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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by gmc_nxtman » November 22nd, 2015, 5:00 pm

If one adds two blocks to a known method of constructing a unix, it forms a large 26-bit still life:

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x = 14, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
5b2o$5b2o2b2o$9b2o2$5b2o$2o2bo2bo$2o2bo2bo$5b2o2b3o$8bo3bo$b2o4bo5bo$b
2o4bo5bo$7bo5bo$8bo3bo$9b3o!
However, there is another natural reaction that produces this object:

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x = 17, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
15bo$14bo$14b3o3$b2o$o2bo$bobo$2bo4$b2o$bo7b2o$bo2bo3bo2bo$2b3o4bobo$
10bo!

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by mniemiec » November 22nd, 2015, 10:39 pm

gmc_nxtman wrote:If one adds two blocks to a known method of constructing a unix, it forms a large 26-bit still life:

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x = 14, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
5b2o$5b2o2b2o$9b2o2$5b2o$2o2bo2bo$2o2bo2bo$5b2o2b3o$8bo3bo$b2o4bo5bo$b
2o4bo5bo$7bo5bo$8bo3bo$9b3o!
However, there is another natural reaction that produces this object:

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x = 17, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
15bo$14bo$14b3o3$b2o$o2bo$bobo$2bo4$b2o$bo7b2o$bo2bo3bo2bo$2b3o4bobo$
10bo!
It seems obvious in retrospect, but I don't anyone ever actually having done it. It takes 8 gliders, which is better than 12 from the natural method. It can also be done with many other inducting still-lifes (e.g. pond, but nothing that protrudes farther than that).

By building the unix starting with the long barge, rather than the blocks, this takes 11 gliders, but adds the flexibility that the inducting still-lifes can be added in cis- and/or trans- positions. This is, in fact, the traditional way to make something like this; unix is just what happens when you make two siamese dock-with-tubs but don't induct them.

On the other hand, adding inducting still-lifes to an existing unix would be very difficult, since they would have to advance at c to avoid the receding spark.

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x = 190, y = 87, rule = B3/S23
87bo$85bobo$86boo$$165bo$165bobo$165boo$72boo28boo28boo19bo8boo$54bo
16bobbo26bobbo27boo17bobo8boo$52boo17bobo27bobo48boo$53boo17bo29bo5bo
16boo28boo$57bo48boo17boo5boo21boo5boo18boo$57bobo47boo23boboboo24bobo
boo14boboboo$53boobboo75boboo26boboo16boboo$4bo48bobo78bo29bo19bo$4bob
o17boo18boo7bo10boo28boo9bo26bobo27bobo17bobo$3oboo17bobbo16bobbo16bo
bbo26bobbo7bo18boobboobbobo19boobboobbobo13boobbobo$bbo20bobo17bobo17b
obo27bobo8b3o16boobbo4bo20boobbo4bo14bo4bo$bo22bo19bo19bo29bo33b4o26b
4o16b4o$105bo44b3o$104boo22boo22bo5boo18boo$104bobo21boo21bo6boo18boo
19$123bo$123bobo16boo18boo18boo$123boo17boobboo14boobboo14boboboo$126b
3o17boo18boo16boboo$126bo57bo$102boo18boo3bo14boo18boo18bobo$81bobo17b
obbo16bobbo12boobbobbo12boobbobbo12boobbobo$82boo17bobbo11b3obbobbo12b
oobbobbo12boobbobbo12bo4bo$82bo19boo14bo3boo18boo18boo14b4o$117bo50bob
o$81boo36boo17boo18boo8boo8boo$80bobo36bobo16boo18boo9bo8boo$82bo36bo$
167boo$166boo$168bo10$167bo$166bo$85bo39bo40b3o$85bobo3bo33bobo33bo$
82bobboo3bo31bobboo4bo27bobo$41bo41bo6b3o30bo6bo29boo$42bo38b3o18boo
17b3o6b3o9boo3bo21bo12boo$40b3o59boboboo34bobobobo19bo13bobobo$87b3o
14boboo19b3o14bobobo6bo12b3o13bob3o$43bobo17bo19bo3bo16bo18bo3bo16bobb
o8bo6bo20bo4bo$43boo17bobo12bo4bobo3bo13bobo12bo4bobo3bo13bobo9b3o5bob
o17bobo3boo$44bo16bobo11bobo3bobo13boobbobo11bobo3bobo13boobbobo17bobo
7boo4boobbobo$60bobo13boobbobo14bo4bo13boobbobo14bo4bo17bobo7boo5bo4bo
$39b3o19bo19bo16b4o19bo16b4o19bo10bo5b4o$41bo31b3o37b3o$40bo34bo24boo
13bo24boo10boo26boo$74bo6boo17boo12bo6boo16bobbo8bobo26bo$81bobo37bobo
16boo11bo6boo16bobo$81bo39bo38bobo15boo$77boo39boo36bo3bo$76bobo38bobo
36boo$78bo40bo35bobo!

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » November 23rd, 2015, 7:41 pm

Interesting eater 2 reaction:

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x = 11, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
6bo$5bobo$o4bobo$2o2b2ob3o$2bo7bo$2o2b2ob3o$4b2obo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Scorbie » November 23rd, 2015, 10:13 pm

Extrementhusiast wrote:Interesting eater 2 reaction:

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x = 11, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
6bo$5bobo$o4bobo$2o2b2ob3o$2bo7bo$2o2b2ob3o$4b2obo!
Hehe, yep that's interesting to watch. That was pointed out some time before and is essentially equivalent with a block:

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x = 11, y = 25, rule = B3/S23
o$2o$2bob2o$2o2b2o5$4b2o$5bo$o4bob2obo$2o2b2obob2o$2bo$2o2b3o$4bo2bo$
6b2o3$6bo$5bobo$o4bobo$2o2b2ob3o$2bo7bo$2o2b2ob3o$4b2obo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » November 24th, 2015, 4:45 pm

Two extremely unusual components, one of which has two variants:

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x = 72, y = 82, rule = B3/S23
48bo$37bobo7bo$38b2o7b3o$38bo2$45bo6bo$43b2o7bobo$44b2o6b2o$26bo$27bo$
25b3o4$37b3o2$46bo$45b2o$41bo3bobo$40bobo$41bobo$22b3o17bo$24bo3b3o$
23bo6bo$29bo3$46bo$45b2o$45bobo24$12bobo42bobo$13b2o9bobo31b2o9bobo$
13bo10b2o32bo10b2o$25bo44bo$21bo44bo$19b2o43b2o$20b2o43b2o$4bo44bo$5b
2o43b2o$4b2o43b2o4$13b3o42b3o2$22bo44bo$21b2o43b2o$17bo3bobo38bo3bobo$
16bobo42bobo$3o14bobo42bobo$2bo15bo27b2o15bo$bo45b2o$46bo4$22bo44bo$
21b2o43b2o$21bobo42bobo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by BlinkerSpawn » November 25th, 2015, 6:43 pm

The hat-with-eater-head inserter from the previous works well with snakes and eaters:

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x = 66, y = 11, rule = Life
6b2o24bo31b2o$5bobo24b3o29bo$5bo29bo29bo$4b2o28b2o28b2o$3bo29bo29bo$b
3o27b3o27b3o$o29bo29bo$b3o27b3o27b3o$3bo29bo29bo$3bobo27bobo27bobo$4b
2o28b2o28b2o!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » November 29th, 2015, 8:38 pm

And here's another component:

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x = 30, y = 30, rule = B3/S23
25bo$23b3o$22bo$22b2o$28b2o$28bo$26bobo$26b2o2$16b3o$18bo2b2o$17bo2b2o
$22bo8$bo$b2o$obo5$7b2o$8b2o$7bo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Kazyan » January 4th, 2016, 9:19 pm

A junk CatForce result hinted at a nonspartan catalysis when I was looking for something else. I fed that accident into Bellman, and here it is:

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x = 12, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
7b2o$7b2o$4bo$4b7o$10bo$6b2o$6b2o3$9b2o$b2o5bo2bo$o2bo5b2o$3o!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » January 6th, 2016, 7:24 pm

Not sure if new p3 endpoint (on the right):

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x = 12, y = 12, rule = B3/S23
6b2o$6b2o$b3o$7bo$bobob2o2bo$o6b2obo$2o7bobo$6bo2bobo$6b3obo$9bo$8bo$
8b2o!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Kazyan » January 7th, 2016, 3:20 am

Component?

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x = 12, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
5bobo2$5b3o$3bo5bo$2bobo3bobo$2bobo3bo2bo$3bo5b2o$3o$o!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by drc » January 7th, 2016, 4:46 pm

Kazyan wrote:Component?

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x = 12, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
5bobo2$5b3o$3bo5bo$2bobo3bobo$2bobo3bo2bo$3bo5b2o$3o$o!
Double variant:

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x = 13, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
5bobo2$5b3o$3bo5bo$2bobo3bobo$2bobo3bobo$3bo5bo$3o7b3o$o11bo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » January 7th, 2016, 8:11 pm

A transparent block reaction:

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x = 14, y = 24, rule = LifeHistory
8.A$6.3A$5.A$5.2A9$2.3C$.C2.C$C2.C$.2C6$12.2C$8.2D2.2C$8.2D!
But if one puts another block at the indicated location, that block becomes transparent and makes the first one opaque.
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by drc » January 7th, 2016, 10:22 pm

Extrementhusiast wrote:A transparent block reaction:

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x = 14, y = 24, rule = LifeHistory
8.A$6.3A$5.A$5.2A9$2.3C$.C2.C$C2.C$.2C6$12.2C$8.2D2.2C$8.2D!
But if one puts another block at the indicated location, that block becomes transparent and makes the first one opaque.
I like how it becomes sooooo close to being transparent at the end.
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by A for awesome » January 18th, 2016, 10:20 am

A Spartan catalyst that can replace the eater on dock in some situations (first catalysis), the eater 2 in others (second catalysis), and also has some completely new ones (third catalysis):

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x = 43, y = 11, rule = B3/S23
12bo14bo14bo$2o8b3o2b2o8b3o2b2o8b3o$bo7bo6bo7bo6bo7bo$bobo5b2o5bobo5b
2o5bobo5b2o$2b2o13b2o13b2o$6b2o13b2o13b2o$5bobo12bobo12bobo$5b2o2bo10b
2o2bo10b2o2bo$9bo14b4o$9bo18bo9b2obo$9bo!
The main problem with it is the clearance past the rightmost eater.

EDIT: Unfortunately, it appears to reduce nothing in either the Elementary Conduits collection or the H-to-G collection. The dependent syringe comes closest, but that problematic eater blocks the output.

EDIT 2: Another unusual catalysis:

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x = 13, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
bo$b3o$4bo$3b2o2$6b2o$5bobo$5b2o2$2b2o3b4o$bobo3b2o2b2o$bo6bo$2o6bo!
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: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by simeks » January 27th, 2016, 4:01 pm

I don't know, it's not exactly a standard object...

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x = 72, y = 80, rule = LifeHistory
56.2C$56.C.C$57.C6$48.2C$48.C.C$49.C6$40.2C$40.C.C$41.C3$70.C$69.C.C$
70.2C$32.2C$32.C.C$33.C3$62.C$61.C.C$62.2C$24.2C$24.C.C$25.C3$54.C$
53.C.C$54.2C$16.2C$16.C.C$17.C3$46.C$45.C.C$46.2C$8.2C$8.C.C$9.C3$38.
C$37.C.C$38.2C$2C$C.C$.C3$30.C$29.C.C$30.2C6$10.3A9.C$7.3A11.C.C$7.3A
12.2C$8.A5$14.C$13.C.C$14.2C!

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by dvgrn » January 27th, 2016, 5:25 pm

simeks wrote:I don't know, it's not exactly a standard object...
Pretty standard, though. What were you doing to turn that up, if you weren't deliberately trying to channel a switch engine?

Here's some prior art -- you even got the same form of the catalyst, and there are a lot of choices for it.

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » February 5th, 2016, 2:13 pm

Three-glider collision produces, among other junk, a long integral:

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x = 10, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
bo$2bo$3o4b3o$7bo$8bo3$3o$o$bo!
EDIT: Move one of the gliders, and it produces a (temporary) snake siamese carrier:

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x = 12, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
bo$2bo$3o2$10bo$9b2o$9bobo$3o$o$bo!
EDIT 2: A two-object seed for gliders by the (baker's) dozen:

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x = 6, y = 10, rule = B3/S23
2o$b2ob2o$o3b2o4$2bo$bobo$bobo$2bo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Kazyan » February 15th, 2016, 5:09 pm

One of the most interesting features of CatForce is that it doesn't make any assumptions about what actually happens while catalysts do their thing, only that they do it. So, every once in a while, you'll see a catalyst or pair of catalysts do something weird, like this:

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x = 23, y = 24, rule = LifeHistory
15.2A$15.2A2$13.4A$13.A3.A$9.2B3.B.2A$8.7B$7.9B2A$3.12BA.AB$2.13B2A2B
$2.15B.B2A$2.13B3.BA.A$.12B8.A$2.12B7.2A$.5B3C5B$.7BC6B$.4BCB2C6B$5B
2C9B$.16B$.16B3D$.18BD$2.4B.2B4.4B3D$4.B8.5B$15.B!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by BlinkerSpawn » March 13th, 2016, 3:47 pm

Really close to a synthesis:

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x = 25, y = 29, rule = B3/S23
7b2o$6bo2bo$6bo2bo4b2o$6bo2bo3bo2bo$7b2o4bo2bo$14b2o4$17bo$16b2o$16bob
o2$23b2o$22b2o$24bo9$16b3o$16bo$bo15bo$b2o$obo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by mniemiec » March 14th, 2016, 10:19 am

BlinkerSpawn wrote:Really close to a synthesis:

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x = 25, y = 29, rule = B3/S23
7b2o$6bo2bo$6bo2bo4b2o$6bo2bo3bo2bo$7b2o4bo2bo$14b2o4$17bo$16b2o$16bob
o2$23b2o$22b2o$24bo9$16b3o$16bo$bo15bo$b2o$obo!
It might be possible to salvage this into a synthesis for 14.208, but it would be difficult to make it useful. A synthesis exists already from 11 gliders, and this method takes 9, so you would have to be able to save this by adding just one extra glider.

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Post by BlinkerSpawn » March 14th, 2016, 3:21 pm

Fixed it, got a 19-bit SL in 8G:

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x = 22, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
18bo$16b2o$17b2o$12bobo$12b2o$13bo4$7bo$8b2o$7b2o6bo$15bobo$15b2o9$11b
obo$11b2o$12bo2$bo9b2o$b2o7b2o$obo9bo7bo$19b2o$19bobo!
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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Hdjensofjfnen » March 15th, 2016, 7:18 pm

Extrementhusiast wrote:Another natural integral:

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x = 25, y = 30, rule = B3/S23
11$11bo$10b3o$10bobo7$16b2o$16bobo$16bo!
So a pi heptomino and a glider? Nice!
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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o$6bo$o3b3o$2o$bo!

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by Hdjensofjfnen » March 15th, 2016, 7:21 pm

gmc_nxtman wrote:If one adds two blocks to a known method of constructing a unix, it forms a large 26-bit still life:

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x = 14, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
5b2o$5b2o2b2o$9b2o2$5b2o$2o2bo2bo$2o2bo2bo$5b2o2b3o$8bo3bo$b2o4bo5bo$b
2o4bo5bo$7bo5bo$8bo3bo$9b3o!
However, there is another natural reaction that produces this object:

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x = 17, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
15bo$14bo$14b3o3$b2o$o2bo$bobo$2bo4$b2o$bo7b2o$bo2bo3bo2bo$2b3o4bobo$
10bo!
The tub with arms can't stand alone -- it needs the surrounding blocks. This is a strict still life.
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x = 7, y = 5, rule = B3/S2-i3-y4i
4b3o$6bo$o3b3o$2o$bo!

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by NoLongerBreathedIn » March 15th, 2016, 7:36 pm

Yes, yes, we knew that.

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Re: Thread For Your Accidental Discoveries

Post by gmc_nxtman » March 24th, 2016, 10:09 pm

I hope this reaction is known:

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x = 22, y = 22, rule = LifeHistory
15.D$14.3D$13.2D2BD$13.5B$13.6B$12.8B$13.2B2A4B$14.B2A5B$15.7B$15.6B$
15.2A3B$14.B2A3B$14.6B$14.6B$11.9B$4.2B2.12B$3.C15B$.3BC13B$4B2C12B$
3B2C13B$.2BC13B$2.3B.B!
It seems like it could have some applications.

It can be used to do things like these (obsolete) p539 and p515 guns, where two mutually reset each other in tandem:

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x = 305, y = 127, rule = LifeHistory
190.2A$190.ABA$190.A3B$191.4B$192.4B$193.4B$194.4B$85.A11.2A96.4B$84.
A.A9.B2AB96.4B$76.A3.2A2.A.A9.3B98.4B$75.A.A2.A2.2A.2A9.B.B98.4B$75.A
.A3.A.A2.B8.5B99.4B$76.A.4A2.AB2A6.6B100.4B$78.A3.A.A.2A4.8B101.4B$
77.A2.BA.A2.13B103.4B$76.A.2BA.A5.13B102.4B$76.2A.2BA5.15B102.4B$51.
4B7.A17.6B.15B103.4B$52.4B6.3A16.4B.17B103.4B$53.4B8.A8.29B104.4B$54.
4B6.2A7.16B2A13B104.4B$55.4B5.5B.B2.16B2A14B104.4B$56.4B6.6B.27B3.B2A
104.4B$57.4B4.34B4.A2.A104.4B$58.25B2.2B2.B3.6B5.2A.A104.4B$59.21B14.
6B7.A3.2A4.B95.4B$59.19B14.9B6.2A2.A.A2.4B94.4B$57.20B15.2A4.4B10.A7B
15.2A78.4B6.3B$56.21B16.A5.4B11.6B8.BA5.A80.4B4.2A3B9.A$56.13B2.8B11.
3A7.4B10.7B3.4BABA.BA.A81.4B3.2A4B6.3A$53.AB.12B5.B3.2A11.A10.4B.B5.
17B2A.B2A83.4B2.7B4.A$52.A.A15B7.A24.31B86.4B2.6B4.2A$53.A2B.B.6B3.2A
8.3A21.31B87.4B.5B2.5B$54.B4.7B2.A11.A21.30B83.2A4.14B$58.7B4.3A30.
28B85.2A5.14B2.B$58.7B6.A31.26B94.14B3A$57.8B36.2AB2.22B87.4A5.17B$
55.2AB.7B34.A.AB3.21B.2B84.A2.A5.18B$54.A.AB.6B35.A5.24B2A80.BA.A2.A.
AB2.14B3A3B$54.A4.6B6.2A26.2A5.24B2A77.B.BA.A4.2AB.14BA2BA4B$53.2A4.
7B6.A32.23B.2B72.A4.2A3BA7.20BA5B$59.8B2.3A33.23B73.3A4.2AB.4B5.15BA
3B2A8B$57.12BA36.20B74.A8.B3.3B5.14B2A3BA10B$57.11B38.16B78.2A10.4B.
19BABA12B$57.5B2A4B38.4B3A8B76.A4B3.30BA8BA5B$57.5B2A3B39.5BA8B75.2BA
2B4.30BA3BA4BA8B$57.10B38.6B3A7B74.2BA4B2.29BA10BA4B.2A$57.9B38.18B
72.9B.29BA4B2A5B5.A$57.9B39.2A16B72.38BA2B2A6B7.3A$58.8B39.2A17B70.
20B2.2B4.11B3A8B9.A$57.8B41.14B.4B68.18B9.3B.21B$58.6B42.11B5.4B66.
17B11.2A3.20B$58.6B43.8B8.4B64.17B13.A3.7B.12B3.A11.2A$58.6B32.2A9.8B
9.4B62.18B10.3A6.4B.13B2.A.A9.B2AB$58.7B16.A15.A9.7B4.2A69.12B.8B8.A
9.2B2.12B3.A.A9.3B$59.6B14.3A15.A.AB5.8B4.A69.13B3.B3.2A17.B2AB.8B6.
2A.2A9.B.B$58.6B14.A19.2AB.8B2A2B.BA.A68.11BA2B7.A19.2A2.8B6.A2.B8.5B
$49.2A8.5B14.2A20.10B2A2B.B2A68.10B2AB2A8.3A21.6B8.AB2A6.6B$49.A9.6B
14.B20.16B69.10BA5B10.A20.7B6.A.A.2A4.8B$46.BA.A9.6B14.3B19.14B69.9B
2A6BAB28.8B6.2A2.13B$46.B2A10.6B13.6B16.16B67.4B.5B2ABA4BA3B19.2A4.8B
13.13B$19.2A23.3B12.7B11.10B11.18B57.B2.21BA2B2A2B2A18.A.A2.9B12.15B$
20.A22.4B12.7B8.B2.11B3.2B2.20B57.20B5A4BA.BA.A19.A2.3B.6B11.15B$20.A
.AB18.4B13.8B6.8B2A31B58.20BABA5BAB4.A19.3A10B8.B.17B$21.2AB.2A14.4B
4.B.7B.22B2A22B.7B57.24BABA3BA2B3.2A16.2A2.BA2.34B$23.2B2AB12.4B.13B.
46B2.6B57.23B2ABABA5B19.A2.4AB.20B2A13B$23.4B6.72B3.6B55.BA14B2.2B2.
2B2AB2A7B19.A.A.3B2.19B2A14B$23.6B3.31B2A2B2A35B6.4B55.ABA10B10.2BA2B
A2B2.4B17.2A.A.2A33B3.B2A$24.6B2.31B2A2B2A9B.13B.4B12.B2A2B55.ABA8B
12.2BA2BAB4.4B16.A2.ABA6B2A25B4.A2.A$24.7B.22B2A22B.7B.B4.4B14.2A.B2A
54.A8B14.2B3A6.4B16.2A4.AB2.B2A9B2.2B2.B3.6B5.2A.A$23.12B3A16B2A8B6.
8B13.4B18.BA.A53.10B14.6B5.4B17.5A3.9B14.6B7.A$22.15BA4B2.2B3.11B2.B
8.7B12.4B22.A54.9B18.2A6.4B10.A5.A7.7B14.9B6.2A25.2B$21.15BA2B11.10B
11.7B12.3B23.2A54.8B18.A8.4B7.3A7.A5.B2A3B15.2A4.4B7.A23.5B$21.16B16.
6B13.6B10.2AB81.7B20.3A6.4B5.A9.2A5.B2A3B5.2A9.A5.4B6.3A20.7B$22.14B
19.3B14.6B9.A.AB82.5B23.A7.4B4.2A15.6B5.A7.3A7.4B8.A18.8B$21.16B20.B
14.6B9.A87.2B25.2A6.9B14.7B7.A5.A10.4B6.2A18.9B$19.2AB.14B20.2A14.5B
8.2A115.A7.6B14.9B3.5A17.4B5.6B14.10B$18.A.AB.12B.B2A19.A14.6B124.A.
2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.12B2.BA4.2A16.4B6.5B14.8BA$18.A4.8B5.BA.A15.3A14.6B
126.A2.A4.33BABA2.A16.4B4.7B12.8BABA$17.2A4.7B9.A15.A16.7B126.2AB3.
33B2A.A.2A17.4B2.8B10.10BABA$9.4B9.8B9.2A32.6B127.14B2A19B2.3B.A.A19.
14B2.2B2.14BAB$10.4B8.8B43.6B128.13B2A20B.B4A2.A19.34B$11.4B5.11B42.
6B129.34B2.AB2.2A16.2A3.33B$12.4B.14B41.8B128.17B.B8.10B3A19.A4.30B$
13.17B2A39.8B130.15B11.6B.3B2.A19.A.AB.30B$14.16B2A39.9B129.15B12.9B
2.A.A18.2A28B2.B$15.18B38.9B130.13B13.8B4.2A19.17B.4B$16.16B38.10B
132.13B2.2A6.8B28.19B$17.14B39.3B2A5B131.8B4.2A.A.A6.7B20.A10.16B$16.
15B38.4B2A5B131.6B6.2ABA8.6B21.3A8.15B$15.16B38.11B131.5B8.B2.A6.2B3A
3B2.2A19.A7.14B$11.20B36.A12B131.B.B9.2A.2A6.4BA3B.B2AB17.2A3.B3.13B$
9.23B33.3A2.8B134.3B9.A.A3.7B3A2B2.2B9.A8.8B.12B$6.2B.23B32.A6.7B4.2A
127.B2AB9.A.A2.13B.4B6.3A10.18B$5.2A24B5.2A26.2A6.6B4.A129.2A11.A3.
12B.7B3.A13.17B$5.2A24B5.A35.6B.BA.A146.20B3.2A11.17B$6.2B.21B3.BA.A
34.7B.B2A147.21B.3B9.18B$9.22B2.B2A36.8B140.A9.22B4.2B2.20B$8.26B31.A
6.7B141.3A7.49B$7.28B30.3A4.7B144.A5.41B.9B$5.30B21.A11.A2.7B4.B139.
2A.45B2.7B$4.31B21.3A8.2A3.6B.B.2BA138.48B4.5B$4.31B24.A7.8B2A5BA.A
139.45B3.5B$2.2AB.2A17B5.B.4B10.A11.2A3.B5.5BA2BA3B.BA139.34B.4B10.2A
$.A.AB.ABA4B3.7B10.4B7.3A11.8B2.9BA3B142.30B5.3B3.B8.A$.A5.AB8.6B11.
4B5.A16.14B3A4B143.29B5.4B.B2A4.3A$2A15.7BA10.4B4.2A15.20B147.26B7.A
3B2A4.A$17.4B2.A.A2.2A6.9B14.19B151.22B.B2A4.A.AB.B$19.B4.2A3.A7.6B
14.21B152.20B2.BA.A2.A.AB$29.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.25B153.18B5.A2.A$30.A2.
A4.34B4.BABA153.17B5.4A$31.2AB3.27B.6B6.B2AB153.17B$32.14B2A16B2.B.5B
5.A3B153.B2.14B5.2A$33.13B2A16B7.2A6.4B156.14B4.2A$34.29B8.A8.4B153.
5B2.5B.4B$34.17B.4B16.3A6.4B152.2A4.6B2.4B$35.15B.6B17.A7.4B152.A4.7B
2.4B$35.15B5.A2B.2A174.3A6.4B2A3.4B$36.13B5.A.A2B.A174.A9.3B2A4.4B$
38.13B2.A.AB2.A186.3B6.4B$37.8B4.2A.A.A3.A$37.6B6.2ABA2.4A.A$37.5B8.B
2.A.A3.A.A$37.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A$38.3B9.A.A2.2A3.A$37.B2AB9.A.A$38.2A
11.A!
It can also put a B in very tight spaces, due to its extremely thin reaction envelope (5 cells at least, 8 or 9 cells at most) such as Scorbie's thumb B-to-H:

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x = 22, y = 31, rule = LifeHistory
15.B$14.3D$14.BDB$13.2B3D$13.6B$12.7B$11.8B$4.2A4.8B$4.A.A2.9B$6.A2.
3B.2BD3B$6.3A5B3D2B$4.2A2.BA2.B2D2BD$3.A2.4AB.6B$4.A.A.3B2.6B$3.2A.A.
2A10B$3.A2.ABA6B2A4B$4.2A4.AB2.B2A5B$6.5A4.7B$6.A8.6B$8.A6.2A3B$7.2A
5.B2A3B$14.6B$14.6B$11.9B$4.2B2.12B$3.C15B$.3BC13B$4B2C12B$3B2C13B$.
2BC13B$2.3B.B!
EDIT: Something Similar:

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x = 43, y = 31, rule = LifeHistory
23.3B13.4B$22.5B11.4B$22.5B10.4B$9.B12.5B9.4B$8.3B10.7B7.4B$4.7B7.2B.
8B5.4B$3.10B3.12B5.4B$4.9B2.13B4.4B$4.24B3.4B$3.24B3.4B$3.30B$2.30B$
2.29B$3.28B$3.7B2A3B2A14B$2.8B2A3B2A14B$3.9B2.17B$3.7B4.20B$.9B3.22B$
.2BC6B3.22B$3BCBC4B3.22B$.2B3C4B3.18B2D2B$.4BC4B5.6B.10B2DB$2.7B8.2B
5.8BD3B$4.B19.12B$25.10B$26.8B$26.7B$26.5B$27.3B$28.B!
Unfortunately, an extra block and blinker are produced. There might be a way to clean it up with the r's exhaust, though...

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