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mniemiec
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Kazyan wrote:A T-nose with a population and bounding box as small as the original: ...
Extrementhusiast wrote:Final step for synthesis: ...
This makes the starting constellation, for a total of 36. Unfortunately, the snake takes 7; none of the ways I know of making from 4 or 5 work.

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x = 156, y = 36, rule = B3/S23
13bo$11bobo17bo$bo10boo15bobo$bbo27boo$3o86bo$30bo59boobo41bo$30boo57b
oobbobo38bo$6bobo20bobo61boo39b3o$7boo$7bo$$86b3o88bo20bo19bo87bo20b obo10bobo4bobo109bobo10boo5bobo16boobo110boo10bo7boo16boboo$$73boo 18boo18boo5bo12boo18boo$70boobbo15boobbo15boobbo3bobo9boobbo15boobbo$69bobobo15bobobo15bobobo5boo8bobobo15bobobo$54boo13bobobobo13bobobobo
13bo$13bobo$13b2o$32b2obo$32bob2o2$14b2o21b2o$11b2o2bo18b2o2bo$10bobob o18bobobo$10bobobobo16bobobobo$11bo3b2o17bo3b2o! I Like My Heisenburps! (and others) dbell Posts: 55 Joined: June 27th, 2013, 12:47 am Contact: ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries This is a followup on my recent posting about creating sawtooths or other interesting reactions using the output of rakes firing at each other symmetrically. I investigated pairs of receeding c/3 rakes which fire spaceships at each other. I found no sawtooths this way, nor many interesting reactions. Here is one interesting reaction, though. It doesn't look very random at first glance. Except for its startup, its output appears to consist entirely of sparse streams of 20 gliders and dense streams of 21 gliders. But the pattern of these varies enough that my Golly starts to really slow down when running it past a million generations. Code: Select all #C Pseudo-random glider streams produced by two symmetrically placed #C period 27 c/3 backward LWSS rakes firing at each other. #C David I. Bell, 1 December 2017 x = 219, y = 187 158bo$159boo$159boo23bo$158bo26boo$160bo24boo$159b3o22bo$161bo24bo$
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34bo$32bo$32bo3bo$31bo5bo$31b5o$31bo5bo14bo$33b4o14boo23bo$33bo3boboo 7boobo23bobo$34b3obb3o4boo3bo13b3o7boo$37bob3o4bo4bo12bobbo7bo$35b3o3b
obbo3bobbo12bo3bo7bobo$35b3obboo4bo4bo13b4o7bobo$41bobbobobboobb3o11bo
6b4o$40boboobbo6b5o15bobo$41bobo9boob3o8bo5bobo$40boboobbo6b5o8bobo4bo$41bobbobobboobb3o10bobo5bo$35b3obboo4bo4bo15bo6bobo$35b3o3bobbo3bobbo
8bo14bo$37bob3o4bo4bo7bobo12boo$34b3obb3o4boo3bo6boo15bobo$33bo3boboo 7boobo7bobo14bo$33b4o14boo6boo$31bo5bo14bo9bo$31b5o22bobbo$31bo5bo19bo$32bo3bo19boo$32bo24bo$34bo22b3o$32boo24bo$32boo26bo$34bo23boo$58boo$60bo! I think the reason I found so few nice results is that you want a complicated reaction to create the rake's output so that an incoming spaceship has many chances to perturb it. Creating a LWSS the usual way for example, is so simple that there aren't many possibilities. There must be more complicated LWSS creating reactions with many perturbation possibilities. BCNU, -dbell gameoflifemaniac Posts: 1117 Joined: January 22nd, 2017, 11:17 am Location: There too ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries Oscillator? Code: Select all x = 16, y = 15, rule = B3/S23 14b2o2$12b2o2$10b2o2$8b2o2$6b2o2$4b2o2$2b2o2$2o!
I was so socially awkward in the past and it will haunt me for my entire life.

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x = 21, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
b2o2bo2b2o2b2o2bobobo$o3bobobobobobobobobo$bo2bobob2o2b2o3bo2bo$2bobob obobobobo2bo$2o3bo2bobobobo2bo2bo!

hkoenig
Posts: 142
Joined: June 20th, 2009, 11:40 am

Long known.

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#C 18P2.66 and extension
x=34, y=17
2o14b2o$obo13bo$17bobo$o2b2o3bo$bo6bo7b3ob2o$bo3b2o2bo$22b2o$7bobo$8b2o14b
2o2$26b2o2$28b2ob3o2$30bobo$33bo$32b2o! Other ways of terminating the fuse are left as an exercise for the student. lifeisawesome Posts: 86 Joined: April 22nd, 2016, 1:55 pm Location: poland ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries a cool transparent beehive Code: Select all x = 12, y = 8, rule = B3/S23 10bo$9bobo$4b2o3bobo$5b2o3bo$4b2o$5o$4o$b2o!
--Szymon Bartosiewicz
favorite pattern:

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x = 2, y = 2, rule = B25/S3a
2o$2o! gameoflifemaniac Posts: 1117 Joined: January 22nd, 2017, 11:17 am Location: There too ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries hkoenig wrote:Long known. Code: Select all #C 18P2.66 and extension x=34, y=17 2o14b2o$obo13bo$17bobo$o2b2o3bo$bo6bo7b3ob2o$bo3b2o2bo$22b2o$7bobo$8b2o14b 2o2$26b2o2$28b2ob3o2$30bobo$33bo$32b2o!
Other ways of terminating the fuse are left as an exercise for the student.
Reduced:

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x = 8, y = 7, rule = B3/S23
2o$obo3bo$6bo$o2b2o2bo$bo$bo3bobo$6b2o!
I was so socially awkward in the past and it will haunt me for my entire life.

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x = 21, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
b2o2bo2b2o2b2o2bobobo$o3bobobobobobobobobo$bo2bobob2o2b2o3bo2bo$2bobob obobobobo2bo$2o3bo2bobobobo2bo2bo!

hkoenig
Posts: 142
Joined: June 20th, 2009, 11:40 am

Yes. That's the smallest oscillator with that sort of fuse for a rotor segment. But I was talking more of other ways to terminate and stabilize the fuse--

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x=30, y=26
28b2o$29bo$26bobo2$24b2ob3o2$22b2o2$20b2o2$18b2o2$16b2o2$4bo9b2o$2bobo$6b
obo3b2o$2o6bo$10b2o$bo$9bo$2b2o$8b2o$3bo$5bobo$5bo! Here are some other P2 fuses that can be terminated-- Code: Select all x=120, y=37 14b2o5bo63bo$21bo64bo$14bo7b2o54bobo5bo$88bo$12b2o9b2o52bobo9bo$25bo63bo$12b o12bobo48bobo12bo$27bo64bo$10b2o16b2o45bobo14bo$94bo$10bo18b2o43bobo18bo$31b
o63bo$8b2o21bobo39bobo21bo$33bo64bo$8bo25b2o36bobo23bo$100bo$6b2o27b2o34b obo27bo$37bo63bo$6bo30bobo30bobo30bo$39bo64bo$4b2o34b2o27bobo32bo$106bo$4b o36b2o25bobo36bo$43bo63bo$2b2o39bobo21bobo39bo$45bo64bo$2bo43b2o18bobo41b o$112bo$2o45b2o16bobo45bo$49bo63bo$o48bobo12bobo48bo$51bo64bo$52b2o9bobo50b o$118bo$53b2o7bobo54bo$55bo63bo$55bo5bobo! Years ago I posted a large sheet showing a bunch of these, including ways to interconnect them. mniemiec Posts: 1152 Joined: June 1st, 2013, 12:00 am ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries gameoflifemaniac wrote:Reduced: ... All period 2 oscillators up to 21 bits have been found by computer search years ago, so anything up to that size is already known. Also, all but one up to 16 bits has an explicit glider synthesis, as do most of those known larger ones. All period 3s up to 21 have also been computer searched, and all period 4, 5, 6, 8, 15, and 30 ones up to 21 bits have been searched by hand, so while it's possible that some other higher-period oscillators less than 22 bits will be found, it's fairly unlikely. Macbi Posts: 752 Joined: March 29th, 2009, 4:58 am ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries mniemiec wrote: gameoflifemaniac wrote:Reduced: ... All period 2 oscillators up to 21 bits have been found by computer search years ago, so anything up to that size is already known. Also, all but one up to 16 bits has an explicit glider synthesis, as do most of those known larger ones. All period 3s up to 21 have also been computer searched, and all period 4, 5, 6, 8, 15, and 30 ones up to 21 bits have been searched by hand, so while it's possible that some other higher-period oscillators less than 22 bits will be found, it's fairly unlikely. Could you explain a little bit about how search programs work that search up to a certain number of bits? I can't imagine at all how the search would be organised. It seems much harder than searching in a given bounding box. mniemiec Posts: 1152 Joined: June 1st, 2013, 12:00 am ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries Macbi wrote:Could you explain a little bit about how search programs work that search up to a certain number of bits? I can't imagine at all how the search would be organised. It seems much harder than searching in a given bounding box. Back in the 1990s, I wrote a search program to look for still-lifes. The idea was based on a similar program written by Peter Raynham in the 1970s. My program started with an arbitrarily large area (effectively unbounded, because I was searching by population, and the area boundaries were chosen so that the population constraints would be reached long before any boundary was). Each cell in the area can have one of three states - definitely dead, definitely alive, or presumably dead (but which may be changed to alive). One seed cell in the center starts out as definitely alive. Everything above it, or directly left, is definitely dead. Everything below it, or directly right, starts as presumably dead. Every cell has certain derived properties, such as how many living neighbors it has, whether it is stable or not (e.g. living cells are stable if they have 2-3 neighbors, dead cells are stable if they have any number other than 3), and the degree of freedom (i.e. the number of presumably dead cells). I would then do a tree search. At every level, I would find the most unstable presumably dead cell with the lowest degree of freedom, and then try two searches, assuming it is definitely dead, or definitely alive. In each case, forcing a cell's state would lower the degrees of freedom of neighboring cells, and if an unstable cell's degrees of freedom was lowered to 0, it could not be fixed, rendering this entire search branch non-viable. There were other similar optimizations (e.g. an unstable dead cell with n neighbors required exactly 3-n additional ones, so once its degree of freedom reached 3-n, all of its remaining neighbors had to be forced to be alive). This method grows patterns like crystals outward from the seed. Given that the processor time required is around O(2.45^n) and the number of objects found is also around O(2.45^n), the algorithm is pretty much optimal. I used this to search for still-lifes up to 24 bits. Unfortunately, due to certain defects in the algorithm (notably in choices as to when it was reasonable to expand to disconnected islands), there were certain classes of objects that were not found; these had to be added manually, which was an error-prone process. There were relatively few at 22-24 bits, but at 25 there would have been over a hundred. (As it was, a subsequent search for still-lifes this year revealed that I had forgotten to count a few 24s from my manual list due to bookkeeping errors.) I modified the same program to search for oscillators, by treating oscillators as still-lifes in a cylindrical 3D space. I used this to search for period 2 oscillators. Unfortunately, the time required expanded much faster than the result space, as searching for n-bit oscillators turned into a search for still-lifes of approximately 2n bits. I was only able to search for ones up to 21 bits. I tried using the same pattern to search for period 3 and 4 oscillators, but the compuational cost increased so prohibitively that I wasn't even able to search up to 12 bits, which is when the first results would have been found. A few years ago, Nikolay Beluchenko searched for period 3 oscillators up to 20 bits by using WLS, using a rectangular area that would be large enough to contain them all, and a second search of a diagonal strip to catch the few that would have been larger. That search found 10 that had not been known previusly. A similar search was done this year for the 21-bit ones, and found 4 that were not previously known. As all the 20-bit ones that required the diagonal strip search were all variants of "two eaters", it is unlikely that there would be any new 21-bit ones that would have been missed by not doing a similar 21-bit diagonal strip search. H. Koenig searched for period 4 oscillators up to 12 bits, but as far as I know, nobody has done any larger population-based searches for any periods higher than 3. 83bismuth38 Posts: 466 Joined: March 2nd, 2017, 4:23 pm Location: Still sitting around in Sagittarius A... Contact: ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries Sokwe wrote: Flipping the "GD" at the front of the larger ship gives a "new" ship (compare with Paul Tooke's width-11 ship): Code: Select all ship with my initials guiding it forward :O IT'S MY INITIALS Code: Select all 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.

christoph r.
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Location: Germany

There is a p552-gun (46x12), of course too big. But it has nice details, i think. Also the p92-gun in the top left corner is not compactest one. Yet even interesting. The glider from this gun are doubled by a natural Heisenburb and collide with glider from a p46-gun. Another detail: At the bottom there is a oneway gate. lwss from the left are allowed to pass, hwss from the right not.

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x = 158, y = 147, rule = B3/S23
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13b3o4bo$7b2ob2o85bo3bo$98b3o7bo3b2o$80b2o3b2o19b2obob3o13b2o$79b3o3b
3o10b3o5bo4b3o13b2o$77b3o7b3o7bo3bo4bo3bo$77b3o7b3o4b3o4bo5b3o$77b3o7b 3o4b3obob2o19b2o3b2o$18b2o35b2o5b2o15b3o3b3o6b2o3bo7b3o10b3o3b3o$19b2o 33bobo5bobo15b2o3b2o19bo3bo7b3o7b3o$18bo34b3o7b3o40bo4b3o4b3o7b3o$53b 2ob3ob3ob2o40b2obob3o4b3o7b3o$25bobo26b5ob5o43bo3b2o6b3o3b3o$2b2o22b2o 28bo5bo58b2o3b2o$3bo22bo30b2ob2o$3o$o2$56bo5bo$55b2o5b2o30bo$11b2ob2o 38bob2o3b2obo28bo$10bo5bo37bob2o3b2obo28b3o$55b3o3b3o$9bo7bo37b3o3b3o$9bo2bobo2bo$9b3o3b3o2$101b2o25b2o$101b2o26bo$129bobo$130b2o4b3o3bo$82b o51b5o2bobo$82bobo10bo5bo31b2o3b2o3bo$82b2o10b3o3b3o31b2o3bo2bo11bo$
16b2o75b2o2bobo2b2o31bo3b3o12b3o$16b2o30bobo4b2o36b2ob2ob2ob2o53bo$26b
2o2b2o4bo2b2o8b2o4b2o39b2ob2o34bo3b3o12b3o$26b2ob2o6b2obo8bo44bobo3bob o21b2o8b2o3bo2bo11bo$30bobo6bo53bo2bo3bo2bo19b5o5b2o3b2o3bo$31b2o4b3o 56bo3bo22bo4bo5b5o2bobo$52bo40bobo5bobo19b3o2bo7b3o3bo$31b2o4b3o13b2o 39bo7bo7bo13bo2b2o$30bobo6bo12b2o17bo36b3o14b2o$29b2o6b2obo7bo21bo36bo$30b2o4bo2b2o8bo20b3o22bo12b3o14b2o$49bo44bobo13bo13bo2b2o$123b3o2bo$92bo5bo24bo4bo$95bo27b5o$92b2o3b2o25b2o$67b2o$66b2o$68bo$92b2o3b2o$59b
o35bo5b2o$59bobo30bo5bo2b2o42bo$59b2o73bo10bo2b2o$94bobo36bobo8bo5bo5b 2o$95bo37bobo9bobo2b2o4b2o$145bo3b2o$125bo21b3o$124bobo$124b2o21b3o$41b3o80b2o19bo3b2o$41b3o81b2o18bobo2b2o4b2o$35b2o3b5o33b4o42b3o17bo5bo 5b2o$35b2o2b2o3b2o23b2o6b6o17b2o21b2ob2o17bo2b2o$39b2o3b2o21b2ob2o4b2o b4o16b2ob4o16b2o2b2o17bo$67b4o6b2o21b6o17b2ob2o$68b2o7bo23b4o$75b2o$39b2o3b2o29b3o$39b2o3b2o23b2o3b5o$40b5o24b2o2b2o3b2o43b2o$41b3o29b2o3b
2o43b2o7b2o4bo2b2o12b2o$41b3o87b2o6b2obo12b2o$132bobo6bo$133b2o4b3o$
73b2o3b2o$73b2o3b2o53b2o4b3o$34b3o5b3o29b5o42bo10bo8bo$34b3o5b3o30b3o 42b2o11bo5b2obo12b2o$35b2o5b2o31b3o28b2o11b3obo5b2o2b2o3bo2b2o12b2o$37bo3bo64b2o10b2o8b2obo3bo$35bo2bobo2bo75b2o8bob2o$34bo3bobo3bo75bo8bo 2bo$35bo2bobo2bo85bobo$35b3o3b3o24b3o5b3o41bo8bobo$68b3o5b3o40b2o7bo$69b2o5b2o28b2o10b2o9b2o$71bo3bo30b2o11b3obo$69bo2bobo2bo42b2o10b2o$35b
2o31bo3bobo3bo42bo10bobo$35b2o32bo2bobo2bo56bo$69b3o3b3o56b2o5$69b2o$
69b2o!
With a little workaround around this gun you get an interupted gun. 30 lwss, then pause.

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x = 956, y = 656, rule = B3/S23
261b2o$260b4o7b2o$259bobobo6bo2b2o11b2o$259b2ob3o4b6o11b2o$262b2obo5b
4o$262b2obo2$262b2obo$262b2obo5b4o$261bo2bo4b6o$262b2o6bo2b2o$262b2o7b
2o3$369b2o$359b2o7bobo15b2o$359b2o7bo17b2o$368b3o2$383bo$380b2o3bo$368b3o9b2obob2o$368bo10bo6b2o$368bobo9b2obob2o5bo$369b2o9b2o3bo5b3o$383bo6b2obo$390b3o$391b2o2$400bo$401bo$399b3o6$472bo2bo$462b3o7bo$448b 2o11bo4bo9bo$448b2o10bo5bo8b2o$461bo8bo$462b2o8b2o2$462b2o8b2o$461bo8b
o3bo$460bo5bo4bo2bo$461bo4bo4bo2bo$462b3o7b2o4$423bo24bobo$424bo26bo$
422b3o26bo$448bo2bo$449b3o13$392bo$391b3o$390b2obo$390b3o35b2o$391b2o 36b2o$428bo$446bo$447bo$445b3o4$352b2o$352bobo$352bo12$405b2o$406b2o$405bo$448bobo18bo$451bo18bo$451bo16b3o$448bo2bo$449b3o13$392bo$391b3o$390b2obo$382b2o6b3o$383b2o6b2o$382bo$492bo$493bo$491b3o4$398b2o$398bob o$398bo9$392bo$391b3o$391bob2o$359b2o31b3o$360b2o30b2o$359bo$448bobo 64bo$451bo64bo$451bo62b3o$448bo2bo$449b3o2$421b2o$421bobo$421bo$285b2o$285b3o$284bob2o$284b3o$285bo4$392bo$391b3o$390b2obo$336b2o52b3o$337b
2o52b2o$336bo$538bo$539bo$537b3o4$444b2o$444bobo$444bo8$444b2o$392bo 51b2o$391b3o$391bob2o$313b2o77b3o$314b2o76b2o$313bo130b3o3b3o$444bo2bo bo2bo108bo$443bo3bobo3bo108bo$444bo2bobo2bo107b3o$446bo3bo$444b2o5b2o$
443b3o5b3o$443b3o5b3o11$392bo$391b3o$390b2obo$290b2o98b3o51b2o5b2o$
291b2o98b2o51b2o5b2o$290bo$584bo$585bo$583b3o15$392bo$391b3o$391bob2o$
267b2o123b3o$268b2o122b2o$267bo169b2o$430b3o4b2o168bo$430b3o175bo$429b o3bo38b2o132b3o$429b2ob2o38bo$429bo3bo36bobo$430bobo20b2o15b2o$430bobo 18b5o$431bo11b2o5bo4bo$443b2o5bo2b3o$450b2o2bo26b2o$452b2o26b5o$480bo
4bo5b2o$432b2ob2o15b2o26b3o2bo5b2o$431bo5bo12b2o2bo26bo2b2o$450bo2b3o 26b2o$430bo7bo11bo4bo$430bo2bobo2bo12b5o26b2o$392bo37b3o3b3o14b2o26bo
2b2o$391b3o86b3o2bo$390b2obo86bo4bo$244b2o144b3o29bo57b5o$245b2o144b2o
29b3o40bo15b2o$244bo180bo37b2o$424b2o38b2o164bo$631bo$629b3o$437b2o$
437b2o4$420b2o$420b2o$433bo18bobo$434bo17b2o$432b3o18bo4$523b2o$392bo 130bo$391b3o26b3o3b3o92bobo$391bob2o25bo2bobo2bo92b2o$221b2o169b3o25bo
7bo80b2o3bo$222b2o168b2o100b2o13b3obob2o$221bo199bo5bo66b2o13b3o4bo$422b2ob2o85bo3bo136bo$513b3o7bo3b2o125bo$495b2o3b2o19b2obob3o13b2o108b 3o$494b3o3b3o10b3o5bo4b3o13b2o$492b3o7b3o7bo3bo4bo3bo$492b3o7b3o4b3o4b
o5b3o$492b3o7b3o4b3obob2o19b2o3b2o$433b2o35b2o5b2o15b3o3b3o6b2o3bo7b3o
10b3o3b3o$434b2o33bobo5bobo15b2o3b2o19bo3bo7b3o7b3o$433bo34b3o7b3o40bo
4b3o4b3o7b3o$468b2ob3ob3ob2o40b2obob3o4b3o7b3o$440bobo26b5ob5o43bo3b2o
6b3o3b3o$417b2o22b2o28bo5bo58b2o3b2o$418bo22bo30b2ob2o$415b3o$415bo2$392bo78bo5bo$391b3o76b2o5b2o30bo$390b2obo32b2ob2o38bob2o3b2obo28bo$
198b2o190b3o32bo5bo37bob2o3b2obo28b3o$199b2o190b2o77b3o3b3o$198bo225bo
7bo37b3o3b3o$424bo2bobo2bo243bo$424b3o3b3o244bo$675b3o$516b2o25b2o$516b2o26bo$544bobo$545b2o4b3o3bo$497bo51b5o2bobo$497bobo10bo5bo31b2o3b 2o3bo$497b2o10b3o3b3o31b2o3bo2bo11bo$431b2o75b2o2bobo2b2o31bo3b3o12b3o$431b2o30bobo4b2o36b2ob2ob2ob2o53bo$441b2o2b2o4bo2b2o8b2o4b2o39b2ob2o 34bo3b3o12b3o$441b2ob2o6b2obo8bo44bobo3bobo21b2o8b2o3bo2bo11bo$445bobo 6bo53bo2bo3bo2bo19b5o5b2o3b2o3bo$446b2o4b3o56bo3bo22bo4bo5b5o2bobo$467bo40bobo5bobo19b3o2bo7b3o3bo$392bo53b2o4b3o13b2o39bo7bo7bo13bo2b2o$391b3o51bobo6bo12b2o17bo36b3o14b2o$391bob2o49b2o6b2obo7bo21bo36bo$175b 2o215b2o51b2o4bo2b2o8bo20b3o22bo12b3o14b2o$176b2o214b2o70bo44bobo13bo
13bo2b2o$175bo215b3o144b3o2bo$390bob2o113bo5bo24bo4bo155bo$389b2obo 117bo27b5o157bo$389bo3bo113b2o3b2o25b2o157b3o$390bo2bo88b2o$391bobo87b
2o$483bo$507b2o3b2o$474bo35bo5b2o$474bobo30bo5bo2b2o42bo$474b2o73bo10b o2b2o$509bobo36bobo8bo5bo5b2o$510bo37bobo9bobo2b2o4b2o$560bo3b2o$540bo 21b3o$539bobo$539b2o21b3o$456b3o80b2o19bo3b2o$392bo63b3o81b2o18bobo2b 2o4b2o$391b3o56b2o3b5o33b4o42b3o17bo5bo5b2o$390b2obo56b2o2b2o3b2o23b2o 6b6o17b2o21b2ob2o17bo2b2o$152b2o236b3o61b2o3b2o21b2ob2o4b2ob4o16b2ob4o
16b2o2b2o17bo$153b2o236b2o89b4o6b2o21b6o17b2ob2o$152bo330b2o7bo23b4o$490b2o230bo$454b2o3b2o29b3o230bo$454b2o3b2o23b2o3b5o227b3o$455b5o24b2o
2b2o3b2o43b2o$456b3o29b2o3b2o43b2o7b2o4bo2b2o12b2o$456b3o87b2o6b2obo
12b2o$547bobo6bo$548b2o4b3o$488b2o3b2o$488b2o3b2o53b2o4b3o$449b3o5b3o 29b5o42bo10bo8bo$449b3o5b3o30b3o42b2o11bo5b2obo12b2o$450b2o5b2o31b3o 28b2o11b3obo5b2o2b2o3bo2b2o12b2o$409b2o41bo3bo64b2o10b2o8b2obo3bo$409b 2o39bo2bobo2bo75b2o8bob2o$449bo3bobo3bo75bo8bo2bo$450bo2bobo2bo85bobo$
392bo57b3o3b3o24b3o5b3o41bo8bobo$391b3o89b3o5b3o40b2o7bo$391bob2o89b2o
5b2o28b2o10b2o9b2o$129b2o261b3o91bo3bo30b2o11b3obo$130b2o260b2o90bo2bo
bo2bo42b2o10b2o$129bo320b2o31bo3bobo3bo42bo10bobo$403bo5bo40b2o32bo2bo
bo2bo56bo195bo$402b3o3b3o73b3o3b3o56b2o195bo$402bob2ob2obo333b3o$404b 2ob2o$404b2ob2o$404b2ob2o$484b2o$484b2o2$419bo$417b3o$416bo$416b2o3$
400bo$400bobo$392bo7b2o$391b3o$390b2obo$106b2o282b3o$107b2o282b2o$106b o$768bo$408b2ob2o356bo$408b2ob2o354b3o$408b2ob2o$406bob2ob2obo$369b2o 35b3o3b3o$368bobob2o8b2o23bo5bo$367b2o3b2o9b2o$368bobob2o5b5o$369b2o8b 4o2$379b4o$379b5o$366b2o15b2o8b2o$366b2o14b2o9b2o$413b2o$413b2o4$83b2o
$84b2o$83bo$791bo$792bo$790b3o7$285b2o$285b3o$284bob2o$284b3o$285bo7$60b2o$61b2o$60bo$814bo$815bo$813b3o13$925b2o$926bo$926bobo$927b2o$939b o3bo$37b2o899bo5bo9b2o$38b2o904bo9b2o$37bo901bo3b2o$837bo80bo3bo17b3o$
838bo67b2o9bo5bo$836b3o67b2o9bo22b3o$917b2o3bo16bo3b2o$919b3o22bo$938b
o5bo$919b3o17bo3bo$917b2o3bo$917bo$917bo5bo7bo$918bo3bo9b2o$931b2o6$889bo2bo42bo2bo13b2o$14b2o21b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b
4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o42b4o19bo22b4o19bo17b2o
$14b2o21bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo 41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo41bo3bo 18bo3bo18bo3bo18bo3bo$37bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo
45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo45bo22b4o19bo22b4o$16bo21bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo 42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo 42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo42bo2bo$15bobo2$9b2o2bo5bo$
9b2o5bo$13b2o3b2o2$945b3o3b3o$944bo2bo3bo2bo$13b2o3b2o928bobo$16bo931b obo$13bo5bo928bobo$944bo2bo3bo2bo$15bobo927bo7bo$16bo3$9bo7bo928bo$8bo bo5bobo925b2ob2o$11bo3bo$8bo2bo3bo2bo925b2ob2o$9bobo3bobo926bo3bo$11b 2ob2o929b3o$8b2ob2ob2ob2o933b2o$8b2o2bobo2b2o933b2o$9b3o3b3o$10bo5bo4$
9b2o$9b2o77$31b2o$31bo$29bobo$29b2o$17b2o3bo$2b2o13b3obob2o$2b2o13b3o
4bo$20bo3bo$21b3o7bo3b2o$3b2o3b2o19b2obob3o13b2o$2b3o3b3o10b3o5bo4b3o
13b2o$3o7b3o7bo3bo4bo3bo$3o7b3o4b3o4bo5b3o$3o7b3o4b3obob2o19b2o3b2o$2b
3o3b3o6b2o3bo7b3o10b3o3b3o$3b2o3b2o19bo3bo7b3o7b3o$29bo4b3o4b3o7b3o$29b2obob3o4b3o7b3o$31bo3b2o6b3o3b3o$44b2o3b2o4$10b3o$10b3o$4b2o3b5o3bo
42b2o44b2o44b2o44b2o44b2o44b2o44b2o$4b2o2b2o3b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o 21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o27b2o$8b2o3b6o17b2ob
2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b
2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o18b2ob2o26b2o$36b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o 21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o19b4o21b2o$37b2o44b2o44b2o44b2o44b
2o44b2o44b2o2$8b2o3b2o$8b2o3b2o356b2o$9b5o357b2o$10b3o351b3o$10b3o350b o3bo$363b2ob2o2$363b2ob2o$365bo$3b3o5b3o$3b3o5b3o$4b2o5b2o$6bo3bo353bo
7bo$4bo2bobo2bo350bo2bo3bo2bo$3bo3bobo3bo353bobo$4bo2bobo2bo354bobo$4b
3o3b3o354bobo$363bo2bo3bo2bo$364b3o3b3o3$4b2o$4b2o6$371b2o$371b2o!
Last edited by christoph r. on December 16th, 2017, 7:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.

christoph r.
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This expanding spaceship (p144-rake) is shurely not new. At the 2(3) frontends the speed is c/2. At the rake-end the speed is c/6.

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x = 116, y = 62, rule = B3/S23
77bo$11b2o57b3o3b3o$9bo4bo10b4o40bo2bo2b2obo7bo4b3o$8bo15b6o42bo2b3o7b 3o2bo2bo$8bo5bo8b2ob4o42bo2b3o7bob2o4bo$8b6o10b2o43bobo4b2o8b4o3bo$b2o
74bo8b2o5bo$2ob2o69bo15bo2bo$b4o63bo5bo3b2o11b2o$2b2o19bo43b3o23bo$3bo
5b3o11b2o41b2obo4b2obobo2b3o$bo3bo3b2obo9bobo41b3o5b2ob2o2bo2bo4b2o3bo 3bo$o5bo5bo18bobo32b3o7bo7bo4b2obo4b3o$o5bo3b3o11bo6b2o33b3o11bo3bo4bo 2b2o3bob2o$6obo3bo20bo34b2o11bo3bo5b3o5b3o$9bo74bo13b3o$21b2o12bobo43b
obo14b3o$20b2ob4o8b2o61b2o$10b2o9b6o9bo$9b2ob4o6b4o$10b6o23bobo$11b4o 24b2o$40bo33bo$27b4o43bobo$26b6o11bobo28b2o14bo$25b2ob4o11b2o43b2o$26b
2o16bo44b2o2$47bobo$47b2o$16b6o26bo41b2o22b2o$16bo5b4o64b2o22b2o$16bo 5bob2o9bobo13bobo49bobo$17bo3bo2b2o10b2o13b2o19bo29bo2bo$19bo16bo15bo 18bobo27b2obo$18b2o52b2o33b2o$17b4o26bobo12bo2bo43bo$16b2ob2o27b2o16bo
8b2ob3o19bob4obobo$17b2o29bo13bo3bo8bo2b2o2bo18bo3bob2o$24b6o22b2o9b4o
7b2o6bo23b3o$24bo5bo20bobo28bo22b2o$24bo28bo23bo3bo22b2o$10b2o13bo4bo 46bo2bo23b2o$9b2ob4o11b2o11b2o$10b6o23bobo$2b4o5b4o26bo$2bo3bo$2bo25b
2o$3bo9bobo11bobo$5b2o22bo80bo$15b2o92bo$2b2o3b2o6b2o92b3o$b2ob3obo7bo$2b6o7b2o$3b4o3$11b6o$11bo5bo$11bo$12bo4bo$14b2o!

83bismuth38
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WELL OK THEN IF YOU SAY SO MR 2c/26:

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x = 168, y = 6, rule = B3/S23:T168,6
4o13bo7b3o5bo8b3o7bo5b3o8bo17b4o24b2o24b2o3bo20bo$4bo10bobobo4bo3bo2b 3o7bobobo5bobo4b3o7b3o7bo5b5obo3b3o7b2o4bo2b2obo3bobo8bo3bobo2bobo4bo 9b2ob2o3bo$5bo7b3o3b3o2bo3bob3o7b3ob3o3bo3bo2bo9b2ob2o4b2ob2o2bo10bobo
6b3o3bobob2o4bo2bo6b2o5bo3bo6bo8b3ob3o2bo$4bo10bobobo4bo3bo2b3o7bobobo 5bobo4b3o7b3o7bo5b5obo3b3o7b2o4bo2b2obo3bobo8bo3bobo2bobo4bo9b2ob2o3bo$4o13bo7b3o5bo8b3o7bo5b3o8bo17b4o24b2o24b2o3bo20bo!
i am in deep shocc

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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. 83bismuth38 Posts: 466 Joined: March 2nd, 2017, 4:23 pm Location: Still sitting around in Sagittarius A... Contact: ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries (new post because i do not want to disturb the molds) anybody else seeing the 'ye' go off the side of the post? Code: Select all 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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Can the central object be synthesized cheaply, and would this be useful if it could?

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x = 27, y = 8, rule = B3/S23
20bo$9bo10bobo$8b3o9b2o$10bo13b2o$3o21bobo$2bo6bo14bo$bo7b2o$10bo! praosylen#5847 (Discord) x₁=ηx V*_η=c²√(Λη) K=(Λu²)/2 Pₐ=1−1/(∫^∞_t₀(p(t)ˡ⁽ᵗ⁾)dt) $$x_1=\eta x$$ $$V^*_\eta=c^2\sqrt{\Lambda\eta}$$ $$K=\frac{\Lambda u^2}2$$ $$P_a=1-\frac1{\int^\infty_{t_0}p(t)^{l(t)}dt}$$ mniemiec Posts: 1152 Joined: June 1st, 2013, 12:00 am ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries A for awesome wrote:Can the central object be synthesized cheaply, and would this be useful if it could? ... Since the middle part doesn't come up from 2 gliders, it would require at least 3, making this take at least 6. This can already be made from 6 gliders (blinker+4). It can also be grown from two houses, which means the same converter can also add 2 blocks to spark coil or other similar object. This might be done more cheaply if the result of the left part (two blocks on a house) could form from 3 gliders. Alone, that makes a constellation of an up boat on boat plus two blocks. It might be useful to do a search for random 3-glider collisions that make that constellation, as it's likely it would form this way. Code: Select all x = 156, y = 58, rule = B3/S23 135bo$134bo$134b3o$$130bo131bo129b3o388bo62booboo89boo60bo3bo88b oo62b3o$$86bo26bo19bo18b3o$86boo25bo19bo17bo3bo$85bobo25bo19bo17booboo $$151booboo151booboo$$131boo$130bobo$132bo$$133boo133bobo133bo63bo 3bobo3boo$$bbo$obo78bobo$boo79boo$21booboo15booboo15booboo16bo8boob
oo15booboo15booboo15booboo$21bo3bo15bo3bo15bo3bo25bo3bo15bo3bo15bo3bo 15bo3bo$22b3o17b3o17b3o27b3o17b3o17b3o17b3o$54bo$22b3o17b3o9bobo5b3o
16boo9b3o9bo7b3o17b3o17b3o$21bo3bo15bo3bo8boo5bo3bo14bobo8bo3bo8bobo4b o3bo15bo3bo15bo3bo$21booboo15booboo5boo8booboo4boo10bo8booboo4boobboo
5booboo15booboo15booboo$boo48bobo16boo12b3o13boo$obo48bo32bo26booboo
15booboo15booboo$bbo82bo25booboo15booboo15booboo$$3boo99boo3bobo80b3o 9b3o3bobo14bo19bo3bo84bo9bo5bo16bo19bo87bo11bo21bo19bo$$142boo$142bo
bo$142bo! lifeisawesome Posts: 86 Joined: April 22nd, 2016, 1:55 pm Location: poland ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries wow Code: Select all x = 12, y = 17, rule = B3/S23$3bo2b2o$6b2o$6b2o$4bobo$3b2o$5bo$8b3o$6b2obo$6b3o$7bo3$b2o$2b2o$bo!
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x = 2, y = 2, rule = B25/S3a
2o$2o! Rhombic Posts: 1064 Joined: June 1st, 2013, 5:41 pm ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries Is this catalyst known?? Code: Select all x = 25, y = 16, rule = B3/S23 2o$bo$bobo$2b2o$24bo$22b3o$21bo$22bo$21b2o$20bo2b2o$2bo17b2o2bo$2bobo
17b2o$2b3o15b2o$4bo16bo$21bobo$22b2o!
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simeks
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Rhombic wrote:Is this catalyst known??

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x = 25, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
2o$bo$bobo$2b2o$24bo$22b3o$21bo$22bo$21b2o$20bo2b2o$2bo17b2o2bo$2bobo 17b2o$2b3o15b2o$4bo16bo$21bobo$22b2o! There are so many possible catalysts when starting from an H for example, that I don't think anyone can really keep track of which ones are known... The interesting question is more if you can do something nice with it. That particular catalyst is actually known though, it is used in this H-to-G, and this H-to-2G (first code box) Rhombic Posts: 1064 Joined: June 1st, 2013, 5:41 pm ### Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries simeks wrote: Rhombic wrote:Is this catalyst known?? Code: Select all x = 25, y = 16, rule = B3/S23 2o$bo$bobo$2b2o$24bo$22b3o$21bo$22bo$21b2o$20bo2b2o$2bo17b2o2bo$2bobo
17b2o$2b3o15b2o$4bo16bo$21bobo$22b2o!
There are so many possible catalysts when starting from an H for example, that I don't think anyone can really keep track of which ones are known... The interesting question is more if you can do something nice with it.

That particular catalyst is actually known though, it is used in this H-to-G, and this H-to-2G (first code box)
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x = 25, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
2o$bo12b2o$bobo10b2o$2b2o$24bo$22b3o$21bo$22bo$21b2o$20bo2b2o$2bo17b2o
2bo$2bobo17b2o$2b3o15b2o$4bo16bo$21bobo$22b2o! Another cheap option with a different output: Code: Select all x = 22, y = 22, rule = B3/S23 2o$bo$bobo$2b2o5$20b2o$20b2o$2bo$2bobo$2b3o$4bo5$16b2o$16bo$17b3o$19bo
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Is this Herschel *counter*(period doubler?) with 1st glider output known? It has to be known, but I don't know the nomenclature so I couldn't find it in advance.

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x = 53, y = 23, rule = B3/S23
14b2o29b2o$2o12b2o15b2o12b2o$bo30bo$bobo28bobo$2b2o29b2o3$25b2o$25b2o$20b2o29b2o$20b2o29b2o$2bo30bo5b2o$2bobo28bobo3b2o$2b3o28b3o$4bo30bo5$16b2o29b2o$16bo30bo$17b3o28b3o$19bo30bo!
(1: H-->G, 2: Herschel is destroyed, 1, 2...)
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Rhombic wrote:Is this Herschel *counter*(period doubler?) with 1st glider output known? It has to be known, but I don't know the nomenclature so I couldn't find it in advance.

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x = 53, y = 23, rule = B3/S23
14b2o29b2o$2o12b2o15b2o12b2o$bo30bo$bobo28bobo$2b2o29b2o3$25b2o$25b2o$20b2o29b2o$20b2o29b2o$2bo30bo5b2o$2bobo28bobo3b2o$2b3o28b3o$4bo30bo5$16b2o29b2o$16bo30bo$17b3o28b3o$19bo30bo!
I don't think that specific variant is known, actually. There are a lot of ways to stop a Herschel and leave some junk behind that absorbs a following Herschel. There are ones in the H->G column (1,1) and (-2,-2) diagonally from your block location, for example, but not in that exact location.

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x = 97, y = 519, rule = LifeHistory
42.D4.D13.4D$42.D4.D12.D4.D$42.D4.D12.D$42.D4.D6.D5.D$42.D4.D7.D4.D$42.6D3.6D3.D2.3D$42.D4.D7.D4.D4.D$42.D4.D6.D5.D4.D$42.D4.D12.D4.D$42. D4.D13.4D5$88.D$87.D$87.3D20$58.2A$57.B2AB$48.2A8.3B$49.A7.B.B$49.A.A B3.6B$50.2AB.8B6.2A$44.2A6.10B6.A$45.A6.11B2.BA.A$45.A.AB2.13B.B2A$
46.2AB.16B$48.18B$48.17B$49.16B$48.8B2D7B$46.10B2D7B$43.21B$41.5BC15B$41.5BCBC12B$41.5B3C12B$41.7BC4B3.6B$41.11B5.5B$41.4B2.4B6.5B$40.4B2. 4B7.B2A2B$39.4B2.4B9.2A$31.2A8.B2.4B$30.B2AB9.4B$31.2B$30.2B$29.BA2B. B$29.A.A3B$30.A.3B$27.3A4.B$27.A2$35.E$35.2E9$43.2E$43.E9$53.4B$54.4B$55.4B$56.4B$57.6B$57.8B$57.8B$56.9B$56.9B$56.10B$56.11B$54.5B2.6B$
44.2A8.5B2.4B$45.A9.9B$45.A.AB5.10B$46.2AB.3B.10B$48.17B$48.17B$49.
15B$48.15B$46.17B$39.2B2.20B$38.8BC9B2D5B$38.8BCBC4B.BD2BD5B$38.8B3C
4B.2B2D5B$38.10BC4B2.7B$38.14B3.7B$38.2B.4B10.7B$40.4B12.4B$39.4B14. 5B$38.4B5.4B9.2A$29.2A6.4B19.A$28.B2AB4.4B21.3A$29.3B3.4B24.A$28.B.B
3.4B5.B$27.10B5.2B$25.11B5.3B$24.11B5.4B$22.12B5.4B$21.12B5.4B$3.A16.
14B3.4B$2.A.A13.17B.4B$2.A.A12.22B$.2A.2A10.6B2A14B$4.B9.8B2A16B$.2AB 2AB6.27B$2.A.2A32B.B2A$A3.31B4.BA.A$2A4.29B7.A$4.29B9.2A$4.28B$4.4B2A 22B$2.2AB.2B2A21B$.A.AB.5B.15B.B.B2A$.A5.3B2.16B2.BA.A$2A6.3B.12B.2B 6.A$7.B2AB.11B10.2A$8.2A3.9B$14.3B.B$13.2B$12.2BAB$13.A.A$14.A16$54.A$54.3A$57.A$56.2A4.2B$44.2A10.8B$45.A12.7B$45.A.AB7.9B$46.2AB.3B3.10B
$48.19B$48.18B$49.15B$48.15B$46.17B$43.20B$42.4BC15B$42.4BCBC4B.3B2D
4B$42.4B3C4B2.2B2D3B$42.6BC4B2.7B$42.10B4.6B$42.3B10.7B$42.2B12.6B$
42.B13.7B$39.2A16.5B$40.A16.6B$37.3A15.9B$37.A17.2A.7B$56.A5.3B$53.3A
7.2B$53.A17$47.2A7.2A$47.A7.A2.A$48.3A.2A2.2A$50.A.A.2A$51.2B2.A$50. 4B.A.A$49.5B2.2A$46.8B$44.7B2DB$44.2BC4B2D$43.3BCBC4B$44.2B3C4B$43.5B
C4B$42.10B$41.4B$40.4B2$39.E$39.2E23$30.4B12.A$31.4B11.3A$32.4B13.A$33.4B11.2A$34.4B10.5B6.2A$35.4B11.4B5.A$36.4B9.6B.BA.A$37.4B7.7B.B2A$
38.4B4.11B$39.4B3.11B$40.17B$36.2A3.15B$37.A4.13B$37.A.AB2.12B2.2A$
38.2AB.15BA.A$40.16B3.A$40.16B3.2A$41.15B$40.15B$38.19B$36.21B$36.2BC 15B.2B$35.3BCBC4B.3BD3B$36.2B3C4B2.2BD3B$35.5BC4B3.BD4B$34.10B5.B.3B$
33.4B11.3BA3B$33.3B12.A.A.A2.A$31.4B11.3A.A.4A$31.2A12.A5.A$32.A12.2A
6.A$29.3A20.2A$29.A28$44.A14.B$44.3A11.4B$47.A9.4B$46.2A8.4B$34.2A10. 6B3.4B$35.A12.5B.4B$35.A.AB7.11B$36.2A5B3.13B$38.20B2A$38.20B2A$39. 20B$38.21B$36.20B$34.21B$34.2BC15B.4B$33.3BCBC4B.3BD3B4.2A$34.2B3C4B 2.2BD3B4.A$33.5BC4B3.BD4B4.3A$32.10B5.5B6.A$31.4B11.3BA3B$31.3B12.A.A .A2.A$29.4B11.3A.A.4A$29.2A12.A5.A$30.A12.2A6.A$27.3A20.2A$27.A32$87. 4B$86.4B$56.2A17.2C8.4B$57.A16.B2C2B5.4B$44.A11.A18.4B2.6B$44.3A9.2A
16.12B$47.A9.B15.12B$34.2A10.2A9.3B12.13B$35.A10.5B5.6B9.15B$35.A.AB
9.4B3.10B6.9B2D4B$36.2AB.3B4.6B.12B3.11B2D4B$38.7B.9BD3B2A15BE9B2C$38.17B2D2B2A15BEBE5B.C2BC2.2C$39.17B2D18B3E4B2.CBCB3.C2.C$38.18BD21BE 4B3.C4B.C.C.C$36.19BD26B6.B2C.C2.C$34.18B.B3.13B.8B9.BCB.C$34.2BC13B
7.7B.B4.8B8.C4.C$33.3BCBC4B.6B19.4B13.5C$34.2B3C4B2.B.5B16.4B$33.5BC 4B7.2A15.4B17.C$32.10B8.A15.4B17.C.C$31.4B16.3A11.4B19.C$31.3B19.A$29.4B$29.2A$30.A$27.3A$27.A22$37.C$36.2BC$36.3CB23.A$37.4B14.2C6.3A$
38.4B6.2A6.C9.A10.2A$39.4B5.A7.C.CB5.2A3.B5.B2AB.2A$40.4B6.A6.2CB5.8B
4.3B.2A$41.4B4.2A8.3B5.8B.6B$42.4B2.2B9.4B4.13B$35.2A6.8B9.4B2.14B.2B$36.A7.7B10.21B2A$36.A.2A5.7B2.B2.2B2.19B.B2A$37.A2.A4.19BD15B2.B$38. 2AB3.20BDBD4B.3B2D2B$39.14B2A9B3D4B2.2B2D2B$40.13B2A11BD4B2.6B$41.30B
2.6B$41.17B.4B5.4B.7B$42.15B3.2B7.4B.6B$42.15B3.3B7.9B$43.13B5.A2B.2A
4.8B$45.13B2.A.A2B.A5.8B$44.8B4.2A.A.AB2.A7.7B7.A$44.6B6.2ABA4.A9.6B 5.3A$44.5B8.B2.5A.A7.7B3.A$44.B.B8.A.3A5.2A7.7B3.2A$45.3B7.2A3.4A10.
2B3D7B$44.B2AB10.2A2.A.3A7.2BD7B$45.2A12.A6.A7.B3D7B$58.A15.10B$58.2A
14.11B$73.12B$72.13B$71.4B2.4B$70.4B3.2B2AB$69.4B5.BA2BA$68.4B6.2B2A.
A$67.4B8.3B.A$66.4B8.A4.A.2A$65.4B7.3A3.2A.2A$64.4B7.A$63.4B8.2A$62.
4B$61.4B$60.4B$59.4B18$43.C$42.2BC13.4B$42.3CB13.4B6.A$43.4B13.4B5.3A$44.4B6.2A5.4B7.A10.2A$45.4B5.A7.4B5.2A3.B5.B2AB.2A$46.4B6.A6.4B4.8B
4.3B.2A$47.4B4.2A7.4B5.8B.6B$48.4B2.2B9.4B4.13B$41.2A6.8B9.4B2.14B.2B$42.A7.7B10.21B2A$42.A.2A5.7B2.B2.2B2.19B.B2A$43.A2.A4.19BD15B2.B$44. 2AB3.20BDBD4B.3B2D2B$45.14B2A9B3D4B2.2B2D2B$46.13B2A11BD4B2.6B$47.30B
2.6B$47.17B.4B5.4B.7B$48.15B3.2B7.4B.6B$48.15B3.3B7.9B$49.13B5.A2B.2A
4.8B$51.13B2.A.A2B.A5.8B$50.8B4.2A.A.AB2.A7.7B$50.6B6.2ABA4.A9.6B$50.
5B8.B2.5A.A7.7B$50.B.B8.A.3A5.2A7.7B$51.3B7.2A3.4A10.2B3D3B$50.B2AB 10.2A2.A.3A7.2BD7B3.B$51.2A12.A6.A7.B3D7B.B2A$64.A15.13B2A$64.2A14.
14B$79.15B$78.14B$85.B2A2B$86.2A!
I added the new 2H-to-G to the collection, since it's nice and Spartan. Probably won't bother to add the hundreds of other equivalent circuits that are out there, though, so please don't go on a collecting binge on my account...

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8$15b3o$13b2o$13b2ob2o3$16bo$16b2o$18bo$16b2o$16bo6$7b2o3b3o$7bobo3bob
o$8bo$14bo!