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`x = 18, y = 15, rule = B3/S23`

14b2o$14bo$15bo$14b2o2$14b2o$8b3o2bobo$8bobo3bo$8bobo4b3o$17bo$6bo$2ob

obobo$ob2ob2obo$8bo$8b2o!

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Maybe It's the smallest(but useless):

Code: Select all

`x = 18, y = 15, rule = B3/S23`

14b2o$14bo$15bo$14b2o2$14b2o$8b3o2bobo$8bobo3bo$8bobo4b3o$17bo$6bo$2ob

obobo$ob2ob2obo$8bo$8b2o!

Almost c/2:

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`x = 19, y = 10, rule = LifeHistory`

7.D3.D$6.DCD.DCD$5.DC2AD2ACD$3.2DAC2.A2.CA2D$3.AC.C2.D2.C.CA$.2D.C.AD

.A.DA.C.2D$.2C.A2.A3.A2.A.2C$.CA.2D7.2D.AC$DC2.2A7.2A2.CD$2A15.2A!

#C [[ STOP 2 ]]

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In the future, this sort of discovery belongs in the Herschel conduits thread. I know it's not a Herschel conduit, but we seem to have given up on the "elementary conduits" thread.

In this case, the conduit is two copies of a known pi -> pi. It was first found by David Buckingham and is used in gourmet.

In this case, the conduit is two copies of a known pi -> pi. It was first found by David Buckingham and is used in gourmet.

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