Crrrrrrystal wrote:Hello all. I'm just a college student that likes to fill his limited free time with looking through random math-related disciplines. I'm making an account after finding out about the recently discovered elementary knightship (congrats, everyone!), which resparked my old passion for CAs.

Recently, I've been looking through and found:

B245/S367.

Pretty generally boring rule with some still lifes and oscillators, but it has one surprisingly low-population long-period oscillator (168 generations) that is surprisingly common, I've found it in the ash of most sufficiently large soups. It mirrors itself with an offset of 4 tiles after 84 generations. Go check it out!Code: Select all`x = 2, y = 6, rule = B367/S245`

bo$o$o$o$o$bo!

You mixed up the birth and survival numbers.