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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by velcrorex » April 3rd, 2013, 6:44 pm

When I searched at width 9, I previewed a few of the search results and nothing too exciting came up. Most were essentially narrower patterns, since there is a "long" partial at width 5 or 6. There was one that looked like the front 2/3rds of the loafer, but it didn't seem to be all that promising. I did not preform the search in such a way to easily pick out the longest partial.

I've looked for loafer tagalongs, with no success. It's entirely possible I've overlooked one; my search was not systematic.
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by HartmutHolzwart » April 5th, 2013, 9:50 am

I wonder whether this partial result can be completed:

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by dvgrn » September 14th, 2013, 12:09 pm

skomick wrote:Here's the 8-glider version [of the p210 loafer gun]...
Attached are two versions of a period-2^23 loafer gun. They both repeatedly build a Blockic loafer seed and detonate it. The spiral version is fun to watch, but the linear version is much quicker for Golly Hashlife to handle.

About the only redeeming feature I can think of for this ridiculous device is that it can be easily modified to make various new types of objects -- e.g., a tethered loafer rake. But really it's just a test pattern for single-arm 9hd Geminoid construction.
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by towerator » September 15th, 2013, 5:38 am

Wow, it's by far the slowest guns I've ever seen!
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by dvgrn » September 15th, 2013, 6:32 am

towerator wrote:Wow, it's by far the slowest guns I've ever seen!
Yes, if there was a prize for the least efficient loafer gun, I might actually win something... But for guns in general, this isn't even in the running as far as slowness goes. You can take an eater off of Golly's Patterns/Life/Oscillators/p103079214841.rle, for example, or turn Calcyman's 2^607-1 or 2^44497-1 Mersenne-prime oscillators into guns in the same way.

I seem to recall Calcyman was thinking about building a p2^43112609-1 oscillator/gun a few years back, but now to keep up with the times I suppose it would have to be p2^57885161 − 1... I'm afraid Golly would need a few tweaks to run either one of those through a full cycle.

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by towerator » September 15th, 2013, 6:44 am

The awesome fact in this pattern is that it shows that non-gemini replicators exist, and it is possible to know the coding salvos:
first, a salvo scouts the area, checking for an existant replicator, to prevent an huge chaos
second, a salvo builds the frame of the replica
third, a salvo processes the DNA replication sequence (making everything being replicated into the empty frame, and puts a delayer in the frame for safety)
fourth, a small salvo rotates the arm
fifth, once the program has run twice (except if step 1 detects something), the last salvo triggers the autodestruction sequence.
The result is two replicators ready to become 4.
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by dvgrn » April 15th, 2015, 7:05 pm

dvgrn wrote:
MikeP wrote:Stable loafer to B-heptomino converter, feeding into a standard conduit: ...
The repeat time for this converter is wonderfully short -- only 93 ticks. I don't think we even know how to construct loafers that close together; the current limit seems to be somewhere around 150 ticks.
137ben wrote:The minimum distance between loafers in a single lane is 73 ticks...
Just happened to look back at MikeP's loafer-to-H converter and saw these notes. It turns out that chris_c's slow-salvo-compatible loafer recipe can be adapted to build loafers following each other at the minimum distance:

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x = 75, y = 55, rule = B3/S23
64bo$62b2o$63b2o4$38b2o$39bo$39bobo$40b2o2$28bo$27bobo$26bobo$26b2o$
39b2o$38bobo$38b2o4$45b2o$44bobo$35bo9bo$34bobo4bo$35b2o3bobo$39bobo$
39b2o6$26bo47bo$25bobo26b2o16b3o$26b2o21b2o3b2o15bo$48bo2bo19b2o$48bo
2bo$49b2o3$7bo$4b5o$bobo5bo40b2o$2bob2o2bo41bobo4b2o$6b2o43bo5bobo$bo
56b2o$2obo58b2o$bo2bo57b2o$bo2bo$2b2o$51b2o$50bo2bo$50bo2bo$51b2o!
[[ AUTOSTART PAUSE 3 ZOOM 4 GRID LOOP 400 ]]
Each loafer has to be built in front of the previous one, though.

That means there's certainly a way to make some kind of strange growing spaceship/rake that builds loafer seeds, which are triggered at just the right moment by chained glider turners and splitters to produce a growing p73 loafer stream traveling in the same direction. But I think a p73 loafer gun will need some new construction technology -- unless loafers are slow enough that some kind of slide-gun mechanism could be set up...?

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by Kiran » May 15th, 2015, 11:50 am

About how big (and hard to find) would a stable G->L be?
If one is constructed it would make a stable loafer reflector.
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by dvgrn » May 15th, 2015, 12:16 pm

Kiran wrote:About how big (and hard to find) would a stable G->L be?
If one is constructed it would make a stable loafer reflector.
It might depend a little on what compression rate you want, because it costs more to route circuits to avoid all signal crossings. But in general a G-to-L is very easy to build, though a bit tedious. Based on a circuit that synchronized five gliders with very old technology -- see Golly's heisenburp.py -- I'd say that it's a pretty safe bet that a stable loafer reflector could fit inside 500x500 nowadays. Maybe that's an overestimate, but it's hard to tell without trying...!

Add enough conduits to a syringe G-to-H to get eight glider outputs, and bounce them around with Snarks and syringes and such until they're timed exactly right relative to each other. Send them through syringe G-to-G edge-shooting inserters as necessary to get the ones lined up right that are coming in from one direction, close to each other... and you're all done, as long as you don't fall into the usual trap of trying to minimize the bounding box.

This is almost certainly easier than using the above stable-seed trickery, which would probably need more like 12-15 gliders (build six seeds, then trigger with three synchronized gliders). In a stable converter context, the compression rate will get really bad if you have to build and then trigger a seed.

With any luck nobody will want a Spartan loafer reflector any time soon, but that would just make the diameter of the pattern bigger, by somewhere between a factor of two and an order of magnitude. It's still just about as simple to do.

EDIT: Vaguely related -- 2c/7 orthogonal, not c/7: the glider-to-weekender-to-glider converter could trivially be adapted to make a weekender reflector (but definitely not a Spartan one).

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by Scorbie » August 6th, 2015, 11:36 am

There's a small L-to-Pi but I'm not too sure if this is useful:

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x = 25, y = 18, rule = LifeHistory
9.3D$9.DBD$3.2B3.BDBD$.24B$.5B2C2BCB2C11B$2A3BC2BC2B2C12B$2AB.2BCBC
16B$.B2.3BC17B$5.8BC11B$5.4B.B3C11B$6.4BC14B$7.B2.BC13B$11.B2C11B$9.
5B$9.2A$10.A$7.3A$7.A!
Just showing that a near-spartan working conduit is possible: (L-to-R with repeat time 420...)

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x = 89, y = 30, rule = LifeHistory
21.2A13.4B$20.B2AB11.4B$20.3B11.4B$.2A17.2B11.4B$.A5.2A6.B3.70B$2.3A.
A.A5.2AB.B2C2BCB2C52B2A2BAB2A2B$4.A.A7.2A2BC2BC2B2C52BA2BA2B2A3B$4.B
2AB7.4BCBC57BABA7B$5.4B6.5BC59BA8B$6.5B3.12BC59BA2B$4.7B3.10B3C57B3A
2B$3.20BC59BA5B$3.21BC59BA4B$3.22B2C58B2A2B$4.31B$5.3BD26B4.B$7.2D28B
.B2A$7.B2D15B3D11B2A$8.3B2.12BD12B.B$2.2A9.12B3D9B$.A.A9.22B$.A11.20B
$2A12.17B$16.B3.10B$21.8B$22.7B$27.2A$27.A$28.3A$30.A!
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by muzik » March 28th, 2016, 5:25 am

much bump

With the recent discovery of the copperhead, we went from the initial hype to finding c/10 puffers, rakes, guns, and tagalongs as well, within a good few weeks. Meanwhile all we have here is a c/7 ship and some guns from 2013.

I really feel we need to look into loafer tagalongs and loafer-based puffers.
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by GUYTU6J » February 16th, 2017, 11:48 am

muzik wrote:much bump
I really feel we need to look into loafer tagalongs and loafer-based puffers.
The best tagalog partial for two reflected loafers that came up in my search is this one:

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x = 19, y = 97, rule = B3/S23
bo15bo$obo13bobo$o2bo11bo2bo$b2o13b2o2$o5bo5bo5bo$bo3bobo3bobo3bo$2o3b
o2bobo2bo3b2o$o3b2o2bobo2b2o3bo2$4b2o2bobo2b2o$5b4ob4o$5bo2bobo2bo$5b
3o3b3o$6b2o3b2o$5b3o3b3o$2b3o9b3o$bo2b2o7b2o2bo$4bo9bo$5bo7bo$2bobo9bo
bo$b2obo9bob2o$obo3b2o3b2o3bobo$b2o3b3ob3o3b2o$6b2o3b2o$6b2o3b2o$6b2o
3b2o$6b2o3b2o$4bobo5bobo$4bob2o3b2obo$3bo4bobo4bo$7b2ob2o$5bob2ob2obo$
4b3o5b3o$6b3ob3o3$5bo7bo$4bobo5bobo$4bobo5bobo$6bo5bo$4b2o7b2o$4b2o7b
2o$b4o9b4o$o2bo11bo2bo$o4b2o5b2o4bo$bobo11bobo$3bo11bo$3b2o2b2ob2o2b2o
$2bo5bobo5bo$6bo5bo$3b2ob2o3b2ob2o$5bo7bo$6b2o3b2o$7bo3bo$6bo5bo2$4b2o
2bobo2b2o$4bob3ob3obo$3bo2b2o3b2o2bo$2bo13bo$3b2o9b2o$4bo9bo$2o2b2ob2o
b2ob2o2b2o$obob3obobob3obobo$b2o5bobo5b2o$2bo5bobo5bo$8bobo$2b2o2bobob
obo2b2o$b3o11b3o$2b2o11b2o$2b4o7b4o$3b3obo3bob3o$7bo3bo$4b2obo3bob2o$
4b2obo3bob2o$8bobo$6b3ob3o$5bo2bobo2bo2$7b2ob2o$bo4b2o3b2o4bo$o4b3o3b
3o4bo$3bobo7bobo$2ob4o5b4ob2o$8bobo$3b3o2bobo2b3o$b3o4bobo4b3o$ob6o3b
6obo$7bo3bo$obob3o5b3obobo$b2o5bobo5b2o$b3o4bobo4b3o$3bo11bo$3b2obobob
obob2o$3bobob2ob2obobo$4bo9bo!
Its generation 5 looks funny.
Another asymmetric partial with only one loafer(the repeating part isn't found by me,I just found that it could be attached to a loafer):

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x = 14, y = 64, rule = B3/S23
11bo$10bobo$9bo2b2o$9bo2bo$10bobo$5b2o3bobo$4bo2bo3bo$4bo5bo$5b4o2bo$
7bo3$6b5o$5bo5b2o$4bo$4bo7bo$10bo$7b2o$5bo2bo3bo$5b2o2bo3bo$4bo2bo2bo$
6b5ob2o$7bobo$7b3o$7b2o$4b3ob2o$4b2o$5bo3$3bo$2bobobob3o$2b2o2bo$5bobo
$6bo$6b2o$2bo2b2ob2o$2bob2o3b2o$3b3o4bo$7bobo2$4b4o$3b4o$2b2ob2o5$b7o$
ob4ob2o$4o3b2o$4b3o$2b3obo$6b2o$b2o2b2ob2o$o2bo2bob2o$bob3o2bo$7bo$4bo
$3b2obo$2o3bo$2o2$2bo!
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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by otismo » March 31st, 2020, 7:48 pm

dvgrn wrote:
April 15th, 2015, 7:05 pm
dvgrn wrote:
MikeP wrote:Stable loafer to B-heptomino converter, feeding into a standard conduit: ...
The repeat time for this converter is wonderfully short -- only 93 ticks. I don't think we even know how to construct loafers that close together; the current limit seems to be somewhere around 150 ticks.
137ben wrote:The minimum distance between loafers in a single lane is 73 ticks...
Just happened to look back at MikeP's loafer-to-H converter and saw these notes. It turns out that chris_c's slow-salvo-compatible loafer recipe can be adapted to build loafers following each other at the minimum distance:

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x = 75, y = 55, rule = B3/S23
64bo$62b2o$63b2o4$38b2o$39bo$39bobo$40b2o2$28bo$27bobo$26bobo$26b2o$
39b2o$38bobo$38b2o4$45b2o$44bobo$35bo9bo$34bobo4bo$35b2o3bobo$39bobo$
39b2o6$26bo47bo$25bobo26b2o16b3o$26b2o21b2o3b2o15bo$48bo2bo19b2o$48bo
2bo$49b2o3$7bo$4b5o$bobo5bo40b2o$2bob2o2bo41bobo4b2o$6b2o43bo5bobo$bo
56b2o$2obo58b2o$bo2bo57b2o$bo2bo$2b2o$51b2o$50bo2bo$50bo2bo$51b2o!
[[ AUTOSTART PAUSE 3 ZOOM 4 GRID LOOP 400 ]]
Each loafer has to be built in front of the previous one, though.

That means there's certainly a way to make some kind of strange growing spaceship/rake that builds loafer seeds, which are triggered at just the right moment by chained glider turners and splitters to produce a growing p73 loafer stream traveling in the same direction. But I think a p73 loafer gun will need some new construction technology -- unless loafers are slow enough that some kind of slide-gun mechanism could be set up...?

Somehow it strikes me that this entire seed, including the glider, could be the debris field of an orthogonal puffer, and on time too...
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#CXRLE Pos=0,0
x = 26, y = 34, rule = B3/S23
23bo$23bobo$23b2o9$2b3o2$o5bo$o5bo$o5bo2$2b3o5b2o$10b2o3$2b2o$2b2o10$
15b2o$15b2o!

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by dvgrn » April 1st, 2020, 12:49 pm

otismo wrote:
March 31st, 2020, 7:48 pm
Somehow it strikes me that this entire seed, including the glider, could be the debris field of an orthogonal puffer, and on time too...
Sure, some variant of that is doable. I think it would need period-106 (or higher) rakes. Here's the chain of constellations at a horizontal separation of 60, so that would mean p120 c/2 rakes:

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x = 506, y = 315, rule = B3/S23
503bo$503bobo$503b2o85$356bobo$356b2o$357bo84$210bo$209bo$209b3o85$64b
o$62b2o$63b2o4$38b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$39bo59bo59bo59bo$39bobo57bobo57bob
o57bobo$40b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o2$28bo59bo59bo59bo$27bobo57bobo57bobo57bob
o$26bobo57bobo57bobo57bobo$26b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$39b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$
38bobo57bobo57bobo57bobo$38b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o4$45b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$
44bobo57bobo57bobo57bobo$35bo9bo49bo9bo49bo9bo49bo9bo$34bobo4bo52bobo
4bo52bobo4bo52bobo4bo$35b2o3bobo52b2o3bobo52b2o3bobo52b2o3bobo$39bobo
57bobo57bobo57bobo$39b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o6$26bo47bo11bo47bo11bo47bo11bo
47bo$25bobo26b2o16b3o10bobo26b2o16b3o10bobo26b2o16b3o10bobo26b2o16b3o$
26b2o21b2o3b2o15bo14b2o21b2o3b2o15bo14b2o21b2o3b2o15bo14b2o21b2o3b2o
15bo$48bo2bo19b2o35bo2bo19b2o35bo2bo19b2o35bo2bo19b2o$48bo2bo56bo2bo
56bo2bo56bo2bo$49b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o3$7bo$4b5o$bobo5bo40b2o58b2o58b2o
58b2o$2bob2o2bo41bobo4b2o51bobo4b2o51bobo4b2o51bobo4b2o$6b2o43bo5bobo
51bo5bobo51bo5bobo51bo5bobo$bo56b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$2obo58b2o58b2o58b2o
58b2o$bo2bo57b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$bo2bo$2b2o$51b2o58b2o58b2o58b2o$50bo2b
o56bo2bo56bo2bo56bo2bo$50bo2bo56bo2bo56bo2bo56bo2bo$51b2o58b2o58b2o58b
2o!
The minimum spacing between loafers is shown, but unfortunately I think it would take some extra-painful trickery to get the trigger gliders to show up at those times. p120 c/2 rakes would trigger the seed constellations way too quickly, so you'd have much more space between loafers than you really want.

p120 c/2 rakes:

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x = 191, y = 155, rule = B3/S23
154b5o$153bo4bo18bo2bo$158bo22bo6b2o$153bo3bo19bo3bo4b2ob2o$155bo22b4o
4b4o$187b2o2$130b2o49bo$126b4ob2o39b2o6bo3b3o$126b6o40bob2o3bo3bob3o$
127b4o43b2o4bo6b2o$174bo6b5obo$150bo32b4o$150bobo31bo$123b3o24b2o$121b
2obo$121bo2b2o34b4o12b5o7b2o$122b3o24bo9bo3bo11bo4bo5b2ob2o$131bo18b2o
11bo16bo5b4o$128bobo16b3o5b2o2bo2bo12bo3bo7b2o$128bobo15b3o6b3o19bo$
128b3o16b3o5b2o2bo2bo$150b2o11bo$149bo9bo3bo$160b4o8$90bo$90bobo$90b2o
13$170b4o$169b6o$169b4ob2o$173b2o2$184b2o$183b4o$183b2ob2o$176bo2bo5b
2o$129bo46bo3bo$127bo3bo32bo10bo4b2o$132bo31bobo9bo3bo$127bo4bo31b2o
10bo2bo5b2o$128b5o50b2ob2o$183b4o$o183b2o$obo143bo22b6o$2o144bobo19bo
5bo$146b2o26bo$136bo31bo4bo$135b2o33b2o$135bobo$128bo$128bobo31b4o$
128b2o21bo9bo3bo$150b2o13bo14b4o$150bobo8bo2bo14bo3bo$183bo$110bo68bo
2bo$110bobo$110b2o51bo4b2o$162bobo3b2o9b2o$161bo3bo12bo2bo$110b3o48bo
3bo12bo2bo$109b5o47bo3bo11b2ob2o$109b3ob2o46bo2bo13b2o$112b2o49bo3$
173b2o5b4o$171b2ob2o3bo3bo$171b4o8bo$172b2o5bo2bo3$109bobo$110b2o$110b
o28$79bobo$80b2o$80bo28$49bobo$50b2o$50bo!
So what you'd do would be to bolt on a few more one-time turners onto that constellation, so that there's only one trigger glider, and the first thing it does is create the second trigger glider... with a chain of OTTs to delay it just right.

This looks like it would be fairly straightforward, but when we were done we'd have, well, Yet Another Growing Spaceship. Growing spaceships started to be very easy to make, quite a few years ago now, so recently it's been kind of hard to find buyers for them, and production has dropped off pretty steeply. See, e.g., Cordership-boat-burner.rle in Golly's Patterns/Life/Spaceships.

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by otismo » April 1st, 2020, 6:55 pm

dvgrn wrote:
April 1st, 2020, 12:49 pm
otismo wrote:
March 31st, 2020, 7:48 pm
Somehow it strikes me that this entire seed, including the glider, could be the debris field of an orthogonal puffer, and on time too...
Sure, some variant of that is doable. I think it would need period-106 (or higher) rakes. Here's the chain of constellations at a horizontal separation of 60, so that would mean p120 c/2 rakes:

(code)

This looks like it would be fairly straightforward, but when we were done we'd have, well, Yet Another Growing Spaceship. Growing spaceships started to be very easy to make, quite a few years ago now, so recently it's been kind of hard to find buyers for them, and production has dropped off pretty steeply. See, e.g., Cordership-boat-burner.rle in Golly's Patterns/Life/Spaceships.
True, but you miss the point. You are referring to factory rakes, and glider construction. I would like to see minimized firecloud engineering.

Same with the GTeaterStringRAKE. This would be breaking new ground in CGoL, but there may be precedents, masquerading as something else...

meanwhile, I am having renewed enjoyment watching Barbershop. The string is contained within the pattern, so we are growing a new

Universe - with no way to get your UC Equipment inside...

here is another extendable candidate :

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x = 96, y = 96, rule = B3/S23
14b2o$14b2o2b2o$12b2obo2b2o$12b3o3$13b2o$10bo2b2o$9bo$8bo$9b2o$9b3o$3b
4o4b2o$2bo4bo4b2o$bobo3bo4b3o$obo3bo7b2o$o14b2o$o14b3o$o2bo13b2o$b2o
15b2o$18b3o$20b2o$21b2o$21b3o$23b2o$24b2o$24b3o$26b2o$27b2o$27b3o$29b
2o$30b2o$30b3o$32b2o$33b2o$33b3o$35b2o$36b2o$36b3o$38b2o$39b2o$39b3o$
41b2o$42b2o$42b3o$44b2o$45b2o$45b3o$47b2o$48b2o$48b3o$50b2o$51b2o$51b
3o$53b2o$54b2o$54b3o$56b2o$57b2o$57b3o$59b2o$60b2o$60b3o$62b2o$63b2o$
63b3o$65b2o$66b2o$66b3o$68b2o$69b2o$69b3o$71b2o$72b2o$72b3o$74b2o$75b
2o16b2o$75b3o15b2o$77b2o$78b2o$78b3o12b3o$80b2o6b2o2bob2o$81b2o5b2o2b
2o$81b3o8b2o$83b2o$84b2o2bo$84b2obo$86bo$81b2o$80bo2bo$83bo$83bo$77bo
3bobo$76bo3bobo$76bo4bo$77b4o!
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turn the wifi off, and make sense of it all in the by and bye !
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#CXRLE Pos=0,0
x = 26, y = 34, rule = B3/S23
23bo$23bobo$23b2o9$2b3o2$o5bo$o5bo$o5bo2$2b3o5b2o$10b2o3$2b2o$2b2o10$
15b2o$15b2o!

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by Hdjensofjfnen » April 2nd, 2020, 6:10 pm

otismo wrote:
April 1st, 2020, 6:55 pm
here is another extendable candidate :

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x = 96, y = 96, rule = B3/S23
14b2o$14b2o2b2o$12b2obo2b2o$12b3o3$13b2o$10bo2b2o$9bo$8bo$9b2o$9b3o$3b
4o4b2o$2bo4bo4b2o$bobo3bo4b3o$obo3bo7b2o$o14b2o$o14b3o$o2bo13b2o$b2o
15b2o$18b3o$20b2o$21b2o$21b3o$23b2o$24b2o$24b3o$26b2o$27b2o$27b3o$29b
2o$30b2o$30b3o$32b2o$33b2o$33b3o$35b2o$36b2o$36b3o$38b2o$39b2o$39b3o$
41b2o$42b2o$42b3o$44b2o$45b2o$45b3o$47b2o$48b2o$48b3o$50b2o$51b2o$51b
3o$53b2o$54b2o$54b3o$56b2o$57b2o$57b3o$59b2o$60b2o$60b3o$62b2o$63b2o$
63b3o$65b2o$66b2o$66b3o$68b2o$69b2o$69b3o$71b2o$72b2o$72b3o$74b2o$75b
2o16b2o$75b3o15b2o$77b2o$78b2o$78b3o12b3o$80b2o6b2o2bob2o$81b2o5b2o2b
2o$81b3o8b2o$83b2o$84b2o2bo$84b2obo$86bo$81b2o$80bo2bo$83bo$83bo$77bo
3bobo$76bo3bobo$76bo4bo$77b4o!
For some reason I've never seen that before, although it's completely off-topic in this thread.

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x = 5, y = 9, rule = B3-jqr/S01c2-in3
3bo$4bo$o2bo$2o2$2o$o2bo$4bo$3bo!

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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o$6bo$o3b3o$2o$bo!

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by otismo » April 2nd, 2020, 8:51 pm

@ Hdjensofjfnen

trying to build a Loafer Rake

but also any kind of string-making rake,

for which a dedicated thread has been created -

( my bad - should probably move to the gt avatar thread...)
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#CXRLE Pos=0,0
x = 26, y = 34, rule = B3/S23
23bo$23bobo$23b2o9$2b3o2$o5bo$o5bo$o5bo2$2b3o5b2o$10b2o3$2b2o$2b2o10$
15b2o$15b2o!

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by dvgrn » April 2nd, 2020, 9:03 pm

otismo wrote:
April 2nd, 2020, 8:51 pm
trying to build a Loafer Rake...
Speaking of loafer rakes, were you aware that loafer rakes were how GilGil got his start with c/10 technology? Just checking --

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Re: c/7 orthogonal spaceships

Post by otismo » April 3rd, 2020, 9:34 am

dvgrn wrote:
April 2nd, 2020, 9:03 pm
otismo wrote:
April 2nd, 2020, 8:51 pm
trying to build a Loafer Rake...
Speaking of loafer rakes, were you aware that loafer rakes were how GilGil got his start with c/10 technology? Just checking --

Yes, our GilGil is quite a fellow; as are you...
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Code: Select all

#CXRLE Pos=0,0
x = 26, y = 34, rule = B3/S23
23bo$23bobo$23b2o9$2b3o2$o5bo$o5bo$o5bo2$2b3o5b2o$10b2o3$2b2o$2b2o10$
15b2o$15b2o!

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