Life Period-6 Pseudo-Oscillators

Size in bits: 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25
Cost in gliders: unknown



The 4 nineteen-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

19-bit P6 pseudo-oscillators

Up beacon on jam [11] Up beacon below jam [11] Down beacon on jam [11] Down beacon below jam [11]

All of these have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.


The 3 twenty-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

20-bit pseudo-P6

Block on unix [7] Down beacon on eater eating eater [12] Up beacon on eater eating eater [11]

All of these except block on unix have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.


The 6 21-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

21-bit pseudo-P6

Up bipole on jam [13] Up bipole below jam [13] Down boat on unix [8] Up boat on unix [8] Down bipole on jam [13] Down bipole below jam [13]

All of these except the two variants of boat on unix have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.


The 41 22-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

Unfortunately, due to time limitations, these cannot yet be shown. These consist of:

All of these except those involving unix have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.

All of these are easy to synthesize using standard techniques.


The 74 23-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

Unfortunately, due to time limitations, these cannot yet be shown. These consist of:

All of these except still-life on unix have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.

All of these are easy to synthesize using standard techniques.


The 336 24-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

Unfortunately, due to time limitations, these cannot yet be shown. These consist of:

All of these except those involving unix or blonker have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.

All of these are easy to synthesize using standard techniques, except these 4, for which syntheses are also trivial, but that rely on a predecessor for which no synthesis yet exists.

24-bit pseudo-P6

Up beacon on down skewed poles [x+6] Up beacon below down skewed poles [x+7] Down beacon on down skewed poles [x+6] Down beacon below down skewed poles [x+6]


The 734 25-bit period 6 pseudo-oscillators

Unfortunately, due to time limitations, these cannot yet be shown. These consist of:

All of these except boat on blonker, and 9-bit still-life or tripole or block on boat on unix have a pseudo-period of 6, a composite of 2 and 3.

All of these are easy to synthesize using standard techniques, except these 8, for which syntheses are also trivial, but that rely on two predecessors for which syntheses do not yet exist.

25-bit pseudo-P6

Up beacon on bowed caterer [x+6] Up beacon on fire spitting [x+6] Down beacon on bowed caterer [x+6] Up beacon below bowed caterer [x+12]
Up beacon below fire spitting [x+7] Down beacon on fire spitting [x+6] Down beacon below bowed caterer [x+8] Down beacon below fire spitting [x+6]


The 12 period 6 pseudo-oscillators up to 25 bits without any known syntheses

These are all easy to synthesize, but are based on three predecessors that do not yet have syntheses.

unknown P6 pseudo-oscillators

Up beacon on down skewed poles [x+6] Up beacon below down skewed poles [x+7] Down beacon on down skewed poles [x+6] Down beacon below down skewed poles [x+6] Up beacon on bowed caterer [x+6] Up beacon on fire spitting [x+6]
Down beacon on bowed caterer [x+6] Up beacon below bowed caterer [x+12] Up beacon below fire spitting [x+7] Down beacon on fire spitting [x+6] Down beacon below bowed caterer [x+8] Down beacon below fire spitting [x+6]



Related: period-6 oscillators.

Other pseudo-oscillators by period: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12, 15, 30, 60, other.

Other types: still-lifes, pseudo-still-lifes, oscillators, pseudo-oscillators, oscillators by period, pseudo-oscillators by period, guns, multi-colored Life, basic spaceships and pseudo-spaceships, exotic spaceships, spaceships flotillae, puffers, constellations, methuselahs, not quite stable objects.

See also: Life objects sorted by: counts, frequency of occurrence, cost in gliders, name, size in bits, or type.

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