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LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby danny » November 2nd, 2018, 6:19 pm

This is a Generations rule that I discovered that is one transition from being totalistic, it is named after large natural objects that show up sometimes:
x = 32, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
3.A$2.A.B$.3A$A.A.A.A$.B.A.A.A2.B$4.A.5A.BA$3.A.A.A2.3A$4.3A.2A.A.A.B
$5.A.A.2A.A.A2.A$5.A.2A.2A.A.3A.B$4.B2A.2A.2A.2A.2A.A$6.2A.2A3.A.2A.A
.A$5.BA.A.A2.A4.A.A.B$5.A.A.A2.A.A2.A.A.A$8.A.2A.6A.4A$7.B.2A3.A2.A2.
A.A$9.A.A2.A2.A3.2A.B$8.4A.6A.2A.A$10.A.A.A2.A.A2.A.A.A$9.B.A.A4.A2.A
.A.AB$10.A.A.2A.A3.2A.2A$11.A.2A.2A.2A.2A.2AB$12.B.3A.A.2A.2A.A$14.A
2.A.A.2A.A.A$16.B.A.A.2A.3A$19.3A2.A.A.A$18.AB.5A.A$21.B2.A.A.A.B$25.
A.A.A.A$28.3A$27.B.A$28.A!


Chaotic growth starts from as little as two cells, a.la brian's brain:
x = 1, y = 2, rule = 345/2-e/3
A$A!


Speaking of that rule, there's the c/4 ship in this rule, although with an infinitely extensible backend:
x = 8, y = 30, rule = 345/2-e/3
.B$A$.BAB$2.A3$2.B$.B2.B$A2.2A$.BAB$2.A3$4.B$3.A$2.B2.AB$.B2.BA$A2.2A
$.BAB$2.A3$5.B$4.B2.B$3.A2.2A$2.B2.AB$.B2.BA$A2.2A$.BAB$2.A!

And this weird variant I found:
x = 6, y = 6, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A$BAB$3.A$4.B$4.2A$4.B!


There's also a c/2 diagonal, along with a sparkier interaction, and one possible puffer made from it:
x = 20, y = 10, rule = 345/2-e/3
18.BA$16.B.A$15.B.ABA$15.A.2A$15.B$4.B8.B$3.A.A6.A.A$2.A.B6.A.B$B.BA
5.B.BA$.3A6.3A!


But the main attraction is this lightspeed one-dimensional replicator:
x = 11, y = 12, rule = 345/2-e/3
.B$.A2.B3.A$.B4.2AB2A$B5.2AB2A$4.B3.A3$4.B3.A$B5.2AB2A$.B4.2AB2A$.A2.
B3.A$.B!

I'm surprised it even has an endpost, but here you go:
x = 67, y = 16, rule = 345/2-e/3
15.A$14.B.B$15.B$.A.A.A3.A.A3.A3.A.A3.A39.A$3A.ABA.ABA.B.ABA.B.ABA.AB
2A36.3A$.A2.ABA.ABA.B2.B2.B.ABA.AB2A37.A$5.A3.A2.B2.B2.B2.A3.A$12.B2.
B2.B$12.B2.B2.B$5.A3.A2.B2.B2.B2.A3.A$.A2.ABA.ABA.B2.B2.B.ABA.AB2A37.
A$3A.ABA.ABA.B.ABA.B.ABA.AB2A36.3A$.A.A.A3.A.A3.A3.A.A3.A39.A$15.B$
14.B.B$15.A!


It could probably be gunned, but save yourself the effort, there are two extremely common guns already:
x = 8, y = 14, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A$3A$.A$2.BA$2.BA$.A$3A$.A3$.A4.A$.6A$B.A2.A.B$.A4.A!


The latter is actually spawned usually from a wickstrecher, which can sometimes have this weird semi-signal on it:
x = 11, y = 15, rule = 345/2-e/3
8.BA$8.BA2$5.6A$5.A.AB2A$4.A3.A4$.AB5.BA$.AB5.BA2$11A$2ABA.A.AB2A$2.A
5.A!


Timebomb (starts exploding roundabout 875):
x = 11, y = 7, rule = 345/2-e/3
.AB5.BA$.AB5.BA2$11A$2ABA.A.AB2A$2.A5.A$4.A!


There's also a weird wickstrecher that can have chaos leech onto it:
x = 23, y = 23, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.B$3.A.A$2.A.B$B.BA$.3A16$21.BA$20.2BA$20.2A!


Longest lasting non-explosive methuselah I've found:
x = 3, y = 3, rule = 345/2-e/3
2A$A.A$.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby danny » November 2nd, 2018, 9:05 pm

p8+2n:
x = 11, y = 28, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A$3A$.A.BA$3.BA2$7.A$6.3A$7.A3$.A$3A$.A.BA$3.BA2$8.A$7.3A$8.A3$.A$3A
$.A.BA$3.BA2$9.A$8.3A$9.A!


Although, this rule is already omniperiodic like most B2 generation rules.

p42+2n gun:
x = 26, y = 12, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.A$3.3A$4.A2$.A$3A$.A.BA$3.BA2$.B22.A$2.AB19.3A$24.A!


EDIT: Grapple hook:
x = 58, y = 10, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A$3A$.A$2.A$.3A52.A$2.A.BA49.3A$4.BA50.A2$2.B$3.AB!


EDIT2: Gun:
x = 7, y = 6, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A$3A$.A4.A$.A4.A$3A$.A!
Last edited by danny on November 2nd, 2018, 10:21 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 2nd, 2018, 10:18 pm

Nice rule!

x = 32, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
5.A4.A$4.3A2.3A$5.A.2B.A$7.2A$.A$3A4.2B$.A5.2A3$8.2A$8.2B2$8.2A$6.A
.2B.A$5.3A2.3A$6.A4.A9$5.A4.A$4.3A2.3A$5.A.2B.A$7.2A2$7.2B$7.2A3$8.
2A$8.2B2$8.2A$6.A.2B.A$5.3A2.3A$6.A4.A!


x = 16, y = 28, rule = 345/2-e/3
9.A$8.3A$9.A4$6.2A$6.2B$8.A$8.B$9.A$9.B4$14.A$.A11.3A$3A11.A$.A7.AB
.AB$2.BA.BA2.AB.AB$2.BA.BA7.A$.A11.3A$3A11.A$.A2$5.A$4.3A$5.A!


x = 8, y = 13, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A4.A$3A2.3A$.A4.A$2.A2BA$3.2A2$3.2B$3.2A3$2.A$.3A$2.A!


x = 50, y = 29, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A4.A$3A2.3A$.A4.A$2.A2BA$3.2A2$2.B2$4.B$BA.B8.BA16.BA16.BA$2.A.A7.
BA16.BA16.BA$.3A6.BA16.BA16.BA$2.A23.BA16.BA$11.2A29.BA$11.2B14.2A$
13.A13.2B14.2A$13.B15.A13.2B$29.B15.A$45.B$3.A$2.3A14.A$3.A.A12.3A14.
A$5.BA3.B.A6.A.A12.3A$5.BA4.B.A7.BA3.B.A6.A.A$3.A.A2.B3.3A6.BA4.B.A
7.BA3.B.A$2.3A6.A.A5.A.A2.B3.3A6.BA4.B.A$3.A7.B6.3A6.A.A5.A.A2.B3.3A
$19.A7.B6.3A6.A.A$35.A7.B!


x = 17, y = 28, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.A$.A.A.B$5A.BA.BA.BA.BA$.A2.A.BA.BA.BA.BA10$12.2A$12.2B2$12.2A$12.
2B2$12.2A$12.2B2$12.2A$10.B.AB$11.2A$10.A.A$11.3A$12.A!


x = 24, y = 19, rule = 345/2-e/3
22.A$12.A8.3A$11.3A.A6.A$10.B.A.AB.AB.AB$15.B.AB.AB$22.A$12.B8.3A$12.
A9.A$13.2B$13.2A6$4.A$.A.A.B$5A.BA.BA.BA.BA.BA$.A2.A.BA.BA.BA.BA.BA!


x = 119, y = 27, rule = 345/2-e/3
13.A8.A73.A8.A$12.A.BA5.3A71.3A5.AB.A$11.3A2.B3.B.A73.A.B3.B2.3A$12.
A2.2A.AB.A75.A.BA.2A2.A$13.B2.B.AB.A75.A.BA.B2.B$20.B.A73.A.B$21.3A
71.3A$13.BA7.A73.A7.AB$12.2A.B87.B.2A$13.B.2A85.2A.B$14.AB87.BA$16.
AB36.A.A.A.A.A.A36.BA$18.A33.AB.B.B.B.B.B.BA33.A$18.B34.B.B.B3.B.B.
B34.B$19.BA30.BA.A.A.A.A.A.A.AB30.AB$2.B18.BA23.BA11.B11.AB23.AB18.
B$.A.A.A17.BA2.BA16.2A.BA8.ABA8.AB.2A16.AB2.AB17.A.A.A$5ABA.BA.BA.B
A9.BA2.BA.BA.BA.BA6.BA2.BA6.3A6.AB2.AB6.AB.AB.AB.AB2.AB9.AB.AB.AB.A
B5A$.A3.BA.BA.BA.BA13.BA.BA.BA.BA10.BA7.B7.AB10.AB.AB.AB.AB13.AB.AB
.AB.AB3.A$59.A$59.B4$69.A$68.3A$69.A!


x = 9, y = 6, rule = 345/2-e/3
.B2.B$A.A.A.2A$BABAB.ABA$A4.A.2A$.BAB.BA$2.A.3A!


x = 11, y = 9, rule = 345/2-e/3
2.A.A$2.3B$.A$2.BAB.B$A.A2.A.A.A$2B2.B.A.ABA$7.A.2A$.BABAB.BA$4.A.3A!


x = 83, y = 36, rule = 345/2-e/3
9.2A$9.2B4$76.A.3A$73.BABAB.BA$10.A68.A.2A$9.B.B55.B4.2B2.B.A.ABA$11.
2A49.BA8.A.A2.A.A.A$11.B52.B9.BAB.B$63.ABA7.A$47.BA25.3B$49.B24.A.A
$48.ABA$.A30.B$3A$.A6.AB7.BA14.ABA.BA$.A6.AB7.BA14.ABA.BA$3A$.A30.B
$48.ABA$49.B24.A.A$47.BA25.3B$63.ABA7.A$11.B52.B9.BAB.B$11.2A49.BA8.
A.A2.A.A.A$9.B.B55.B4.2B2.B.A.ABA$10.A68.A.2A$73.BABAB.BA$76.A.3A4$
9.2B$9.2A!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby danny » November 3rd, 2018, 2:13 am

Bigger c/4 rake:
x = 19, y = 14, rule = 345/2-e/3
7.BA$7.BA$7.A$.B3.2B$A5.A$.B2$9.B$4.B6.2A$11.2B2.BA$6.B4.A2.2A.BA$13.
AB2.BA$12.B2.BA$13.BA!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 3rd, 2018, 2:27 am

Some more guns:

x = 14, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
12.A$11.3A$10.B.A$11.2A$12.A$11.A2B$12.2A2$12.2B$12.2A4$2.A.B$.A.A$
6A.BA.BA$.A2.BA.BA.BA6$12.2A$12.2B2$12.2A$11.A2B$12.A$11.2A$10.B.A$
11.3A$12.A!


x = 18, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
16.A$15.3A$14.A.A$15.2A$14.B.AB$16.2A2$16.2B$16.2A2$16.2B$16.2A2$4.
A$.A.A.B$5A.BA.BA.BA.BA$.A2.A.BA.BA.BA.BA4$16.2A$16.2B2$16.2A$16.2B
2$16.2A$14.B.AB$15.2A$14.A.A$15.3A$16.A!


x = 29, y = 70, rule = 345/2-e/3
26.A$25.3A$26.A$26.2A$25.2A.A$27.B$25.2B$25.2A2$25.2B$3.A.B19.2A$2.
A.A$.6A.BA.BA.BA.BA6.2B$2.A2.BA.BA.BA.BA.BA6.2A2$25.2B$25.2A2$25.2B
$25.2A31$24.2A$24.2B2$24.2A$24.2B2$.A2.BA.BA.BA.BA.BA6.2A$6A.BA.BA.
BA.BA6.2B$.A.A$2.A.B19.2A$24.2B2$24.2A$24.2B$26.B$24.2A.A$25.2A$25.
A$24.3A$25.A!


x = 93, y = 94, rule = 345/2-e/3
25.A$24.3A$25.A$25.2A$24.2A.A$26.B$24.2B$24.2A2$24.2B$2.A.B19.2A$.A
.A$6A.BA.BA.B10.2B$.A2.BA.BA.BA12.2A21$20.B5.B$19.2A5.2A$20.B5.B$19.
3A3.3A$20.B5.B$19.A7.A$19.B7.B4$22.B.B$21.2A.2A$22.BAB2$21.BABAB$21.
A3.A$22.BAB$22.A.A$23.B$23.A$24.2B$24.2A2$24.2B$24.2A2$24.2B$24.2A2$
24.2B$24.2A2$52.BA.A.A30.A$54.BABAB28.B.A.A$28.AB.AB.AB.AB4.AB2.A7.
A23.AB.AB.AB.5A$28.AB.AB.AB.AB2.AB.A.BAB30.AB.AB.AB.A2.A$39.AB.A.B.
A$41.AB.A.BAB$43.AB2.A7.A$54.BABAB$52.BA.A.A6$80.B2$79.2A$79.2B2$79.
2A$79.2B2$79.2A$79.BA.B$80.2A$80.A.A$79.3A$80.A!


x = 104, y = 105, rule = 345/2-e/3
25.A$24.3A$25.A.B$25.2A$25.A$24.2BA$24.2A2$24.2B$24.2A$4.A$.A.A.B18.
2B$5A.BA.BA.BA10.2A$.A2.A.BA.BA.BA$24.2B$24.2A19$19.B7.B$18.A9.A$18.
B9.B$17.2A9.2A$18.B2.B3.B2.B5$22.A.A$21.BABAB$20.A5.A$21.B3.B$22.BA
B$23.A2$21.B3.B$21.A.A.A$22.BAB$22.A.A$23.B$23.A$24.2B$24.2A2$24.2B
$24.2A2$24.2B$24.2A2$24.2B$24.2A9$66.A$65.BABA$69.B31.B$58.A39.A.A.
A$37.AB.AB.AB.AB4.AB3.B.B5.B22.AB.AB.AB.AB5A$37.AB.AB.AB.AB2.AB4.B2.
2A27.AB.AB.AB.AB3.A$48.AB.2A2.2A2.B$50.AB4.B2.2A$52.AB3.B.B5.B$58.A
$69.B$65.BABA$66.A4$90.2A$90.2B2$90.2A$90.2B2$90.2A$90.2B$92.B$90.2A
.A$91.2A$91.A$90.3A$91.A!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby Layz Boi » November 3rd, 2018, 3:09 pm

Wow awesome!
It's as if Star Wars and Brian's Brain had a child!

x = 16, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
6.B3.A$4.B4.BAB$3.A2.B2A2.A$4.B2A.B.B$7.A2.A$7.B.B$6.AB.A$8.B$6.A.A$5.B.B$3.B.A.A$4.B.B$.B2.A.A$2.A.AB$2.AB.A$AB2.B$.B2.A$B.AB$A2.A$.2B$.2A$!


wick-stretcher based ship
x = 8, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
3.A$2.B.B$.$3.A$2.BAB$2.A$3.B$2B.2A$2A.A.B$
3.2A$3.A$3.2A$3.A.A$3.2A$3.A.B$3.2A$3.A$3.2A$3.A.A$3.2A$3.A.B$3.2A$3.A$3.2A$3.A.A$3.2A$3.A.B$
2B.2A$2A.3A$3.2A$!


omni-periodic 'race track' oscilators like Star Wars:
x = 16, y =32, rule = 345/2-e/3
6.A2.A$5.6A$4.A.A2.A.A$3.3A4.3A$4.A.B2.A.A$4.A.A2.B.A$3.3A4.3A$4.A.A2.A.A$5.6A$6.A2.A3$6.A2.A$5.6A$4.A.A..A.A$3.A.A.BA.A.A$2.A.A6.A.A$.A.A8.A.A$3A10.3A$.A.A8.B.A$.A.B8.A.A$3A10.3A$.A.A8.A.A$2.A.A6.A.A$3.A.A.AB.A.A$4.A.A2.A.A$5.6A$6.A2.A3$6.A2.A$5.6A$4.A.A2.A.A$3.A.A4.A.A$2.3A6.3A$3.A.A4.B.A$3.A.B4.A.A$2.3A6.3A$3.A.A4.A.A$4.A.A2.A.A$5.6A$6.A2.A7$!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby danny » November 4th, 2018, 1:35 am

x = 33, y = 12, rule = 345/2-e/3
.2A.5A.2A.7A.2A.5A.2A$A.2A.A2.3A.A.2A.2A.A.3A2.A.2A.A$3A.A2.A.A.3A.A.
A.3A.A.A2.A.3A$.A.A2.2A.2A.A.2A.2A.A.2A.2A2.A.A$A.2A.A2.2A.2A.A.A.A.
2A.2A2.A.2A.A$.2A.A.3A.A2.7A2.A.3A.A.2A$A.A.2A.A.3A2.A3.A2.3A.A.2A.A.
A$.A.A.A2.A.A.3A.A.3A.A.A2.A.A.A$10A.B.A.3A.A.B.10A$9.B2.A.2A.2A.A2.B
$15.3A$15.A.A!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 4th, 2018, 6:49 am

danny wrote:Breeder


Exquisite!

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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 4th, 2018, 12:53 pm

Nice gun:

x = 136, y = 136, rule = 345/2-e/3
55.AB$53.AB10.A$53.AB9.BAB$55.AB10.A$66.B6$79.B$65.2A12.2A$65.2B10.
B.B$78.A$51.A$50.B.B$52.2A$52.B6$93.B$94.A$91.BAB$92.A2$38.A$37.BAB
$40.A$39.B6$106.B$65.2A39.2A$65.2B37.B.B$105.A$24.A$23.B.B37.B4.B$25.
2A24.A2.BA.BA.BA8.AB.AB.AB2.A$25.B24.6A.BA.BA8.AB.AB.6A$51.A.A9.B4.
B9.A.A$52.A.B22.B.A$65.2A$65.2B2$65.2A24.A28.B$65.2B23.3A28.A$89.A.
A26.BAB$65.2A23.2A27.A13.2A$44.A20.2B22.B.AB40.2B$11.A31.3A18.B26.2A
39.A2.A$10.BAB31.A.A16.A.2A65.B2.B$13.A30.2A18.2A25.2B$12.B30.BA.B18.
A25.2A$43.2A19.3A$65.A25.2B$43.2B46.2A$43.2A$79.A10.B2.B$43.2B31.A.
A.B52.B$43.2A30.5A.BA.BA.BA7.BA25.BA8.2A$76.A2.A.BA.BA.BA7.BA25.BA6.
B.B$42.B2.B86.A$3.A86.B2.B$2.B.B6.AB25.AB7.AB.AB.AB.A2.A$.2A8.AB25.
AB7.AB.AB.AB.5A30.2A$2.B52.B.A.A31.2B$42.B2.B10.A$91.2A$43.2A46.2B$
43.2B25.A$69.3A19.2A$43.2A25.A18.B.AB30.B$43.2B25.2A18.2A30.A$B2.B65.
2A.A16.A.A31.BAB$A2.A39.2A26.B18.3A31.A$.2B40.BA.B22.2B20.A$.2A13.A
27.2A23.2A$15.BAB26.A.A$14.A28.3A23.2B$15.B28.A24.2A2$69.2B$69.2A$56.
A.B22.B.A$55.A.A9.B4.B9.A.A$54.6A.BA.BA8.AB.AB.6A24.B$55.A2.BA.BA.B
A8.AB.AB.AB2.A24.2A$67.B4.B37.B.B$111.A$30.A$29.B.B37.2B$28.2A39.2A
$29.B6$96.B$95.A$96.BAB$97.A2$43.A$42.BAB$41.A$42.B6$83.B$82.2A$83.
B.B$84.A$57.A$56.B.B10.2B$55.2A12.2A$56.B6$69.B$68.A10.BA$69.BAB9.B
A$70.A10.BA$79.BA!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby danny » November 4th, 2018, 4:31 pm

p14 gun:
x = 6, y = 14, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.A$3.3A$2.A.A$.A.A$3A$.A$2.BA$2.BA$.A$3A$.A.A$2.A.A$3.3A$4.A!

It can make a diagonal gun:
x = 22, y = 25, rule = 345/2-e/3
12.A4.A$11.3A2.3A$10.A.A.2B.A.A$9.A.A2.2A2.A.A$8.3A8.3A$9.A10.A6$4.A$
3.3A$2.A.A$.A.A$3A$.A$2.BA$2.BA$.A$3A$.A.A$2.A.A$3.3A$4.A!


Unfortunately it's not minimal period, that would be 12. Even worse is that it coludn't be made by the standard 2G.

More guns:
x = 21, y = 65, rule = 345/2-e/3
10.A4.A$9.3A2.3A$8.A.A.2B.A.A$7.A.A2.2A2.A.A$6.3A8.3A$7.A10.A6$4.A$3.
3A$2.A.A$.A.A$3A$.A$2.BA$2.BA$.A$3A$.A.A$2.A.A$3.3A$4.A4$10.A4.A$9.3A
2.3A$8.A.A.2B.A.A$7.A.A2.2A2.A.A$6.3A8.3A$7.A10.A6$4.A$3.3A$2.A.A$.A.
A$3A$.A$2.BA$2.BA$.A$3A$.A.A$2.A.A$3.3A$4.A7$8.A10.A$7.3A8.3A$8.A.A2.
2A2.A.A$9.A.A.2B.A.A$10.3A2.3A$11.A4.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby AforAmpere » November 4th, 2018, 5:06 pm

C/4 to photon converter:
x = 11, y = 10, rule = 345/2-e/3
5.A$4.3A$5.A$9.A$8.3A$9.A2$ABA$.B$2.AB!


Conversion to base photon:
x = 11, y = 14, rule = 345/2-e/3
5.A$4.3A$5.A$9.A$8.3A$9.A2$ABA$.B$2.AB2$8.A$7.3A$8.A!


Different angle:
x = 17, y = 10, rule = 345/2-e/3
5.A6.A2.A$4.3A4.6A$5.A6.A2.A$12.4A$12.A2.A$12.A2.A$11.6A$ABA9.A2.A$.B
$2.AB!


EDIT, a few interesting mechanisms:
x = 153, y = 24, rule = 345/2-e/3
13.A72.A56.A$12.3A70.3A54.3A$13.A72.A56.A3$18.A72.A56.A$17.3A70.3A54.
3A$18.A.A70.A.A54.A.A$19.3A70.3A54.3A$20.A72.A56.A$BA71.BA55.BA$BA71.
BA55.BA4$21.A$20.3A$21.A63.A8.A$84.3A6.3A46.A8.A$85.A8.A46.3A6.3A$
142.A8.A$15.A$14.3A$15.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby danny » November 4th, 2018, 6:05 pm

AforAmpere wrote:EDIT, a few interesting mechanisms:
x = 153, y = 24, rule = 345/2-e/3
13.A72.A56.A$12.3A70.3A54.3A$13.A72.A56.A3$18.A72.A56.A$17.3A70.3A54.
3A$18.A.A70.A.A54.A.A$19.3A70.3A54.3A$20.A72.A56.A$BA71.BA55.BA$BA71.
BA55.BA4$21.A$20.3A$21.A63.A8.A$84.3A6.3A46.A8.A$85.A8.A46.3A6.3A$
142.A8.A$15.A$14.3A$15.A!


One of those can be a reflecc:
x = 12, y = 15, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A$3A7.A$.A7.3A$10.A5$7.AB$7.AB$2.A$.3A$2.A.A$3.3A$4.A!


EDIT: Breeder2:
x = 24, y = 9, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A6.AB$3A5.AB$.A.A14.A$2.3A12.3A$3.A.A12.A.A$4.3A12.3A$5.A14.A.A$21.
3A$22.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby KittyTac » November 4th, 2018, 10:33 pm

x = 6, y = 7, rule = 34/2-e/3:T500,500
2.2B$2.2A3$.A2.A$6A$.A2.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 5th, 2018, 10:52 pm

x = 112, y = 82, rule = 345/2-e/3
5.A4.A$4.3A2.3A$5.A.2A.A$6.B2.B$.A$3A$.A14.BA13.BA13.A$16.BA13.B13.
2B$14.BA15.BA11.A.A$12.BA13.A.B.2A11.B$27.2B.AB4.A$27.2A3.A2.3A$7.B
2.B21.B3.A$6.A.2A.A$5.3A2.3A40.AB$6.A4.A40.B$51.ABA5$61.A$29.2A29.2B
$29.2B28.A.A$31.A27.B$31.B$32.A$32.B4.A$24.A11.3A$23.3A9.B.A30.AB$24.
A.B9.A30.B$25.A10.A29.ABA$25.A9.B.A$24.A.B9.3A$23.3A11.A$24.A17.2A$
42.2B32.A$28.A46.2B$27.3A44.A.A24.A$28.A45.B25.3A$101.A2$97.A$64.A4.
A26.3A11.A$47.A15.3A2.3A12.AB12.A.B9.3A$46.3A15.A4.A12.B15.A9.B.A$47.
A17.A2BA12.ABA14.A10.A$97.A.B9.A$64.B.B29.3A9.B.A$48.AB13.A10.B22.A
11.3A$42.3A.AB13.AB42.B4.A$42.2B.B13.AB30.A13.A$45.A13.AB13.A15.2B12.
B$44.2BA21.B.B2.3A13.A.A12.A$46.A27.A14.B12.2B$45.B20.A2BA32.2A$65.
A4.A$64.3A2.3A$65.A4.A$98.AB$97.B$96.ABA4$42.2A$42.2B$44.A$44.B$45.
A4.A$37.A8.B2.3A$36.3A9.A.A$37.A.A6.B.B$39.B8.B$39.B.B6.A.A$37.A.A9.
3A$36.3A2.B8.A$37.A2$41.A$40.3A2.B$41.A!


x = 136, y = 95, rule = 345/2-e/3
101.A$100.3A$101.A2$97.A6.2A$96.3A5.2B4.A$97.A5.A5.3A$98.BA3.B6.A$98.
BA3.2A3.AB$97.A6.B3.AB$96.3A5.A5.A$97.A4.2B5.3A$102.2A6.A$5.A4.A$4.
3A2.3A$5.A.2B.A$7.2A$.A$3A4.2B$.A5.2A11.BA$20.BA25.A$18.BA12.B13.2B
$8.2A6.BA10.AB3.A.A9.A.A57.B$8.2B16.AB.2A3.B.A8.B59.A19.A4.A$27.B2.
B2.A.3A66.B19.3A2.3A$8.2A16.B2.B4.B.A67.A20.A.2B.A$6.A.2B.A14.A2.BA
4.A66.2B23.2A$5.3A2.3A14.2B73.2A30.A$6.A4.A15.2A25.AB77.3A$53.B54.A
B13.AB9.A$52.ABA53.AB13.AB2.ABA$29.2A79.AB13.ABA2.BA$29.2B81.AB16.B
A$31.A$31.B$32.A29.A63.2A$32.B28.2B61.A.2B.A$60.A.A42.B17.3A2.3A$60.
B44.A18.A4.A$104.B$37.A66.A$24.A11.3A63.2B$23.3A11.A64.2A$24.A7.AB.
AB32.AB$25.BA.BA2.AB.AB5.2A24.B$25.BA.BA7.A4.2B23.ABA$24.A11.3A$23.
3A11.A$24.A2$28.A48.A$27.3A46.2B$28.A46.A.A$75.B3$64.A4.A$47.A15.3A
2.3A$46.3A15.A.2A.A14.AB11.A$47.A17.B2.B14.B12.3A$43.B2.ABA17.2B14.
ABA12.A$42.B.B21.2A$44.A14.AB$44.B.B10.AB$45.B.AB6.AB$45.A2.2A5.AB17.
A17.A$46.B2.BA16.2A4.3A15.2B$46.2A.BA16.2B5.A15.A.A12.B$47.BA17.B2.
B20.B14.A$65.A.2A.A33.B$64.3A2.3A32.A$65.A4.A14.A16.2B$84.3A15.2A$85.
A$42.2A$42.2B$44.A$44.B$45.A46.A$45.B45.3A$92.A2$50.A$37.A11.3A$36.
3A9.B.A$37.A.B6.AB.A$38.A.BA4.AB.A50.A.A$38.A.BA6.B.A48.3AB$37.A.B9.
3A48.A.A$36.3A11.A$37.A2$41.A$40.3A$41.A!


x = 63, y = 48, rule = 345/2-e/3
39.A4.A$38.3A2.3A$37.A.A.2A.A.A$36.A.A.B2.B.A.A$35.3A8.3A$34.B.A10.
A.B5$5.B$4.A52.B$3.3A52.A$2.A.A52.3A$.A.A54.A.A$3A38.2B16.A.A$.A.B37.
2A17.3A$2.A12.BA42.B.A$2.A12.BA29.AB12.A$.A.B19.B22.AB12.A$3A20.2A34.
B.A$.A.A17.B.B36.3A$2.A.A17.A4.B31.A.A$3.3A12.2A8.A29.A.A$4.A13.2B5.
BAB29.3A$5.B20.A31.A$30.B26.B$30.2A11.B$28.B.B12.A$29.A4.B6.2B$35.A
5.2A$32.BAB$33.A$37.B$11.B.A10.A.B10.2A$12.3A8.3A9.B.B$13.A.A.B2.B.
A.A11.A$14.A.A.2A.A.A$15.3A2.3A$16.A4.A6$37.A$36.3A$37.A!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby AforAmpere » November 6th, 2018, 4:10 pm

Basic photon to wide C/4 d converter:
x = 12, y = 16, rule = 345/2-e/3
7.A2.A$6.6A$7.A2.A7$6.AB$6.AB$.A$3A$.A.A$2.3A$3.A!


Shifter:
x = 45, y = 18, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.A$3.3A$4.A9$6.AB35.AB$6.AB35.AB$.A$3A$.A.A$2.3A$3.A!


All osc periods above 37 are possible with loops:
x = 132, y = 33, rule = 345/2-e/3
6$53.A69.A$52.3A67.3A$8.A44.A.A20.A46.A.A$7.3A44.3A18.3A46.3A$8.A46.A
20.A48.A$9.B2.BA35.BA26.B2.BA36.BA$12.BA35.BA29.BA36.BA7$9.AB35.AB30.
AB36.AB$9.AB35.AB2.B27.AB36.AB2.B$4.A46.A20.A48.A$3.3A44.3A18.3A46.3A
$4.A.A44.A20.A.A46.A$5.3A65.3A$6.A67.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 6th, 2018, 6:59 pm

x = 10, y = 8, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.2A$4.2B$2.AB2.A.A$AB3.B.3A$AB3.B.3A$2.AB2.A.A$4.2B$4.2A!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby Layz Boi » November 6th, 2018, 8:18 pm

x = 32, y = 256, rule = 345/2-e/3
BB$AA14$.....A.A$....A.AAA$...AAA.A$....A.A16$20.......BB$20.......AA14$20...A.A$20..A.AAA$20.AAA.A$20..A.A16$B$A$.BB$.AA12$.....ABA$......A$.....AAA$......A16$20.B$20.A$20..BB$20..AA15$20...ABA$20....A$20...AAA$20....A16$B$A$.BB$.AA12$.....A$....AAA$.....A16$20.B$20.A$20..BB$20..AA15$20..A$20.AAA$20..A16$......BB$......AA14$...A$..AAA$.A.A$AAA$.A16$!


x = 8, y = 8, rule = 345/2-e/3
....B$.....A.A$..A.AAAB$.AAA.A.A$B.A$!


x = 8, y = 8, rule = 345/2-e/3
........A.B.A$....AB.A.A.AAA$AB...BAAAAAAAA$..A$..ABAAAAAAAAA$..ABAAAAAAAAA$..A$AB...BAAAAAAAA$....AB.A.A.AAA$........A.B.A12$!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 8th, 2018, 12:45 pm

x = 52, y = 16, rule = 345/2-e/3
41.A2.A$24.A15.6A$11.AB10.3A4.A10.A2.A$9.AB13.A4.3A$9.AB19.A5.A$35.
3A$.A34.A$3A$.A.BA7.BA$3.B10.BA32.A$4.A9.BA29.A.BAB$2.B3A38.BAB3.A$
2.A.A38.A3.A.3A$43.B4.A.A$47.3A$48.A!


x = 53, y = 58, rule = 345/2-e/3
7.A2.A$6.6A15.A$5.A.A2.A10.A4.3A8.BA$6.B2.B10.3A4.A11.BA$15.A5.A17.
BA$14.3A32.A$15.A32.B.A$49.3A$40.AB8.A.A$38.AB9.A.B$5.AB31.AB7.A.BA
$.A.AB41.3A$3A3.2AB38.A$.A.A.AB41.B$2.3A.BA$3.A$4.B25$4.B$3.A$2.3A.
BA$.A.A.AB41.B$3A3.2AB38.A$.A.AB41.3A$5.AB31.AB7.A.BA$38.AB9.A.B$40.
AB8.A.A$49.3A$15.A32.B.A$14.3A32.A$15.A5.A17.BA$6.B2.B10.3A4.A11.BA
$5.A.A2.A10.A4.3A8.BA$6.6A15.A$7.A2.A!



x = 81, y = 58, rule = 345/2-e/3
35.A2.A$34.6A15.A$33.A.A2.A10.A4.3A8.BA$34.B2.B10.3A4.A11.BA$43.A5.
A17.BA$42.3A32.A$43.A32.B.A$.A75.3A$3A65.AB8.A.A$.A.A62.AB9.A.B$2.3A
28.AB31.AB7.A.BA$3.A25.A.AB41.3A$28.3A3.2AB38.A$29.A.A.AB41.B$30.3A
.BA$31.A$32.B25$32.B$31.A$30.3A.BA$29.A.A.AB41.B$28.3A3.2AB38.A$3.A
25.A.AB41.3A$2.3A28.AB31.AB7.A.BA$.A.A62.AB9.A.B$3A65.AB8.A.A$.A75.
3A$43.A32.B.A$42.3A32.A$43.A5.A17.BA$34.B2.B10.3A4.A11.BA$33.A.A2.A
10.A4.3A8.BA$34.6A15.A$35.A2.A!


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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby Layz Boi » November 11th, 2018, 5:31 pm

bprentice wrote:
x = 53, y = 47, rule = 345/2-e/3
36.A$35.B.A$36.3A$32.AB.B.A$33.A6.2A$32.3AB4.2B$33.A.A6.A$42.B12$36.
B$36.A$34.2B$34.2A2$42.A$41.3A$42.A5$42.A2.A$25.A15.6A$6.AB16.3A15.
A2.A$4.AB19.A$4.AB2$2.A$.3A$A.A16.BA24.A$.B.B.BA14.BA21.B.B3.B$5.A15.
BA20.2A.2A.A.A$3.B3A37.B.B.AB.A$3.A.A40.2B2.3A$46.A2.A.A$48.3A$49.A!


Here's a still life that converts the second-smallest photon to the smallest photon.
x = 13, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
2.B$2.A$2B$2A8$7.A$6.3A$7.A.A$5.2A.3A$4.3A2.A$5.A$!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby Redstoneboi » November 12th, 2018, 6:42 am

Layz Boi wrote:Here's a still life that converts the second-smallest photon to the smallest photon.
x = 13, y = 32, rule = 345/2-e/3
2.B$2.A$2B$2A8$7.A$6.3A$7.A.A$5.2A.3A$4.3A2.A$5.A$!

I propose calling that second smallest photon the “Igniter” and the smallest the “Head”

0 deg Igniter to head population 10:
x = 13, y = 9, rule = 345/2-e/3
7.A$6.3A$.A5.A$3A$.A2$11.AB$9.AB$9.AB!


cis(?) 90 deg igniter to head
x = 12, y = 3, rule = 345/2-e/3
.A8.AB$3A5.AB$.A6.AB!


Igniter 180 degree reflector allows periods 2n for all natural numbers n >= 4
x = 13, y = 48, rule = 345/2-e/3
7.A$5.4A$3.AB2.A$3.AB2$.A$3A$.A3$6.A.A$5.AB3A$3.AB.A.A$3.AB2$.A$3A$.A
2$8.A$7.B.A$5.AB.3A$3.AB2.B.A$3.AB3.A2$.A$3A$.A2$9.B$10.A$5.AB2.3A$3.
AB5.A$3.AB4.B2$.A$3A$.A3$11.A$5.AB3.3A$3.AB6.A$3.AB2$.A$3A$.A!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby bprentice » November 12th, 2018, 7:27 am

The three guns above have been edited. Thank you AforAmpere, Layz Boi and Redstoneboi.

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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby Redstoneboi » November 12th, 2018, 9:38 am

Diamond Lightspeed Breeder
x = 7, y = 10, rule = 345/2-e/3
.2A$4A$.2A$B2.A$.2A.B$AB2.2A$5.B$4.A.A$.BABA.B$2.2A.B!
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Re: LightShow (345/2-e/3)

Postby Moosey » January 27th, 2019, 6:00 pm

This is my first post, and I have looked at this rule for a while.
Here is a 7-cell clean quadratic growth, which I believe is the smallest.
x = 7, y = 6, rule = 345/2-e/3
2A3.2A4$4.A$4.AB!

Furthermore, this sparky spaceship, which I call the Weekender-like spaceship, is a rake stabilized by two sparks into a spaceship.
x = 19, y = 10, rule = 345/2-e/3
2.A3.B2.B2.B3.A$.BAB2.B.B.B.B2.BAB$A2.3AB5.B3A2.A$.BAB11.BAB$2.A6.A6.
A$7.AB.BA$3.AB3.B.B3.BA$3.AB.B2.A2.B.BA$5.ABA3.ABA$5.2A5.2A!

I have used it to create a bunch of rakes/breeders, such as
x = 62, y = 173, rule = 345/2-e/3
39.B$38.2A$39.B.B$40.A2$47.B$47.2A$45.B2.BA$41.2A3.A2.AB$41.2B4.B2.2A
$40.A2.A4.B.B$40.BA.B5.A$41.AB$42.2A$40.B2.B$44.A$44.B$43.B$40.B2.2A$
41.B2.BA$42.A2.AB$43.B2.2A$44.B.B$45.A9$42.B$42.2A$42.B$40.BA$38.BA$
36.BA2$45.A3.B2.B2.B3.A$44.BAB2.B.B.B.B2.BAB$43.A2.3AB5.B3A2.A$44.BAB
11.BAB$45.A6.A6.A$50.AB.BA$46.AB3.B.B3.BA$46.AB.B2.A2.B.BA$48.ABA3.AB
A$48.2A5.2A$26.BA$26.BA$25.2A$25.B2$24.A3.B2.B2.B3.A$23.BAB2.B.B.B.B
2.BAB$22.A2.3AB5.B3A2.A$23.BAB11.BAB$24.A6.A6.A$29.AB.BA$25.AB3.B.B3.
BA$25.AB.B2.A2.B.BA$27.ABA3.ABA$27.2A5.2A14$20.2A$20.2B31$20.2A$20.2B
31$20.2A$20.2B15$2.A3.B2.B$.BAB2.B.B.B$A2.3AB$.BAB$2.A6.A6.B$7.AB.BA
4.B.B$3.AB3.B.B3.B.A5.B2.B2.B3.A$3.AB.B2.A2.B.BA.BAB2.B.B.B.B2.BAB$5.
ABA3.ABA2.A2.3AB5.B3A2.A$5.2A5.2A3.BAB11.BAB$18.A6.A6.A$23.AB.BA$19.A
B3.B.B3.BA$19.AB.B2.A2.B.BA$21.ABA3.ABA$21.2A5.2A!

EDIT:
I thought I should say that I have a large collection of stuff in this rule, in case you want more.
EDIT2:
the first rake that travels at c/4 diagonal:
x = 20, y = 16, rule = 345/2-e/3
12.B$11.A$4.B7.BAB$3.2A8.A.B$2.AB$.BA2.A2.B$2A2.2B2.2A2.BA.A$.B.B2.BA
B5.BAB$2.A4.A5.2A$14.B$15.BA$15.B2.AB$14.B2.BA$13.A2.2A$14.BAB$15.A!

EDIT3:
Is this type of ship known?
x = 6, y = 7, rule = 345/2-e/3
2.AB$.BA$2A2.B$.B$2.A$3.BAB$4.A!

Another that I doubt is known:
x = 10, y = 7, rule = 345/2-e/3
4.B$3.2A$2.AB$.BA2.A2.B$2A2.2B2.2A$.B.B2.BAB$2.A4.A!

It is an important component of the c/4d rake
EDIT4:
space nonfiller (except for the very center)
x = 67, y = 76, rule = 345/2-e/3
51.A$50.BAB$49.2A2.A$48.AB2.B$47.BA2.B$50.AB$52.B$52.2A5.A4.A$50.BAB
5.BAB2.B.B$51.A.AB2.2A2.2B2.2A$58.B2.A2.AB$63.BA$51.B.A8.2A$52.BAB7.B
$55.A$54.B7$49.A$48.BAB$47.2A2.A$46.AB2.B$45.BA2.B$48.AB$50.B$50.2A$
48.BAB$49.A2$44.A$12.B30.B.B3.B$11.2A32.2A2.A.A4.A$10.AB33.B4.BAB2.B.
B$9.BA2.A2.B29.B2.2A2.2B2.2A$8.2A2.2B2.2A2.B29.B2.A2.AB$9.B.B2.BAB4.B
33.BA$10.A4.A.A2.2A32.2A$17.B3.B.B30.B$22.A2$17.A$16.BAB$15.2A$16.B$
17.BA$17.B2.AB$16.B2.BA$15.A2.2A$16.BAB$17.A7$12.B$11.A$4.B7.BAB$3.2A
8.A.B$2.AB$.BA2.A2.B$2A2.2B2.2A2.BA.A$.B.B2.BAB5.BAB$2.A4.A5.2A$14.B$
15.BA$15.B2.AB$14.B2.BA$13.A2.2A$14.BAB$15.A!
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