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x = 6, y = 4, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.A$A.DH$AD3.A$A2.A!
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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S23Investigator
A2.A.A$3.2D.A$2.H2.A$.A$2.A!
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x = 6, y = 4, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.A$A.DH$AD3.A$A2.A!
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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S23Investigator
A2.A.A$3.2D.A$2.H2.A$.A$2.A!
Reduction:C_R_116 wrote: ↑May 31st, 2024, 12:52 amP34:Code: Select all
x = 11, y = 10, rule = StateInvestigator 3.A$3.2A$3.A$8.2A$8.AED2$.E2AE$ED2.DE$E2D.DE$.EDAE!
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x = 8, y = 9, rule = StateInvestigator
2.A$2.2A$2.A4.E$5.E.B3$E2AE$D2.D$E2DE!
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x = 7, y = 7, rule = StateInvestigator
.A$.2A$.A4.E$4.E.B3$2B!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
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x = 5, y = 1, rule = B3/S23Investigator
Q.H.Q!
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x = 10, y = 11, rule = B3/S23Investigator
9.A$9.A$3.A5.A$.A2$Q.H.H2$.A$3.A5.A$9.A$9.A!
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x = 128, y = 128, rule = StateInvestigator
22.CEDE3.EDE3.EDE3.EDE18.D$E2A16.C2.ED4.CD4.CD4.CD11.EDE3.E.CE.E$A2.A
4.E10.D2.D3.ECD3.ECD3.ECD6.EDE2.CD3.ED2.DE.D2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED17.E
D$A.I14.2E.DE24.CD2.ECD33.2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED$EA11.E5.ECED3.ECD3.ECD3.
ECD4.CD$2.AI9.D5.D2.ED4.CD4.CD4.CD8.ECD3.E.D51.C8.EDE$2.E.C7.2ED3.DE
3.EDE3.EDE3.EDE3.EDE.CD5.CD3.2EA57.ED$13.2ED.DEC26.CD5.EDE2.DED55.ED$
14.3E30.EDE10.ED2ED2ED2ED41.E2.ED7.E$16.D53.B2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED2ED
2ED2ED12.CED9.E$15.E.DC18.DEDE2DEDED6.DEDED42.EA5.C5.DE$E9.E6.C82.DED
E8.D2.D9.D.E$O5.A3.O28.A4.A10.A14.2Q40.C2.ED10.E$O3.2A.2A.O19.B.EDC
20.A35.E.2A4.E15.CED$O5.A3.O18.E5.E5.2A31.E18.A2.A20.EA3.E$E9.E24.D
13.E17.E21.D7.A3.D8.ED3.E.2DE$32.E2.D13.DE46.A16.AD10.C$19.A14.EC14.E
4.A41.A15.A.E$11.C7.3A28.E4.3A19.E7.C7.A2.A18.D$7.2E2.E9.A27.2E6.A21.
E3.E9.2A19.AE$21.A13.A21.A45.ED5.3ED.E$35.A34.CE29.ED2.DC7.2E$33.3A
64.E$5.E15.C11.A22.EC41.E4.E$20.R34.E33.A13.E9.CD2.E$52.E27.E8.A12.E
12.DC$10.C8.E67.3A12.E12.2E$10.E8.E8.A58.A24.CED.DE$.CD25.AD11.B62.B
8.D3.D4.ED$3.DC18.R3.A.E11.B41.Q15.E4.E5.D2E5.E2.D$3.2E23.D54.ED4.C
10.C2DE8.D4.ED2E4.E$CED.DC43.C11.E20.3EDE21.E4.2E.E4.D2ED.E$.D3.DC50.
A11.2A10.E2D23.E.D2ED3.ED3.E.D2.D$57.3A9.2A12.E23.D2.D6.EDE2.2E2.E$E
5.E52.A47.E2.E6.C3EDC3.C$19.R39.A50.E6.D4.DE.D.D$.E3.E85.EDB8.2D4.CD.
DC11.C$2.E.E88.E9.E4.D3.D5.E3.D2E2.C$2.C.E14.C20.B17.E40.2A15.E3.EDED
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2.D$33.C43.E4.3A20.E3.E4.CD7.D3.E$E5.E32.DE20.E20.A25.ED.E2.D5.DCE4.E
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38.E13.E2.E2.E8.E.2E$2.E.E14.E3.E14.C.D13.D.C7.E43.E2.EDCD5.DE2.D.D$
2.C.E15.3A17.R13.D52.B.DE.ED7.B2.E2.E$.CD.DC24.3E8.C27.2E40.CDE7.ED2E
2.D$ED3.DE23.EH.AE12.2A7.E13.B29.E8.2EB12.D$D5.DE22.E3.R12.2A14.2A42.
D.D15.E$E5.2E21.ED2.DE29.A43.C15.D$29.D3.E43.A2.A19.A8.D11.ED3E$4.DE
12.3E8.E2.AE46.D5.K12.A.A7.EB2EBC10.D$2.CD2.DE9.2D.DQ7.E3.D42.D4.A4.K
11.A.H.A11.E12.E$17.E3.ED6.R3.AE23.E17.DA2.DE16.A.H.A24.D$4.E15.E9.D
2.AQE63.A.A24.AE$5.E24.EB2.ADCDE25.E35.A21.C2.2AQ$6.E8.B16.C4.2AQE86.
E$.3A29.B6.D43.EDE11.2E27.Q$18.A.3A11.EB3.AD25.A7.2A7.DE6.D35.E$A3.A
4.2A6.2A8.C7.EDA.AE16.A2.A3.A3.A3.A4.A4.ED7.D35.Q$C3.C3.E.A24.EBA.AR
15.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E3.D44.E$8.D22.EDECDA3.E15.A.2I.A.A.IEI.A.A.I2EI.A3.D
A8.ED9.C23.Q$.3A4.E3DB21.A.3ADE15.D4ED.D5ED.D6ED14.D2.C9.E2D18.E$2.A
7.3EB8.2AEB8.A4.D63.E3.AE18.Q$C3.C17.EDE10.DBEDE6.3A.E57.DE17.E$.3A
27.EDECE10.A19.A7.2A22.E10.DE16.Q$45.2A5.C4.A2.A3.A3.A3.A4.A3.DA4.A
10.E.D9.DE.C13.E$A3.A51.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E2.DA3.3A5.AD15.ED14.Q$C3.C31.A
19.D4.D.D5.D.D6.D6.2A.A5.AD4.E9.D2.DE12.E$20.A36.E2NE3.ENENE3.EN2ENE
23.E7.DE2.C13.Q$.3A5.A47.4E3.5E3.6E30.DEC16.E$2.A104.DE18.Q$C3.C3.ENE
4.OBDEIEIEDBO4.C2DEICICIE2DC40.D20.EDE20.E$.3A62.A7.2A7.DE8.AD32.Q$9.
A47.A2.A3.A3.A3.A4.A16.D14.DEC15.E$A3.A15.A35.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E6.D7.DE8.
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4E3.5E3.6E27.3A19.Q$C3.C15.2A83.A2.A5.C12.E$.3A5.2A95.2A19.Q$66.A7.2A
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6.ED5.DE6.E4.3A12.E4.E.E5.E.E6.E42.E5.D$14.E7.ED5.DE5.CE18.2D2.2D.2D.
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25.E2.E$27.DED6.D.C6.DCE15.ATC24.A7.E25.E2.E$27.E16.DC18.T33.A24.E.DE
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8.EAE96.C4.2EDE4.2EDE2.D$EDA.C.E.AER96.E3.D3.D3.D3.D2.E$.2D5.D15.2A
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Maybe you could describe "interesting" things that can be seen in the pattern?Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote: ↑June 7th, 2024, 7:35 amJust a 128x128 demo pattern for StateInvestigator:Code: Select all
x = 128, y = 128, rule = StateInvestigator
This pattern contains many things that are present in my StateInvestigator pattern collection:confocaloid wrote: ↑June 7th, 2024, 8:42 amMaybe you could describe "interesting" things that can be seen in the pattern?Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote: ↑June 7th, 2024, 7:35 amJust a 128x128 demo pattern for StateInvestigator:Code: Select all
x = 128, y = 128, rule = StateInvestigator
It seems like every cellstate is used somewhere in the pattern. I can see a number of periodic components. The least common multiple of periods I found so far is 19668933364080 [update 1: 25785971640308880], so the overall period (if it's an oscillator) must be a multiple of that.
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x = 25, y = 7, rule = StateInvestigator
3.2E14.2E$E.A13.E2A$.A.A2.2AE7.2A.A2.2AE$A.I5.A9.I5.A$EA2.5A7.EA2.5A$
2.AI.A11.A.I.A$2.E.C13.E.C!
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x = 9, y = 6, rule = StateInvestigator
E.A$.A.A2.2AE$A.I5.A$EA2.5A$2.AI.A$2.E.C!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
Update:Entity Valkyrie 2 wrote: ↑March 2nd, 2024, 6:34 amCurrent version of the StateInvestigator files for the "Patterns" folders (Patterns/StateInvestigator):
Tip: you can right-click on the RLE files in Golly to view the notes on the pattern
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x = 16, y = 11, rule = B3/S23Investigator
10.E$8.E$10.I$8.E3$15.E2$7.E$E$8.E3.E!
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x = 34, y = 19, rule = B3/S23Investigator
13.A$12.A6$33.C$11.E$E8.E$11.I$9.E2$E$16.E2$8.E$.E20.C$9.E3.E!
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x = 4, y = 7, rule = StateInvestigator
A$3QA$2.2A$.2A$2A$A3Q$3.A!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
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x = 8, y = 6, rule = B3/S23Investigator
7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A!
Easy:unname4798 wrote: ↑June 11th, 2024, 7:12 amHow to convert pi to a glider in this situation?Code: Select all
x = 8, y = 6, rule = B3/S23Investigator 7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A!
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x = 8, y = 17, rule = StateInvestigator
7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A11$5.B!
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x = 8, y = 17, rule = StateInvestigator
5.E6$7.E2$A$A.A$3A$2.A5$4.EBE!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
Code: Select all
x = 6, y = 6, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.C$.O$CE$.D$.C2DEC$3.C!
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x = 17, y = 20, rule = B3/S23Investigator
16.E3$8.E3$E$15.E2$7.A$6.A.2A$7.2A3$5.C10.E$5.O$4.CEA$5.D.A$5.C2DEC$7.C!
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x = 16, y = 21, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.E3$10.E4$13.A$E12.3A$13.A.A$15.A5$3.C$3.O$2.CEA$3.D.A$3.C2DEC$5.C!
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x = 8, y = 10, rule = StateInvestigator
3A$AHA$3A5$5.3A$5.AHA$5.3A!
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x = 11, y = 2, rule = StateInvestigator
H$10.H!
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x = 6, y = 6, rule = StateInvestigator
3.3A$2.QAQA$2.AH2A$A.QAQ$.A$2.A!
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x = 16, y = 16, rule = StateInvestigator
5.B2$5.B8$3.3A7.B.B$2.QAQA$2.AH2A$A.QAQ$.A$2.A!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
Code: Select all
x = 6, y = 11, rule = B3/S23Investigator
3.A$2.A.2A$3.2A3$C$Q$EA$D.A$C2DE$3.C!
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x = 7, y = 12, rule = B3/S23Investigator
4.A$3.A.2A$4.2A4$C$Q$EA$D.A$C2DE$3.C!
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# Bottom is optimized, top is canonical
x = 16, y = 19, rule = B3/S23Investigator
7.E2$12.C$12.E2DC$13.A.D$14.AE$.E13.Q$15.C3$8.A$7.3A$Q5.A3.A3.E$EA5.3A
$D.A5.A$C2DE3$7.E!
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x = 68, y = 17, rule = B3/S23Investigator
10.B3$6.E3$E5$.C6.E$.Q$.EA10.4A47.2A$.D.A9.A3.A45.2A.2A$.C2DE8.A50.4A
$4.C9.A50.2A!
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x = 17, y = 39, rule = B3/S23Investigator
8.E2$13.C$13.E2DC$14.A.D$15.AE$2.E13.Q$16.C2$9.A$2.C5.A.A$7.A3.A$.Q5.
A3.A3.E$.EA4.A3.A$.D.A4.A.A$.C2D5.A3$8.E2$6.E3$12.E2DC$15.D$14.AE$.E13.
Q5$7.3A$Q5.A3.A3.E$EA5.A.A$D.A5.A$C2DE3$7.E!
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x = 40, y = 9, rule = StateInvestigator
.A$2.A$3A2$5.A$3.A.A2.EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOBE$4.2A3.E3.E3.E
3.E3.E3.E3.E3.E2$8.EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2EQOE!
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x = 37, y = 5, rule = B3/S23Investigator
2.A$A.A2.EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOB2EOBE$.2A3.E2$5.EQO2EQO2EQO2EQO2E
QO2EQO2EQO2EQOE!
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x = 120, y = 35, rule = B3/S23Investigator
.A$2.A$3A2$5.A$3.A.A$4.2A$8.A$9.A$7.3A2$12.A$10.A.A$11.2A$15.A$16.A$14.
3A2$19.A$17.A.A$18.2A$22.A$23.A11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E$21.3A
10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.
EB10.EB10.EB$26.A5.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$24.A.A4.EB10.
EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$25.2A3.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.
CB10.CB2$31.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B$28.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.
EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB$32.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.
EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$34.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB
10.EB10.EB10.EB$35.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E!
There is a slightly smaller way to convert a glider into that signal, but this bumps the repeat time up to 27:b-engine wrote: ↑June 23rd, 2024, 6:45 amG/Spark to spark, and wire based on it:Code: Select all
x = 120, y = 35, rule = B3/S23Investigator .A$2.A$3A2$5.A$3.A.A$4.2A$8.A$9.A$7.3A2$12.A$10.A.A$11.2A$15.A$16.A$14. 3A2$19.A$17.A.A$18.2A$22.A$23.A11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E$21.3A 10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10. EB10.EB10.EB$26.A5.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$24.A.A4.EB10. EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$25.2A3.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10.CB10. CB10.CB2$31.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B11.B$28.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2. EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB$32.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10. EB$33.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$34.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB 10.EB10.EB10.EB$35.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E11.E!
Code: Select all
x = 54, y = 14, rule = StateInvestigator
17.E11.E11.E11.E$16.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$15.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$14.EB10.EB
10.EB10.EB$8.A4.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$8.2A3.B10.CB10.CB10.CB$7.A.A$13.B11.
B11.B11.B$13.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB7.E2.EB$14.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$15.EB10.EB10.
EB10.EB$.2A13.EB10.EB10.EB10.EB$A.A14.E11.E11.E11.E$2.A!
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
The phrase 'to convert a glider into a signal' is a misnomer. (If there is some signal of interest that appears in the wire when the shown reaction completes, then the same signal existed earlier, only carried by the glider.)hotcrystal0 wrote: ↑June 29th, 2024, 12:20 pmThere is a slightly smaller way to convert a glider into a signal, but this bumps the repeat time up to 27:b-engine wrote: ↑June 23rd, 2024, 6:45 amG/Spark to spark, and wire based on it:Code: Select all
x = 120, y = 35, rule = B3/S23Investigator
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x = 54, y = 14, rule = StateInvestigator
Sorry, I tend to use the term “signal” to refer only to wires and not signals in general.confocaloid wrote: ↑June 29th, 2024, 12:41 pm
The phrase 'to convert a glider into a signal' is a misnomer. (If there is some signal of interest that appears in the wire when the shown reaction completes, then the same signal existed earlier, only carried by the glider.)
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x = 192, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
33$42b4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o3$41b2o$39bo6bo$38bo8bo$38bo8bo$38b9o3$42b
4o$41b6o$40b2ob4o$41b2o!
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x = 109, y = 44, rule = StateInvestigator
29.2A$30.A57.2A$29.A57.A2.A.2A.A5.A$29.2A11.A44.A.2A.A.2A3.3A$27.2A2.
A8.3A42.A.A10.A$26.A2.A.A7.A45.2A.A.2A6.2A4.2A$27.A.A.2A6.2A47.A.2A
12.A$26.2A.A.A12.2A42.A13.A.A$30.A13.A42.2A13.2A$42.A.A$42.2A51.3A$
35.3A57.A.A$37.A57.A.A$35.3A6.2A$44.A41.2A$45.A39.A.A14.A$44.2A39.A
15.4A$41.2A41.2A14.A4.A.2A$41.2A.2A55.3A.2A.A$20.A23.A.A33.A23.A$18.
3A18.4A3.A31.3A20.2A.A$17.A14.2A5.A3.3A31.A23.A.A$17.2A14.A8.A34.2A$
10.C19.3A9.2A26.C$30.A5$.2A58.2A$A.A57.A.A$2A58.2A$22.C59.C2$8.2A12.C
45.2A12.C$8.2A58.2A4$2.2A58.2A$3.A10.2A47.A10.2A$3A11.A45.3A11.A$A7.
2A5.3A42.A7.2A5.3A$8.2A7.A8.C41.2A7.A8.C!
johamwit wrote: ↑July 16th, 2024, 2:45 amstatic LH6 subst, n8 tromboneCode: Select all
x = 60, y = 46, rule = LifeHistory 35.2A$36.A$35.A$35.2A11.A$33.2A2.A8.3A$32.A2.A.A7.A$33.A.A.2A6.2A$32. 2A.A.A12.2A$36.A13.A$48.A.A$17.D30.2A$16.D.D22.3C$15.D3.D23.C$15.D3.D 21.3C6.2A$15.D3.D30.A$15.D3.D31.A$15.D3.D30.2A$15.D3.D27.2A$16.D.D28. 2A.2A$17.D8.A23.A.A$24.3A18.4A3.A$23.A14.2A5.A3.3A$23.2A14.A8.A$16.F 19.3A9.2A$20.3D13.A$19.D3.D$18.D5.D$18.D5.D$18.D5.D$7.2A10.D3.D$6.A.A 11.3D$6.2A$17.3D8.F6.D4.D$16.D3.D12.2D.4D.2D$14.AC5.D6.F6.D4.D$14.AC 5.D$15.D5.D$16.D3.D$17.3D$8.2A$9.A10.2A$6.3A11.A$6.A7.2A5.3A$14.2A7.A 8.F!
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x = 27, y = 27, rule = B3/S23Investigator
5.EB2.EB2.EB2.EB2.EB$4.EB2.EB2.EB2.EB2.EB$3.A$E3.EB2.EB2.EB2.EB2.EB$B
3.BEB2.EB2.EB2.EB2.EBE.E$EB.BE17.EB.BE$.E.E18.B3.B2$B3.B18.E.E$EB.BE17.
EB.BE$.E.E18.B3.B2$B3.B18.E.E$EB.BE17.EB.BE$.E.E18.B3.B2$B3.B18.E.E$E
B.BE17.EB.BE$.E.E18.B3.B2$B3.B18.E.E$EB.BE17.EB.BE$.E.EBE2.BE2.BE2.BE
2.BEB3.B$5.BE2.BE2.BE2.BE2.BE3.E2$5.BE2.BE2.BE2.BE2.BE$3.EBE2.BE2.BE2.
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I'm curious what is the reason for 'must' (rather than 'can') in captions "The FNG eater of the output Herschel must be removed if followed by a dependent conduit" in the first page. Keeping the FNG-eating SI cell does not seem to cause troubles in connections like this (L112 + F166), even though the cell becomes unnecessary:
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x = 96, y = 50, rule = StateInvestigator
.3R$R3.R2$R.3R$R.R.R$3R.R2$5R$R.R.R$3R.R2$R3.R$.3R4$E2$2.3A21.R.2R2.
2R2.3R.R$2.A22.R3.R3.R2.R4.R$.3A6.E14.R3.R3.R2.3R2.R$25.R3.R3.R2.R.R
2.R$26.R.3R.3R.3R.R$14.2D3$63.2D2$C93.A$17.2A15.A58.A.A$17.2A15.A58.A
.A$34.3A.2A54.A$36.A.2A26.2A15.A$32.E33.2A15.A$13.E69.3A$8.E76.A$12.E
3.C64.E$7.B3.E.QDR$11.D$14.C$12.E2$61.B$61.D$61.E$50.E4$55.E!
This is really just an exception, not the rule — it happens that the usual RT 49 state 5 FNG eater doesn't cause any problems with dependent conduits that have the transparent block. Other FNG eaters are not compatible (most notably the RT 34 FNG eater at the bottom, since it is the smallest and has the lowest repeat time of the sub-49 RT FNG eaters):confocaloid wrote: ↑July 17th, 2024, 7:02 amI'm curious what is the reason for 'must' (rather than 'can') in captions "The FNG eater of the output Herschel must be removed if followed by a dependent conduit" in the first page. Keeping the FNG-eating SI cell does not seem to cause troubles in connections like this (L112 + F166), even though the cell becomes unnecessary:Code: Select all
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x = 73, y = 134, rule = StateInvestigator
A$.2A$2A2$6.DE$4.CD2.DE40.2D$10.E$6.E4.E$7.E13.A$8.E12.A$8.E12.3A.2A$
23.A.2A26.2A15.A$6.B21.E24.2A15.A$6.E4.E15.QC41.3A$7.E2DC10.C4.E45.A$
25.D$23.E2.E$24.DC4$48.B$48.D$48.E$37.E4$42.E7$A$.2A$2A2$6.DE$4.CD2.D
E40.2D$10.E$6.E4.E$7.E13.A$8.E12.A$8.E12.3A.2A$23.A.2A26.2A15.A$6.B
20.E25.2A15.A$6.E4.E15.E42.3A$7.E2DC15.ED44.A$20.DA.ADE$20.DA.AD$21.
3E4$48.B$48.D$48.E$37.E4$42.E7$A$.2A$2A2$6.DE$4.CD2.DE40.2D$10.E$6.E
4.E$7.E13.A$8.E12.A$8.E12.3A.2A$23.A.2A26.2A15.A$6.B20.E25.2A15.A$6.E
4.E15.Q42.3A$7.E2DC9.E5.DC44.A$20.D.D.D.E$19.2E.E.E2.E$19.B2.E.CED$
20.D2.E2.D$19.E3.D2.C$19.DE2.D$20.C2D25.B$48.D$48.E$37.E4$42.E7$A$.2A
$2A2$6.DE$4.CD2.DE40.2D$10.E$6.E4.E$7.E13.A$8.E12.A$8.E12.3A.2A$23.A.
2A26.2A15.A$6.B46.2A15.A$6.E4.E15.Q42.3A$7.E2DC10.C4.DE44.A$24.EDE6$
48.B$48.D$48.E$37.E4$42.E!
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x = 75, y = 55, rule = StateInvestigator
71.2A$71.A$69.3A16$69.2A$69.2A$63.D$A45.A16.E$.2A44.2A14.D$2A44.2A15.
D2$6.DE44.DE$4.CD2.DE10.2B28.CD2.DE$10.E45.E$6.E4.E40.E4.E$7.E13.AE
30.E13.A6.C$8.E12.A32.E12.A$8.E12.3A30.E12.3A$23.A5.D39.A3.E$6.B12.E
9.D22.B12.E$6.E4.E40.E4.E$7.E2DC11.2A29.E2DC$22.2A$66.B15$21.3A$21.A$
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