tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Rhombic » August 30th, 2018, 5:36 am

PHPBB12345 wrote: 8c/282 "signal":

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x = 742, y = 35, rule = B3/S2-i34q
29bobo$4b2o6b2o6b2o7bo2bo67b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
$4b2o6b2o6b2o7bobo68b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$56b2o
$56b2o$43b2o$42bobo$43bo35b2o$78bobo$26b2o51bo$28bo$26b2o$25b2o10$65b
2o$66b2o$68bo$39bo26b2o$38bobo$39b2o42bo$82bobo$83b2o$2o6b2o6b2o78b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$2o6b2o6b2o78b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$60b2o7bobo$60b2o7bo2bo$69bobo!
This is a great discovery! If we can do a G/T->8c/282 and an 8c/282->G/T, we can start doing weird circuitry!
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Redstoneboi » August 30th, 2018, 8:16 am

that "8c/282" is actually a pair of forePuffRakes shooting down each other's blocks.
this would still be considered a variation of the 8c/282:

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#C [[ STEP 8 ]]
x = 346, y = 90, rule = B3/S2-i34q
4b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$4b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o28$
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
27$126b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$61bobo62b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$4b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o7bo2bo155b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o$4b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o7bobo156b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$173b2o$172bobo$75b2o96bo$74bobo$
75bo2$58b2o$60bo$58b2o$57b2o6$159b2o$160b2o$162bo$160b2o2$177bo$176bob
o$71bo105b2o$70bobo$71b2o$122b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o7bobo$122b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o7bo2bo$2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o113bobo50b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o166b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o!
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Rhombic » September 1st, 2018, 5:59 am

Redstoneboi wrote:that "8c/282" is actually a pair of forePuffRakes shooting down each other's blocks.
I am aware, but with the above construction, you wouldn't have to delete the blocks and could use it as a signal. Otherwise, with just the puffer by itself, you can't use it as a signal as it would not be considered clean and reusable unless all blocks behind are cleared. Therefore, a way for the puffer engine to, even if trivially, channel through a stream of blocks is a very useful discovery.
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by AbhpzTa » September 1st, 2018, 1:50 pm

danny wrote:I accidentally 8c/282 puffer:

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x = 20, y = 23, rule = B3/S2-i34q
14b2o$13bobo$14bo13$2o$b2o$3bo$b2o2$18bo$17bobo$18b2o!
I found this by accidentally not realizing I was in tlife instead of another rule and trying out basic collisions.

I'm nicknaming it the 'hyperventillator', since that's what happened after discovering it oh my gosh i'm still rolling kgjsdkfg

EDIT: Two potentially useable reactions:

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x = 136, y = 31, rule = B3/S2-i34q
obo97bobo$o2bo96bo2bo$obo97bobo6$32b2o100b2o$31bobo99bobo$32bo101bo13$
26b2o100b2o$28bo101bo$26b2o100b2o$25b2o100b2o2$28bo101bo$27bobo99bobo$
28b2o100b2o!
(4,0)c/141 p282 mod282 spaceship:

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x = 875, y = 147, rule = B3/S2-i34q
127bo$127bo$15b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$15b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o$146bo$146b2o$102b3o41bo$100b2o2bo$99bo3b2o$98bo2b2o
48b2o$99bo2bo47bobo78b2o$19b2o78b2o2bo47bo78b3o$18bobo167b2o41b2o$19bo
167bobo108bo46bobo$188bo109b2o45bo2bo$186b2o45b2o63bo46bobo$185bobo44b
obo188b2o46bo$185bob2o44bo33b3obo3bo146b3o44bo2b2o$188bo76b2o5bobobo
146b2o46bo27bo48bo46bobo47bo47b2o46bo$264b2o2bo2bo2bobo214b2o4bo2b2o
46b2o45bo2bo44b3o46b3o44bo2b2o29bobo$265b6o4b2o214b2o6bo48bo46bobo47bo
47b2o46bo19b2o10bo2bo20bo$266bo141b2o351b2o10bobo61bo$407bobo388bo36b
3o$145bo262bo105b2o279b3o39bo$142bob2o350bo16bobo268b2o8b2obo$142bobo
351b2o16bo268bobo8b3o$106bo36bo351bob2o285bo28b2o$4bo100bobo383b2o3b2o
305bo8bobo$2b2obo100b2o383bobob3o296b2o5bo2bo8bo$b2obobo140bo347bo298b
2o4bobob2o$o2bob2o139bobo652bob2o$bo12bobo6bo123b2o653b2o$22bobo87b2o
78bo33bob2o541b2o$23b2o86b3o77bobo36bo540b2o$112b2o78b2o32bo5bo536bob
2o$226bo2b2obo537bo$2o6bo217bo6bo159b2o$2o6b3o111b2o102bobo3bo162bo$
10bo110bobo72bobo29b2o2bo41bo117bo2b2o$8b3o80b2o29bo73bo2bo30bo42bobo
120bo$27b2o61bobo70b2o31bobo75b2o114bo$26b3o62bo70bobo226b2o3bo15bo
179b2o46bo48bo46bobo$27b2o32b2o100bo232bo14bobo177b3o44bo2b2o46b2o45bo
2bo$60bobo145b2o184b2o16b2o96bo44b3o34b2o46bo48bo46bobo$61bo145bobo
257b3o39bobo22b2o17b2o2b2o221bo$34b2o74bo97bo74bo182bo3bo39b2o21b3o17b
2o2b3o219bobo53bo$33bobo22bo48bob2o134b2o34b3o105b2o8bo66bobob2o3bo58b
2o17bo5bo10b2o208b2o27bo23b2o$34bo22bob2o46bobo134bobo36bo105b2o8b2o
55b2o8bo4bo3b2o76b3obo2bo8bobo236bobo23b2o$59b2o47bo136bo67bo85bo55b3o
9bo6bob2o76bo5bo9bo238b2o$59b2o248b3o2bo34b2o105b2o10b2o5bo5bo58b2o13b
2o2bo179bo86bo$195bo94b2o13b2o2b2o37b3o122b2obo2b2ob2o4b2o49bobo13b2ob
o179bobo83b3o$192bob2o93bobo12bo11bo2bo29b2o122b2o4b2ob2o3bobo50bo16bo
179bo3b2o83bo$192bobo95bo12b2obo12bo135b2o12b2o3bo2b2o5bo3bo247bo3b3o
3b2o$193bo109bo2b2o4bobo5bo133bobo12b2o4bo3bo3bo253bo3b2o2bo2bo$150bo
153bob2o10b2o20b2o113bo270bobo9b2o5bo2bo89b2o$149bobo153b3o31bobo384bo
2bo9bo4bo3bo2b3o83bobo$25bo58b3o62bob2o83bo103bo385bobo15b2o4b2ob2o4b
2o77bo$26bo56bo3bo30bo33bo82bobo510bob2ob3o2bobo111b3o$23b3o50b2o4bobo
2bo29bobo115bob2o501b2o2b3o2bobobobo3bo113bo$23b3o50b2o5b2ob2o7bo22b2o
118bo490b2o9b2o7bo73bo49bo$94bobo70bo491bob2o65bobo89bob2o$77bo17b2o
69bobo111b2o377bob2o66bo90bobo$65bo10bobo56bobo29b2o111b2o251bo120b3o
2bo6b3o30b2o120bo$64bobo12bo55bo2bo65bo73bob2o248bob2o116b2o2b2ob4obo
3b5o27bobo$65b2o9b2ob2o54bobo65bobo73bo250bobo116b3o3bob2o6bo5bo27bo$
30bo47b2o64b2o9bo48b2o325bo118b2o3bo4bobo3b3o2bo5b2o$29bobo112b2o7b3o
93bo316bo89b2ob2obo5b3o5bobo$30b2o29bo93bo92bobo314bobo89bobob3o13bo$
61b2o158bo27b2o315b2o79b2o9b5o$61bo157bo2b2o312bo45bo63bobo$221bo64bo
159bo37bo50bobo34b2o6bo2b2o62bo$226b2o12bo44bobo157bobo35bobo50b2o30bo
3b2o8bo34b2o$226b2o12b2o44b2o27bo13bo114bo3bo10bo24b2o82b2o46bobo$240b
o73bobo11bobob3o108bo14bobo107bo48bo71b2o$315b2o27bo98b2ob2o11b2o134b
2o93b2o142bo$326bo3bo3bo8bobo97b2obo43bo103bobo95bo140bobo$326b5o13b2o
99bo3bobo38b2o103bo17b2o75b2o33bo29bo78b2o$292b2o32b3o2b3o14b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o19bobo38bo123b2o107bobo28bobo$292b2o
30bo6b2o4bo10b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o20bo128bo36bo
108b2o28b2o$19b2o301b4o9b2o243bo33b2o105bobo3b3o120bo$18bobo304bo9b2o
240b3o141bo3bob3o120b2o$19bo305bo251b3o144b2o2b2o31b2o87bo$322b2o379bo
19b3obo32b3o$702bobo20bo35b2o$703b2o$391bo281bo$389bo2b2o246b2o30bobo
113bo$358b2o31bo42bobo195b2o4b2ob2o30b2o18bo95b2o$357bobo64b2o8bo2bo
194bo5b4o9bo39bo2b2o92b2o$358bo65b2o8bobo203bo9bobo40bo$388b2o261b2o$
355bo31bobo231bo9bo2bo$354bobo31bo58b2o171bobo9b2o4bo$354bob2o88bobo
54bo117b2o11b2o$357bo89bo55b2o86bo42b2o$4bo464b2o32bo86bobo42b2o$2b2ob
o462bobo43bo76b2o22bobo$b2obobo425bo36bo37bo5bob4o96bo2bo$o2bob2o426bo
65b2o5b2o2bo5b6o93bobo$bo12bobo6bo406b3o33b2o30bobo11bobobob3obo$22bob
o405b3o34b2o30bo14bo2b2o4bo$23b2o444bo42b2o4b3o2b2o4b2o$467b2o37bobo2b
2o6b2o2bo4bobo$507b2o12bobo5bo$2o6bo499bo3bo8b2o28b2o$2o6b3o501b2o36bo
bo$10bo501b2o37bo$8b3o351bo18b2o198b2o$361bobo16bob2o196bobo$19b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
53b2o9b2o4bobob2o196bo$19b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o64b2o5bo2bo8bo$382bo8bobo$358bo33b2o
49bo$330b2o24b3o14b3o66bobo$329bobo26bo14b2obo66b2o48bo48b2o$330bo43b
3o96bo18bobo48b2o$377bo94bobo16bo3bo49bo$473b2o9b2o4bob2ob2o46b2o$376b
o36b2o69b2o5b5o7bo$412bobo69b2o16bobo$413bo55b2o14bo17b2o$468b3o14b2o
38bo$469b2o13bo2b2o35bobo$485bo2bo36b2o315b2o$485b4o66bo23bo263b2o$
554bobo19b5o261bo$318b3o181b2o51b2o17bo4b2o$318b3o181b2o69bo5bo$321bo
251bo4b3ob2o$320bo224bobo25b2obob5o$545bo2bo26bo5bo$545bobo$603bobo47b
o47b2o46bo48bo$334bo268bo2bo44b3o46b3o44bo2b2o46b2o$333bobo267bobo47bo
47b2o46bo48bo$334b2o$396b5o$396bob2o10bo$311b2o82bo12b3o6bo$311b2o83b
3o8b2o7bobo$317bo85bo3b2o8b2o$316b2o$317bo82b4o$330b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o
6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o53bo48bo46bobo47bo47b2o46bo48bo46bobo$330b2o6b2o6b2o6b
2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o6b2o51bo2b2o46b2o45bo2bo44b3o46b3o44bo2b2o46b2o45bo
2bo$404bo44bo48bo46bobo47bo47b2o46bo48bo46bobo$403b2o!
Iteration of sigma(n)+tau(n)-n [sigma(n)+tau(n)-n : OEIS A163163] (e.g. 16,20,28,34,24,44,46,30,50,49,11,3,3, ...) :
965808 is period 336 (max = 207085118608).

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by danny » September 2nd, 2018, 1:32 pm

Very nice ship! Here's a natural 3-osc p320:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
ooooobobbobbobbo$
obobbobooobobbbb$
obbooobbbbbobobo$
bobobbboooobobbb$
boooobobobobbooo$
oobboooboobooboo$
bbobboobboboboob$
obbbbbboboobbooo$
boobooobobooboob$
oboboooooooobbob$
boobbobbbbbooobb$
obbboobbobooobbo$
booobbbobobboobo$
bboboobooooobbbo$
oobbbbbooboboooo$
bbbbbbobbobooobb!
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by wildmyron » September 3rd, 2018, 1:08 am

@danny: The 4c/141 puffer engine is a great discovery. It just goes to show that even in well explored rules it pays to survey the simple reactions and that there are likely many more gems such is this one to be discovered in the many rules which have been posted in this forum.

@AbhpzTa: another beautiful construction. Nicely done.
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » September 3rd, 2018, 10:54 am

I agree entirely with @wildmyron, amazing constructions all around! I know I haven't been very active recently, but this is still my favorite rule, and I love to see new surprises emerge in it.

Random aside: one of the smallest objects capable of eating all three basic ships appeared from soup at some recent point:

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x = 12, y = 12, rule = B3/S2-i34q
4b2o$bo2bo$2bobo$bobob2o2b2o$bobob2obo$2bo6b2o$bo8b2o2$b2o$obo$2bo3b3o$6b3o$7bo!

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
obooooboooooooob$
bboboboobbboooob$
bbbbbbboooboobbo$
bobbbbobbbbbobob$
boobbobbbooooobo$
obobobbboboboooo$
bbooboboobbobobo$
obboobbboooooboo$
bboobooooboooobb$
bobbbbooobobooob$
bbobobbbbbbbbbob$
oobbobbbbobboooo$
obbbooooboboobbo$
bobboobobbobobbb$
oobbobbbooooobob$
bboooooobbbboobo!
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Rhombic » November 18th, 2018, 9:28 am

Is this pipsquirter known?

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x = 13, y = 7, rule = B3/S2-i34q
4b2ob2o$2b3obob3o$bo4bo4bo$bo2b2ob2o2bo$2obobobobob2o$3bo5bo$3b2o3b2o!
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by BlinkerSpawn » November 18th, 2018, 10:02 am

Rhombic wrote:Is this pipsquirter known?

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x = 13, y = 7, rule = B3/S2-i34q
4b2ob2o$2b3obob3o$bo4bo4bo$bo2b2ob2o2bo$2obobobobob2o$3bo5bo$3b2o3b2o!
Appears to be another stator variant of the standard pipsquirter, if you ask me
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Redstoneboi » November 19th, 2018, 4:31 am

Rhombic wrote:Is this pipsquirter known?

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x = 13, y = 7, rule = B3/S2-i34q
4b2ob2o$2b3obob3o$bo4bo4bo$bo2b2ob2o2bo$2obobobobob2o$3bo5bo$3b2o3b2o!
It's more of a superfountain than a pipsquirter, though, because of how far the spark is from the stator.
Otherwise I don't know.
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by danny » November 20th, 2018, 8:31 pm

Here's a p480 beehive->loaf hassler from catagolue:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
obbooobooobobboo$
bboobbbobbbooooo$
bbbbobobbbbboobb$
bboooooobbbbooob$
ooooobbobobooboo$
ooboobobbbobbooo$
bbbbboooboobbobb$
bbboobbbbboobbob$
boboboobboobbbob$
oboobbooooooobbb$
obobobbobobbbboo$
bbboobboooobooob$
booooobobbobboob$
oobbobbbbbooooob$
ooobbboobobboooo$
oboboboobobobobo!
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » November 28th, 2018, 7:10 pm

Two soups for the second-smallest c/2, both found by sensoz@​gmail.com (unfortunately both forming in the first few gens):

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bbbobbbbbbbobbbb$
bbbooobboobbbboo$
bbbbbbobooobbobb$
oooboboboobobbob$
bbbobbobobbbbbob$
bbboooooobbobbob$
ooobbbboobbbboob$
bbbboooboooboobo$
oboobooooooboooo$
oobbbobbbooboboo$
obbbooobbbobobob$
ooobbbobbobboooo$
oobbbbobbbbooobb$
boobobooobbobbob$
ooobboobbobobbbo$
bboobboboooobbob!

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bbbbboobbboooobb$
bobboobbobbbbboo$
obbobbooobbbbbbo$
obbbbooboobobbob$
bbbbbbbooooobbbo$
oooooobbbboooooo$
booooobbboobbbbo$
bboobobbbooobbob$
bbbbobbboobobooo$
obbbbooooooobobb$
booobbooobboobob$
boboobobbobooooo$
obobbbbobobboboo$
bbobboobobbbooob$
bobbbbbboboboooo$
oobooobbobboobbb!
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » December 31st, 2018, 6:42 pm

An interesting p6 billiard table, from dr:

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x = 17, y = 14, rule = B3/S2-i34q
5b2o4bo$4bobo2b3o$3bo2bobo3b2o$2bob2obobo2bo$2bob2obob2obobo$2obo3b4o2bobo
$o2bob2o4bobo2bo$2b2obo2b2ob2obobo$3bo2b2o2bo3b2o$bobo4b2o2b2o$b2o3b2o5bo$
6b2o4bo$12b2o!
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by muzik » January 9th, 2019, 10:31 am

Obvious:

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x = 15, y = 22, rule = B3/S2-i34q
12b2o$12b2o$12b2o$14bo5$8b2o$7bo2bo$8bobo$9bo7$2o$2o$2o$2bo!
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » May 10th, 2019, 12:35 am

New p14 from C1:

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x = 8, y = 14, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o$o2bo$b2o2$2bo2$bobo2b2o$2bo3b2o$2bo3$bo$obo$b2o!

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bboboobobooboboo$
bobbobbooobooboo$
bbbobobbbbbbobob$
oooobboobobbooob$
oobobboobobbbobb$
obbbbbooboobbbbo$
ooobbobooboboboo$
ooobbboboooboooo$
oooboooobooboobb$
oboobboobobooooo$
oobbbbbobbbbbobb$
bbooooobbobbbbbo$
oobobbobobobbboo$
obbooobobbobobob$
bobbbobbbboooobo$
obbbboooboobbboo!
Not really much like any other oscillator I've seen in any rule before, honestly. I guess I should probably come up with a name, but nothing's coming to mind.

C1 crossed 6 billion soups recently due to the efforts of Dani and myself — I'm aiming for 25 billion, but that'll probably take a while. Does anyone else have CPU time to spare?
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Gustone » May 10th, 2019, 2:53 am

AbhpzTa wrote:(4,0)c/141 p282 mod282 spaceship:

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Moosey » May 10th, 2019, 7:41 am

Gustone wrote:
AbhpzTa wrote:(4,0)c/141 p282 mod282 spaceship:

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Gustone » May 10th, 2019, 12:28 pm

Moosey wrote:
Gustone wrote:
AbhpzTa wrote:(4,0)c/141 p282 mod282 spaceship:

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holy snip
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Is there a way to make the back only one rakepuffer high without affecting the rest?
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by Moosey » May 10th, 2019, 12:36 pm

Gustone wrote:
Moosey wrote:
Gustone wrote:...
It's the smallest caterpillar even made.
Welcome to the magical world of AbhpzTa.
Is there a way to make the back only one rakepuffer high without affecting the rest?
Probably not, but how should I know?
Why do you ask?
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » May 11th, 2019, 9:20 am

The symmetrical version of the extended c/2 (found IIRC by Dani), forming in a very organic way:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
boboobbbooobbobo$
bbobobobbooooobo$
bobooooobbboobob$
obbobobbbboboboo$
obbboobobbbbbboo$
boooobobbbbboooo$
booboboobobobobb$
bobooboobobbbbob$
bbobobbooobobooo$
oooobbbbobbobooo$
bbbbobbooobbboob$
bbbbobbbbbbboooo$
bbobboooobbbboob$
oooooboobobobobo$
boooobbbbbbbobob$
obobooobbbbbbbob!

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x = 10, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i34q
9bo$9bo$bo6b2o$3o4b2o$5bobo!
I feel like the junk at right shouldn't be hard to synthesize, but absent the tools we have in normal Life I'm not sure how.
EDIT two days later: A p17, found by Arie Paap in D4_+2 in a larger form:

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x = 7, y = 20, rule = B3/S2-i34q
3bo$2bobo$2bobo$b2ob2o3$o5bo$o5bo$2o3b2o3$2o3b2o$o5bo$o5bo3$b2ob2o$2b
obo$2bobo$3bo!

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x = 32, y = 31, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bobbbooobbobobboobbobobbooobbbob$
oobbboobbboboboooobobobbboobbboo$
boooboobobbobboooobbobboboobooob$
obbbbboooboboooooooobobooobbbbbo$
ooboobobobooooobbooooobobobooboo$
oboobobbboooobooooboooobbboboobo$
obboobobooooooboobooooooboboobbo$
bobbbooboobboobbbboobbooboobbbob$
boooooboooobboooooobboooobooooob$
bobboobbobobbboooobbbobobboobbob$
obbbbboboobbbbbbbbbbbboobobbbbbo$
booboobbbbbboobbbboobbbbbbooboob$
obbobobboooooobooboooooobbobobbo$
oobobobobbooboobbooboobboboboboo$
obbbbobobbobobobbobobobbobobbbbo$
oboobobbbbbooobbbbooobbbbboboobo$
obbbbobobbobobobbobobobbobobbbbo$
oobobobobbooboobbooboobboboboboo$
obbobobboooooobooboooooobbobobbo$
booboobbbbbboobbbboobbbbbbooboob$
obbbbboboobbbbbbbbbbbboobobbbbbo$
bobboobbobobbboooobbbobobboobbob$
boooooboooobboooooobboooobooooob$
bobbbooboobboobbbboobbooboobbbob$
obboobobooooooboobooooooboboobbo$
oboobobbboooobooooboooobbboboobo$
ooboobobobooooobbooooobobobooboo$
obbbbboooboboooooooobobooobbbbbo$
boooboobobbobboooobbobboboobooob$
oobbboobbboboboooobobobbboobbboo$
bobbbooobbobobboobbobobbooobbbob!
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by wildmyron » May 14th, 2019, 4:34 am

A for awesome wrote:EDIT two days later: A p17, found by Arie Paap in D4_+2 in a larger form:

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x = 7, y = 20, rule = B3/S2-i34q
3bo$2bobo$2bobo$b2ob2o3$o5bo$o5bo$2o3b2o3$2o3b2o$o5bo$o5bo3$b2ob2o$2b
obo$2bobo$3bo!
I can't find any other mention of p17 in this thread, is it the first? And where is tlife at with regard to omniperiodicity?

I've been searching in C1 with a slightly modified apgsearch (as mentioned on Discord). Any soup with a p5 T will unfortunately fail the population periodicity tests in apgmera's naivestab_awesome() as none of the periods tested have 5 as a factor. Changing the initial period to be tested to 10 in place of 12 gives a significant boost to the search speed (about fourfold increase). Because this function never detects stability in the presence of linear growth there is little change to the resulting census. [I also adjusted the other parameters to ensure that the total number of generations that non-stabilising soups are evolved for is approximately the same.]

I've also been running a search in D4_+2 - as evidenced by the p17 above - but this change doesn't do much for that search because it's the linear growth soups which take so long to census.
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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » May 14th, 2019, 7:46 am

wildmyron wrote:I can't find any other mention of p17 in this thread, is it the first? And where is tlife at with regard to omniperiodicity?
I believe so. Unfortunately, tlife is still a long way from omniperiodicity. I'm not sure there's even a proof of universal construction yet, so there aren't any upper bounds on nonexistent periods, either. The only infinite sequences I know of are 160N (obvious), 6N, some 4N (including 4(2^N-1)), and 96+40N (see below):

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x = 48, y = 48, rule = B3/S2-i34q
20b2ob2obo2b2o$21bob2ob4obo$20bo4bo5bo$13bobo5b3o3b4ob2o$13b2obo6b2ob
2o2bo2bo$16bo14bo$13b2ob2o12b2obo2bo$13b2o2bo7b2o3bo2b4o$15bo4bo10b2o
$13b2o2bo6bo5bo2b2o$12bobob2o5b2o5b2obobo$6b2o4bo3bo6bobo5bo3bo$7bo2b
2o2bobo14bo2bob2o$7bobo2b2obo16b3o3bob2ob2o$3b2ob2ob2o2bo21bob2ob2obo
$3bo4bo4bo3bo16bo4bo4bo$b2o2b2o3b3o3bo18b3o3b3o$o2b2obobobo5b3o18bobo
bo$2obo3b3o23bo4b3o$bobo4bo23b2o$bob2o27bobo10bobo$2o3bo38bob2o$2bob2o
3bo34bo$2o3bo4b2o31b2ob2o$2ob2o4b2o31bo3b2o$3bo30b2o6b2obo$2obo29bobo
6bo3b2o$obo32bo7b2obo$39bo4bobo$7b3o28b3o3bob2o$6bobobo26bobobob2o2bo
$4b3o3b3o5bo16b3o3b2o2b2o$3bo4bo4bo5b2o13bo4bo4bo$4bob2ob2obo5b2o14bo
2b2ob2ob2o$3b2ob2obo3b3o9b2o5bob2o2bobo$10b2obo2bo7bobo4bobo2b2o2bo$12b
o3bo9bo4bo3bo4b2o$12bobob2o12b2obobo$13b2o2bo12bo2b2o$15b2o10bo4bo$11b
4o2bo3b2o7bo2b2o$11bo2bob2o12b2ob2o$16bo14bo$14bo2bo2b2ob2o6bob2o$14b
2ob4o3b3o5bobo$16bo5bo4bo$16bob4ob2obo$17b2o2bob2ob2o!

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x = 20, y = 24, rule = tlife
8bo$8b2o$6b2o2bo$6b2o2b2o$4b2o2b2o6bo$4b2o2b2o6b2o$2b2o2b2o6b2o2bo$b3o
2b2o6b2o2b2o$2o2b2o6b2o2b2o$2o2b2o6b2o2b2o$2b3o5b2o2b2o$2b2o6b2o2b2o$
8b2o2b2o$8b2o2b2o$6b2o2b2o$6b2o2b2o$4b2o2b2o$4b2o2b2o$2b2o2b2o$b3o2b2o
$2o2b2o$2o2b2o$2b3o$2b2o!

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x = 58, y = 21, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o10b2o4b2o$2bobo2bobo6bobo2bobo6bobo2bobo10bob
o2bobo$2o2b4o2b2o2b2o2b4o2b2o2b2o2b4o2b2o6b2o2b4o2b2o$bobo4bobo4bobo4b
obo4bobo4bobo8bobo4bobo$bob2ob2o2bo4bo2b2ob2obo4bo2b2ob2obo8bo2b2ob2o
bo$2bo4bobo6bobo4bo6bobo4bo10bobo4bo$3bo4bo8bo4bo8bo4bo12bo4bo$4bo16b
o13bo17bo2$15bo23bo$15b2o22b2o$15bo23bo2$4bo16bo13bo17bo$3bo4bo8bo4bo
8bo4bo12bo4bo$2bo4bobo6bobo4bo6bobo4bo10bobo4bo$bob2ob2o2bo4bo2b2ob2o
bo4bo2b2ob2obo8bo2b2ob2obo$bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo4bobo8bobo4bobo$2o
2b4o2b2o2b2o2b4o2b2o2b2o2b4o2b2o6b2o2b4o2b2o$2bobo2bobo6bobo2bobo6bob
o2bobo10bobo2bobo$2b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o6b2o4b2o10b2o4b2o!
The most obvious step forward would be finding stable technology (i.e. reflectors, a universal set of conduits, maybe signals/signal turners if possible) — that's an avenue I've explored in moderate depth, though, and I haven't found anything useful; I've found a few S-to-Bs and unchainable S-to-S's, as well as glider/T emitting conduits (someone else found an S-to-A if I recall correctly) and a few near-miss reflectors, but I feel like I've explored much of the easily (manually) searchable space without great success.
wildmyron wrote:I've been searching in C1 with a slightly modified apgsearch (as mentioned on Discord). Any soup with a p5 T will unfortunately fail the population periodicity tests in apgmera's naivestab_awesome() as none of the periods tested have 5 as a factor. Changing the initial period to be tested to 10 in place of 12 gives a significant boost to the search speed (about fourfold increase). Because this function never detects stability in the presence of linear growth there is little change to the resulting census. [I also adjusted the other parameters to ensure that the total number of generations that non-stabilising soups are evolved for is approximately the same.]
I'd be curious to see if changing the period to 20 would yield any improvements, given how common the cap (p4) is.

EDIT: A soup for a symmetrical c/2 that could potentially provide a synthesis:

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x = 32, y = 31, rule = B3/S2-i34q
boobooboboboobboobboobobobooboob$
bobobbbbbobbboobboobbbobbbbbobob$
bobbbboobbbbooobbooobbbboobbbbob$
bbbbobooobobboooooobbobooobobbbb$
obooooobboobobbbbbboboobbooooobo$
bobooooobobbbbobbobbbbobooooobob$
ooooobbboobobbobbobboboobbbooooo$
obooobobboobbbbbbbbbboobbobooobo$
oobboobbbbooobboobbooobbbboobboo$
obooooobboooooooooooooobbooooobo$
oobboobbboobbboooobbboobbboobboo$
bobbbbbbobbbboooooobbbbobbbbbbob$
booooobbooooboobbooboooobbooooob$
obbbbboobobooobbbboooboboobbbbbo$
obbobbboobbbbbobbobbbbboobbbobbo$
bobboooboboboobbbboobobobooobbob$
obbobbboobbbbbobbobbbbboobbbobbo$
obbbbboobobooobbbboooboboobbbbbo$
booooobbooooboobbooboooobbooooob$
bobbbbbbobbbboooooobbbbobbbbbbob$
oobboobbboobbboooobbboobbboobboo$
obooooobboooooooooooooobbooooobo$
oobboobbbbooobboobbooobbbboobboo$
obooobobboobbbbbbbbbboobbobooobo$
ooooobbboobobbobbobboboobbbooooo$
bobooooobobbbbobbobbbbobooooobob$
obooooobboobobbbbbboboobbooooobo$
bbbbobooobobboooooobbobooobobbbb$
bobbbboobbbbooobbooobbbboobbbbob$
bobobbbbbobbboobboobbbobbbbbobob$
boobooboboboobboobboobobobooboob!
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by wildmyron » May 15th, 2019, 2:48 am

Thanks for the review. A stable reflector seems like a good goal, though any other stable conduits would be useful too, I'm sure.
A for awesome wrote:
wildmyron wrote:I've been searching in C1 with a slightly modified apgsearch (as mentioned on Discord). <snip>
I'd be curious to see if changing the period to 20 would yield any improvements, given how common the cap (p4) is.
This is incorporated into the modification I made - there were a few variations but the simplest to describe is:
- run 300 iterations with period = 10
- run 300 iterations with period = 40

This targeted detection of stability in the presence of the p160 which is more common than the cap. To be honest I don't think that makes a big difference because even with those two oscillators combined there are only 3/100 soups to which it's applicable - the resulting performance improvement is comparable to the random variation I get in my tests.

Here's a nice p8 oscillator which appeared in a C4_1 soup:

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#C xp8_wjrg08cs80cczgg1jogg08ucz11w11x66
x = 13, y = 13, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2b2o$2b2o$7b2o2b2o$3bo2b4ob2o$2b3o3bo$2b2o$3bo5bo$9b2o$4bo3b3o$2ob4o2b
o$2o2b2o$9b2o$9b2o!
The latest version of the 5S Project contains over 221,000 spaceships. Tabulated pages up to period 160 are available on the LifeWiki.

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » May 15th, 2019, 7:43 pm

A few new and old things:

30-cell SL in C1:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bobbbbobooobbobo$
ooobbooobbobobbb$
boobbooboooooobo$
booooooobbooobbb$
boobooobobobbobb$
booobbbbbbobobbo$
ooobbbobbooobbbo$
ooobobobbboobbbo$
booobobbbobobbbb$
oooobbooobboobob$
oooobbobobobbbbo$
boooooobbobbbboo$
obbboboobooooobo$
bbobobobbboboboo$
obboobooboobbbob$
obbboobooboboobo!
Weird p2 that works in Life but hasn't shown up there yet:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
booooooobbbobbbo$
bbboooboobobbbbb$
bobobooooooobobb$
obbbboobbbbbobob$
bboobooobbbbbobb$
obobooooooobbobo$
bobooobbbbbboobo$
obobbbboooobbooo$
boboooooobbobbob$
bbbbbbooboobbooo$
obooobobbbbobbbb$
bobbbbobbbbboobo$
obbbbooobooboboo$
ooobooboobbobooo$
obbobooobbbobbob$
oooooooboooooboo!
More p2s:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bobooobooboooboo$
oboooobbobbbbooo$
bobboobbbobbobbo$
boooobobobbbbobb$
ooooobbbbobbbbob$
booooboooobobbob$
bbbbboboobbooooo$
bobbbobbobbbooob$
ooobbobboobbbbbo$
bbobobboboooboob$
bboooooobboboobo$
obobooboobbboobb$
obooobbobboboobb$
obbooobooooboobo$
bobboobbobobooob$
oobbboooooobbbob!

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
oobbobbobobobboo$
boobbooobbbboooo$
bbbobobbbobbbooo$
obbobboooboobbob$
obbbooooboboboob$
bobobbbbbbbboooo$
bobbbbooooboobbo$
bbbbboboobbbbooo$
bbooboboobbbbboo$
oboobbbooooobobo$
obobooobbboobobo$
bboooobobbooobbb$
oobbbbbboboooboo$
oobboboboboobbob$
bobbbbbobbbboobo$
ooobooboboboooob!
Interacting p160 and p6 (p480):

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bobbbboobbobobbb$
obbooooboboooooo$
bbooboobbobboobo$
boboobboooobboob$
bboboboobbboooob$
booobbbboboboobo$
oooobobbbbbbbboo$
oooobooobbbboooo$
bobboobobbbbbbbb$
obbboobobooobbbo$
bbobbobbooobboob$
oboooooobobbbbbb$
bbobbooooooooboo$
oooboooboooobooo$
boobbbbobbbooobo$
oboooboboboooobb!
Small lake is much more common than in Life:

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
booboooobbooobbo$
boooooboobbooboo$
booboobobooooobo$
oboobboobbbobobo$
oooboboobboobobo$
bbbbbobboboboobo$
bboooooboboboobo$
booboboobobbobob$
obobobbooobbbboo$
bobbobbboboobbbb$
bbbbobbboobooobo$
oboooobboobobobb$
bbboboobboobobbo$
obbooobobbbobbbo$
oobboooooobooboo$
obbooobbobooooob!
EDIT: If the output T from the ant-boat collision is deleted (or redirected as in this example), the 8c/282 reaction can be made to travel at different speeds ((8+8N)c/(282+32N), I believe, here 16c/314):

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x = 40, y = 52, rule = B3/S2-i34q
26b2o$26b2o8$30b2o$29bobo$30bo13$16b2o$17b2o$19bo$17b2o6$38bo$37bobo$
38b2o8$34b2o$34b2o4$2o$b2o$3bo$b2o!
Sadly, it is not stable on its own, since the collision cannot be spaced closely enough in time to allow unsupported versions. Versions with higher N would require even closer spacings due to the number of ants increasing faster than the period.
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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Re: tlife (B3/S2-i34q)

Post by A for awesome » May 16th, 2019, 6:08 pm

A bunch of new smallish p3s — I'm testing an enhancement to my old program osrc now:

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x = 10, y = 8, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2bobo3b2o$2b2ob2obo$5bo$2b2o3bo$2bo2bobo$obo$2o5bobo$8b2o!

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x = 11, y = 11, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o$bo2bo$3b2o2bo$6b2o$3b2ob3o$3bo2bobo$2obobo$ob2o4bo$4bobo2bo$4bob2o
2bo$5bo3bo!

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x = 9, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2b2o$bo$bobobo$2o4bo$3bo3bo$4b2obo$6bo$6bobo$7b2o!

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x = 9, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2bo$bob2o$bo2bobo$2o3bobo$bobob2o$bob2o$2bo3b3o$3b3o2bo$5bo!

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x = 12, y = 10, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o7bo$o2bo2b2o3bo$b2o2bo5bo$2bob2obobo$2bobo2b2o$3bo2bo2bo$4b2obo2bo
$5bobo2bo$2obobo$ob2ob2o!

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x = 10, y = 8, rule = B3/S2-i34q
7bo$6bobo$2b2obo$2bo4bo$3bo2b2o$3o3bo2bo$o2b3o2b2o$3bo!

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x = 9, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o3bo$bobo3bo$7bo$2b2obo$bob2o$obo2bo$bo3b3o$2b3o3bo$4bo2b2o!
Edits may be forthcoming.

EDIT: P4s:

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x = 9, y = 7, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2o2b3o$o2bo$b3o3bo$7bo$3b2obo$bo2bobobo$b2o4b2o!

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x = 9, y = 15, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o$bo2bo$2b4obo$5bo$2b3o3bo$2bo2b3o$3b2o$3o2b2o$o2bo4bo$bobo2b3o$2bo
2bo$3b2o2b2o$8bo$6bo$6b2o!

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x = 11, y = 17, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2b2o$2bo2bo$3b6o$7bob2o$5b3o$4bo4bo$2obob2o$bobo5bo$o2b3o2bobo$2o4bo2b
o$5b2o$4bo2b2o$5b3ob2o2$3b3obobo$2bo2bobo$2b2o!

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x = 8, y = 14, rule = B3/S2-i34q
4bo$3bo$2bobo$2bobo$2obo$bobo$bobobo$2obobo$2bo3bo$2bobobo$3bo3bo$4b3o
$2bobo$2b2o!

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x = 10, y = 10, rule = B3/S2-i34q
3b2o$3bo$2obobobo$ob2obobo$4bo3bo$4bobobo$5bo3bo$6b3o$4bobo$4b2o!
EDIT 2: P5:

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x = 10, y = 13, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o2bobo$bo2bobo$2b3o$5b3obo$4b2o3bo$3bo4bo$4bo3bo$b3o3bo$o2bobo2bo$2o
2bob2o$5bo$3bobo$3b2o!
EDIT 3: Some 4G syntheses from @wildmyron's search:

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x = 0, y = 0, rule = B3/S2-i34q
22$43bo$41b2o$42b2o8$33b2o$33bobo$33bo3$27b3o$29bo$28bo4$22b2o$21bobo$23bo!

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x = 0, y = 0, rule = B3/S2-i34q
30$42bo$40b2o$41b2o4$36b3o$27b3o6bo$29bo7bo$28bo4$27bo$27b2o$26bobo!

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x = 0, y = 0, rule = B3/S2-i34q
28$44bo$43bo$43b3o2$33b2o$33bobo$33bo3$27b3o$29bo$28bo8$26b2o$27b2o$26bo!
Even though the c/2 already has a 4G synthesis, I thought it was interesting that the collision was asymmetric in nature.

EDIT 4: More oscillators (note in particular the p5 sparkers):

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x = 13, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
3b2o$3bo4b2o$bobob2o2bo$obo2b3obobo$obobo3bobobo$bobob3o2bobo$3bo2b2o
bobo$3b2o4bo$8b2o!

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x = 12, y = 12, rule = B3/S2-i34q
o$3o$3bo7bo$2bo2bo3b3o$2b4o2bo$6bo2bo$4b2o2b2o$4bo$5b5o$6bo2bo$4bo$4b
2o!

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x = 9, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2o3b2o$o5bo$b2o2bo$5bobo$3bo2bobo$4b2o2bo$5bobo$4bo2b2o$4b2o!

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x = 12, y = 10, rule = B3/S2-i34q
3b2o$3bobo$bobobo$ob2o4bo$o3b2obobo$b2o2b2o2bo$3b2o2bob2o$3bo3b2o2bo$
4b3o3b2o$6bo!

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x = 10, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
6b2o$4b3obo$3bo4bo$3bo2bob2o$b2o3bo$o2b3ob3o$bobo2bo2bo$2bo3bobo$7bo!

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x = 12, y = 11, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o$bobo$3bo3b2ob2o$3b2o3bobo$b2o3b2o2bo$o2b5obo$bobo4bo$2o2bobo$2bob
o$2bo2bobo$b2o3b2o!

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x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S2-i34q
b2o11b2o$bo2bob5obo2bo$3b2obo3bob2o$4bo7bo$4bo7bo$ob2o9b2obo$2obob7ob
ob2o$4bo3bo3bo$5b3ob3o$7bobo!

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x = 19, y = 19, rule = B3/S2-i34q
7bo3bo$6bo5bo$5bo7bo$5bob2ob2obo$4b2ob2ob2ob2o$2bo2bo2bobo2bo2bo$2b2o
2b2obob2o2b2o3$4b2ob2ob2ob2o$4bob7obo$5bo7bo$2b3o9b3o$2bo2b3o3b3o2bo$
3bo2bo5bo2bo$bob2o3bobo3b2obo$obo4b2ob2o4bobo$obo13bobo$bo15bo!

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x = 15, y = 12, rule = B3/S2-i34q
7bo$3bo3bo3bo$2bobo5bobo$bo2bobobobo2bo$ob2ob2ob2ob2obo$ob2o7b2obo$bo
3bo3bo3bo$2b3ob3ob3o$4bo5bo$3o9b3o$o2b4ob4o2bo$3bo2bobo2bo!

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x = 14, y = 10, rule = B3/S2-i34q
3bo6bo$2bob2o2b2obo$2bobo4bobo$b2o8b2o$o2bo6bo2bo$o2bobo2bobo2bo$b2o2b
4o2b2o$2bobo4bobo$2bo2bo2bo2bo$3b2o4b2o!

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x = 12, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
2bo6bo$bobo4bobo$bob2o2b2obo$2o2bo2bo2b2o$2b3o2b3o$2o2bo2bo2b2o$bob2o
2b2obo$bobo4bobo$2bo6bo!
EDIT 5: P4 sparkers:

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x = 19, y = 20, rule = B3/S2-i34q
9bo2$7b5o$6b2o3b2o$6b2o3b2o$4bo2b2ob2o2bo$4b2o3bo3b2o$2b2o3bo3bo3b2o$
bo2b3o5b3o2bo$2bobobo2bo2bobobo$b2o2bob5obo2b2o$o2bobo7bobo2bo$2o2b2o
2bobo2b2o2b2o$8bobo$4b2obobobob2o$2bo2b2ob3ob2o2bo$2b2o3bo3bo3b2o$7bo
3bo$6bo5bo$7bobobo!

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x = 20, y = 17, rule = B3/S2-i34q
9b2o2$7b6o$b2o3b2o4b2o3b2o$bobo2b2o4b2o2bobo$3bo2bo6bo2bo$2b2obob6obo
b2o$2bo2b2obo2bob2o2bo$4bo4b2o4bo$4obob2o2b2obob4o$o2bobo3b2o3bobo2bo
$3bo4bo2bo4bo$2b2ob2obo2bob2ob2o$bo2bo4b2o4bo2bo$2bo3b3o2b3o3bo$3b3o2b
o2bo2b3o$5bo8bo!

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x = 18, y = 17, rule = B3/S2-i34q
8b2o$6bo4bo2$5bobo2bobo$3b4ob2ob4o$2bo4bo2bo4bo$bob2o2bo2bo2b2obo$o2b
2obo4bob2o2bo$2o5bo2bo5b2o$7bo2bo$5b2ob2ob2o$3b3obo2bob3o$2bo12bo$o2b
2obo4bob2o2bo$2obo4b2o4bob2o$3bo10bo$3b2o8b2o!

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x = 22, y = 19, rule = B3/S2-i34q
10b2o$5b2ob6ob2o$5bo10bo$6b3ob2ob3o$3b3o2b2o2b2o2b3o$3bo2bo8bo2bo$bob
obo3bo2bo3bobobo$obo2b2o2bo2bo2b2o2bobo$o2b2o2b2ob2ob2o2b2o2bo$b2o2bo
4b2o4bo2b2o$2bobobo2b4o2bobobo$2bobo4bo2bo4bobo$3bobobo6bobobo$5b3o6b
3o$4bo2bo6bo2bo$4b2ob2o4b2ob2o$5bobo6bobo$5bobo6bobo$6bo8bo!
And a p3 weak sparker:

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x = 14, y = 9, rule = B3/S2-i34q
6b2o2$2b2obo2bob2o$b3o2b2o2b3o$bob3o2b3obo$3o3b2o3b3o$o3b2o2b2o3bo$b3o
2b2o2b3o$3bo2b2o2bo!
EDIT 6:

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x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S2-i34q
5bo5bo$4bo7bo$o2bob2o3b2obo2bo$4o9b4o$5bobobobo$2b2o2b2ob2o2b2o$2bo11b
o$3bo2b2ob2o2bo$4bo2bobo2bo$5b2o3b2o!

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x = 19, y = 12, rule = B3/S2-i34q
7bo3bo$6bo5bo$5bo7bo$5bob2ob2obo$4b2o2bobo2b2o$2bo3b2o3b2o3bo$bob5o3b
5obo$bobo3bo3bo3bobo$2o2b2o2bobo2b2o2b2o$2b2o2b2o3b2o2b2o$2bo2bo7bo2b
o$4b2o7b2o!
EDIT 7: Loading dock has appeared in asymmetry (has not happened in normal Life):

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x = 16, y = 16, rule = B3/S2-i34q
bbobbbbboboooboo$
oboobooboobbbbbo$
bboooobboooobboo$
obobobboooobobbb$
ooobboooobbbobbb$
bobbbboobbobbbbb$
oobbbobbbboobobo$
obooobboooooobbb$
booobbobboobboob$
bboooboobobooooo$
bboobbobbooooboo$
booobobboooobbob$
bobbbboobbbboobo$
bobbbobboobbbobo$
oobbooooooboboob$
bboboobobbbboooo!
EDIT 8: A set of related p7 sparkers:

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x = 25, y = 25, rule = B3/S2-i34q
12bo2$8b2o5b2o$4b2o13b2o$4bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo$b2obob2obob3obob2obob2o$
o2b2o2bo2bobobo2bo2b2o2bo$2o3bo2bobobobobo2bo3b2o$2b3o4bo5bo4b3o$2bo4b
obobobobobo4bo$6bobobobobobobo$5bo2bo2bobo2bo2bo$5bob2o7b2obo$4b2o2bo
bobobobo2b2o$6bo2bob3obo2bo$6b2obo5bob2o$4b2o2bo2b3o2bo2b2o$3bo2bo2b2o
3b2o2bo2bo$4b2o4bobobo4b2o$8bo2bobo2bo$8b2obobob2o$10bobobo$10bobobo$
11bobo$12bo!

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x = 25, y = 27, rule = B3/S2-i34q
12bo2$8b2o5b2o$4b2o13b2o$4bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo$b2obob2obob3obob2obob2o$
o2b2o2bo2bobobo2bo2b2o2bo$2o3bo2bobobobobo2bo3b2o$2b3o4bo5bo4b3o$2bo4b
obobobobobo4bo$6bobobobobobobo$5bo2bo2bobo2bo2bo$5bob2o7b2obo$4b2o2bo
bobobobo2b2o$6bo2bob3obo2bo$6b2obo5bob2o$4b2o2bo2b3o2bo2b2o$3bo2bo2b2o
3b2o2bo2bo$4bob2ob2obob2ob2obo$3b2o2bo3b3o3bo2b2o$2bo2bo2b2o5b2o2bo2b
o$3b2o4bob3obo4b2o$7bo2bobobo2bo$7b2obobobob2o$9bobobobo$9bobobobo$10b
o3bo!

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x = 25, y = 29, rule = B3/S2-i34q
12bo2$8b2o5b2o$4b2o13b2o$4bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo$b2obob2obob3obob2obob2o$
o2b2o2bo2bobobo2bo2b2o2bo$2o3bo2bobobobobo2bo3b2o$2b3o4bo5bo4b3o$2bo4b
obobobobobo4bo$6bobobobobobobo$5bo2bo2bobo2bo2bo$5bob2o7b2obo$4b2o2bo
bobobobo2b2o$6bo2bob3obo2bo$6b2obo5bob2o$4b2o2bo2b3o2bo2b2o$3bo2bo2b2o
3b2o2bo2bo$4bob2ob2obob2ob2obo$3b2o2bo3b3o3bo2b2o$2bo2bo2b2o5b2o2bo2b
o$3b2o4bob3obo4b2o$7bo2bobobo2bo$7b2obobobob2o$9bobobobo$9bo5bo$8b2o5b
2o$6bo2bobobobo2bo$6b2o2b2ob2o2b2o!
x₁=ηx
V ⃰_η=c²√(Λη)
K=(Λu²)/2
Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt)

$$x_1=\eta x$$
$$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$
$$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$
$$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$

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