Thread for your unsure discoveries
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
The buckaroo is an independent reflector, while yours are not.
Ivan Fomichev
 Herik Zorneck
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
thanks for the explanation !codeholic wrote:The buckaroo is an independent reflector, while yours are not.
but ... despite this these patterns has an advantage: no need an eater to work
 Herik Zorneck
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
codeholic wrote:The buckaroo is an independent reflector, while yours are not.
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x = 83, y = 98, rule = B3/S23
66b2o$66b2o8$67bo$66b3o$65b5o$64b2o3b2o4$66b3o$66b3o2$69bo$68bobo$67bo
3bo$68b3o$61bo4b2o3b2o$61bobo$61b2o3$38b2o$38b2o$54bo$53bo20b2o$37bo
15b3o19bo$36bobo36bobo$37bo38bobo$34b3o40bo3b2o$34bo46b2o$76b2o$46bo
28bobo$46bobo17b2o3b2o4bo$36bo9b2o20b3o$36bo30bo3bo$36bo31bobo$69bo2$
70b3o$58b2o10b3o$58bobo$58bo2$68b2o3b2o$69b5o$70b3o$71bo$65b3o$65bo$
66bo6$29b2o37b3o$30bo$30bobo35bobo$31bobo33b5o$32bo3b2o28b2o3b2o$36b2o
28b2o3b2o3$69bo$70b2o2$72bo2$o8bo58bo2bo$3o5bo59b2o$3bo4b3o$2b2o2$5bo$
4b3o$3bo3bo$5bo$2bo5bo$2bo5bo11b2o$3bo3bo12b2o$4b3o9bo6b2o$16bo6b3o5b
2o$23b2o6b2o$12b2o6b2o$11bobo6b2o$11bo$10b2o3$4b2o$4b2o!
I'm dreaming if this would be a stable glider reflector 180 degrees using 2 buckaroos?
Of course that only works with guns 30p or 30p multiples ...
in fact I would like two opinions here: about the glider reflector system and about the improved version of "my" ( i suppose is my invention ) 150p gun / glider factory above
Thank you for your patience to answer my questions
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Stable glider reflectors use only stable objects to reflect a glider.... yours is not stable

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Amazingly, the phase of the glider doesn't matter!Sphenocorona wrote:The c/5 diagonal spaceship is capable of reflecting a glider 90 degrees
Any glider stream (minimum spacing is p17 I think) will be reflected,
Also, due to symmetry, a half diagonal shift of the glider track will reflect the other way:
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x = 243, y = 74, rule = B3/S23
178b3o$177bo$176bo5bo$20b3o153bo5bo$19bo157b2obo$18bo5bo151b3o2bob2o$
18bo5bo152bo5bo$19b2obo161bo$18b3o2bob2o150b2o$19bo5bo150b3o$26bo149bo
3b2o$19b2o155b3o$18b3o155b2o$18bo3b2o153bo$18b3o156b2o$18b2o157bo2bobo
$19bo158bo3bo$19b2o162bo$19bo2bobo135b2obo3b4o13b2o$20bo3bo134bo2b3ob
2ob5o10b2o$25bo132bo3b2o2b2obo2bobo11bo$2b2obo3b4o13b2o130bo27bo$bo2b
3ob2ob5o10b2o130bo3bo5bo4bo11bo2bo$o3b2o2b2obo2bobo11bo134bo4bo17b2o$o
27bo131b2o11b2o12bo$o3bo5bo4bo11bo2bo132b2o10bo$5bo4bo17b2o133bobo10b
2o9b2o$2b2o11b2o12bo146b2o2bo6b3o6b2o$5b2o10bo160b2obo5bobo3bob3o$5bob
o10b2o9b2o150b2ob3obo2b2o5bo$18b2o2bo6b3o6b2o140bo3b2obo5bo3b3o$20b2ob
o5bobo3bob3o145b2o12b3o$23b2ob3obo2b2o5bo157bo3bo$22bo3b2obo5bo3b3o
145bo10bobob2o$27b2o12b3o143bo12b3obo$40bo3bo141bobo$29bo10bobob2o152b
3o$29bo12b3obo139bo9bob3o$28bobo154b2o8b2o2bobo$40b3o142b2obo11b2o$28b
o9bob3o144b2ob2o2b2o6bo$27b2o8b2o2bobo144b2o4b3o4bo$27b2obo11b2o145bob
2ob2obo3bobobo$29b2ob2o2b2o6bo144bo2bo3b2ob2o$30b2o4b3o4bo146b3o5bo6bo
$31bob2ob2obo3bobobo143bo8bo3b3o$31bo2bo3b2ob2o149bo10bo2b2o$32b3o5bo
6bo152bob2obobobo$33bo8bo3b3o154b2o2b2o$34bo10bo2b2o154b4o$42bob2obobo
bo154bo$45b2o2b2o154bo$46b4o$48bo$47bo8$222bo10bo$221b2o9b2o$216bo4bob
o7b2o4b2o2b2o$63bo10bo139bobo13b3o4b2o2b2o$62b2o9b2o138bobo15b2o4b2o$
57bo4bobo7b2o4b2o2b2o123b2o3bo2bo16b2o$55bobo13b3o4b2o2b2o123b2o4bobo
17bo$54bobo15b2o4b2o134bobo$48b2o3bo2bo16b2o141bo$48b2o4bobo17bo$55bob
o$57bo!
 Herik Zorneck
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
TWLife wrote:Stable glider reflectors use only stable objects to reflect a glider.... yours is not stable
but for any period multiple of the 30p the buckaroo works like a stable refletor
by the way ... and my 150p glider gun? this is a new thing or has already been discovered ? obs.: can be made a gun p300 through this system too.
thanks !
Herik
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Still life I came up with when I was bored, probably have already been discovered but I haven't found anything on LifeWiki, so maybe it's something new?
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x = 11, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
5bo$4bobo$bo2bobo2bo$obobobobobo$bo2bobo2bo$4bobo$5bo!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
well, it may be a "tubs beehive5 inductor"
It isn't new, sorry.
It isn't new, sorry.
This is game of life, this is game of life!
Loafin' ships eaten with a knife!
Loafin' ships eaten with a knife!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
But it leads to a nice fuse!
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x = 69, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo$6bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo$o2bo
2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo$obobo
bobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobobo$o2bo
2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo2bobo2bo$6bobo
5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo5bobo$7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo7bo!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Oh well then... I'm kinda new to Life so I expected that it was already discovered
Jakub Pawluk
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
The smaller ship has one phase with a width of only 10 cells, making it the thinnest known c/5 orthogonal spaceship by minimum width. Flipping the "GD" at the front of the larger ship gives a "new" ship (compare with Paul Tooke's width11 ship):velcrorex wrote:c/5 orthogonal, asymmetric
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x = 31, y = 55, rule = B3/S23
b2ob2o14b2ob2o$o3bobo12bobo3bo$obobobo12bobobobo$b2ob2o14b2ob2o2$8bo
18bo$2b3ob3o12b3ob3o$b3o3bo12b3o3bo$o5bo12bo5bo$4o3bo11b4o3bo$2bob2ob
2o12bob2ob2o$4b5o14b5o2$3b2o17b2o$3b2o17b2o$2b2o3b2o12b2o3b2o$b2o4bo
12b2o4bo$o3bo2bob2o8bo3bo2bob2o$bo3b3o3bo8bo3b3o3bo$2b2o3b3obo9b2o3b3o
bo$4b7o12b7o$10b2o17b2o2$8b4o15b4o$3b2ob3o13b2ob3o$b2ob3obo11b2ob3obo$
4bo2bo15bo2bo$6b2o17b2o$bo4b3o11bo4b3o$b2o5b2o10b2o5b2o$9bo18bo$2b2o3b
o13b2o3bo$4bo2b2o14bo2b2o$3b2obo15b2obo$3bo3bobo12bo3bobo$8bo18bo$4b2o
17b2o$3bo2bo15bo2bo$3bo18bo$3bo18bo$4b2o17b2o$4bobo16bobo$5bobo16bobo$
6bo18bo$3bo18bo$3b2o17b2o$6bo18bo$4bobo16bobo2$5bo18bo$4bob2o15bob2o2$
8bo18bo$6bobo16bobo$7bo18bo!
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x = 58, y = 24, rule = B3/S23
53bo$51bo2bo$51bo3bo$50bo3bo$50bo3b2o$51bo3b2o$52b3o$49b2o3bobo$49bobo
3bo$51bo3bo$49bo2b3o$52b2o2bo$2b2o5b2o5b2o5b2o23bo5bobo$o3bo3bo2bo3bo
2bo3bo3bo20b2o3bo$o3bobob3o5b3obobo3bo20bo4bob2o$o5b2o2b3ob3o2b2o5bo
23b2o2b2o$2ob3o15b3ob2o23b2o$o25bo5b2o3b2o$bo3bo15bo3bo3bob3obobobobob
obo3bobo$2bo2bo15bo2bo4bo3bob2o3b2o4bo3b4ob3o$29bo5b2o3bo3bo2bo5b3o$
41b2o4b2o4b3o$36bobo$37bo10b3o!
Matthias Merzenich
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
I doubt that this c/3 spaceship is new, but for some reason it's not listed on pentadecathlon.com
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x = 67, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
6b4o17b3o7b3o17b4o$2bob2obobo6bo2b3o4bo13bo4b3o2bo6bobob2obo$b3o4bo2b
3obobo3bo2b3o4bo3bo4b3o2bo3bobob3o2bo4b3o$o3bo6bo3bobo5b2obob5ob5obob
2o5bobo3bo6bo3bo$bo10b2o3bob2o8bo2bobo2bo8b2obo3b2o10bo!
Ivan Fomichev
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
2 snakes holding unnamed octaplet
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x = 8, y = 8, rule = B3/S23
4bob2o$4b2obo2$4b3o$2obo2bo$bobo$o2b2o$2o!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
All the stilllifes up to 24 bits have been counted by computer search by the 1990s. Of course, there are millions of them, so most people have likely not ever actually seen all of them (nor are likely to). Many of this size and smaller are being noticed from time to time as they either occur spontaneously in nature (either from broths or from glider syntheses), or need to be engineered (e.g. as vital components for eaters, reflectors, etc.), or when someone notices that they just look cool.zambozaxx wrote:Still life I came up with when I was bored, probably have already been discovered but I haven't found anything on LifeWiki, so maybe it's something new?
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x = 11, y = 7, rule = B3/S23 5bo$4bobo$bo2bobo2bo$obobobobobo$bo2bobo2bo$4bobo$5bo!
This is 20.43936, and can easily be synthesized from 10 gliders. Although I don't believe any synthesis for this specifically existed before, it is easy to make using fairly standard mechanisms (i.e. bring in a blinker to extend a beehive by 3 units, and simultaneously bring in two inducting tubs).
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#C 20.43936 from 10 gliders
x = 108, y = 27, rule = B3/S23
41bo$42bo3bo18b2o18b2o$40b3ob2o18bo2bo12bo3bo2bo$45b2o17bo2bo10bobo3bo
2bo$65b2o12b2o4b2o4$90bo13bo$89bo13bobo$89b3o12bo2$22b2o18b2o18b2o18b
2o8b2o8b5o$b2o18bo2bo16bo2bo16bo2bo16bo2bo7bobo6bo5bo$obo19b2o18b2o18b
2o18b2o8bo9b5o$2bo$4b2o98bo$4bobo96bobo$4bo99bo4$65b2o12b2o4b2o$45b2o
17bo2bo10bobo3bo2bo$40b3ob2o18bo2bo12bo3bo2bo$42bo3bo18b2o18b2o$41bo!
This is 20.59202, two down snakes on butterfly, and can be synthesized from 45 gliders. While expensive, all the pieces involved were previously known. (Compare with a similar stilllife 20.22428, two up snakes on butterfly, that can be synthesized from a mere 10 gliders, and was a result of random discovery in recent weeks).zambozaxx wrote:2 snakes holding unnamed octapletCode: Select all
x = 8, y = 8, rule = B3/S23 4bob2o$4b2obo2$4b3o$2obo2bo$bobo$o2b2o$2o!
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#C 20.59202 from 45 gliders, and 20.22428 from 10 gliders
x = 136, y = 112, rule = B3/S23
107bo$106bo$106b3o$102bo$103bo$101b3o$91bobo$49bo42b2o$49bobo16b2o22bo
5b2o5bobo$49b2o17b2o28b2o5b2o$47bo58bo9bo$48bo61bo5bobo$46b3o18b2o28b
2o9b2o6b2o$67b2o21bo6b2o10b2o16b2o$91bo35bobob2o$31b2o18b2o18b2o16b3o
9b2o10b2o14bobo$9bo21bobo17bobo17bobo11b3o13bobo9bobo12b2obo2bo$7bobo
3bo18b2o18b2o6bo11b2o13bo14b2o9bo18b3o$8b2o2b2o45bo26bo7bo$12bobo44b3o
17b2o13b2o13b2o21b3o$7bo48b2o17b2o2b2o12bobo9b2o2b2o21bo2bo$6b2o48bobo
16b2o28b2o27b2o$6bobo47bo$90b2o6b2o$91b2o6b2o$90bo7bo12b2o$94bo15b2o$
94b2o7b2o7bo$93bobo7bobo$103bo2$101b2o$100bobo$102bo4$56bo$57b2o$56b2o
$69bo$67b2o$68b2o$51bo$52b2o45bobo$46bo4b2o47b2o$47b2o51bo$46b2o$4bo
98bo$5bo39bo58bo11bobo$3b3o38b2o56b3o11b2o$44bobo70bo$b2o$obo4b2o19bo
29bo19b2o18b2o28b2o$2bo4bobob2o14bobob2o24bobob2o5b2o8bo2b2o15bo2b2o
25bo2b2o$9bobo15bobobo25bobobo6bobo8bobo17bobo27bobo$8b2obo2bo13b2obo
2bo23b2obo2bo3bo9b2obo2bo9bo3b2obo2bo23b2obo2bo$12b3o17b3o27b3o8b2o7b
3o10bo6b3o27b3o$72b2o19b3o$12b3o17b3o12bo14b3o9bo7b3o17b3o27b2obo$12bo
2bo16bo2bo11b2o13bo2bo16bo2bo16bo2bo14bo11bob2o$14b2o17b2o11bobo14b2o
18b2o18b2o14b2o$119bobo$18b2o40b2o$18bobo39bobo$18bo41bo53bo$14b3o96b
2o$16bo96bobo$15bo2$97b2o13bo$98b2o11b2o$97bo9bo3bobo$108b2o$107b2o12$
111bo$112bo$110b3o$114bo$114bobo$114b2o$63bobo52bo$64b2o51bo$64bo52b3o
8b2ob2o$87b2o18b2o20bobo$87bobo17bobo10b2o6bo2bo2bo$90bo19bo9bobo5b2o
2b3o$66bobo22bo19bo8bo$67b2o23bo19bo18bob2o$67bo25bo19bo17b2obo$92b2o
18b2o$68b3o27bo$70bo4b2o21b2o$69bo4b2o21bobo$76bo4$104b2o$105b2o$104bo!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
No problem, I'm glad I could helpmniemiec wrote: ...
Thanks for posting these two objects. They inspired me to assemble two new syntheses that I did not have before. I have a vague recollection of needing the snakesonbutterfly for something else a while back  I'll have to try to wrack my brain to remember why I needed it!
Also, I discovered (I think) 2 short, yet interesting reactions. Maybe there is a way to hassle them somehow?
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x = 8, y = 14, rule = B3/S23
bob2obo$obo2bobo$bob2obo8$bob2obo$obo2bobo$obo2bobo$bob2obo!
Jakub Pawluk
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
I like how the first reaction causes 2 pixels to blink 5 times.
This is game of life, this is game of life!
Loafin' ships eaten with a knife!
Loafin' ships eaten with a knife!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Yeah, that's what is really easy to notice and that's why I was thinking if it's able to hassle it and make a gun/oscillator on it... but well, maybe it's just me and it is not even possibletowerator wrote:I like how the first reaction causes 2 pixels to blink 5 times.
Jakub Pawluk
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
The first of these makes the rotor for "glasses", a scrubber variant. Here's a 2x1 version from years ago that uses a 3glider synthesis of it (i.e. glider into Bheptomino). I had tried making a 2x2 version (using a predecessor similar to what you just posted above), but couldn't quite get all the gliders in place without some of them stepping on others.zambozaxx wrote:Also, I discovered (I think) 2 short, yet interesting reactions. Maybe there is a way to hassle them somehow?
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x = 8, y = 14, rule = B3/S23 bob2obo$obo2bobo$bob2obo8$bob2obo$obo2bobo$obo2bobo$bob2obo!
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#C 2x1 glasses from 17 gliders
x = 132, y = 39, rule = B3/S23
23bo14bo$22bo13b2o$22b3o12b2o2$10bo$11bo$9b3o14bo$27bo$25b3o12bo63bo$
38b2o63bo$39b2o62b3o$69b3o27b3o2$55b2ob2o25b2ob2o25b2ob2o$obo23bo28bo
3bo7bo17bo3bo7bo17bo3bo7bo$b2o21b2o30b3o8b3o16b3o8b3o16b3o8b3o$bo23b2o
43bo29bo29bo$58b3o4b3o2bo17b3o4b3o2bo17b3o4b3o2bo$57bo3bo2bo3bob2o15bo
3bo2bo3bob2o15bo3bo2bo3bob2o$57bo3b4o3bo18bo3b4o3bo18bo3b4o3bo$54b2obo
3bo2bo3bo15b2obo3bo2bo3bo15b2obo3bo2bo3bo$17b2o3b2o31bo2b3o4b3o17bo2b
3o4b3o17bo2b3o4b3o$18b2o2bobo19bo10bo29bo29bo$17bo4bo20b2o11b3o8b3o16b
3o8b3o16b3o8b3o$43bobo12bo7bo3bo17bo7bo3bo17bo7bo3bo$66b2ob2o25b2ob2o
25b2ob2o2$54b3o27b3o$5b2o73b3o$6b2o74bo$5bo12b3o60bo$18bo$19bo14b3o$
34bo$35bo2$7b2o12b3o$8b2o13bo$7bo14bo!
 Herik Zorneck
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
i am wondering if this oscillator/ still life is a new pattern ?
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x = 13, y = 13, rule = B3/S23
3b2o3b2o$3bobobobo$5bobo$2o2b2ob2o2b2o$o2bobobobo2bo$b4o3b4o2$b4o3b4o$
o2bobobobo2bo$2o2b2ob2o2b2o$5bobo$3bobobobo$3b2o3b2o!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
It's known. Here is a 23glider synthesis of it:Herik Zorneck wrote:i am wondering if this oscillator/ still life is a new pattern ?
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x = 13, y = 13, rule = B3/S23 3b2o3b2o$3bobobobo$5bobo$2o2b2ob2o2b2o$o2bobobobo2bo$b4o3b4o2$b4o3b4o$ o2bobobobo2bo$2o2b2ob2o2b2o$5bobo$3bobobobo$3b2o3b2o!
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x = 140, y = 47, rule = B3/S23
25bo12bo$24bo12bo$24b3o10b3o3$10bo$8bobo$2bo6b2o13bobo84bo$obo22b2o13b
o70bobo$b2o22bo13bo71b2o$39b3o$80bo29bo$80bo29bo$80bo7bo21bo$89bo$20bo
66b3o$21b2o38b3o27b3o$20b2o48b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o$70bobobobo23bob
obobo23bobobobo$20bo51bobo27bobo27bobo$2bo4b2o11b2o45b2o3bobo3b2o17b2o
3bobo3b2o17b2o3bobo3b2o$obo5b2o9bobo45bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo
4bo$b2o4bo60b4o3b4o19b4o3b4o19b4o3b4o2$22b3o14bo4b2o22b4o3b4o19b4o3b4o
19b4o3b4o$24bo12b2o5bobo20bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo4bo$23bo14b2o
4bo22b2o3bobo3b2o17b2o3bobo3b2o17b2o3bobo3b2o$72bobo27bobo27bobo$70bob
obobo23bobobobo23bobobobo$70b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o$83b3o27b3o$117b
3o$117bo$66bo29bo21bo$66bo29bo$66bo29bo$5b3o$7bo13bo22b2o48b2o$6bo13b
2o22bobo46bobo$20bobo13b2o6bo50bo$36bobo$36bo3$7b3o10b3o$9bo12bo$8bo
12bo!
 Herik Zorneck
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
thanks for your feedback, you could tell me if this thing has a name?mniemiec wrote:It's known. Here is a 23glider synthesis of it:Herik Zorneck wrote:i am wondering if this oscillator/ still life is a new pattern ?
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x = 13, y = 13, rule = B3/S23 3b2o3b2o$3bobobobo$5bobo$2o2b2ob2o2b2o$o2bobobobo2bo$b4o3b4o2$b4o3b4o$ o2bobobobo2bo$2o2b2ob2o2b2o$5bobo$3bobobobo$3b2o3b2o!
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x = 140, y = 47, rule = B3/S23 25bo12bo$24bo12bo$24b3o10b3o3$10bo$8bobo$2bo6b2o13bobo84bo$obo22b2o13b o70bobo$b2o22bo13bo71b2o$39b3o$80bo29bo$80bo29bo$80bo7bo21bo$89bo$20bo 66b3o$21b2o38b3o27b3o$20b2o48b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o$70bobobobo23bob obobo23bobobobo$20bo51bobo27bobo27bobo$2bo4b2o11b2o45b2o3bobo3b2o17b2o 3bobo3b2o17b2o3bobo3b2o$obo5b2o9bobo45bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo 4bo$b2o4bo60b4o3b4o19b4o3b4o19b4o3b4o2$22b3o14bo4b2o22b4o3b4o19b4o3b4o 19b4o3b4o$24bo12b2o5bobo20bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo4bo17bo4bobo4bo$23bo14b2o 4bo22b2o3bobo3b2o17b2o3bobo3b2o17b2o3bobo3b2o$72bobo27bobo27bobo$70bob obobo23bobobobo23bobobobo$70b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o23b2o3b2o$83b3o27b3o$117b 3o$117bo$66bo29bo21bo$66bo29bo$66bo29bo$5b3o$7bo13bo22b2o48b2o$6bo13b 2o22bobo46bobo$20bobo13b2o6bo50bo$36bobo$36bo3$7b3o10b3o$9bo12bo$8bo 12bo!
look like I found this pattern :
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x = 39, y = 39, rule = B3/S23
15b3o3b3o2$13bo4bobo4bo$13bo4bobo4bo$13bo4bobo4bo$15b3o3b3o2$15b3o3b3o
$13bo4bobo4bo$13bo4bobo4bo$13bo4bobo4bo3$2b3o3b3o17b3o3b3o2$o4bobo9b2o
b2o9bobo4bo$o4bobo10bobo10bobo4bo$o4bobo7bo2bobo2bo7bobo4bo$2b3o3b3o4b
3o3b3o4b3o3b3o2$2b3o3b3o4b3o3b3o4b3o3b3o$o4bobo7bo2bobo2bo7bobo4bo$o4b
obo10bobo10bobo4bo$o4bobo9b2ob2o9bobo4bo2$2b3o3b3o17b3o3b3o3$13bo4bobo
4bo$13bo4bobo4bo$13bo4bobo4bo$15b3o3b3o2$15b3o3b3o$13bo4bobo4bo$13bo4b
obo4bo$13bo4bobo4bo2$15b3o3b3o!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
I don't think it has an "official" name. I've always called one quarter of this an "armpit", hence "four armpits" for the whole object. Sometimes discoverers name things they find, especially if they are particularly noteworthy. But for more generic things (especially if objects are in the category of "one of thousands" or "one of millions"), things are rarely explicitly named, and if any DO get names, they seem to just happen based on common usage. In several cases, I created glider syntheses (or at least object lists) with objects whose names I didn't know, so for convenience, I just gave them names that I thought would be appropriate  and was surprised to discover, years later, that those names had somehow become the object's official names.Herik Zorneck wrote:thanks for your feedback, you could tell me if this thing has a name?
This is an interesting way to form this, although getting all the pulsars there with one blnker missing might be quite a challenge.Herik Zorneck wrote:look like I found this pattern :

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Here's a p4 oscillator based off the xWSS emulators that exhibits a resemblance to the tnosed p4 as well:
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x = 13, y = 9, rule = B3/S23
4b2ob2o$3bobobobo$3bo5bo$b2o2b3o2b2o$o2b7o2bo$b2o7b2o$3bo5bo$3bobobobo
$4b2ob2o!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
This is certainly known but I cannot get any information about this cisbimango:
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x = 8, y = 8, rule = B3/S23
5b2o$4bo2bo$3bo2bo$2bob2o$bobo$o2bo$obo$bo!
Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries
Here are several known syntheses of it (16.2764) from 57 gliders:Rhombic wrote:This is certainly known but I cannot get any information about this cisbimango:
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x = 86, y = 82, rule = B3/S23
58bo$19bobo37bo$19b2o36b3o$20bo45bo$65bo$65b3o2$60bo$51bo9bo$43b2o4bob
o7b3o21b2o$13bo28bo2bo4b2o30bo2bo$14bo26bo2bo17bo18bo2bo$12b3o25bob2o
17bo18bob2o$39bobo19b3o15bobo$15bo22bo2bo36bo2bo$14bo23bobo37bobo$14b
3o22bo13b2o5b2o17bo$52bobo6b2o$54bo5bo$13b2o$2o12b2o$b2o10bo$o14$56bo
11bobo$57b2o5bo3b2o$56b2o7b2o2bo$64b2o17b2o$40b2o18b2o20bo2bo$19bobo
17bo2bo16bo2bo18bo2bo$20b2o17bo2bo16bo2bo17bob2o$20bo19b2o18b2o17bobo$
78bo2bo$19b2o35bobo19bobo$18bobo36b2o20bo$20bo36bo2$55b2o$56b2o$55bo
13$28bobo$28b2o31bo$29bo31bobo$61b2o2$20bobo19bo19bo20b2o$20b2o19bobo
17bobo18bo2bo$21bo19bo2bo16bo2bo16bo2bo$39b2ob2o10b3o2b2ob2o16bob2o$
18b3o17bo2bo14bobo2bo17bobo$18bo20bobo13bo3bobo16bo2bo$19bo20bo19bo17b
obo$79bo3$13b2o$14b2o$13bo!