Agar crawler

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An agar crawler (or sometimes called bubble) is a finite, spaceship-like pattern that moves ("crawls") through an agar.

Speeds

All agar crawlers currently known are faster than c/2, so it is not possible to put one in a greyship without it eventually crashing into the front.