You could have at least posted that somewhere else other than my sensitive lonely freedomical room you know. I appreciate that though... (but ur acting too seiryus on me topic)(to make your (that) post less of a junk post, just remove your signature from that post)GUYTU6J wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 6:15 amNext time you add a custom rule to LifeWiki Rule namespace, please leave some notes. Leaving others trying to figuring out what do the states do and how they interact is pretty time-wasting.JP21 wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 3:02 amUpdated 4in1 collection:Code: Select all
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King James Peter XXI's crowdy censored roomJP21 wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 9:17 amYou could have at least posted that somewhere else other than my sensitive lonely freedomical room you know. I appreciate that though... (but ur acting too seiryus on me topic)(to make your (that) post less of a junk post, just remove your signature from that post)GUYTU6J wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 6:15 amNext time you add a custom rule to LifeWiki Rule namespace, please leave some notes. Leaving others trying to figuring out what do the states do and how they interact is pretty time-wasting.JP21 wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 3:02 amUpdated 4in1 collection:Code: Select all
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Re: Random not freedomical posts
If you want it to be freedomical, post it in your freedomical topic. This is not your freedomical topic. This is Random Posts.JP21 wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 9:17 amYou could have at least posted that somewhere else other than my sensitive lonely freedomical room you know. I appreciate that though... (but ur acting too seiryus on me topic)(to make your (that) post less of a junk post, just remove your signature from that post)GUYTU6J wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 6:15 amNext time you add a custom rule to LifeWiki Rule namespace, please leave some notes. Leaving others trying to figuring out what do the states do and how they interact is pretty time-wasting.JP21 wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 3:02 amUpdated 4in1 collection:Code: Select all
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I'm giving him a chance to delete that post so I have to post here.PkmnQ wrote: ↑June 26th, 2020, 12:28 amIf you want it to be freedomical, post it in your freedomical topic. This is not your freedomical topic. This is Random Posts.JP21 wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 9:17 amYou could have at least posted that somewhere else other than my sensitive lonely freedomical room you know. I appreciate that though... (but ur acting too seiryus on me topic)(to make your (that) post less of a junk post, just remove your signature from that post)GUYTU6J wrote: ↑June 25th, 2020, 6:15 am
Next time you add a custom rule to LifeWiki Rule namespace, please leave some notes. Leaving others trying to figuring out what do the states do and how they interact is pretty time-wasting.
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New sig lol
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sqrt(2) = 5,18 (mod 23)
sqrt(3) = 7,16 (mod 23)
sqrt(2)+sqrt(3) = 2,11,12,21 (mod 23)
sqrt(6) = 11,12 (mod 23)
2*sqrt(6) = 1,22 (mod 23)
5+2*sqrt(6) = 4,6 (mod 23)
sqrt(5+2*sqrt(6)) = 2,11,12,21 (mod 23)
2^(1/3) = 16 (mod 23)
2^(1/4) = 8,15 (mod 23)
2^(1/5) = 6 (mod 23)
2^(1/6) = 4,19 (mod 23)
2^(1/7) = 3 (mod 23)
2^(1/8) = 10,13 (mod 23)
2^(1/9) = 9 (mod 23)
2^(1/10) = 11,12 (mod 23)
sqrt(3) = 7,16 (mod 23)
sqrt(2)+sqrt(3) = 2,11,12,21 (mod 23)
sqrt(6) = 11,12 (mod 23)
2*sqrt(6) = 1,22 (mod 23)
5+2*sqrt(6) = 4,6 (mod 23)
sqrt(5+2*sqrt(6)) = 2,11,12,21 (mod 23)
2^(1/3) = 16 (mod 23)
2^(1/4) = 8,15 (mod 23)
2^(1/5) = 6 (mod 23)
2^(1/6) = 4,19 (mod 23)
2^(1/7) = 3 (mod 23)
2^(1/8) = 10,13 (mod 23)
2^(1/9) = 9 (mod 23)
2^(1/10) = 11,12 (mod 23)
"he" shares information and rarely talk about cgol or other related stuff but thats fine right?
some squares and square roots? how can that be helpful? oh yeah helpful in math.PHPBB12345 wrote: ↑June 26th, 2020, 9:55 pmsqrt(2) = 5,18 (mod 23)
sqrt(3) = 7,16 (mod 23)
sqrt(2)+sqrt(3) = 2,11,12,21 (mod 23)
sqrt(6) = 11,12 (mod 23)
2*sqrt(6) = 1,22 (mod 23)
5+2*sqrt(6) = 4,6 (mod 23)
sqrt(5+2*sqrt(6)) = 2,11,12,21 (mod 23)
2^(1/3) = 16 (mod 23)
2^(1/4) = 8,15 (mod 23)
2^(1/5) = 6 (mod 23)
2^(1/6) = 4,19 (mod 23)
2^(1/7) = 3 (mod 23)
2^(1/8) = 10,13 (mod 23)
2^(1/9) = 9 (mod 23)
2^(1/10) = 11,12 (mod 23)
Joking aside, I still don't get what is "his" nature in this particular forum...
Re: Random posts
Imagine being in 2015 and a new user from the future posted this:jk but there's obviously more cooler patterns in the future than those already discovered patterns.
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21b3o2$24b2ob2o$23bobob2o$22bo$22bo4bo$22bo4bo$22b2o2bo$22b2o5$3bob2o$
b3ob2o$o$b3ob2o$3b2o2bo$6b2o$14b2o$13bo2bo$13bo2bo$12bo4bo$12bo4bo$13b
4o$12b2o2b2o$12bo4bo$12bo4bo3$13b4o$14b2o!
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Gijswijt
1,1,2,1,1,2,2,2,3,1,1,2,1,1,2,2,2,3,2,
1,1,2,1,1,2,2,2,3,1,1,2,1,1,2,2,2,3,2,
I am a prolific creator of many rather pathetic googological functions
My CA rules can be found here
Also, the tree game
Bill Watterson once wrote: "How do soldiers killing each other solve the world's problems?"
My CA rules can be found here
Also, the tree game
Bill Watterson once wrote: "How do soldiers killing each other solve the world's problems?"
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Imagine a 2025 guy who came here and posted a p19 oscillator or an elementary replicatorJP21 wrote: ↑June 27th, 2020, 2:41 amImagine being in 2015 and a new user from the future posted this:jk but there's obviously more cooler patterns in the future than those already discovered patterns.Code: Select all
x = 29, y = 32, rule = B3/S23 21b3o2$24b2ob2o$23bobob2o$22bo$22bo4bo$22bo4bo$22b2o2bo$22b2o5$3bob2o$ b3ob2o$o$b3ob2o$3b2o2bo$6b2o$14b2o$13bo2bo$13bo2bo$12bo4bo$12bo4bo$13b 4o$12b2o2b2o$12bo4bo$12bo4bo3$13b4o$14b2o!
Also what music do you like guys? Just trying to be social
I was so socially awkward in the past and it will haunt me for my entire life.
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There may be bugs in WLSgameoflifemaniac wrote: ↑June 28th, 2020, 4:26 pmImagine a 2025 guy who came here and posted a p19 oscillator
I am a prolific creator of many rather pathetic googological functions
My CA rules can be found here
Also, the tree game
Bill Watterson once wrote: "How do soldiers killing each other solve the world's problems?"
My CA rules can be found here
Also, the tree game
Bill Watterson once wrote: "How do soldiers killing each other solve the world's problems?"
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Basically, CatForce accidentally made a stator variant of a periodic reaction from Baker's dozen just to complete the spider eater.
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6b2o$3b2o2bo$b3ob2o$o9b2o$b3ob2o3b2o$3bob2o$10bo$9bobo$9bo2bo$10b2o!
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6b2o$3b2o2bo$b3ob2o$o9b2o$b3ob2o3b2o$3bob2o2$9b3o$9bobo$10b2o2$15bobo$
9b2o2bobob3o$9b2o9bo$14b2ob3o$13bo2b2o$13b2o!
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http://oeis.org/A059923/b059923.txt
a(301)=221919095473636555373329715437350019059039490567200027801
a(302)=341500491935765796367892469244602929790811216765676371980
1.538851315191734898742089155195066817888240617677857278408^n
a(301)=221919095473636555373329715437350019059039490567200027801
a(302)=341500491935765796367892469244602929790811216765676371980
1.538851315191734898742089155195066817888240617677857278408^n
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Seriously, you are Tanner Jacobi! I kept Tanner Jacobi in my ignore list! REMOVING NOW FROM IGNORE LISTKazyan wrote: ↑ p46 shuttles have a new friend:
Oh wait, we are still rivals. I will also do a stable G-to-H, which will be fully spartan, but this time the credits will be mine. And moreover, if it is to be non-spartan, my converter will be smaller and have a lower repeat time! Unfortunately that means running lots of CatForce searches, but will hold a record!
When we get famous and scoreboards show 'Rehermann vs. Jacobi' I will never admit it, but ONLY now I used your converter to make a p371 gun:Code: Select all
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#N sIgnATurE
#C https://catagolue.appspot.com/object?apgcode=xp0_sIgnATurE&rule=b3s23
x = 9, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
bob3ob2o$bob6o$2ob4obo$2o2b5o$9o!
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x = 17, y = -54, z = sdsds, x="'\n ,.b3s, :?:dfsf, rule = B33-33-/s2cekain32-3-232cekain322-323-1-ce6-cekain
b2o$2o$bo999999b!
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Inverse(ProductLog(x)) = x*e^x
Inverse(ProductLog(e^x)) = x+ln(x)
Inverse(e^ProductLog(x)) = x*ln(x)
Inverse(e^ProductLog(ln(x))) = x^x
Inverse(x-ProductLog(e^x)) = x+e^x
Inverse(ProductLog(e^x)) = x+ln(x)
Inverse(e^ProductLog(x)) = x*ln(x)
Inverse(e^ProductLog(ln(x))) = x^x
Inverse(x-ProductLog(e^x)) = x+e^x
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No one cares about 1+ anymore. Please golf this
It's hard to golf 1+ directly anyway
Two only-appears-to-be-unusable minor 1+ derivatives:
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Two only-appears-to-be-unusable minor 1+ derivatives:
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Obsidian: You can only use 1, *, /, ^, :, ; and # when the stack top is even or the stack is empty, and the commands not in the list when the stack top is odd. Invalid instructions are treated as NOP. You also can only define a function when the stack top is odd and call an already-defined function when the stack top is even.
Bedrock: Adds a command, h, which halts the program. The program is in an implicit loop. You can only jump forward.
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So, I did find an article in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicorn
Hunting should probably see it.
Hunting should probably see it.
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cringeJP21 wrote: ↑July 6th, 2020, 3:38 amSo, I did find an article in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicorn
Hunting should probably see it.
I was so socially awkward in the past and it will haunt me for my entire life.
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lolJP21 wrote: ↑July 6th, 2020, 3:38 amSo, I did find an article in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicorn
Hunting should probably see it.
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Anyone here also on iNaturalist?
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4bo4bobo4bo$2o2b2o2b4obo2bo3bo$2ob4o3bo2bo2bo2bo$b2o3bobob2o$3bobobo5b
obobobo$3bobobob2o3bo2bobo!
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4bo4bobo4bo$2o2b2o2b4obo2bo3bo$2ob4o3bo2bo2bo2bo$b2o3bobob2o$3bobobo5b
obobobo$3bobobob2o3bo2bobo!
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