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'''Garden of Eden 11''' is a [[Garden of Eden]] discovered by [[Steven Eker]] on January 25, {{year|2017}}. It requires only 88 cells to specify, making it the smallest known Garden of Eden by this metric.
 
'''Garden of Eden 11''' is a [[Garden of Eden]] discovered by [[Steven Eker]] on January 25, {{year|2017}}. It requires only 88 cells to specify, making it the smallest known Garden of Eden by this metric.

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Garden of Eden 11
x = 11, y = 9, rule = B3/S23 2b2ob3obo$bo2bobobo$ob3o2b3o$bobobo2bobo$b3o2b2o2bo$2o3b2o2bo$obobob3o $o2bobo2bo$b3o2b4o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]]
Pattern type Garden of Eden
Number of cells 50
Bounding box 11×9
Discovered by Steven Eker
Year of discovery 2017
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Garden of Eden 11 is a Garden of Eden discovered by Steven Eker on January 25, 2017. It requires only 88 cells to specify, making it the smallest known Garden of Eden by this metric.

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The orphan on which Garden of Eden 11 is based requires 88 cells to specify.

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