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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by BlinkerSpawn » December 5th, 2014, 8:55 am

Found some higher-period guns, mostly p44:
From left to right: p44 photon gun, the basic p44 unit, p44 4-photon gun, and a p32.

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x = 132, y = 32, rule = 345/2/4
3C2.C4.C55.3C2.C4.C12.3C2.C4.C15.3C2.3C3.2C$C2.C.C2.C.C2.C52.C2.C.C2.
C.C2.C9.C2.C.C2.C.C2.C12.C2.C4.C.C2.C$3C2.4C.4C52.3C2.4C.4C9.3C2.4C.
4C12.3C2.3C4.C$C7.C4.C52.C7.C4.C9.C7.C4.C12.C7.C2.C$C7.C4.C52.C7.C4.C
9.C7.C4.C12.C4.3C2.4C4$61.5A$60.2A.A.2A45.A$16.5A6.A32.A.A.A.A44.3A$
15.2A.A.2A5.3A30.A.A.A.A44.A.2A$15.A.A.A.A4.2A.2A29.2A.A.2A22.A20.4A$
15.A.A.A.A5.3A31.5A22.3A21.A$15.2A.A.2A6.A50.A8.A.2A$16.5A57.3A6.4A$
2.A74.2A.A8.A$.3A74.4A$.A.2A74.A$4A$2.A2$103.A25.A$102.3A23.3A$101.2A
.2A21.2A.2A$32.4A66.3A23.3A$31.2A2.2A67.A25.A$31.A.2A.A$31.2A2.2A$31.
A.2A.A$31.2A2.2A$32.4A!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by BlinkerSpawn » February 25th, 2015, 7:14 pm

calcyman wrote:Anyway, it is possible to produce guns of all arbitrarily high periods, using a method such as this:

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x = 70, y = 78, rule = 345/2/4
42.2A$42.2B$42.2C4$31.A$30.3A$31.A8.CB2A$31.A2.A.A2.A2.A.B$30.2A2.B9A
C$31.A2.C.A5.A$31.A4.A5.A$30.2A3.2A5.2A$31.A4.A4.2A$31.A4.A3.2A$30.2A
3.6A.A$31.A2.A.A2.A.B$31.A.B6.C$31.2AC17.A$31.A18.3A$16.A2.A2.A2.A5.A
11.AB6.A$15.18A7.A2.A.C5.A$16.A11.A2.A4.ABC6A6.2A$28.ABC5.ABC.A3.2A5.
A$21.BC17.A4.2A4.A$20.A.A2.A13.2A5.2A3.2A$21.6A13.A5.A4.A$20.2A3.A14.
A5.A.A2.A$8.ABC8.2A4.A.C11.9AB2.2A$ABC3.A2.A8.2A5.2AB10.A.A2.A2.A.C2.
A$ABC2.6A8.A5.A.A11.BC5.AB3.A$6.A3.2A5.C.A5.A24.2A$6.A4.2A4.B9A24.A$
5.2A5.2A3.A.A2.A2.A25.A5.A2.A2.A2.A$4.A.A5.A.A7.ABC25.18A$4.B.A5.A.B
34.A.A2.A11.A$4.C9AC34.B.BA13.B$6.A2.A2.A36.2C7.CBA4.2CB$2.B2C4.ABC7.
2C36.A2.A2.A$3.B13.AB.B34.C9AC$3.A11.A2.A.A34.B.A5.A.B$2.18A25.CBA7.A
.A5.A.A$3.A2.A2.A2.A5.A25.A2.A2.A.A3.2A5.2A$18.A24.9AB4.2A4.A$18.2A
24.A5.A.C5.2A3.A$18.A3.BA5.CB11.A.A5.A8.6A2.CBA$18.A2.C.A2.A2.A.A10.B
2A5.2A8.A2.A3.CBA$17.2A2.B9A11.C.A4.2A8.CBA$18.A2.A.A5.A14.A3.2A$18.A
4.A5.A13.6A$17.2A3.2A5.2A13.A2.A.A$18.A4.2A4.A17.CB$18.A5.2A3.A.CBA5.
CBA$17.2A6.6ACBA4.A2.A11.A$18.A5.C.A2.A7.18A$18.A6.BA11.A5.A2.A2.A2.A
$17.3A18.A$18.A17.C2A$29.C6.B.A$28.B.A2.A.A2.A$27.A.6A3.2A$28.2A3.A4.
A$27.2A4.A4.A$26.2A5.2A3.2A$27.A5.A4.A$27.A5.A.C2.A$25.C9AB2.2A$25.B.
A2.A2.A.A2.A$26.2ABC8.A$37.3A$38.A4$26.2C$26.2B$26.2A!
There's a simpler way.
This setup can produce photons at any period 34 or higher.

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x = 78, y = 38, rule = 345/2/4
6.4C3.3C5.2C32.4C3.3C2.5C$6.2C.2C.2C.2C.2C.2C32.2C.2C.2C.2C.2C$6.2C.
2C4.2C.2C.2C32.2C.2C4.2C.2C$6.4C3.3C2.5C32.4C3.3C3.3C$6.2C7.2C4.2C32.
2C7.2C4.2C$6.2C4.2C.2C4.2C32.2C4.2C.2C.2C.2C$6.2C5.3C5.2C32.2C5.3C3.
3C2$16.A2.A45.A2.A$15.6A43.6A$16.A3.2A43.A3.2A$16.A4.2A42.A4.2A$15.2A
5.2A40.2A5.2A$4.A2.A4.ABC.A5.A29.A2.A5.ABC.A5.A$3.6A3.ABC.A5.A28.6A4.
ABC.A5.A$2.2A3.A7.9A26.2A3.A8.9A$.2A4.A8.A2.A2.A26.2A4.A9.A2.A2.A$2A
5.2A39.2A5.2A$.A5.A41.A5.A$.A5.A34.A6.A5.A$9A13.2A17.3A4.9A$.A2.A2.A
14.2B18.A6.A2.A2.A15.2A$5.2C15.2C29.2C16.2B$5.2B14.A2.A2.A6.A18.2B16.
2C$5.2A13.9A4.3A17.2A15.A2.A2.A$21.A5.A6.A34.9A$21.A5.A42.A5.A$20.2A
5.2A41.A5.A$6.A2.A2.A8.A4.2A41.2A5.2A$5.9A7.A3.2A27.A2.A2.A9.A4.2A$6.
A5.A.CBA3.6A27.9A8.A3.2A$6.A5.A.CBA4.A2.A29.A5.A.CBA4.6A$5.2A5.2A40.A
5.A.CBA5.A2.A$6.2A4.A40.2A5.2A$7.2A3.A41.2A4.A$8.6A41.2A3.A$9.A2.A43.
6A$57.A2.A!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Freywa » February 26th, 2015, 1:35 am

OK, I've looked through all the technology posted, but still there are two nagging questions:
-> How do you delay a 6-cell spaceship an odd number of generations while keeping it along the same path?
-> Is there a way to construct arbitrary-period triggerable clocks that could serve as Wireworld-style RS flip-flops? A p10 clock has been made but I'm looking for p32 (not of the form 10 + 6n, which can be done by simply adding crosses along the clock's ends.)
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by flipper77 » February 26th, 2015, 3:51 am

Freywa wrote:OK, I've looked through all the technology posted, but still there are two nagging questions:
-> How do you delay a 6-cell spaceship an odd number of generations while keeping it along the same path?
-> Is there a way to construct arbitrary-period triggerable clocks that could serve as Wireworld-style RS flip-flops? A p10 clock has been made but I'm looking for p32 (not of the form 10 + 6n, which can be done by simply adding crosses along the clock's ends.)
Both questions you pose are very easily answered as I have messed around with this rule quite a lot in the past:

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x = 14, y = 9, rule = 345/2/4
.A2.A$6A$.A2.A4$2.2A8.2A$2.2B8.2B$2.2C8.2C!

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x = 27, y = 37, rule = 345/2/4
4.A17.A$3.3A15.3A$4.A17.A5$24.ABC$24.ABC$5.A15.A$4.3A13.3A$5.A15.A2$
9.A7.A$8.3A5.3A$9.A7.A6$9.A7.A$8.3A5.3A$9.A7.A2$5.A15.A$4.3A13.3A$5.A
15.A$CBA$CBA5$4.A$3.3A$4.A!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Freywa » March 22nd, 2015, 2:18 pm

Here lies a compendium of computer technology assembled thus far, assembled from the (very old) library of Stephen Silver's collection in the MCell user's corner and my own experimentation. This is, of course, a preamble to something slightly larger.
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by AforAmpere » July 1st, 2016, 4:27 pm

I have built a full adder, it looks to be glider constructable:

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x = 173, y = 201, rule = 345/2/4
84.C.C.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C.C.C3$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$
86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$84.C.C.C$85.3C$86.C6$85.2B$85.2A
57$C.C2$C3.C2$C.C.C18.C.C.C2$C3.C18.C3.C2$C.C20.C.C.C$71.A$2.C20.C3.C
42.3A$2.C68.A$2.C20.C3.C$2.C30.A133.A$2.C22.C6.3A131.3A$2.C22.C7.A
133.A$2.C22.C19.A7.A$2.C22.C11.A6.3A5.3A5.A9.A92.A$2.C22.C10.3A6.A7.A
5.3A7.3A90.3A$2.C22.C11.A7.A14.A9.A92.A$2.C22.C18.3A$C.C.C20.C19.A$.
3C21.C$2.C22.C$25.C$25.C$23.C.C.C$24.3C$25.C$.BA$.BA$69.A$68.3A$69.A$
24.BA$24.BA47.A$38.A33.3A$37.3A33.A$38.A$138.A$42.A94.3A$41.3A94.A$
42.A29.A2.A$71.6A23.A$72.A2.A23.3A$100.A$112.A7.A50.A$104.A6.3A5.3A5.
A9.A32.3A$103.3A6.A7.A5.3A7.3A25.A6.A$72.A2.A28.A7.A14.A9.A25.3A$71.
6A34.3A50.2A.A$72.A2.A36.A51.A.3A$164.2A.A$163.3A$164.A5$71.A$70.3A$
71.A64.A$135.3A$60.A6.A68.A$59.3A4.3A16.A$60.A6.A16.3A53.A$85.A19.A
33.3A$104.3A33.A$81.A23.A$80.3A$81.A27.A$108.3A$109.A29.A2.A$138.6A$
42.A22.A73.A2.A$41.3A20.3A$42.A22.A2$38.A30.A$37.3A28.3A68.A2.A$38.A
30.A68.6A$139.A2.A8$138.A$137.3A$138.A2$127.A6.A$126.3A4.3A$127.A6.A
9$109.A22.A$108.3A20.3A$109.A22.A2$105.A30.A$104.3A28.3A$105.A30.A!
The OR gate at the end outputs at a different time depending on what inputs you have, so here is an updated version:

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x = 225, y = 201, rule = 345/2/4
84.C.C.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C2$84.C.C.C3$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$
86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$86.C$84.C.C.C$85.3C$86.C6$85.2B$85.2A
57$C.C2$C3.C2$C.C.C18.C.C.C2$C3.C18.C3.C2$C.C20.C.C.C$71.A$2.C20.C3.C
42.3A$2.C68.A$2.C20.C3.C$2.C30.A133.A$2.C22.C6.3A131.3A$2.C22.C7.A
133.A$2.C22.C19.A7.A24.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$2.C22.C11.A6.3A5.3A
5.A9.A6.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A4.A10.A$2.C22.C10.3A6.A7.A
5.3A7.3A6.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A4.3A8.3A$2.C22.C11.A7.A14.A9.A7.A
11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A13.A10.A$2.C22.C18.3A30.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A
5.3A5.3A$C.C.C20.C19.A32.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$.3C21.C$2.C22.C$25.C
$25.C$23.C.C.C$24.3C$25.C$.BA$.BA$69.A$68.3A$69.A$24.BA$24.BA47.A$38.
A33.3A$37.3A33.A$38.A$138.A$42.A94.3A$41.3A94.A$42.A29.A2.A$71.6A23.A
$72.A2.A23.3A$100.A$112.A7.A$104.A6.3A5.3A4.A10.A$103.3A6.A7.A4.3A8.
3A24.A3.A$72.A2.A28.A7.A13.A10.A24.7A$71.6A34.3A49.2A.2A$72.A2.A36.A
52.A$164.3A$165.A2$161.A$160.3A$161.A2$71.A$70.3A$71.A64.A$135.3A76.C
.C.C$60.A6.A68.A$59.3A4.3A16.A132.C$60.A6.A16.3A53.A19.A$85.A19.A33.
3A17.3A52.C.C.C3.3C$104.3A33.A19.A61.C$81.A23.A87.A20.C7.3C$80.3A73.A
29.A5.3A29.C$81.A27.A45.3A27.3A5.A20.C.C.C3.3C$108.3A45.A29.A$109.A
29.A2.A$138.6A$42.A22.A73.A2.A$41.3A20.3A$42.A22.A2$38.A30.A$37.3A28.
3A68.A2.A$38.A30.A68.6A$139.A2.A8$138.A79.C$137.3A$138.A79.C$193.A$
127.A6.A51.A5.3A23.C3.3C$126.3A4.3A49.3A5.A28.C$127.A6.A51.A31.C3.3C$
224.C$218.C3.3C7$109.A22.A$108.3A20.3A$109.A22.A2$105.A30.A$104.3A28.
3A$105.A30.A!
The viewer may have some trouble, so copy it into golly and you should see the markers denoting the 1's and 2's places.
I and wildmyron manage the 5S project, which collects all known spaceship speeds in Isotropic Non-totalistic rules.

Things to work on:
- Find a (7,1)c/8 ship in a Non-totalistic rule
- Finish a rule with ships with period >= f_e_0(n) (in progress)

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by blah » July 1st, 2016, 5:24 pm

AforAmpere wrote:I have built a full adder, it looks to be glider constructable:
It's not the first: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=1658&p=18189
Not that you were wasting time, of course; it's still original and impressive. Also, I think they're called photons, not gliders (assuming you mean the small p1 lightspeed ships).
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by AforAmpere » July 1st, 2016, 5:41 pm

This one is a bit smaller than the one already constructed, and it is more easily constructable. Thank you for reminding me of the name of the photons.
Plus, here is a 2-bit adder:

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x = 352, y = 263, rule = 345/2/4
248.A$247.3A$248.A2$252.A$251.3A87.C3.C$252.A$341.C3.C$304.A$297.A5.
3A35.C.C.C3.3C$296.3A5.A44.C$297.A47.C3.3C$351.C$345.C3.3C21$21.C.C2$
21.C3.C2$21.C.C.C18.C.C.C2$21.C3.C18.C3.C2$21.C.C20.C.C.C2$23.C20.C3.
C$23.C$23.C20.C3.C$23.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$23.C22.C$
23.C22.C$23.C22.C$21.C.C.C20.C$22.3C21.C$6.C.C.C12.C22.C$38.A7.C$10.C
26.3A6.C$38.A5.C.C.C$6.C.C.C3.3C28.3C$14.C19.A11.C$6.C7.3C5.BA9.3A25.
A$16.C5.BA10.A25.3A$6.C.C.C3.3C44.A2$57.A$45.BA9.3A$45.BA10.A7$199.A
30.A$198.3A28.3A$199.A30.A2$203.A22.A$202.3A20.3A$203.A22.A9$221.A6.A
$220.3A4.3A$221.A6.A2$232.A$231.3A107.C.C.C$232.A$345.C$304.A$297.A5.
3A35.C.C.C3.3C$296.3A5.A44.C$297.A43.C7.3C$351.C$341.C.C.C3.3C$233.A
2.A$132.A30.A68.6A$131.3A28.3A68.A2.A$132.A30.A2$136.A22.A$135.3A20.
3A$136.A22.A73.A2.A$232.6A$203.A29.A2.A$202.3A$175.A27.A$174.3A$175.A
23.A$198.3A33.A$179.A19.A33.3A$154.A6.A16.3A53.A$153.3A4.3A16.A73.A$
154.A6.A68.A21.3A$229.3A21.A$165.A64.A$164.3A$165.A2$35.A219.A$34.3A
217.3A$35.A219.A2$55.A2.A200.A$54.6A198.3A$34.A20.A2.A107.A2.A36.A52.
A$33.3A129.6A34.3A49.2A.2A$34.A131.A2.A28.A7.A13.A10.A24.7A$197.3A6.A
7.A4.3A8.3A24.A3.A$198.A6.3A5.3A4.A10.A$206.A7.A$194.A$166.A2.A23.3A$
165.6A23.A$136.A29.A2.A$135.3A94.A$136.A94.3A$232.A$132.A$77.A7.A7.A
7.A7.A7.A13.3A33.A$76.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A13.A33.3A$68.A8.A7.A7.A7.
A7.A7.A49.A$67.3A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$56.A8.2B.A7.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.
3A44.A$55.3A7.2B10.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A44.3A$56.A106.A$123.A$52.A69.3A$
42.2B7.3A7.A61.A$42.2B8.A7.3A$61.A$61.A$60.3A$33.A27.A$32.3A$33.A105.
A32.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A$138.3A30.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A$
29.A101.A7.A14.A9.A7.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A13.A10.A$28.3A99.3A6.A7.A
5.3A7.3A6.A11.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A7.A4.3A8.3A$29.A101.A6.3A5.3A5.A9.A
6.3A9.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A5.3A4.A10.A$139.A7.A24.A11.A7.A7.A7.A
7.A7.A7.A7.A$127.A133.A$126.3A131.3A$127.A133.A2$165.A$164.3A$165.A5$
59.A30.A$58.3A28.3A$59.A30.A2$63.A22.A$62.3A20.3A$63.A22.A9$81.A6.A$
80.3A4.3A$81.A6.A2$92.A$91.3A$92.A2$304.A$297.A5.3A$296.3A5.A$297.A3$
93.A2.A$92.6A$93.A2.A2$345.C2$345.C$93.A2.A$92.6A247.C3.3C$63.A29.A2.
A252.C$62.3A280.C3.3C$63.A287.C$345.C3.3C$59.A$58.3A33.A$59.A33.3A$C
44.BA47.A$45.BA$C89.A$89.3A$C3.3C83.A$4.C17.BA$C3.3C15.BA$6.C39.C$C3.
3C38.3C$44.C.C.C$46.C$46.C$23.C22.C$22.3C21.C$21.C.C.C20.C19.A$23.C
22.C18.3A$23.C22.C11.A7.A14.A9.A88.A$23.C22.C10.3A6.A7.A5.3A7.3A86.3A
$23.C22.C11.A6.3A5.3A5.A9.A88.A$23.C22.C19.A7.A$23.C22.C7.A129.A$23.C
22.C6.3A127.3A$23.C30.A129.A$23.C20.C.C.C$23.C68.A$23.C20.C3.C42.3A$
92.A$21.C.C20.C.C.C2$21.C3.C18.C3.C2$21.C.C.C18.C3.C2$21.C3.C2$21.C.C
!
EDIT: When I put in my pattern, some of the yellow bits do not show up. Why is that?
I and wildmyron manage the 5S project, which collects all known spaceship speeds in Isotropic Non-totalistic rules.

Things to work on:
- Find a (7,1)c/8 ship in a Non-totalistic rule
- Finish a rule with ships with period >= f_e_0(n) (in progress)

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by rowett » July 2nd, 2016, 1:07 am

AforAmpere wrote:When I put in my pattern, some of the yellow bits do not show up. Why is that?
This was a bug in LifeViewer that has been fixed and will be in the next released build. Test case is here. Thanks for reporting!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Rhombic » July 3rd, 2016, 9:39 am

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x = 87, y = 96, rule = 345/2/4
3.A2.A2.A2.A$2.12A$3.A2.A2.A2.A22$3.2A$2.A2BA$2.B2CB$2.C2.C$3.2A$2.A
2BA$2.B2CB$2.C2.C$3.2A$2.A2BA$2.B2CB$2.C2.C$3.2A$2.A2BA$2.B2CB$.AC2.C
A$.B4.B$ACA2.ACA$B.B2.B.B$C.C2.C.C$.B4.B7$21.A31.A2.A22.A2.A2.A$20.3A
29.6A20.9A$21.A31.A2.A22.A2.A2.A22$21.2A30.2A24.2A$20.A2BA28.A2BA22.A
2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$20.C2.C28.C2.C22.C2.C$21.2A30.2A24.2A$20.A
2BA28.A2BA22.A2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$20.C2.C28.C2.C22.C2.C$21.2A
30.2A24.2A$20.A2BA28.A2BA22.A2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$20.C2.C28.C2.C
22.C2.C$21.2A30.2A24.2A$20.A2BA28.A2BA22.A2BA$20.B2CB28.B2CB22.B2CB$
19.AC2.CA26.AC2.CA20.AC2.CA$19.B4.B26.B4.B20.B4.B$18.ACA2.ACA24.ACA2.
ACA18.ACA2.ACA$18.B.B2.B.B24.B.B2.B.B18.B.B2.B.B$18.C.C2.C.C24.C.C2.C
.C18.C.C2.C.C$19.B4.B26.B4.B20.B4.B!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by praoubl » April 27th, 2017, 1:02 pm

Definitly known:

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x = 87, y = 96, rule = 345/2/4
.A2.A.$6A$.A2.A.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$6.$C4.C$BC2.CB$AB2.BA$.A2CA.$2.2B2.$2.2A2.$6.$.A2.A.$6A$.A2.A.!

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x=15, y=14, rule=b3/s23
bo2bob2obo2bo2b$b4ob2ob4o2b$bo2bob2obo2bo2b$15b$15b$15b$15b$15b$2b2o7b2o2b$2bo9bo2b$3b9o3b$3o2b5o2b3o$o2bo2b3o2bo2bo$b2o9b2ob!

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x = 60, y = 60, rule = B1/S12345
o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo$4o2bo$o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Ethanagor » April 29th, 2017, 10:03 pm

Here's a small collection of orthogonal spaceships with large sparks. The rightmost is a puffer based off one of the examples, and the leftmost can be extended infinitely in several ways by adding just a few cells to the tail spark, three examples of which are given:

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x = 0, y = 0, rule = 345/2/4
28.CBA36.CBA$8.CBA16.B2.CBA4.CBA28.CBA$8.A.CBA15.CB2.CBA3.CBA9.CBA10.
C5.CBA$4.C3.CBA.CBA13.A2.B2.CBA.CBA8.AB.A14.A.CBA$12.CBA14.BC.AB2.CBA
9.BC.AB2A7.BC.C.AB$29.CBA2.CBA10.2AC.AB2A7.C.B.AC2A$27.C.AB2.CBA12.BC
.A.A6.C2.B.A.A.A$27.C.A.CBA16.CBA9.C.B.AC2A$8.CBA18.CBA30.BC.C.AB25.C
BA$A3.ABC.A.CBA14.CBA37.A.CBA23.CBA$C3.CBA.CBA.CBA48.C5.CBA18.C5.CBA$
12.CBA53.CBA17.A5.A.CBA$40.A.A12.A11.CBA17.CABC.C.AB$39.B.B.B10.B.B
30.B.A.B.AC2A$28.CBA8.2ABC3A7.2AC3A25.C2.AC.A.A.A.A$8.CBA17.CBA7.CA.
2C3A3.C.BC.AC3A27.BCB.BA.AC2A$6.C.A.CBA14.CBA8.B.B.B.A5.ABC.AB.A27.AC
.2A2.A.AB$6.A.CBA.CBA8.C.AB14.CBA23.CBA15.BCB3.BCB2.CBA$6.A5.CBA7.BA.
CBA11.CBA26.CBA15.A5.A3.CBA$21.C.ABC.A10.CBA28.CBA23.CBA$27.CBA39.CBA
22.CBA$27.CBA35.C.AB$2.A5.CBA56.CBA$2.C.ABC.A.CBA37.CBA13.BA.A$4.CBA.
CBA.CBA34.BA.CBA12.CBA$12.CBA35.C.A.CBA8.C.AB$51.BC.A.CBA10.CBA$54.CB
A.CBA8.CBA$59.CBA6.CBA$59.CBA5.CBA!
Here's something between a puffer and a rake (probably known):

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x = 31, y = 17, rule = 345/2/4
10.BA$9.C.CBA7.2A$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$3.BA.CA3.C2B2A
B.CBC.A.A3.CBA$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$.B2.B2.A.A.BA2.B.A.A.A.A.A
.A.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$BA.C.B6.BAB11.C.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$.B2.B2.A.A.B
A2.B.A.A.A.A.A.A.A$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$3.BA.CA3.C2B2AB.CBC.A.
A3.CBA$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$9.C.CBA7.2A$10.BA!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by BlinkerSpawn » April 29th, 2017, 10:48 pm

Ethanagor wrote:Here's something between a puffer and a rake (probably known):

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x = 31, y = 17, rule = 345/2/4
10.BA$9.C.CBA7.2A$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$3.BA.CA3.C2B2A
B.CBC.A.A3.CBA$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$.B2.B2.A.A.BA2.B.A.A.A.A.A
.A.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$BA.C.B6.BAB11.C.A$.CBAC.5AC.A.C14A$.B2.B2.A.A.B
A2.B.A.A.A.A.A.A.A$2.CACA2B3.B3.C.C4.2A2.A.CBA$3.BA.CA3.C2B2AB.CBC.A.
A3.CBA$4.AB5.A.CB3.AB2ACB$4.C5.BA.CBA3.A.3A$9.C.CBA7.2A$10.BA!
That would be a breeder.
While that one in particular may or may not be known quadratic-growth patterns based off of the same principle are very common "in the wild".
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by praoubl » May 1st, 2017, 4:28 pm

Interesting:

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x = 31, y = 17, rule = 345/2/4
A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A!

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x=15, y=14, rule=b3/s23
bo2bob2obo2bo2b$b4ob2ob4o2b$bo2bob2obo2bo2b$15b$15b$15b$15b$15b$2b2o7b2o2b$2bo9bo2b$3b9o3b$3o2b5o2b3o$o2bo2b3o2bo2bo$b2o9b2ob!

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x = 60, y = 60, rule = B1/S12345
o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo$4o2bo$o2bo2bo$o2bo2bo!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Ethanagor » May 5th, 2017, 9:26 pm

p170 oscillator:

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x = 0, y = 0, rule = 345/2/4
16.C$13.AB.A.BA$14.2A.2A$13.2A.A.2A$10.C.2A.3A.2A.C$9.B.2A.2A.2A.2A.B
$8.A.2A.2A.A.2A.2A.A$9.2A.2A5.2A.2A$6.A.2A.2A7.2A.2A.A$5.B.2A.2A9.2A.
2A.B$4.C.2A.2A11.2A.2A.C$5.2A.2A13.2A.2A$4.2A.2A15.2A.2A$.A.2A.2A17.
2A.2A.A$.B2A.2A19.2A.2AB$2.A.2A21.2A.A$CA.2A.A19.A.2A.AC$2.A.2A21.2A.
A$.B2A.2A19.2A.2AB$.A.2A.2A17.2A.2A.A$4.2A.2A15.2A.2A$5.2A.2A13.2A.2A
$4.C.2A.2A11.2A.2A.C$5.B.2A.2A9.2A.2A.B$6.A.2A.2A7.2A.2A.A$9.2A.2A5.
2A.2A$8.A.2A.2A.A.2A.2A.A$9.B.2A.2A.2A.2A.B$10.C.2A.3A.2A.C$13.2A.A.
2A$14.2A.2A$13.AB.A.BA$16.C!

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x = 225, y = 249, rule = 345/2/4
118.ABC$118.ABC.ABC$120.ABC2$185.CBA$123.A61.CBA$122.3AC58.CBA$123.3A
$122.AB$124.AC$122.C2.B$122.B2CA2.C$122.A2B3.BC$123.2A3.ABC$122.C2.C
3.ABC$122.B2CB4.ABC$122.A2BA5.ABC$123.2A7.ABC$107.2A13.C2.C7.ABC$107.
2A13.B2CB8.ABC$106.A2BA12.A2BA9.ABC$107.2A14.2A11.AB$106.C2.C12.C2.C
11.AC2.C$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$107.2A14.2A14.
2A$106.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB15.C$106.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA$107.2A14.2A14.2A$106.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$106.B2CB12.B2C
B12.B2CB13.CBC$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$107.2A14.2A14.2A14.B2A$91.
2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB$91.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.3A$90.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$90.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$90.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C$90.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$75.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C$75.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$74.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$74.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB13.BC$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$
75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.B$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CA2.
C$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2B3.BC$75.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A3.ABC$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C3.ABC$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB4.ABC$
74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA5.ABC$75.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A7.ABC$59.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C7.ABC$59.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB8.ABC$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
9.ABC$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A11.AB$58.C2.C12.C2.C12.
C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C11.AC2.C$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A$58.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB15.C$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$58.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$58.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.CBC$58.A2BA12.
A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$59.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.B2A$43.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB$43.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.3A$42.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$43.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$42.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C
B$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$
42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$27.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.
C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$27.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$26.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2B
A12.A2BA$27.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
$26.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.BC$26.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$27.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$26.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.B$26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C3.C$26.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA
13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.AB$29.C$26.C2.C$
26.B2CB$26.A2BA$27.2A$11.2A13.C$11.2A13.B2C$10.A2BA6.BC4.A2B$11.2B6.C
2.BC3.2A$11.2A2.CBA2.BA.AB$7.ABCA.AC2.BC3.C.C6.C$ABC4.BC2.A5.A3.AB6.C
$ABC2.AC.B.2A.C.C.CB2CB.2AB5.B$2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.B.A.B2.BCAC.C.2C$.15AC
.BC.BA.CBC.B$.A.B12.2ACA.AC.2A.B.C$.15AC.BC.BA.CBC.B$2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.
B.A.B2.BCAC.C.2C$ABC2.AC.B.2A.C.C.CB2CB.2AB5.B$ABC4.BC2.A5.A3.AB6.C$
7.ABCA.AC2.BC3.C.C6.C$11.2A2.CBA2.BA.AB$11.2B6.C2.BC3.2A$10.A2BA6.BC
4.A2B$11.2A13.B2C$11.2A13.C$27.2A$26.A2BA$26.B2CB$26.C2.C$29.C$26.ABA
13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.ABA13.
AB$26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C3.C$26.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.B$27.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$26.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$
26.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2C
B12.B2CB12.B2CB13.BC$26.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$27.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$26.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$27.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$27.2A
13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.
A2BA$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$43.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.
A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$42.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$42.C2.C12.C2.C12.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$43.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$42.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$43.2A13.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.3A$43.2A
13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB
$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.B2A$58.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$58.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.CBC$58.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$59.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB15.C$58.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$59.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA
$58.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$58.C
2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C11.AC2.C$59.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A11.AB$58.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.
A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA9.ABC$59.2A13.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB8.ABC$59.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.
C12.C2.C7.ABC$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A7.ABC$74.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA5.ABC$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB4.ABC$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.C3.ABC$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A3.ABC$74.A2BA12.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2B3.BC$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CA2.C$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C
12.C2.B$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A15.AC$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A
2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.AB$74.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.B
C$74.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.C$75.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A
14.2A14.2A$74.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$75.2A13.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$75.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$
91.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$90.B2CB
12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$91.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$90.B2CB12.
B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$91.2A
14.2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$90.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$90.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$91.2A14.
2A14.2A14.2A14.2A$90.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA13.3A$91.2A13.B2CB12.B
2CB12.B2CB12.3A$91.2A13.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C13.ACB$107.2A14.2A14.2A14.B
2A$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA11.C$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB13.CBC$106.C2.C
12.C2.C12.C2.C12.BCAB$107.2A14.2A14.2A$106.A2BA12.A2BA12.A2BA$106.B2C
B12.B2CB12.B2CB15.C$106.C2.C12.C2.C12.C2.C$107.2A14.2A14.2A$106.A2BA
12.A2BA12.A2BA$106.B2CB12.B2CB12.B2CB$106.C2.C12.C2.C11.AC2.C$107.2A
14.2A11.AB$106.A2BA12.A2BA9.ABC$107.2A13.B2CB8.ABC$107.2A13.C2.C7.ABC
$123.2A7.ABC$122.A2BA5.ABC$122.B2CB4.ABC$122.C2.C3.ABC$123.2A3.ABC$
122.A2B3.BC$122.B2CA2.C$122.C2.B$124.AC$122.AB$123.3A$122.3AC58.CBA$
123.A61.CBA$185.CBA2$120.ABC$118.ABC.ABC$118.ABC!
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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Seawolf » May 8th, 2017, 7:22 pm

Found this.

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x = 45, y = 30, rule = 345/2/4
7$23.ABC$21.ABC3.C7.A.C$9.ABC7.ABC.A.C8.B.B.B$8.ABC8.A.2ACBA.C6.CABC$
7.ABC7.2ABA.BA.CB5.A2B.A$6.ABC4.ABC.2ABA.C7.ABC.A.C$5.ABC3.ABC4.A.A.C
5.ABC$5.ABC3.ABC4.A.A.C5.ABC$6.ABC4.ABC.2ABA.C7.ABC.A.C$7.ABC7.2ABA.B
A.CB5.A2B.A$8.ABC8.A.2ACBA.C6.CABC$9.ABC7.ABC.A.C8.B.B.B$21.ABC3.C7.A
.C$23.ABC!

Discovered 7:20, Monday, May 8, 2017. I'll call this guy the minnow rake. (The projectiles are called bullets, the rake himself is named minnow.)

Anyway, I'll give you a brief code. He's 154 cells, period 8, and c-speed, with name minnow. So C(154)P8 Minnow, or 43283135342950384d696e6e6f77 in hexadecimal.

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Seawolf » May 8th, 2017, 7:50 pm

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x = 20, y = 36, rule = 345/2/4
7.ABC$5.ABC3.C$3.ABC.A.C$3.A.2ACBA.C$.2ABA.BA.CB$.2ABA.C$2.A.A.C5$6.A
BC$4.ABC3.C$2.ABC.A.C$2.A.2ACBA.C$2ABA.BA.CB7.ABC$2ABA.C10.ABC$.A.A.C
9.ABC$.A.A.C9.ABC$2ABA.C10.ABC$2ABA.BA.CB7.ABC$2.A.2ACBA.C$2.ABC.A.C$
4.ABC3.C$6.ABC5$2.A.A.C$.2ABA.C$.2ABA.BA.CB$3.A.2ACBA.C$3.ABC.A.C$5.A
BC3.C$7.ABC!
Mullet Rake.

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Seawolf » May 8th, 2017, 7:56 pm

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x = 7, y = 16, rule = 345/2/4
5$3.A$2.3A$.BA.2A$.A.2A$3.A.A$2.2CB$2.2BA$2.2A!
Wavegun.

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Saka » May 9th, 2017, 2:50 am

I have an entire collection of Star Wars objects. Want me to post it here?

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x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
b2ob2obo5b2o$11b4obo$2bob3o2bo2b3o$bo3b2o4b2o$o2bo2bob2o3b4o$bob2obo5b
o2b2o$2b2o4bobo2b3o$bo3b5ob2obobo$2bo5bob2o$4bob2o2bobobo!
(Check gen 2)

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by ACL_Gunner » May 10th, 2017, 4:24 pm

a wavegun:

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#CXRLE Pos=-6,-13
x = 13, y = 19, rule = 345/2/4
.A4.A$8A$.A.2A.A$.2A2.2A$.A.2A.A3.CBA$.2A2.2A.A2.A$.A.2A.2A.B.2A$.2A
2.2A.2A.A$.A.2A.A2.3A$.2A2.2A.B.A.C$.A.2A.A.BCAB$.2A2.2A.CA$.A.2A.2A.
B$.2A2.2A.C$.A.2A.A$.2A2.2A$.A.2A.A$8A$.A4.A!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by Saka » May 11th, 2017, 1:48 am

Saka wrote:I have an entire collection of Star Wars objects. Want me to post it here?
I'll just do it.
Attachments
STAR WARS.zip
(17.75 KiB) Downloaded 191 times

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x = 17, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
b2ob2obo5b2o$11b4obo$2bob3o2bo2b3o$bo3b2o4b2o$o2bo2bob2o3b4o$bob2obo5b
o2b2o$2b2o4bobo2b3o$bo3b5ob2obobo$2bo5bob2o$4bob2o2bobobo!
(Check gen 2)

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by 83bismuth38 » May 12th, 2017, 3:28 pm

wall stretcher:

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x = 30, y = 16, rule = 345/2/4
5.C.A.CBA$7.2B2.CBA$5.BC.A.A.A.A$6.CB8A$.A11.B.A7.CBA$18A2.CBA.CBA$.A
2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A3.CBA.CBA$5.A.A.A.A.A2.BC4A5.CBA$5.A.A.A.A.A2.BC4A5.
CBA$.A2.A.A.A.A.A.A.A.A3.CBA.CBA$18A2.CBA.CBA$.A11.B.A7.CBA$6.CB8A$5.
BC.A.A.A.A$7.2B2.CBA$5.C.A.CBA!

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x = 8, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$3b2o$2b3o$4bobo$2obobobo$3bo2bo$2bobo2bo$2bo4bo$2bo4bo$2bo!
No football of any dui mauris said that.

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by 83bismuth38 » May 12th, 2017, 4:06 pm

thing:

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x = 0, y = 0, rule = 345/2/4:T1000,1000
.A2.A$6A$.A2.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$
.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.
2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$
.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.
2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$
3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.
2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A$2A.3A$.2A.A$.A.2A$3A.2A$.A.2A$.2A.A6.ABA$2A.3A4.
BC.CB$.2A.A4.A.A.A.A.A.A5.A2.BA17.CBA7.A$.A.2A5.5A2.B3A3.3A2CBA17.CBA
5.3A$3A.2A4.A2.A2.CA.A5.A4.CBA17.CBA4.A$.A.2A5.A2.A2.CA.A5.A4.CBA17.C
BA$.2A.A5.5A2.B3A3.3A2CBA17.CBA$2A.3A3.A.A.A.A.A.A5.A2.BA17.CBA$.2A.A
5.BC.CB$.A.2A6.ABA$3A.2A$.A.2A$.A2.A$6A$.A2.A!
found this from experimenting with that ^:

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x = 10, y = 16, rule = 345/2/4
8.2A$7.AB$7.BC$6.AC$5.AB$4.ABC$.A.B2.C$3ACBA.CBA$3ACBA.CBA$.A.B2.C$4.
ABC$5.AB$6.AC$7.BC$7.AB$8.2A!

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x = 8, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
3b2o$3b2o$2b3o$4bobo$2obobobo$3bo2bo$2bobo2bo$2bo4bo$2bo4bo$2bo!
No football of any dui mauris said that.

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by onw » June 24th, 2017, 2:18 am

Is this p4 oscillator known?

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x = 26, y = 11, rule = 345/2/4
22.ABC$2.CA18.ABC$2.B.B18.ABC$C2A2CA$2.B.B16.2A$2.CA17.2B$21.2CA$23.B
$22.AC$22.B$22.C!

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Re: Star Wars Rule

Post by blah » June 24th, 2017, 10:14 am

onw wrote:Is this p4 oscillator known?
Yes.

I have a folder called "stephen_s" which contains patterns in this rule. I don't remember where I got it from, but it contains that oscillator (though not the synthesis you gave) in Oscs.mcl, upper left:

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#MCell 2.0
#GAME Generations
#RULE 345/2/4
#BOARD 400x400
#SPEED 0
#WRAP 0
#D This is a collection of the smallest oscillators that I know of for all periods < 19.
#D Note that periods 2 and 3 are impossible.
#D Three examples are shown for period 10 because they are all the same size
#D (measuring size as minimum population).  Similarly, two p4 oscillators are shown.
#D 
#D All higher periods are also possible, as examples can be constructed using the
#D method exemplified by the p7 specimen shown here.
#D 
#D Stephen Silver, May 1999
#L 13.B$11.ACAC55.AB$11.BB..B10.CB9.AB7.ABC4.ABC4.ABC7.A.C$11.ACAC9.BAA.A
#L 8.A.C6.A..A..A..A..A..A7.3A5.A.A..A.C$.A11.B11.3A8.3A6.18A5.AA.AA4.B6A
#L B$3A23.A8.C.A8.A..A..A..A..A..A7.3A5.C.A..A.A$.A23.CAC8.BA7.CBA4.CBA4.
#L CBA6.C.A$12.CB12.B42.BA$11.AA.A$12.AA$11.BA.C$11.A.CB4$28.ABC26.CBA$
#L 29.A28.A$28.3A26.3A$29.A14.ABC..A8.A$29.3A8.A3.ABC.3A7.3A$28.AA.AA6.3A
#L 7.A7.AA.AA$29.3A6.C.A7.CBA7.3A$30.A8.BA18.A$29.CBA26.ABC7$76.A$48.A26.
#L A.B$21.A..A.C8.AB10.3A..A13.ABC5.3ACA$20.6AB8.A.C7.3A.5AC11.ABC6.A..B$
#L 19.A.AA.A.A7.3A8.B.3A..A.B9.A.A10.C$19.B.A13.A9.C.A5.A9.3A$19.C3A23.3A
#L 15.A.A$21.A25.A16.CB7$51.BC$12.BC36.C.A$11.A.A.C33.B.A.A$12.3AB20.AB
#L 11.4AB20.ABC$13.A.A4.ABC13.A.C12.A..C17.A..A$21.A13.3A13.3A17.6A$20.3A
#L 11.AA.AA12.A.AA.A4.C10.A..A$19.A.AAB11.3A12.AA..AA.A..A.B$20.BC14.A14.
#L A3.8A$51.A4.A3.A$50.3A6.C$51.A
Here's an RLE, if you're too lazy to load that into Golly:

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x = 85, y = 56, rule = 345/2/4
12.B$11.CACA$10.B2.2B11.CB8.BC10.ABC4.ABC4.A7.A.A5.BA$11.CACA9.B2A.A
6.A.A8.A2.A2.A2.A2.A2.A.B5.3A.B3.C.A2.A$.A10.B12.3A8.3A5.C18AC3.C2A.
2AC4.6A$3A23.A10.A.A4.B.A2.A2.A2.A2.A2.A5.B.3A7.A2.A.C$.A23.CAC9.CB6.
A4.CBA4.CBA8.A.A11.AB$11.BA13.B$11.CA.C$12.2AB$12.A.A$11.CBA4$28.ABC
26.CBA$29.A28.A$28.3A26.3A$29.A14.ABC2.A8.A$29.3A8.A3.ABC.3A7.3A$28.
2A.2A6.3A7.A7.2A.2A$29.3A6.C.A7.CBA7.3A$30.A8.BA18.A$29.CBA26.ABC7$
48.CB$48.A.A24.A$21.A2.A.C7.BC11.3A2.A15.ABC3.4A$20.6AB6.A.A10.2A.5A
10.CB2.ABC4.A.B$19.A.2A.A.A7.3A10.3A2.A11.A11.CA$19.B.A13.A11.A15.3AB
8.CB$19.C3A23.3AC12.C.A.C$21.A25.A.B13.BA$48.A6$51.BC$50.C.A2.BA$13.A
35.B.A.3CBA$12.3A34.4A3.CBA13.ABC$13.A.A4.ABC13.A.A12.A4.A.CB12.A2.A$
15.ABC3.A13.3A.B11.3A3.B2.C10.6A$15.ABC2.3A11.2A.2AC11.A.2A.C2.BA11.A
2.A$19.A.2AB11.3A12.2A2.2A.A2.A.C$20.BC14.A14.A3.7AB$51.A4.A3.A.A$50.
3A$51.A!
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