posted, but still there are two nagging questions:
-> How do you delay a 6-cell spaceship an odd number of generations while keeping it along the same path?
-> Is there a way to construct arbitrary-period triggerable clocks that could serve as Wireworld-style RS flip-flops? A p10 clock has been made but I'm looking for p32 (not of the form 10 + 6n, which can be done by simply adding crosses along the clock's ends.)
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby flipper77 » February 26th, 2015, 3:51 am

Freywa wrote:OK, I've looked through all the technology posted, but still there are two nagging questions:
-> How do you delay a 6-cell spaceship an odd number of generations while keeping it along the same path?
-> Is there a way to construct arbitrary-period triggerable clocks that could serve as Wireworld-style RS flip-flops? A p10 clock has been made but I'm looking for p32 (not of the form 10 + 6n, which can be done by simply adding crosses along the clock's ends.)

Both questions you pose are very easily answered as I have messed around with this rule quite a lot in the past:
x = 14, y = 9, rule = 345/2/4
.A2.A$6A$.A2.A4$2.2A8.2A$2.2B8.2B$2.2C8.2C!

x = 27, y = 37, rule = 345/2/4
4.A17.A$3.3A15.3A$4.A17.A5$24.ABC$24.ABC$5.A15.A$4.3A13.3A$5.A15.A2$
9.A7.A$8.3A5.3A$9.A7.A6$9.A7.A$8.3A5.3A$9.A7.A2$5.A15.A$4.3A13.3A$5.A
15.A$CBA$CBA5$4.A$3.3A$4.A!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Freywa » March 22nd, 2015, 2:18 pm

Here lies a compendium of computer technology assembled thus far, assembled from the (very old) library of Stephen Silver's collection in the MCell user's corner and my own experimentation. This is, of course, a preamble to something slightly larger.
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby AforAmpere » July 1st, 2016, 4:27 pm

I have built a full adder, it looks to be glider constructable:
x = 173, y = 201, rule = 345/2/4
84.C.C.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C.C.C3$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$
86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$84.C.C.C$85.3C$86.C6$85.2B$85.2A
57$C.C2$C3.C2$C.C.C18.C.C.C2$C3.C18.C3.C2$C.C20.C.C.C$71.A$2.C20.C3.C
42.3A$2.C68.A$2.C20.C3.C$2.C30.A133.A$2.C22.C6.3A131.3A$2.C22.C7.A
133.A$2.C22.C19.A7.A$2.C22.C11.A6.3A5.3A5.A9.A92.A$2.C22.C10.3A6.A7.A
5.3A7.3A90.3A$2.C22.C11.A7.A14.A9.A92.A$2.C22.C18.3A$C.C.C20.C19.A$.
3C21.C$2.C22.C$25.C$25.C$23.C.C.C$24.3C$25.C$.BA$.BA$69.A$68.3A$69.A$
24.BA$24.BA47.A$38.A33.3A$37.3A33.A$38.A$138.A$42.A94.3A$41.3A94.A$
42.A29.A2.A$71.6A23.A$72.A2.A23.3A$100.A$112.A7.A50.A$104.A6.3A5.3A5.
A9.A32.3A$103.3A6.A7.A5.3A7.3A25.A6.A$72.A2.A28.A7.A14.A9.A25.3A$71.
6A34.3A50.2A.A$72.A2.A36.A51.A.3A$164.2A.A$163.3A$164.A5$71.A$70.3A$
71.A64.A$135.3A$60.A6.A68.A$59.3A4.3A16.A$60.A6.A16.3A53.A$85.A19.A
33.3A$104.3A33.A$81.A23.A$80.3A$81.A27.A$108.3A$109.A29.A2.A$138.6A$
42.A22.A73.A2.A$41.3A20.3A$42.A22.A2$38.A30.A$37.3A28.3A68.A2.A$38.A
30.A68.6A$139.A2.A8$138.A$137.3A$138.A2$127.A6.A$126.3A4.3A$127.A6.A
9$109.A22.A$108.3A20.3A$109.A22.A2$105.A30.A$104.3A28.3A$105.A30.A!

The OR gate at the end outputs at a different time depending on what inputs you have, so here is an updated version:
x = 225, y = 201, rule = 345/2/4
84.C.C.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C.C.C3$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$
86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$84.C.C.C$85.3C$86.C6$85.2B$85.2A
57$C.C2$C3.C2$C.C.C18.C.C.C2$C3.C18.C3.C2$C.C20.C.C.C$71.A$2.C20.C3.C
42.3A$2.C68.A$2.C20.C3.C$2.C30.A133.A$2.C22.C6.3A131.3A$2.C22.C7.A
133.A$2.C22.C19.A7.A24.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$2.C22.C11.A6.3A5.3A
5.A9.A6.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A4.A10.A$2.C22.C10.3A6.A7.A
5.3A7.3A6.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A4.3A8.3A$2.C22.C11.A7.A14.A9.A7.A
11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A13.A10.A$2.C22.C18.3A30.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A
5.3A5.3A$C.C.C20.C19.A32.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$.3C21.C$2.C22.C$25.C
$25.C$23.C.C.C$24.3C$25.C$.BA$.BA$69.A$68.3A$69.A$24.BA$24.BA47.A$38.
A33.3A$37.3A33.A$38.A$138.A$42.A94.3A$41.3A94.A$42.A29.A2.A$71.6A23.A
$72.A2.A23.3A$100.A$112.A7.A$104.A6.3A5.3A4.A10.A$103.3A6.A7.A4.3A8.
3A24.A3.A$72.A2.A28.A7.A13.A10.A24.7A$71.6A34.3A49.2A.2A$72.A2.A36.A
52.A$164.3A$165.A2$161.A$160.3A$161.A2$71.A$70.3A$71.A64.A$135.3A76.C
.C.C$60.A6.A68.A$59.3A4.3A16.A132.C$60.A6.A16.3A53.A19.A$85.A19.A33.
3A17.3A52.C.C.C3.3C$104.3A33.A19.A61.C$81.A23.A87.A20.C7.3C$80.3A73.A
29.A5.3A29.C$81.A27.A45.3A27.3A5.A20.C.C.C3.3C$108.3A45.A29.A$109.A
29.A2.A$138.6A$42.A22.A73.A2.A$41.3A20.3A$42.A22.A2$38.A30.A$37.3A28.
3A68.A2.A$38.A30.A68.6A$139.A2.A8$138.A79.C$137.3A$138.A79.C$193.A$
127.A6.A51.A5.3A23.C3.3C$126.3A4.3A49.3A5.A28.C$127.A6.A51.A31.C3.3C$
224.C$218.C3.3C7$109.A22.A$108.3A20.3A$109.A22.A2$105.A30.A$104.3A28.
3A$105.A30.A!

The viewer may have some trouble, so copy it into golly and you should see the markers denoting the 1's and 2's places.
Things to work on:
- Find a (7,1)c/8 ship in a Non-totalistic rule (someone please search the rules)
- Find a C/10 in JustFriends
- Find a C/10 in Day and Night
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby blah » July 1st, 2016, 5:24 pm

AforAmpere wrote:I have built a full adder, it looks to be glider constructable:


It's not the first: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=1658&p=18189
Not that you were wasting time, of course; it's still original and impressive. Also, I think they're called photons, not gliders (assuming you mean the small p1 lightspeed ships).
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby AforAmpere » July 1st, 2016, 5:41 pm

This one is a bit smaller than the one already constructed, and it is more easily constructable. Thank you for reminding me of the name of the photons.
Plus, here is a 2-bit adder:
x = 352, y = 263, rule = 345/2/4
248.A$247.3A$248.A2$252.A$251.3A87.C3.C$252.A$341.C3.C$304.A$297.A5.
3A35.C.C.C3.3C$296.3A5.A44.C$297.A47.C3.3C$351.C$345.C3.3C21$21.C.C2$
21.C3.C2$21.C.C.C18.C.C.C2$21.C3.C18.C3.C2$21.C.C20.C.C.C2$23.C20.C3.
C$23.C$23.C20.C3.C$23.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$
23.C22.C$23.C22.C$21.C.C.C20.C$22.3C21.C$6.C.C.C12.C22.C$38.A7.C$10.C
26.3A6.C$38.A5.C.C.C$6.C.C.C3.3C28.3C$14.C19.A11.C$6.C7.3C5.BA9.3A25.
A$16.C5.BA10.A25.3A$6.C.C.C3.3C44.A2$57.A$45.BA9.3A$45.BA10.A7$199.A
30.A$198.3A28.3A$199.A30.A2$203.A22.A$202.3A20.3A$203.A22.A9$221.A6.A
$220.3A4.3A$221.A6.A2$232.A$231.3A107.C.C.C$232.A$345.C$304.A$297.A5.
3A35.C.C.C3.3C$296.3A5.A44.C$297.A43.C7.3C$351.C$341.C.C.C3.3C$233.A
2.A$132.A30.A68.6A$131.3A28.3A68.A2.A$132.A30.A2$136.A22.A$135.3A20.
3A$136.A22.A73.A2.A$232.6A$203.A29.A2.A$202.3A$175.A27.A$174.3A$175.A
23.A$198.3A33.A$179.A19.A33.3A$154.A6.A16.3A53.A$153.3A4.3A16.A73.A$
154.A6.A68.A21.3A$229.3A21.A$165.A64.A$164.3A$165.A2$35.A219.A$34.3A
217.3A$35.A219.A2$55.A2.A200.A$54.6A198.3A$34.A20.A2.A107.A2.A36.A52.
A$33.3A129.6A34.3A49.2A.2A$34.A131.A2.A28.A7.A13.A10.A24.7A$197.3A6.A
7.A4.3A8.3A24.A3.A$198.A6.3A5.3A4.A10.A$206.A7.A$194.A$166.A2.A23.3A$
165.6A23.A$136.A29.A2.A$135.3A94.A$136.A94.3A$232.A$132.A$77.A7.A7.A
7.A7.A7.A13.3A33.A$76.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A13.A33.3A$68.A8.A7.A7.A7.
A7.A7.A49.A$67.3A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$56.A8.2B.A7.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.
3A44.A$55.3A7.2B10.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A44.3A$56.A106.A$123.A$52.A69.3A$
42.2B7.3A7.A61.A$42.2B8.A7.3A$61.A$61.A$60.3A$33.A27.A$32.3A$33.A105.
A32.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$138.3A30.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A$
29.A101.A7.A14.A9.A7.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A13.A10.A$28.3A99.3A6.A7.A
5.3A7.3A6.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A4.3A8.3A$29.A101.A6.3A5.3A5.A9.A
6.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A4.A10.A$139.A7.A24.A11.A7.A7.A7.A
7.A7.A7.A7.A$127.A133.A$126.3A131.3A$127.A133.A2$165.A$164.3A$165.A5$
59.A30.A$58.3A28.3A$59.A30.A2$63.A22.A$62.3A20.3A$63.A22.A9$81.A6.A$
80.3A4.3A$81.A6.A2$92.A$91.3A$92.A2$304.A$297.A5.3A$296.3A5.A$297.A3$
93.A2.A$92.6A$93.A2.A2$345.C2$345.C$93.A2.A$92.6A247.C3.3C$63.A29.A2.
A252.C$62.3A280.C3.3C$63.A287.C$345.C3.3C$59.A$58.3A33.A$59.A33.3A$C
44.BA47.A$45.BA$C89.A$89.3A$C3.3C83.A$4.C17.BA$C3.3C15.BA$6.C39.C$C3.
3C38.3C$44.C.C.C$46.C$46.C$23.C22.C$22.3C21.C$21.C.C.C20.C19.A$23.C
22.C18.3A$23.C22.C11.A7.A14.A9.A88.A$23.C22.C10.3A6.A7.A5.3A7.3A86.3A
$23.C22.C11.A6.3A5.3A5.A9.A88.A$23.C22.C19.A7.A$23.C22.C7.A129.A$23.C
22.C6.3A127.3A$23.C30.A129.A$23.C20.C.C.C$23.C68.A$23.C20.C3.C42.3A$
92.A$21.C.C20.C.C.C2$21.C3.C18.C3.C2$21.C.C.C18.C3.C2$21.C3.C2$21.C.C
!

EDIT: When I put in my pattern, some of the yellow bits do not show up. Why is that?
Things to work on:
- Find a (7,1)c/8 ship in a Non-totalistic rule (someone please search the rules)
- Find a C/10 in JustFriends
- Find a C/10 in Day and Night
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby rowett » July 2nd, 2016, 1:07 am

AforAmpere wrote:When I put in my pattern, some of the yellow bits do not show up. Why is that?

This was a bug in LifeViewer that has been fixed and will be in the next released build. Test case is here. Thanks for reporting!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Rhombic » July 3rd, 2016, 9:39 am

x = 87, y = 96, rule = 345/2/4
3.A2.A2.A2.A$2.12A$3.A2.A2.A2.A22$3.2A$2.A2BA$2.B2CB$2.C2.C$3.2A$2.A
2BA$2.B2CB$2.C2.C$3.2A$2.A2BA$2.B2CB$2.C2.C$3.2A$2.A2BA$2.B2CB$.AC2.C
A$.B4.B$ACA2.ACA$B.B2.B.B$C.C2.C.C$.B4.B7$21.A31.A2.A22.A2.A2.A$20.3A
29.6A20.9A$21.A31.A2.A22.A2.A2.A22$21.2A30.2A24.2A$20.A2BA28.A2BA22.A
2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$20.C2.C28.C2.C22.C2.C$21.2A30.2A24.2A$20.A
2BA28.A2BA22.A2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$20.C2.C28.C2.C22.C2.C$21.2A
30.2A24.2A$20.A2BA28.A2BA22.A2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$20.C2.C28.C2.C
22.C2.C$21.2A30.2A24.2A$20.A2BA28.A2BA22.A2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$
19.AC2.CA26.AC2.CA20.AC2.CA$19.B4.B26.B4.B20.B4.B$18.ACA2.ACA24.ACA2.
ACA18.ACA2.ACA$18.B.B2.B.B24.B.B2.B.B18.B.B2.B.B$18.C.C2.C.C24.C.C2.C
.C18.C.C2.C.C$19.B4.B26.B4.B20.B4.B!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby praoubl » April 27th, 2017, 1:02 pm

Definitly known:
x = 87, y = 96, rule = 345/2/4
.A2.A.$6A$.A2.A.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$C4.C$BC2.CB$AB2.BA$.A2CA.$2.2B2.$2.2A2.$6.$.A2.A.$6A$.A2.A.!
x=15, y=14, rule=b3/s23
bo2bob2obo2bo2b$b4ob2ob4o2b$bo2bob2obo2bo2b$15b$15b$15b$15b$15b$2b2o7b2o2b$2bo9bo2b$3b9o3b$3o2b5o2b3o$o2bo2b3o2bo2bo$b2o9b2ob!

x = 60, y = 60, rule = B1/S12345
o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo$4o2bo$o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Ethanagor » April 29th, 2017, 10:03 pm

Here's a small collection of orthogonal spaceships with large sparks. The rightmost is a puffer based off one of the examples, and the leftmost can be extended infinitely in several ways by adding just a few cells to the tail spark, three examples of which are given:
x = 0, y = 0, rule = 345/2/4
28.CBA36.CBA$8.CBA16.B2.CBA4.CBA28.CBA$8.A.CBA15.CB2.CBA3.CBA9.CBA10.
C5.CBA$4.C3.CBA.CBA13.A2.B2.CBA.CBA8.AB.A14.A.CBA$12.CBA14.BC.AB2.CBA
9.BC.AB2A7.BC.C.AB$29.CBA2.CBA10.2AC.AB2A7.C.B.AC2A$27.C.AB2.CBA12.BC
.A.A6.C2.B.A.A.A$27.C.A.CBA16.CBA9.C.B.AC2A$8.CBA18.CBA30.BC.C.AB25.C
BA$A3.ABC.A.CBA14.CBA37.A.CBA23.CBA$C3.CBA.CBA.CBA48.C5.CBA18.C5.CBA$
12.CBA53.CBA17.A5.A.CBA$40.A.A12.A11.CBA17.CABC.C.AB$39.B.B.B10.B.B
30.B.A.B.AC2A$28.CBA8.2ABC3A7.2AC3A25.C2.AC.A.A.A.A$8.CBA17.CBA7.CA.
2C3A3.C.BC.AC3A27.BCB.BA.AC2A$6.C.A.CBA14.CBA8.B.B.B.A5.ABC.AB.A27.AC
.2A2.A.AB$6.A.CBA.CBA8.C.AB14.CBA23.CBA15.BCB3.BCB2.CBA$6.A5.CBA7.BA.
CBA11.CBA26.CBA15.A5.A3.CBA$21.C.ABC.A10.CBA28.CBA23.CBA$27.CBA39.CBA
22.CBA$27.CBA35.C.AB$2.A5.CBA56.CBA$2.C.ABC.A.CBA37.CBA13.BA.A$4.CBA.
CBA.CBA34.BA.CBA12.CBA$12.CBA35.C.A.CBA8.C.AB$51.BC.A.CBA10.CBA$54.CB
A.CBA8.CBA$59.CBA6.CBA$59.CBA5.CBA!


Here's something between a puffer and a rake (probably known):
x = 31, y = 17, rule = 345/2/4
10.BA$9.C.CBA7.2A$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$3.BA.CA3.C2B2A
B.CBC.A.A3.CBA$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$.B2.B2.A.A.BA2.B.A.A.A.A.A
.A.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$BA.C.B6.BAB11.C.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$.B2.B2.A.A.B
A2.B.A.A.A.A.A.A.A$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$3.BA.CA3.C2B2AB.CBC.A.
A3.CBA$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$9.C.CBA7.2A$10.BA!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby BlinkerSpawn » April 29th, 2017, 10:48 pm

Ethanagor wrote:Here's something between a puffer and a rake (probably known):
x = 31, y = 17, rule = 345/2/4
10.BA$9.C.CBA7.2A$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$3.BA.CA3.C2B2A
B.CBC.A.A3.CBA$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$.B2.B2.A.A.BA2.B.A.A.A.A.A
.A.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$BA.C.B6.BAB11.C.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$.B2.B2.A.A.B
A2.B.A.A.A.A.A.A.A$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$3.BA.CA3.C2B2AB.CBC.A.
A3.CBA$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$9.C.CBA7.2A$10.BA!

That would be a breeder.
While that one in particular may or may not be known quadratic-growth patterns based off of the same principle are very common "in the wild".
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby praoubl » May 1st, 2017, 4:28 pm

Interesting:
x = 31, y = 17, rule = 345/2/4
A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A!
x=15, y=14, rule=b3/s23
bo2bob2obo2bo2b$b4ob2ob4o2b$bo2bob2obo2bo2b$15b$15b$15b$15b$15b$2b2o7b2o2b$2bo9bo2b$3b9o3b$3o2b5o2b3o$o2bo2b3o2bo2bo$b2o9b2ob!

x = 60, y = 60, rule = B1/S12345
o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo$4o2bo$o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Ethanagor » May 5th, 2017, 9:26 pm

p170 oscillator:
x = 0, y = 0, rule = 345/2/4
16.C$13.AB.A.BA$14.2A.2A$13.2A.A.2A$10.C.2A.3A.2A.C$9.B.2A.2A.2A.2A.B
$8.A.2A.2A.A.2A.2A.A$9.2A.2A5.2A.2A$6.A.2A.2A7.2A.2A.A$5.B.2A.2A9.2A.
2A.B$4.C.2A.2A11.2A.2A.C$5.2A.2A13.2A.2A$4.2A.2A15.2A.2A$.A.2A.2A17.
2A.2A.A$.B2A.2A19.2A.2AB$2.A.2A21.2A.A$CA.2A.A19.A.2A.AC$2.A.2A21.2A.
A$.B2A.2A19.2A.2AB$.A.2A.2A17.2A.2A.A$4.2A.2A15.2A.2A$5.2A.2A13.2A.2A
$4.C.2A.2A11.2A.2A.C$5.B.2A.2A9.2A.2A.B$6.A.2A.2A7.2A.2A.A$9.2A.2A5.
2A.2A$8.A.2A.2A.A.2A.2A.A$9.B.2A.2A.2A.2A.B$10.C.2A.3A.2A.C$13.2A.A.
2A$14.2A.2A$13.AB.A.BA$16.C!



Edit: Greyship/puffer/rake
x = 225, y = 249, rule = 345/2/4
118.ABC$118.ABC.ABC$120.ABC2$185.CBA$123.A61.CBA$122.3AC58.CBA$123.3A
$122.AB$124.AC$122.C2.B$122.B2CA2.C$122.A2B3.BC$123.2A3.ABC$122.C2.C
3.ABC$122.B2CB4.ABC$122.A2BA5.ABC$123.2A7.ABC$107.2A13.C2.C7.ABC$107.
2A13.B2CB8.ABC$106.A2BA12.A2BA9.ABC$107.2A14.2A11.AB$106.C2.C12.C2.C
11.AC2.C$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$107.2A14.2A14.
2A$106.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB15.C$106.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA$107.2A14.2A14.2A$106.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$106.B2CB12.B2C
B12.B2CB13.CBC$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$107.2A14.2A14.2A14.B2A$91.
2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB$91.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.3A$90.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$90.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$90.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C$90.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$75.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C$75.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$74.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$74.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB13.BC$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$
75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.B$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CA2.
C$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2B3.BC$75.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A3.ABC$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C3.ABC$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB4.ABC$
74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA5.ABC$75.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A7.ABC$59.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C7.ABC$59.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB8.ABC$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
9.ABC$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A11.AB$58.C2.C12.C2.C12.
C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C11.AC2.C$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A$58.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB15.C$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$58.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$58.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.CBC$58.A2BA12.
A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$59.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.B2A$43.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB$43.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.3A$42.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$43.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$42.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C
B$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$
42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$27.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.
C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$27.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$26.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2B
A12.A2BA$27.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
$26.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.BC$26.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$27.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$26.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.B$26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C3.C$26.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA
13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.AB$29.C$26.C2.C$
26.B2CB$26.A2BA$27.2A$11.2A13.C$11.2A13.B2C$10.A2BA6.BC4.A2B$11.2B6.C
2.BC3.2A$11.2A2.CBA2.BA.AB$7.ABCA.AC2.BC3.C.C6.C$ABC4.BC2.A5.A3.AB6.C
$ABC2.AC.B.2A.C.C.CB2CB.2AB5.B$2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.B.A.B2.BCAC.C.2C$.15AC
.BC.BA.CBC.B$.A.B12.2ACA.AC.2A.B.C$.15AC.BC.BA.CBC.B$2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.
B.A.B2.BCAC.C.2C$ABC2.AC.B.2A.C.C.CB2CB.2AB5.B$ABC4.BC2.A5.A3.AB6.C$
7.ABCA.AC2.BC3.C.C6.C$11.2A2.CBA2.BA.AB$11.2B6.C2.BC3.2A$10.A2BA6.BC
4.A2B$11.2A13.B2C$11.2A13.C$27.2A$26.A2BA$26.B2CB$26.C2.C$29.C$26.ABA
13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.
AB$26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C3.C$26.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.B$27.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$26.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$
26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C
B12.B2CB12.B2CB13.BC$26.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$27.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$26.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$27.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$27.2A
13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.
A2BA$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.
A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$43.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$43.2A13.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.3A$43.2A
13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB
$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.B2A$58.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$58.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.CBC$58.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$59.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB15.C$58.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$58.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C11.AC2.C$59.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A11.AB$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.
A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA9.ABC$59.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB8.ABC$59.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C7.ABC$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A7.ABC$74.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA5.ABC$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB4.ABC$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C3.ABC$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A3.ABC$74.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2B3.BC$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CA2.C$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.B$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.B
C$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$75.2A13.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$75.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$
91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$90.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$91.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$90.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$91.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$90.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$91.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$91.2A13.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.3A$91.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB$107.2A14.2A14.2A14.B
2A$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.CBC$106.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$107.2A14.2A14.2A$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$106.B2C
B12.B2CB12.B2CB15.C$106.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$107.2A14.2A14.2A$106.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$106.C2.C12.C2.C11.AC2.C$107.2A
14.2A11.AB$106.A2BA12.A2BA9.ABC$107.2A13.B2CB8.ABC$107.2A13.C2.C7.ABC
$123.2A7.ABC$122.A2BA5.ABC$122.B2CB4.ABC$122.C2.C3.ABC$123.2A3.ABC$
122.A2B3.BC$122.B2CA2.C$122.C2.B$124.AC$122.AB$123.3A$122.3AC58.CBA$
123.A61.CBA$185.CBA2$120.ABC$118.ABC.ABC$118.ABC!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Seawolf » May 8th, 2017, 7:22 pm

Found this.

[
x = 45, y = 30, rule = 345/2/4
7$23.ABC$21.ABC3.C7.A.C$9.ABC7.ABC.A.C8.B.B.B$8.ABC8.A.2ACBA.C6.CABC$
7.ABC7.2ABA.BA.CB5.A2B.A$6.ABC4.ABC.2ABA.C7.ABC.A.C$5.ABC3.ABC4.A.A.C
5.ABC$5.ABC3.ABC4.A.A.C5.ABC$6.ABC4.ABC.2ABA.C7.ABC.A.C$7.ABC7.2ABA.B
A.CB5.A2B.A$8.ABC8.A.2ACBA.C6.CABC$9.ABC7.ABC.A.C8.B.B.B$21.ABC3.C7.A
.C$23.ABC!



Discovered 7:20, Monday, May 8, 2017. I'll call this guy the minnow rake. (The projectiles are called bullets, the rake himself is named minnow.)

Anyway, I'll give you a brief code. He's 154 cells, period 8, and c-speed, with name minnow. So C(154)P8 Minnow, or 43283135342950384d696e6e6f77 in hexadecimal.
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Seawolf » May 8th, 2017, 7:50 pm

x = 20, y = 36, rule = 345/2/4
7.ABC$5.ABC3.C$3.ABC.A.C$3.A.2ACBA.C$.2ABA.BA.CB$.2ABA.C$2.A.A.C5$6.A
BC$4.ABC3.C$2.ABC.A.C$2.A.2ACBA.C$2ABA.BA.CB7.ABC$2ABA.C10.ABC$.A.A.C
9.ABC$.A.A.C9.ABC$2ABA.C10.ABC$2ABA.BA.CB7.ABC$2.A.2ACBA.C$2.ABC.A.C$
4.ABC3.C$6.ABC5$2.A.A.C$.2ABA.C$.2ABA.BA.CB$3.A.2ACBA.C$3.ABC.A.C$5.A
BC3.C$7.ABC!


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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Seawolf » May 8th, 2017, 7:56 pm

x = 7, y = 16, rule = 345/2/4
5$3.A$2.3A$.BA.2A$.A.2A$3.A.A$2.2CB$2.2BA$2.2A!


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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Saka » May 9th, 2017, 2:50 am

I have an entire collection of Star Wars objects. Want me to post it here?
If you're the person that uploaded to Sakagolue illegally, please PM me.
x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
b2ob2obo5b2o$11b4obo$2bob3o2bo2b3o$bo3b2o4b2o$o2bo2bob2o3b4o$bob2obo5b
o2b2o$2b2o4bobo2b3o$bo3b5ob2obobo$2bo5bob2o$4bob2o2bobobo!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby ACL_Gunner » May 10th, 2017, 4:24 pm

a wavegun:
#CXRLE Pos=-6,-13
x = 13, y = 19, rule = 345/2/4
.A4.A$8A$.A.2A.A$.2A2.2A$.A.2A.A3.CBA$.2A2.2A.A2.A$.A.2A.2A.B.2A$.2A
2.2A.2A.A$.A.2A.A2.3A$.2A2.2A.B.A.C$.A.2A.A.BCAB$.2A2.2A.CA$.A.2A.2A.
B$.2A2.2A.C$.A.2A.A$.2A2.2A$.A.2A.A$8A$.A4.A!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby Saka » May 11th, 2017, 1:48 am

Saka wrote:I have an entire collection of Star Wars objects. Want me to post it here?
I'll just do it.
Attachments
STAR WARS.zip
(17.75 KiB) Downloaded 134 times
If you're the person that uploaded to Sakagolue illegally, please PM me.
x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
b2ob2obo5b2o$11b4obo$2bob3o2bo2b3o$bo3b2o4b2o$o2bo2bob2o3b4o$bob2obo5b
o2b2o$2b2o4bobo2b3o$bo3b5ob2obobo$2bo5bob2o$4bob2o2bobobo!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby 83bismuth38 » May 12th, 2017, 3:28 pm

wall stretcher:
x = 30, y = 16, rule = 345/2/4
5.C.A.CBA$7.2B2.CBA$5.BC.A.A.A.A$6.CB8A$.A11.B.A7.CBA$18A2.CBA.CBA$.A
2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A3.CBA.CBA$5.A.A.A.A.A2.BC4A5.CBA$5.A.A.A.A.A2.BC4A5.
CBA$.A2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A3.CBA.CBA$18A2.CBA.CBA$.A11.B.A7.CBA$6.CB8A$5.
BC.A.A.A.A$7.2B2.CBA$5.C.A.CBA!
x = 8, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$3b2o$2b3o$4bobo$2obobobo$3bo2bo$2bobo2bo$2bo4bo$2bo4bo$2bo!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby 83bismuth38 » May 12th, 2017, 4:06 pm

thing:
x = 0, y = 0, rule = 345/2/4:T1000,1000
.A2.A$6A$.A2.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$
.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.
2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$
.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.
2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$
3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.
2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A6.ABA$2A.3A4.
BC.CB$.2A.A4.A.A.A.A.A.A5.A2.BA17.CBA7.A$.A.2A5.5A2.B3A3.3A2CBA17.CBA
5.3A$3A.2A4.A2.A2.CA.A5.A4.CBA17.CBA4.A$.A.2A5.A2.A2.CA.A5.A4.CBA17.C
BA$.2A.A5.5A2.B3A3.3A2CBA17.CBA$2A.3A3.A.A.A.A.A.A5.A2.BA17.CBA$.2A.A
5.BC.CB$.A.2A6.ABA$3A.2A$.A.2A$.A2.A$6A$.A2.A!

found this from experimenting with that ^:
x = 10, y = 16, rule = 345/2/4
8.2A$7.AB$7.BC$6.AC$5.AB$4.ABC$.A.B2.C$3ACBA.CBA$3ACBA.CBA$.A.B2.C$4.
ABC$5.AB$6.AC$7.BC$7.AB$8.2A!
x = 8, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$3b2o$2b3o$4bobo$2obobobo$3bo2bo$2bobo2bo$2bo4bo$2bo4bo$2bo!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby onw » June 24th, 2017, 2:18 am

Is this p4 oscillator known?
Code: Select all
x = 26, y = 11, rule = 345/2/4
22.ABC$2.CA18.ABC$2.B.B18.ABC$C2A2CA$2.B.B16.2A$2.CA17.2B$21.2CA$23.B
$22.AC$22.B$22.C!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Postby blah » June 24th, 2017, 10:14 am

onw wrote:Is this p4 oscillator known?

Yes.

I have a folder called "stephen_s" which contains patterns in this rule. I don't remember where I got it from, but it contains that oscillator (though not the synthesis you gave) in Oscs.mcl, upper left:
#MCell 2.0
#GAME Generations
#RULE 345/2/4
#BOARD 400x400
#SPEED 0
#WRAP 0
#D This is a collection of the smallest oscillators that I know of for all periods < 19.
#D Note that periods 2 and 3 are impossible.
#D Three examples are shown for period 10 because they are all the same size
#D (measuring size as minimum population).  Similarly, two p4 oscillators are shown.
#D
#D All higher periods are also possible, as examples can be constructed using the
#D method exemplified by the p7 specimen shown here.
#D
#D Stephen Silver, May 1999
#L 13.B$11.ACAC55.AB$11.BB..B10.CB9.AB7.ABC4.ABC4.ABC7.A.C$11.ACAC9.BAA.A
#L 8.A.C6.A..A..A..A..A..A7.3A5.A.A..A.C$.A11.B11.3A8.3A6.18A5.AA.AA4.B6A
#L B$3A23.A8.C.A8.A..A..A..A..A..A7.3A5.C.A..A.A$.A23.CAC8.BA7.CBA4.CBA4.
#L CBA6.C.A$12.CB12.B42.BA$11.AA.A$12.AA$11.BA.C$11.A.CB4$28.ABC26.CBA$
#L 29.A28.A$28.3A26.3A$29.A14.ABC..A8.A$29.3A8.A3.ABC.3A7.3A$28.AA.AA6.3A
#L 7.A7.AA.AA$29.3A6.C.A7.CBA7.3A$30.A8.BA18.A$29.CBA26.ABC7$76.A$48.A26.
#L A.B$21.A..A.C8.AB10.3A..A13.ABC5.3ACA$20.6AB8.A.C7.3A.5AC11.ABC6.A..B$
#L 19.A.AA.A.A7.3A8.B.3A..A.B9.A.A10.C$19.B.A13.A9.C.A5.A9.3A$19.C3A23.3A
#L 15.A.A$21.A25.A16.CB7$51.BC$12.BC36.C.A$11.A.A.C33.B.A.A$12.3AB20.AB
#L 11.4AB20.ABC$13.A.A4.ABC13.A.C12.A..C17.A..A$21.A13.3A13.3A17.6A$20.3A
#L 11.AA.AA12.A.AA.A4.C10.A..A$19.A.AAB11.3A12.AA..AA.A..A.B$20.BC14.A14.
#L A3.8A$51.A4.A3.A$50.3A6.C$51.A

Here's an RLE, if you're too lazy to load that into Golly:
x = 85, y = 56, rule = 345/2/4
12.B$11.CACA$10.B2.2B11.CB8.BC10.ABC4.ABC4.A7.A.A5.BA$11.CACA9.B2A.A
6.A.A8.A2.A2.A2.A2.A2.A.B5.3A.B3.C.A2.A$.A10.B12.3A8.3A5.C18AC3.C2A.
2AC4.6A$3A23.A10.A.A4.B.A2.A2.A2.A2.A2.A5.B.3A7.A2.A.C$.A23.CAC9.CB6.
A4.CBA4.CBA8.A.A11.AB$11.BA13.B$11.CA.C$12.2AB$12.A.A$11.CBA4$28.ABC
26.CBA$29.A28.A$28.3A26.3A$29.A14.ABC2.A8.A$29.3A8.A3.ABC.3A7.3A$28.
2A.2A6.3A7.A7.2A.2A$29.3A6.C.A7.CBA7.3A$30.A8.BA18.A$29.CBA26.ABC7$
48.CB$48.A.A24.A$21.A2.A.C7.BC11.3A2.A15.ABC3.4A$20.6AB6.A.A10.2A.5A
10.CB2.ABC4.A.B$19.A.2A.A.A7.3A10.3A2.A11.A11.CA$19.B.A13.A11.A15.3AB
8.CB$19.C3A23.3AC12.C.A.C$21.A25.A.B13.BA$48.A6$51.BC$50.C.A2.BA$13.A
35.B.A.3CBA$12.3A34.4A3.CBA13.ABC$13.A.A4.ABC13.A.A12.A4.A.CB12.A2.A$
15.ABC3.A13.3A.B11.3A3.B2.C10.6A$15.ABC2.3A11.2A.2AC11.A.2A.C2.BA11.A
2.A$19.A.2AB11.3A12.2A2.2A.A2.A.C$20.BC14.A14.A3.7AB$51.A4.A3.A.A$50.
3A$51.A!
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