Thread for your unsure discoveries

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » June 6th, 2020, 10:22 pm

4G diehard synthesis: minimum population is 8 (unlike the 3G synthesis has min pop of 9)

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x = 10, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
6bo$4b2o$5b2o$obo$b2o$bo5$4b2o$5b2o$4bo$8b2o$7b2o$9bo!
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by pew » June 6th, 2020, 11:42 pm

quadpole on quadpole synthesis. 11G and 10G. bottom one based on the known quadpole on ship synthesis. The top one can be used to stack quadpoles indefinitely i guess.

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x = 86, y = 100, rule = B3/S23
7$55bo$55bobo$55b2o$35bo$33bobo$34b2o$47bo$47bobo$41bo5b2o$31b2o8bobo$
31bobo7b2o$32b2o3$38bo$38b2o$37bobo4$42b2o$42bobo$43b2o43$50bo$48bobo$
49b2o4bo$54bo$54b3o2$52bo$53bo$4bo3bobo4b2o34b3o$2bobo3b2o5bobo$3b2o4b
o5bo46b2o$62bobo$63b2o$65b2o$4b3o58bobo$4bo61b2o$5bo$76b3o$76bo$77bo2$
73b3o$75bo$74bo4b2o$79bobo$79bo!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Jormungant » June 13th, 2020, 1:57 pm

I think kazyan is the one that used the following trick to make a p70 gun, just mentionning that the p8 version works too:

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x = 43, y = 44, rule = LifeHistory
2$14.3B$13.B2AB$13.B2ABA$3.B9.4B.A$3.2B10.A.4B$3.3B10.AB2A2B$3.4B10.B
2A2B$4.4B9.3B$5.4B9.2B$6.3BA10.B3.B$7.ABAB4.2B.3B2.5B$8.2A2B2.7B.5B$
9.4B.13B.B$10.17B.3B$10.17B.3B$10.17B.3B$9.18B$8.19B$7.2A19B$7.2A19B$
8.17B$9.4BA11B$9.4BA13B$10.6BABA10B$9.8B2A10B$8.9BA12B$8.21B$9.5B2AB
2A10B.2B$4.2A3.5BA3BA9B2.BAB$4.A3.6BA3BA6B3.5B$6.A.2AB.3BABA8B2.BAB3A
$5.2AB2AB5.A2.B2.B2AB3.2B2A.A$8.B6.3B5.2A6.A.2A2B$5.2A.2A5.B2AB13.3AB
AB$6.A.A7.2A15.5B$6.A.A24.BAB$7.A26.2B!
Tried to make some compact double barrel gun with that, but to no avail...

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by GUYTU6J » June 20th, 2020, 9:36 am

Random bait reaction delivery: HWSS + loaf → Herschel + 2G + LoM with catalytic eater.

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x = 34, y = 21, rule = LifeHistory
13.3D$15.D$14.D$10.2A$9.A2DA$9.DADA$9.D.C$9.2D$2.2A$A4.A25.D$6.A24.D.
D$A5.A24.3D$.6A26.D3$.D$D$3D5.2A$9.A$6.3A$6.A!
Now time to do real-life academic stuff...
Off-topic: please help write the Star Wars article on LifeWiki, in case someone didn't notice the Tiki bar and the thread.

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x = 33, y = 19, rule = B3/S23
4b2o$4b2o8bobo11b2o$15b2o11bobo$15bo14bo$30b2o$15b2o10b2obo$14bo2bo8bo
bobobo$15bobo9bo3b2o$16bo4$3bob2o$b3ob2o13b2o$o19b2o$b3ob2o6b2o$3bobo
7b2o$3bobo$4bo!
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Extrementhusiast » June 20th, 2020, 12:17 pm

dr2 found the following eater that isn't in the stamp collection:

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x = 14, y = 12, rule = B3/S23
10b2o$3bo5bobo$bobo5bo$2b2o4b2o$5b2o$4bo2b3o$3bobo4bo$b3obob2obo$o4bo
2bobob2o$b3obobo2bob2o$3bob2o3bo$9b2o!
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by nokangaroo » June 21st, 2020, 1:36 pm

Smaller p46 and p60 edge shooters

Based on honeyfarm syntheses.
For higher periods there are conduits that take a Herschel as input (HSW47T214 with a repeat time of 127, HNE-27T176 with a repeat time of 134).

p46:

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x = 63, y = 64, rule = LifeHistory
15.B.9B.B$13.2BA3B2A9B.B$12.B2ABAB3A12B$11.2BA4B3A12B2.B.6BA2B.B3.4B$
10.A2BA3BA25BA2B2A2B.4B$8.3A3B3A25BA5BA5B2A$7.A23.12BABA2B2A4B2A$6.A.
3A3B3A26BA3B2A4B.B$5.A.A2.A2BA3BA27B3A5B$5.A.A3.2BA4B3A12B$4.2A.2A3.B
2ABAB3A10B.13B3A5B$3.3B.3B3.2BA3B2A22BA3B2A4B.B$2.BA2B.2BAB4.B.8BA3B
2.12BABA2B2A4B2A$.B3AB.B3AB12.BABA3.11BA5BA5B2A$.2A2BA.A2B2A11.2B2A6.
10BA2B2A2B.4B$B2AB2A.2AB2AB9.4B9.B.6BA2B.B3.4B$.3B2A.2A3B9.4B$2BABAB.
BABA2B7.4B$BA2BAB.BA2BAB6.4B$4BAB.BA4B5.4B$BABA2B.2BABAB4.4B$2BA3B.3B
A2B3.4B$6B.6B2.4B$6B.6B.A3B$6B.2BA3BA3B$6B.BABA2B3A5.2A$.5B.8B5.B2AB$
6BA5BA3B5.4B$.8BA7B5.2B$.5B2A3B2A.4B3.3B$2.4B.5B3.4B.5B5.2A$13B3.5B3A
2B4.A$6B.5B5.3BA3BAB.BA.A$4B2.2A3B2A5.BA5BA.B2A8.2A$2B2AB.3BA3B3.2BA
3BA3BAB6.A.A2.A$2.2A2.A5BA3.2BA2BABA2BAB4.3A.2A$8.3B5.2BA3BA3BAB3.A4.
B$8.ABA3.2AB.BA5BA3B3.3AB2AB3.B.9B.B3.A2BA$9.A3.A.AB3.A3BA5B4.A.2AB.
8B3A6B.A3B$13.A6.B3A2B.4B5.11BA4BA9BA$12.2A5.5B4.4B6.8BA5BA8B2A$19.6B
4.4B4.10BA8BA3B.B$18.6B6.4B2.12B2A8B2A$14.B2.3BA3B7.2B2A.6B$12.7BABA
2B8.BABA12B2A8B2A$12.7BABA2B9.A13BA8BA3B.B$11.9BA3B10.12BA5BA8B2A$11.
11B.B2A9.12BA4BA9BA$12.9B2.BA.A9.12B3A6B.A3B$12.7B7.A12.2B.B.9B.B3.A
2BA$13.3BA2B7.2A11.2B$14.ABAB16.3B.B.3B.9B.B3.4B$15.2A2B15.10B2A11B.
4B$16.4B12.11BABA15B2A$17.4B10.11B2ABA15B2A$18.4B10.11B2A15B.B$19.4B
11.10BA15B$20.4B10.3B.B.3B$21.4B12.7BA15B$22.4B9.B.6B2A15B.B$23.4B7.
2A6B2ABA15B2A$24.3BA6.2A7BABA15B2A$25.3BA6.4B.4B2A11B.4B$26.3A6.4B3.B
.9B.B3.4B!

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x = 75, y = 76, rule = LifeHistory
6.A4.4B$5.A.A4.4B$5.A.A5.4B$4.2A.2A5.4B$3.3B.3B5.4B$2.4B.4B5.4B$.5B.
5B5.4B$.5B.5B6.4B$6B.6B6.4B$.5B.5B8.4B$6B.6B8.4B$6B.6B9.4B$6B.6B10.4B
$6B.6B11.4B$6B.6B12.4B$6B.6B13.4B$2BA3B.3BA2B14.4B$B4AB.B4AB15.4B$BA
3BA.A3BAB16.4B$.BA2BA.A2BAB18.4B$2B3AB.B3A2B18.4B$.11B20.4B$.11B21.4B
$.13B2.B.9B.B5.4B$.17B2A11B4.4B$.15B2AB2A11B4.4B$.15BA2BA13B4.4B$16BA
2BA13BA4.4B$.16B2A14B3A3.4B$2.5B.7B21.A3.4B$3.B2A2.9B2A14B3A5.4B$4.2A
3.7BA2BA13BA8.4B$8.8BA2BA13B10.4B$9.7B2AB2A11B12.4B$9.9B2A11B14.4B$
12.5B.9B.B17.4B$13.4B30.4B$14.4B30.4B$15.4B8.2A20.4B$16.3BA6.B2AB15.A
4.4B$17.ABAB6.4B13.A.A4.4B$18.2A2B6.2B14.A.A5.4B$19.4B4.3B13.2A.2A5.
4B$20.4B2.5B5.2A4.BAB.BAB5.4B$21.4B.6B4.A4.3AB.B3A5.4B$22.6BA3B.BA.A
3.A2BAB.BA2BA5.4B$23.4BABA2B.B2A4.4BA.A4B6.4B$22.4BA3BA3B5.B2A3B.3B2A
B6.4B$22.4BA3BA3B6.2A3B.3B2A8.4B$22.4BA3BA3B5.4BAB.BA4B8.4B$20.2AB.3B
ABA4B5.4B2A.2A4B9.4B$19.A.AB3.2BA4B6.2B3AB.B3A2B10.4B$19.A6.6B7.2B2A
2B.2B2A2B11.4B$18.2A5.8B6.2BA3B.3BA2B12.4B$25.9B5.6B.6B13.4B$24.6B.4B
4.6B.6B14.4B$20.B2.3BA3B2.4B3.6B.6B15.4B$18.7BABA2B3.4B2.6B.6B16.4B$
18.7BABA2B4.4B2.5B.5B18.4B$17.9BA3B5.10B.6B18.4B$17.11B.B2A4.2B2A5B.
5B20.4B$18.9B2.BA.A4.2A12B21.3B$18.3BA3B7.A5.BA12B21.2B$19.ABA3B7.2A
5.13B2.B.9B.B7.B$20.2A2B16.4B2A19B2ABA$21.4B15.3BA4B2ABA8B3A2B2A2BA$
22.4B14.3BA3B2ABA10B2A6BAB$23.4B15.B.BA5BA10B3A3B4A$24.4B18.A2B2A12BA
3BA3B3A$25.4B16.3BA5B20.A$26.4B13.2A18BA3BA3B3A$27.4B12.2A17B3A3B4A$
28.4B12.17B2A6BAB$29.3BA12.15B3A2B2A2BA$30.3BA12.19B2ABA$31.3A13.B6.B
.9B.B!
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p60:
x = 61, y = 60, rule = LifeHistory
10.A5.4B$8.3A6.4B$7.A10.4B$7.2A10.4B$5.4B11.4B$4.3B14.4B$3.B3A2B13.4B
$3.B3AB10.B4.4B$2.BA3BAB7.BA2B4.4B$2.7B5.B2A3B5.4B$2.2A3B2A3.2B3A4BA
4.4B$2.7B2.2B.B2A2BA2B5.4B$2.7B.2BAB.2BA.2B.BA4.4B$2.7B2.3AB.4A.3B5.
4B$3.5B2.B3ABA4.ABA3B4.4B$2.3A3B2.A3B2A.2A.A.5B4.4B$3.3B2A6B.A.2A.2A
3BA6.4B$3.3B3A.3BABA4.AB3AB7.4B$2.5B2A3.3B.4A.B3A9.4B$2.2B.ABAB3.AB.
2B.A2B.BAB10.4B$.4B2A2B5.2BA2B2AB.B12.4B$.9B4.A4B3AB14.4B$11B5.3B2AB
16.4B$2A3B2A.4B4.2BAB19.4B$2A3B2A2.4B4.B22.4B$7B3.2BAB9.2A16.4B$2B3A
2B4.2B2A7.B2AB16.4B$2B3A2B5.2A2B7.4B16.4B$.2BA2B7.4B7.2B18.4B$.5B8.4B
5.3B19.4B$2.3B10.4B3.5B5.2A12.4B$3.4B9.4B2.6B4.A14.4B$5.2A10.4B.6B.BA
.A15.4B$5.A12.8BAB.B2A13.B3.4B$6.3A9.8BA3B13.A3B3.4B$8.A9.7BA4B11.A2B
A2B4.4B$18.10BAB10.BA2BA4B3.4B$16.2AB.7B2AB9.B.A2BA4B4.4B$15.A.AB3.7B
9.3A.A2B.AB.2B3.4B$15.A6.7B9.3BA.4A.3B4.4B$14.2A5.9B7.A4BA4.2A4B3.4B$
21.10B6.B3ABA.2A.A.5B3.4B$20.6B2.2B2A4.5B.A.2A.AB3AB5.3B$16.B2.4B2AB
3.BABA4.4B2A4.A4BA6.2B$14.7B4AB4.A3B5.3B.4A.A3B8.B$14.6BA3BAB5.4B4.2B
.BA.2BA.3A$13.7BA5B6.4B5.4BA2BA.B$13.7B2A2B.B2A5.4B4.4BA2BAB$14.8BA2.
BA.A5.4B5.2BA2BA$14.7B7.A6.4B4.3BA12.2A$15.6B7.2A6.4B4.B14.A$16.4B4.
2A11.8B2.3BA2B3.BA.A$17.4B4.A12.9B4A4B.B2A$18.4B3.A.2A4.B2A10B4A7B$
19.4B3.A2B2.3BABA9BA2BA7B$20.4B4.2BA4B3A3B.4B4A6B$21.4B3.A2BA4B3A8B4A
4B$22.3BA3.2A4B3A5B2.B.3BA2B$23.3BA4.3BABA4B$24.3AB5.B2A3B!
In the pattern below the bottom gun can be advanced by 1 tick:

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x = 50, y = 54, rule = LifeHistory
18.B4.5BA$16.11BABAB$16.10BA3B2AB2.B.B2A3B$15.2A9BA3BAB2A4BABA4B$15.
2AB.7BA3BA.3A4B3A5B$16.B4.6BABAB2A2BA4B3A4B$23.5BA4B2A4B3A5B$28.10BAB
A6B.2A$27.8B2.B2A3B.2BA2.A$26.4B4.A10.B3A$25.4B4.A2BA8.B$24.4B5.3BA2B
7.3A$23.4B4.A5BA2B7.A.A$22.4B5.3A3B2A.B4.A3.A$21.4B4.2A.AB.2BA.A2B3.
4A$20.4B5.B2A.4A.3AB$19.4B4.A2BABA4.A3B2A4.2A$18.A3B4.A4B.A.2A.A5B4.
2A$10.2A5.A3B6.5BA.2A.A.4BA$9.B2AB3.B3A7.2A3BA4.ABA2BA$10.4B.4B9.B3A.
4A.2AB$11.2B.4B10.2BA.A2B.BA.2A$10.7B12.B.2A3B3A$9.7B3.2A9.2BA5BA$9.
6B4.A11.2BA3B$9.6B.BA.A13.A2BA$7.8B.B2A16.A$5.9BA3B17.B$5.9BA2B16.4B$
5.8BA3B14.3B2AB$3.2AB.10B13.4BABA2B$2.A.AB3.8B12.B.3B3A2B$2.A6.9B10.
3B.3B.BA.2B$.2A5.5B2.4B9.4B.4A.A2B$8.6B2.4B7.5BA4.AB2A2B$7.6B4.2B2A6.
B3ABA.2A.A.ABA2B$3.B2.2BA4B5.BABA4.2BABA.A.2A.AB3AB4.2A$.5B2ABABAB6.A
3B4.2B2ABA4.A5B4.2A$.4BA5BAB7.4B5.2BA.4A.4B$5BA7B8.4B4.2B.AB.3B.3B3.
4A$5B2A4B.B2A7.4B5.2B3A3B.B4.A3.A$.6B2AB2.BA.A7.4B4.2BABA4B7.A.A$.7B
7.A8.4B5.B2A3B7.3A$2.6B7.2A8.4B4.4B8.B$3.4B19.4B4.B10.B3A$4.4B7.2A10.
8B2.A5B.2BA2.A$5.4B7.A11.8BABA8B.2A$6.4B6.A.AB3.BABA8BAB2A8B$7.4B6.2A
B.3BA2BA6B2AB2A8B$8.4B7.8B2A2B.3BAB2A8B$9.4B6.6BA3B2A5BABA6B$10.3BA6.
7B2A4B2.B.A5B$11.3BA6.3BA2BA3B$12.3AB7.BABA2B!

Stable stop-and-go

Will delay the input signal (the glider from the NE) by the period of the Herschel.

The eater marked in yellow is taken from the HR49H conduit.

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x = 189, y = 110, rule = LifeHistory
134.2A11.A$133.B2AB9.A.A$134.3B9.A.A2.2A3.A$133.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A$
133.5B8.B2.A.A3.A.A12.2A$133.6B6.2ABA2.4A.A13.A$133.8B4.2A.A.A3.A12.B
A.A$134.13B2.A.AB2.A9.B.B2A$132.13B5.A.A2B.A7.4B$131.15B5.A2B.2A7.4B$
131.8BABA4B4.3B10.5B14.2A$130.9BABA5B.B.2B11.6B12.B2A2B$130.15B2A12B
2.8B13.4B$129.11BA4BABA22B13.4B$128.12BA6BA21B13.4B$127.2AB3.12B3A12B
.7B13.7B$126.A2.A4.35B12.7B$125.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.19B11.7B2A$125.A7.6B
14.17B8.9B2A$124.2A6.9B14.15B.2B2.11B.B$131.4B4.2A15.29B$131.4B4.A16.
8B.20B$130.5B5.3A11.8B3.2B2A16B$127.9B6.A11.2A3.B5.2B2A16B$127.9B19.A
10.18B$127.9B16.3A12.B.3B.4B$127.10B15.A19.4B$126.12B33.BA2B$125.13B
8.2A22.2A2B$126.11B9.A22.2B2A$127.12B4.BA.A21.4B$127.15B.B2A10.A10.4B
$127.17B12.3A7.4B$127.17B15.A5.4B$124.B.17B15.2A4.4B$123.2A19B14.9B6.
2A$123.2AB.19B14.6B7.A$124.B4.20B2.2B2.B3.6B5.2A.A$129.36B4.A2.A$129.
9B.27B3.B2A$130.7B2.16B2A14B$130.7B2.16B2A13B$130.6B4.29B$130.7B10.2B
.B.17B$130.6B10.3B4.15B$129.7B6.2A.2BA5.15B$130.5B7.A.2BA.A5.13B$129.
6B8.A2.BA.A2.13B$128.9B7.A3.A.A.2A4.8B$127.7B.2A5.A.4A2.AB2A6.6B$126.
4B5.A5.A.A3.A.A2.B8.5B$125.4B7.3A2.A.A2.A2.2A.2A9.B.B$124.4B10.A3.A3.
2A2.A.A9.3B$28.A11.2A81.4B23.A.A9.B2AB$27.A.A9.2BAB79.4B25.A11.2A$9.
2A8.A3.2A2.A.A9.3B79.4B$8.B2AB6.A.A2.A2.2A.2A9.B.B77.4B$9.3B6.A.A3.A.
A2.B8.ABA2B76.4B$8.B.B8.A.4A2.AB2A6.6B75.4B$8.5B8.A3.A.A.2A4.A2BA3BA
74.4B$8.6B6.A2.BA.A2.5BABA4BA74.4B$7.6B6.A.2BA.A5.2B3A8B71.4B$6.7B6.
2A.2BA5.2B2A11B69.4B$7.6B10.3B4.3B2A3BA6B68.4B$7.7B10.2B.B.8BA8B66.4B
$7.6B4.20B2A7B65.4B$7.7B2.6B2A14BA8B63.4B$7.7B2.5BABA24B61.4B$6.9B.BA
5BA19B3.B2A59.4B$6.8B2A2BA23B4.A2.A57.4B$.B4.7BA5BA6B2.2B2.B3.6B5.2A.
A55.A3B$2AB.8B2AB2A6B14.6B7.A54.BABA$2A11B4A3BA14.9B6.2A52.2B2A$.B.
11BA4BA15.2A4.4B58.4B$4.12B3A2B15.A5.4B26.A29.4B$4.12BA4B12.3A7.2B2A
23.3A28.4B$4.15B.B2A10.A10.BABA21.A30.4B$4.12B4.BA.A21.A3B20.2A28.4B$
3.11B9.A22.4B17.4B27.4B$2.13B8.2A22.4B15.3B28.4B$3.12B33.4B14.BA2B26.
4B$4.10B15.A19.4B12.2B3A16.E8.4B$4.9B16.3A12.B.3B.4B11.2B3AB13.3E7.4B
$4.9B19.A10.6B2ABA8B2.8B5.2E5.E9.4B$4.9B6.A11.2A3.B5.2B3A2B2A2BA18B2.
3E.E4.2E7.4B$7.5B5.3A11.8B3.3B2A6BA17B2.E4.E2.4B6.4B$8.4B4.A16.8B.4B
2A4B2A8B.7B4.3E.E.2EB7.4B$8.4B4.2A15.18BA19B5.E.E2BEB6.4B$.2A6.9B14.
15B.2A2.19B6.2B2EB6.4B$2.A7.6B14.17B8.17B5.4B6.4B$2.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.
19B11.15B.2B2.4B5.4B$3.A2.A4.12BA3B2A17B12.15B3A7B2.4B$4.2AB3.7B4A3BA
B2ABA7B.7B13.8B.4BA3B2A11B$5.10BA6BABA4B2A15B10.8B3.4BABA2B2A4B2A3B$
6.10BA3BA2B3A2B2A17B9.2A3.B5.3BA5BA5B2A3B5.7B.B$7.9B4A4B2A10B2.5BA2B
11.A10.3BA2B2A11B5.13B.B$7.17B.B.2B11.B2A3B8.3A.B10.2BA2B.B.2BD35B2.B
$8.15B4.3B10.B3AB9.A14.B7.2B2D34B.B2A$8.15B5.A2B.2A7.4B32.B2D37B2A$9.
13B5.A.A2B.A7.4B32.17B2A19B.2B$11.13B2.A.AB2.A9.B.B2A31.16B2A19B$10.
8B4.2A.A.A3.A12.BA.A31.B2.19B3.2B2.6B$10.6B6.2ABA2.4A.A13.A34.2B3.B2.
10B$10.5B8.B2.A.A3.A.A12.2A34.AB6.6B$10.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A47.A.A7.3B$
11.3B9.A.A2.2A3.A48.2A8.B$10.B2AB9.A.A65.2A$11.2A11.A66.A$92.3A$94.A!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » July 14th, 2020, 6:27 am

H-to-G3:

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x = 48, y = 40, rule = B3/S23
10bo$10b3o$13bo19bo$12b2o17b3o$30bo$30b2o$38b2o$38bo$36bobo$30bo5b2o$
4b2o24bo$5bo24b3o$5bobo24bo$6b2o3$o$3o$3bo$2b2o7$bo$bobo32bo$b3o31bobo
$3bo15b2o13bo2bo$19b2o14b2o$10b2o3bo28b2o$11bo4b2o26bobo$8b3o3b2o30bo$
8bo7bo29b2o2$24b2o$25bo$22b3o$22bo!
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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Jormungant » July 17th, 2020, 6:30 pm

this periodic oscillator... is known?

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x = 58, y = 55, rule = LifeHistory
4$22.2A15.4B$15.2A3.2B2AB13.5B$14.B2AB2.4B14.3A2B$15.2B3.6B.B9.B3A2B$
16.2B2.10B6.2B3AB$15.2B2A11B4.B3A2B6.2A$12.B.3B2A12B2.2B3AB6.B2AB$11.
2A18B2.2B3A8.2B$11.2AB.15B2.6B9.2B3.B$12.B2.22B9.4B.B2A$16.18B.B8.8B
2A$16.3B2A15B2.2B2.6B2AB.B$8.2B7.31B2A$8.3B7.7B.24B$6.2B3A7.6B2.28B$
6.2B3AB5.7B.29B$7.B3A.B4.6B.29B2A$9.2B3AB3.9B5.6B.14B2A$10.B3A2B2.8B
4.4B.4B2.11B.B$11.3A11B3.2A4B2.4B2.10B$11.5B.7B2.2BA6B2.14B$12.15B2A
2B3AB3.14B$14.4B3A6BA.2BA.3A2.13B$15.5BA2B.3B2ABA4BA2.13B$12.2B.4B3AB
.5BA.A5B.B3A4B.2B$10.13B2.A4BAB2A3B.2BA4B$10.13B2.3A.A2B.A6B3A2B$9.
14B3.B3A2B2A10B.4B$10.14B2.6BA2B2.7B.5B$9.10B3.3B2.4B2A3.11B3A$7.B.
11B2.4B.4B4.8B2.2B3AB$6.2A14B.6B5.9B3.B3A.B$6.2A29B.6B4.2B3AB$7.29B.
7B5.B3A2B$7.28B2.6B7.3A2B$11.24B.7B7.3B$11.2A31B7.2B$8.B.B2A6B2.2B2.
15B2A2B$7.2A8B8.B.18B$7.2AB.4B9.21B3.B$8.B3.2B9.6B2.15B.B2A$13.2B8.3A
2B2.18B2A$12.B2AB6.B3A2B2.12B2A3B.B$13.2A6.B.3AB4.11B2A2B$19.B3A2B6.
10B2.2B$18.2B3AB9.B.6B3.2B$18.2B3A14.4B2.B2AB$20.3B13.B2A2B3.2A$20.2B
15.2A!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by calcyman » July 17th, 2020, 7:27 pm

Jormungant wrote:
July 17th, 2020, 6:30 pm
this periodic oscillator... is known?
Yes, I (re?) discovered it when trying to find the legendary p64 oscillator that appears to be permanently lost:
Dean Hickerson wrote:
Noam Elkies wrote:
Dave Buckingham wrote:This was the first period independent
B-heptomino turn and yielded the P256 gun (as shown), but since
the released gliders pass through the mechanism, this is the only
period glider gun possible (with a Figure 8, the gliders
can be removed, and 4 B's cycled, but defeats the purpose).
Ergo, still no period 64 gun!
Wait a minute -- that seems to indicate that you *did* have a P64
oscillator at this time, made of 4 B's and and 4 90-degree turns
each composed of four blocks and a Figure 8. At that time, no
P64 oscillator was known at all; my attempts to construct one
along those lines failed. Even now with the full b7 toolkit this
would be the simplest P64 oscillator. What does it look like?
I'm puzzled about this too. For a while I thought he might have
meant a Kok's galaxy rather than a figure 8: A galaxy will fit in
the middle of the 'p64'; there are timings that delete the gliders
and other timings that let the B-heptominos pass unharmed, but none
that do both.
Bill Gosper wrote:
Mark Niemiec wrote: At one point DJB intimated that he did have a gliderless P64 oscillator,
but never showed it to me. I'll have to ask him if he still has it.
He told me about it (and all the guns) by phone in July, which is how
long I've been biting my tongue. He said the p64 was the squarest
oscillator he ever saw.
I found the p128 but had no luck rediscovering the elusive p64.
What do you do with ill crystallographers? Take them to the mono-clinic!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Jormungant » July 18th, 2020, 5:22 am

"He said the p64 was the squarest oscillator he ever saw".

squarest eh? is it this one that got discovered recently, or ith as to be rotation symmetric H-track?

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x = 27, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
3$17b2o$17b2o2$14bo$13bobo$3b2o8bobo$3b2o9bo2$11bo$10b3o$10bo5bo$14b3o
$15bo2$12bo9b2o$11bobo8b2o$11bobo$12bo2$8b2o$8b2o!
now... there is a p16 that won over the "squarest oscillator" title for sure

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x = 20, y = 20, rule = B3/S23
10b2o3b2o$10b2o3b2o$6bo$2o3b2o$2o2bo10bo$5bo3b2o2b2obo$5bo3bo6b2o2$2o$
2o3bo7b2o$5b2o7bo3b2o$18b2o2$2b2o6bo3bo$3bob2o2b2o3bo$4bo10bo2b2o$13b
2o3b2o$13bo$3b2o3b2o$3b2o3b2o!

In any case, I guess I was wondering if there is a way to fix the following:

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x = 116, y = 69, rule = LifeHistory
75.6B$76.6B$75.6B$76.6B$45.2A9.2A17.6B$45.A11.A18.6B$46.A9.A18.6B$45.
2A9.2A18.6B$43.BA4.A3.A4.AB15.6B$42.2B6A3.6A2B15.6B$43.A.B11.B.A15.6B
$44.A2BA7.A2BA17.6B$44.B.A.A2.A2.A.A.B16.6B$42.3A.A.7A.A.3A15.6B$41.A
2.2ABA7.AB2A2.A13.6B$41.2A.B2A2B2A.2A2B2AB.2A14.6B$27.2A15.3BA2.A.A2.
A3B16.6B$20.2A3.2B2AB14.B4A.A.A.4AB17.6B$19.B2AB2.4B15.A.A3BA.A3BA.A
16.6B$20.2B3.6B.B11.B2A3B3.3B2AB17.6B$21.2B2.10B.B8.2BA.5A.A2B17.6B$
20.15B.B5.B4.B7AB20.6B$17.B.15B2A13.5B14.B6.6B$16.2A4B4ABA6B2A13.5B
13.3B6.6B$16.2AB.7BAB3A3B2.B12.4B11.3B3A4.7B$17.B2.7BAB2A7B2.2C8.4B5.
4B2.2B3A2B3.8B$21.17B2.B7.7B2.10BA3B2ABA4B2A3B$21.BA2BA13BAB2.2B2.20B
A3B2A2BA2BAB2A3B$13.2B7.A16BA34B2A2BA3BA3B$13.3A7.3BA3B.8BA24BA3B2A4B
2A2B3A2BA3B$11.BA3B7.A2BA2B2.33BAB3A2B3A6B2ABA3B$11.BA3BA5.2B3A2B.12B
2A22B2ABABA6BA2BABA3B3.2A3.2A5.2B$12.A2BA.A4.6B.12BA12B.B5.17B2A2BA7B
2AB2.2AB2.BA4B$14.ABA2BA3.9B5.6B.9B10.B2.3BABA7B3A10B4.3B2A5B$15.A3BA
B2.8B4.4B.4B2.8B12.B2ABA14B.10B.2B2A4B2A$16.3BA10B3.6B2.4B2.7B12.A4BA
11B4.6B2A4B2A4B2A$16.3A2B.7B2.BAB2AB2AB2.17B7.A3BA13B4.A3B2A.3A2B2A2B
.B$17.14B2AB2A2B2A3.15BAB7.4AB.11B4.B4A3B2A3B2AB$19.12BAB.3B.3B2.14BA
BA7.4B2.12B4.3A3B2.4B.AB$20.8B.9B2AB2.13BA3BA13.4B.2BA3B4.7B2.B.BA2B.
2A$17.2B.8B.2B2A2B.2B2A2B.8B.3B.BA2B.A17.BABA2B3.4B2AB5.2AB.B2A$15.
13B2.B2A9B.7B8.A3BAB16.2A2B3.2AB.B2A5.B2A4B$15.13B2.3B.3B.BA10B9.A3BA
B17.B4.2A.2BAB.B2.7B$14.14B3.2A2B2AB2A9B.4B6.ABA2B25.BA.4B2.3B3A$15.
14B2.B2AB2ABAB2.7B.2B3A5.BAB27.B2A3B2A3B4AB$14.10B3.3B2.6B3.10BA3B6.
2B25.B.2B2A2B3A.2A3BA$12.B.11B2.4B.4B4.8B2.BA3BA31.2A4B2A4B2A6B$11.2A
14B.6B5.9B3.A2BA.A30.2A4B2A2B.9B$11.2A16BA12B.6B4.ABA2BA29.5B2A3B4.4B
$12.15B2A12B.2B3A2B5.A3BAB28.4BAB2.B2A2.B2A2B$12.28B2.2BA2BA7.3BAB30.
2B5.2A3.2A$16.15BA8B.3BA3B7.3A$16.2A13BA16BA7.2B$13.B.B2A6B2.2B2.BA
13BA2BA$12.2A8B8.B.18B$12.2AB.4B9.11B2ABA6B3.B$13.B3.2B9.3A3B2.3B3ABA
7B.B2A$18.2B8.3BAB2.2A6BAB4A4B2A$17.B2AB6.A3BAB2.2A15B.B$18.2A6.A.A2B
A4.15B$24.A2BABA6.10B2.2B$23.BA3BA9.B.6B3.2B$23.BA3B14.4B2.B2AB$25.3A
13.B2A2B3.2A$25.2B15.2A!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by VadeveSi » July 18th, 2020, 4:38 pm

Hi all,

Today I was fiddling around with a Garden of Eden search script, and when inputting Garden_of_Eden_11 as a test, I accidentally removed the bottom row of cells.
Interestingly enough, this still resulted in a valid Garden according to my script.
JavaLifeSearch was unable of finding a parent as well.
So, I stripped it some more, and I now have what I believe could be the smallest Garden yet, fitting in a bounding box of 11x5 with only 27 living cells.

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x = 11, y = 5, rule = Life
bo2bobobo$ob3o2b3o$bobobo2bobo$b3o2b2o2bo$2o3b2o2bo!
Does anyone know if there is a smaller Garden known that isn't on the wiki?
I am very doubtful that there has been no discovery of any smaller Garden's of Eden in the past 3 years.
Furthermore, on Achim Flammenkamp's webpage (http://wwwhomes.uni-bielefeld.de/achim/orphan_11th.html), it states that there is a 12th Garden, however the link to it is dead.

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by gameoflifemaniac » July 18th, 2020, 4:44 pm

VadeveSi wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 4:38 pm
Hi all,

Today I was fiddling around with a Garden of Eden search script, and when inputting Garden_of_Eden_11 as a test, I accidentally removed the bottom row of cells.
Interestingly enough, this still resulted in a valid Garden according to my script.
JavaLifeSearch was unable of finding a parent as well.
So, I stripped it some more, and I now have what I believe could be the smallest Garden yet, fitting in a bounding box of 11x5 with only 27 living cells.

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x = 11, y = 5, rule = Life
bo2bobobo$ob3o2b3o$bobobo2bobo$b3o2b2o2bo$2o3b2o2bo!
Does anyone know if there is a smaller Garden known that isn't on the wiki?
I am very doubtful that there has been no discovery of any smaller Garden's of Eden in the past 3 years.
Furthermore, on Achim Flammenkamp's webpage (http://wwwhomes.uni-bielefeld.de/achim/orphan_11th.html), it states that there is a 12th Garden, however the link to it is dead.
Wow, that is amazing!!! This 45-cell Garden of Eden was known to be the smallest one for 11 years:

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x = 11, y = 11, rule = B3/S23
3b2o3bo$2bo2bobobo$bobo2bo3bo$obobo2bobo$o2bobo2bo$bo2b3o2bo$2bo2bobo
2bo$bobo2bobobo$o3bo2bobo$bobobo2bo$2bo3b2o!
Your discovery is awesome.
Last edited by gameoflifemaniac on July 18th, 2020, 4:45 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Ian07 » July 18th, 2020, 4:45 pm

VadeveSi wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 4:38 pm
Furthermore, on Achim Flammenkamp's webpage (http://wwwhomes.uni-bielefeld.de/achim/orphan_11th.html), it states that there is a 12th Garden, however the link to it is dead.
Achim probably just put the link there as a placeholder for when GoE12 gets discovered, and the page it links to hasn't actually been made yet.

For example, here's an archived version of the orphan_9th page from August 28, 2016 which already displays the "YES" link to orphan_10th, despite orphan_10th not being discovered until a few weeks later on September 16.

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by VadeveSi » July 18th, 2020, 4:59 pm


Wow, that is amazing!!! This 45-cell Garden of Eden was known to be the smallest one for 11 years:
Is there a way to be 100% sure that it is indeed a Garden of Eden and not just an error by me?

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Ian07 » July 18th, 2020, 5:07 pm

VadeveSi wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 4:59 pm
Is there a way to be 100% sure that it is indeed a Garden of Eden and not just an error by me?
Unfortunately it's not, as A for awesome posted this predecessor on Discord:

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x = 15, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
6bobo2bo$3bobo4bo$4b8o2bo$5b6obo$3bobo2bob4o$bo2bobo2b5o$ob2o2b2o2bob
o$bo3bobo3b2obo$2bo3bobo2b2o$bob3o5b2o$2ob2o2b3ob4o$3obob7o$bo2b2obob
2o$bo2b3o$5bo$5bo!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by gameoflifemaniac » July 18th, 2020, 5:08 pm

Ian07 wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 5:07 pm
VadeveSi wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 4:59 pm
Is there a way to be 100% sure that it is indeed a Garden of Eden and not just an error by me?
Unfortunately it's not, as A for awesome posted this predecessor on Discord:

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x = 15, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
6bobo2bo$3bobo4bo$4b8o2bo$5b6obo$3bobo2bob4o$bo2bobo2b5o$ob2o2b2o2bob
o$bo3bobo3b2obo$2bo3bobo2b2o$bob3o5b2o$2ob2o2b3ob4o$3obob7o$bo2b2obob
2o$bo2b3o$5bo$5bo!
Aww man
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!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by A for awesome » July 18th, 2020, 5:15 pm

Ian07 wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 5:07 pm
VadeveSi wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 4:59 pm
Is there a way to be 100% sure that it is indeed a Garden of Eden and not just an error by me?
Unfortunately it's not, as A for awesome posted this predecessor on Discord:

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rle
Anyway, here's a much better example parent (found with JLS):

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x = 14, y = 8, rule = B3/S23
bob2obo2bo$2b4o2bo$obo2bob3o$2bo2bo2bo2bo$4bobo4bo$bob2o2b3obobo$2bo2b
obo3bo$o2bo9bo!
By any chance were you either checking only predecessors that fit within the same bounding box, or checking only predecessors that fit within a bounding box one larger on all sides? Trying either of those while setting an all-off background elsewhere gives no solutions for me with JLS, but expanding it one larger gives the above one. For Garden of Eden/orphan–checking searches, it's often better to set unchecked cells (with U) to surround the pattern rather than off cells, to rule out local predecessors that leave more distant junk (or you can leave a four-cell — if I remember right — border around everything if you'd rather, but the search will take longer [EDIT: no, this doesn't work, please disregard it]).
Last edited by A for awesome on July 18th, 2020, 5:25 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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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 unsure discoveries

Post by VadeveSi » July 18th, 2020, 5:17 pm

Ian07 wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 5:07 pm
Unfortunately it's not, as A for awesome posted this predecessor on Discord:

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x = 15, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
6bobo2bo$3bobo4bo$4b8o2bo$5b6obo$3bobo2bob4o$bo2bobo2b5o$ob2o2b2o2bob
o$bo3bobo3b2obo$2bo3bobo2b2o$bob3o5b2o$2ob2o2b3ob4o$3obob7o$bo2b2obob
2o$bo2b3o$5bo$5bo!
Ah, well there is my mistake: I assumed that checking for a parent in a bounding box one cell larger in every direction was enough.
At least now that this is incorrect, which really increases the complexity of the problem even further.
Thanks for checking! :wink:

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Macbi » July 18th, 2020, 5:21 pm

VadeveSi wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 5:17 pm
Ian07 wrote:
July 18th, 2020, 5:07 pm
Unfortunately it's not, as A for awesome posted this predecessor on Discord:

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x = 15, y = 16, rule = B3/S23
6bobo2bo$3bobo4bo$4b8o2bo$5b6obo$3bobo2bob4o$bo2bobo2b5o$ob2o2b2o2bob
o$bo3bobo3b2obo$2bo3bobo2b2o$bob3o5b2o$2ob2o2b3ob4o$3obob7o$bo2b2obob
2o$bo2b3o$5bo$5bo!
Ah, well there is my mistake: I assumed that checking for a parent in a bounding box one cell larger in every direction was enough.
At least now that this is incorrect, which really increases the complexity of the problem even further.
See here if you want to know the sure way to check whether something is a GoE.

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by Jormungant » July 27th, 2020, 10:41 am

p128 gun / Hershel producer :D

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x = 84, y = 77, rule = LifeHistory
61.4B$62.4B$63.4B$64.4B8.2A$65.4B6.A2.A$66.4B2.BA2.A.A$60.A6.4B.B4A.
2A$42.2A9.2A5.3A5.5B6.A$42.A11.A8.A4.4B.B.4A$43.A9.A8.2A4.7BA$42.2A9.
2A7.14B.2A$25.2B13.BA4.A3.A4.AB7.10B4.A$24.BAB12.2B6A3.6A2B4.13B3.A.A
$24.3A2B11.A.B11.B.A5.14B3.2A$23.AB3AB12.A2BA7.A2BA6.13B$22.A.2BAB13.
B.A.A2.A2.A.A.B6.13B$20.BA2B.A13.3A.A.7A.A.3A4.12B$19.B3ABA13.A2.2ABA
7.AB2A2.A4.12B$19.2B3A14.2A.B2A2B2A.2A2B2AB.2A3.14B$21.BAB17.3BA2.A.A
2.A3B6.14B$21.2B18.B4A.A.A.4AB7.12B$20.B16.B3.A.A3BA.A3BA.A7.12B$19.
4B14.B3.B2A3B3.3B2AB7.11B$17.7B13.B4.2BA.5A.A2B5.13B$15.9B4.4B7.B4.B
7AB6.2A12B$14.11B.5B2A13.5B8.2A13B$7.4B4.16B2AB12.5B8.5B2A3B2A3B$7.6B
4.4B2A3B2A6B13.4B8.5BABA2BABA2B$6.6AB2A2.2B2AB4ABA6B13.4B6.9B2A3B2AB$
6.6AB2A2B.B2A4B2A8B10.7B2.13B2A2BA2B$5.3B.3B.2A3B.2A4BA12B2.2B2.13BD
10B3A3B2.A$5.B2A5B2A2B.3BA2BA32BDBD4B.4BA4B.A.A$4.2B2A2B.2B2A2B3.B3A
3B.29B3D4B2.B.6B2.A$4.2B2A5B2AB4.6B2.31BD4B5.5B$4.2B2A.3B.3B3.7B.26BA
BA7B5.B2A2B$4.2B2AB6A4.6B.12BA12B.B2AB11.AB.A.B2A$6.2AB6A5.9B7.ABAB.
9B.3BA11.A.2A2.BA.A$8.6B6.8B8.B2AB3.11B12.A8.A$10.4B5.8B10.2B5.9B2.2B
8.2A8.2A$19.7B8.2AB4.11B3.BAB$19.6B4.B2.2B3A3.18B$18.7B3.2A2BA2BABA2.
12B.BAB3A$15.10B3.2A2B2A2B2A2.9B2AB2.2B2A.A$14.B2A2B3A3B4.3B2A2.B3.8B
.2A5.A.2A2B$13.3B2A7B4.3B8.7B10.3ABAB$13.BABA8B14.8B11.5B$13.BA10B15.
6B12.BAB$2.2B9.13B13.7B13.2B$2.BAB9.7B2.4B11.9B4.4B3.2B$2B3A9.8B2.2B
2A9.8B6.6B$B3ABA9.9B.BABA7.9B5.6AB2A$.BA2B.A7.12BA12B.6B4.6AB2A2B$3.A
.2BAB3.26B.7B3.3B.3B.2A2B$4.AB3AB.26B2.6B4.B2A5B2A2B$5.3A2B.26B.3B3AB
3.2B2A2B.2B2A2B$5.BAB2.30BA2BA3B.2B2A5B2AB$6.2B3.10B2.2B2.12BA4B2A.3B
2A.3B.3B$12.7B.B9.8B2A4B2AB.2B2AB6A$12.6B.B11.6BAB4AB2A2B2.2AB6A$13.
3B2.4B9.6B2A3B2A4B4.6B$13.3B2.6B7.B2A16B4.4B$14.B2.6AB2A6.2A5B.11B$
17.6AB2A2B5.4B4.9B$16.3B.3B.2A2B13.7B$16.B2A5B2A2B14.4B$15.2B2A2B.2B
2A2B16.B$15.2B2A5B2AB15.2B$15.2B2A.3B.3B14.BAB$15.2B2AB6A15.3A2B$17.
2AB6A14.AB3AB$19.6B14.A.2BAB$21.4B12.BA2B.A$36.B3ABA$36.2B3A$38.BAB$
38.2B!
a common eater in h-to-x cannot be placed, so the follow-ups are limited, but the following works at least:

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x = 106, y = 76, rule = LifeHistory
2$47.2A9.2A$47.A11.A$48.A9.A22.A$47.2A9.2A19.3A$30.2A13.2B4.A3.A4.2B
16.A$29.3B12.2AB5A3.5AB2A15.2A$29.A3BA11.B.A11.A.B13.5B8.A$28.A4BA12.
4A7.4A13.2A2B10.3A$27.A.ABAB13.A.A.A2.A2.A.A.A11.2B2A3B5.2A5.A$25.BAB
A.A13.3A.B.7A.B.3A9.7B.B2.B2AB3.2A5.2E$24.A4BA13.A2.B2AB7.B2AB2.A8.
10B2.2B4.B6.E$24.A3BA14.2A.4B3A.3A4B.2A9.9B3.2B2.2B3.BE.E$26.3B17.BA
2B2.A.A2.2BAB11.21B.BCE$26.2A18.A2B2A.A.A.2A2BA11.20B2DB$25.B16.B3.B.
AB3A.3ABA.B11.21B2D$24.4B14.B3.2A2BAB3.BA2B2A11.20B2D$22.7B13.B4.2BA.
5A.A2B5.4B2.21BD3B$20.9B4.4B7.B4.BA5BAB6.24B6.CE$19.11B.7B13.5B8.23B
7.E$12.A2BA4.19B12.A3BA8.21B10.3E$12.4BAB4.17B13.BA2B8.22B11.E$11.6B
2AB2.17B13.4B6.24B$11.AB2A6BA.17B10.7B2.26B$10.BAB.A2B.A4B.19B2.2B2.
6B2A5BD13B.10B$10.A3BAB3A3B.13B2A6B3A7BA2B2A3BDBD4B.7B2.2B4.2A$9.A5B.
5BA3.7B.3B2A5B2A3BA4B3A2BA3B3D4B2.3B.B4.B4.A$9.3B3ABA3BA4.6B2.9B2A2BA
BA4BA4BA5BD4B4.2B2A3.2A4.3A$9.3BA.2BA.BAB3.7B.2A9BA5BA3B5A10B4.BA2.A
4.A6.A$9.A6B2ABA4.6B.2B2A9B2A2BA5B2A.4B12.3A5.A.A$11.B2A6B5.7BAB7.4B.
2BA6B.4B22.2A$13.BA4B6.8B8.4B3.11B14.3A$15.A2BA5.8B10.2B5.9B2.2B11.A
2.A$24.7B8.3B4.11B3.BAB12.2A$24.6B4.A2.2A3B3.15BABA$23.7B3.A3B2A2B2A
2.12B.BA3BA$20.10B3.A7B2A2.9B2AB2.BA2B.A$19.2A9B4.4AB2.B3.8B.2A5.A.2B
AB$18.B2A9B4.3B8.7B10.A3BAB$18.12B14.8B11.ABA2B$18.12B15.6B12.BAB$7.
2A9.13B13.7B13.2B$7.3B9.7B2.4B11.9B4.A2BA3.2B$5.A3BA9.8B2.4B9.8B6.4BA
B$5.A4BA9.6BA2B.4B7.BA7B5.6B2AB$6.BABA.A7.2A5BA2B2A9B2A2B.6B4.AB2A6BA
$8.A.ABAB3.5A3BA5BA9B2A.7B3.BAB.A2B.A3B$9.A4BA.A4BA4BABA2B2A9B2.6B4.A
3BAB3A3B$10.A3BA.A2B3A4BA3B2A5B2A3B.7B3.A5B.5BA$10.3B2.B2A2BA7B3A6B2A
13B.3B3ABA3BA$11.2A3.2B2A6B2.2B2.19B.4BA.2BA.BAB$17.7B.B9.17B.A6B2ABA
$17.6B.B11.17B2.B2A6B$18.3B2.A2BA9.17B4.BA4B$18.3B2.4BAB7.19B4.A2BA$
19.B2.6B2AB6.7B.11B$22.AB2A6BA5.4B4.9B$21.BAB.A2B.A3B13.7B$21.A3BAB3A
3B14.4B$20.A5B.5BA16.B$20.3B3ABA3BA15.2A$20.3BA.2BA.BAB14.3B$20.A6B2A
BA15.A3BA$22.B2A6B14.A4BA$24.BA4B14.A.ABAB$26.A2BA12.BABA.A$41.A4BA$
41.A3BA$43.3B$43.2A!

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by dvgrn » July 27th, 2020, 11:07 am

Jormungant wrote:
July 27th, 2020, 10:41 am
p128 gun / Hershel producer :D ...
Tricky! I sure wouldn't have bet on that block+glider cleanup working, especially in time to repeat at p128.

Since this is "unsure discoveries", and I wasn't sure where this technology came from, I went back and looked. The Herschel splitter is at least as old as a 2003 gun by David Eppstein (center, below).

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x = 289, y = 96, rule = LifeHistory
22.4B$21.4B$20.4B$19.4B$18.4B$17.4B$16.4B$15.4B$14.4B$3.2A8.4B$2.A2.A
6.4B$2.A.A2.AB2.4B$.2A.4AB.4B6.A$.A6.5B5.3A5.2A9.2A$2.4A.B.4B4.A8.A
11.A$5.A7B4.2A8.A9.A$2.2A.14B7.2A9.2A$2.A4.10B7.BA4.A3.A4.AB13.2B$A.A
3.13B4.B7A3.7AB12.3A$2A3.14B5.A.B11.B.A11.BA3B133.2B$6.4BA8B6.3BA7.A
3B12.BA3BA72.2A56.6B69.2A$6.3B3A7B6.A.A.A2.A2.A.A.A13.A2BA.A70.B2AB6.
2A2.2A11.2A28.2B6A2B67.A.A$7.B2ABA7B4.3A.A.7A.A.3A13.A.A2BA68.3B7.A3.
A.A6.2A2.A27.3BA6BA3B59.2A6.A$6.2B2A8B4.A2.3BA7.A3B2.A13.A3BAB68.B.B
3.BA.A5.A5.A2.A.A26.3BA8BA3B55.A3.A2.4A.2A$5.2BABA9B3.2A.2AB4A.4AB2A.
2A14.3BAB66.6B2.B2A5.2A.2A.A.ABA.2A26.3BA6BA3B56.4A3.A2.A.A.A$5.3B2A
3B2A4B6.4B2.A.A2.4B17.3A58.2A8.9B10.A.2A.B.B.A29.2B6A2B62.3A2.2A.A.A$
6.5B2A5B7.BA2BA.A.A.A2BAB18.2B57.B2A2B3.12B7.2A6.3A3.A29.6B60.3A4.2A
2.2A.A.2A$6.3B2AB2A4B7.A.3BAB.BA3B.A20.B53.B3.4B2.12B8.A3.4A.A.3A.A5.
A24.2B62.A2.4A2.2A.A.A.2A$7.4BA6B7.B3ABA3.AB3AB18.4B50.23B6.BA.A2.A3.
5B3.A5.3A12.B.3B.B3.2B65.A3.2A4.A$8.13B5.B2A.5B.2AB18.3BA3B48.23B2.3B
.B2A4.3A.3B.3A9.A10.16B63.3A.A.3A$8.6BA5B2A6.BA5BAB12.4B4.2B2A5B45.
31B8.A5BA10.2A3.B5.2B2A14B64.A3.A$7.8BA4B2A8.5A13.2A5B.2BA2BA5B44.31B
9.5A11.8B3.2B2A15B$7.7BA7B8.5B12.B2A8BABA5B4.4B38.29B10.5B13.8B.18B
46.A4.5B10.A$7.15B8.4B13.9BA2B2A3B4.2B4A39.29B9.3B15.27B45.A.A3.5B10.
A24.A$7.17B6.4B13.9B3A5B2.2ABA4BA38.9B.21B6.5B13.15B.2B.3B.7B.2A40.A.
A3.7B6.4B13.6B3.A.A$7.20B2.7B10.17B.BA3BA4BA37.9B6.20B2.7B10.17B5.10B
A.A41.A4.10B2.7B10.7B3.A.A$4.A2.16BD13B2.2B2.19B.2BA2B.B2A.3B35.9B8.
15BD13B2.2B2.19B6.9B.BA47.6BD13B2.2B2.10B4.A$3.A.A.9B.4BDBD22BD16B.BA
2BA4B2AB36.2B3.5B7.7B.4BDBD22BD15B7.8B50.4BDBD22BD6B$4.A2.6B.B2.4B3D
22BDBD4B.7B3.BA2BAB.BA2BAB35.B7.2A7.6B2.4B3D22BDBD4B.7B8.8B50.4B3D22B
DBD4B$7.5B5.4BD24B3D4B2.6B4.B2A4BA2BAB43.A7.6B3.4BD24B3D13B9.7B49.4BD
24B3D4B$8.2B2AB5.30BD5B.2BA4B3.3B.2AB.2BAB44.3A4.4B6.30BD14B8.6B51.
30BD4B$6.2AB.A.BA11.4B.25B.2BA3B4.A4BA3BAB46.A4.2B2AB12.4B.22B2.8B9.
6B58.4B.22B$5.A.AB2.2A.A11.4B.9B.B.2B7.6B2AB5.A4BAB2A51.2AB.2A14.4B.
9B.4B11.6B9.7B58.4B.9B$5.A8.A12.11B5.3B7.5BABA6.4A2B52.A.AB18.11B2.4B
12.5B10.8B2.2A.A52.11B$4.2A8.2A8.2B2.9B5.2BA2B.2A4.8B5.4B54.A22.9B2.
4B14.4B8.12BA.2A53.9B$23.3B3.11B3.A.A2B.A5.7B62.2A23.13B15.3B9.11B59.
11B$23.B2A15B2.2AB2.A7.6B86.13B17.4B7.5B2A4B58.13B$22.AB2A2B.12B6.A8.
2B3A2B86.12B19.2A7.5B2A3B60.12B$21.A.4B2.12B2.5A.A6.2BA7B83.12B19.A8.
10B60.12B$19.4B.A5.2B.4B3AB2.A4.2A6.B3A7B81.9B3AB20.3A5.9B62.2B.4B3AB
$18.2B2ABA10.4BA2B3.3A9.12B80.2A3.5BA2B22.A5.9B66.4BA2B$18.2B2AB11.2B
3A3B4.A.2A6.12B81.A4.2B3A2B29.8B58.A2.A4.2B3A3B$20.3B12.6B6.A.A6.12B
78.3A6.6B28.8B59.A$20.2B13.7B13.13B9.2B67.A8.7B28.6B59.A4.A$21.2B3.4B
4.9B11.4B2.7B9.3A76.8B21.2A4.6B10.2A46.A.A2.2A$24.2B4A6.ABA5B9.4B2.8B
9.3BAB75.8B21.A4.6B10.A45.2A.A$22.2ABA4BA5.B2A6B7.4B.9B9.A3BAB75.8B
21.A.AB.7B6.BA.A$20.BA3BA4BA4.3BA2B.25B7.A.A2BA75.6B2.B2A20.2AB2.6B6.
B2A$20.BA2B.B2A.3B3.4BA2B.26B3.A2BA.A77.7B.BA.A21.8B5.3B48.A2.A$20.BA
2BA4B2AB4.6B2.26B.BA3BA79.6B4.A21.8B4.4B50.2A$20.BA2BAB.BA2BAB3.7B.
26B.BA3B80.6B4.2A21.8B2.4B$21.B2A4BA2BAB.37B2.3A80.6B28.7B.4B$21.3B.
2AB.2BA2B.19B2.2B2.10B3.2B80.8B28.10B$22.A4BA3BAB.17B9.B.7B85.8B29.9B
$22.A4BAB2A2.5B3A9B11.B.6B85.9B5.A22.8B$23.4A2B4.3B2A2BA9B9.4B2.3B86.
9B5.3A20.8B.2B$23.4B4.5BABA8B2AB7.2B4A2.3B85.10B8.A19.13B$30.5BA2BA2B
.5B2A6.2ABA4BA2.B86.3B2A5B7.2A19.13B$31.5B2A2B4.4B5.BA3BA4BA88.4B2A5B
7.4B17.14B$33.3BA3B13.BA2B.B2A.3B87.11B9.3B15.14B$35.4B14.BA2BA4B2AB
82.2A.A12B8.4B14.4B2.10B$36.B16.BA2BAB.BA2BAB81.A.2A2.8B10.5B12.4B2.
11B.B$37.2B15.B2A4BA2BAB88.7B9.6B11.4B.14B2A$37.3A14.3B.2AB.2BAB89.6B
9.8B2.26B2A$35.BA3B15.A4BA3BAB89.6B8.38B$35.BA3BA14.A4BAB2A90.7B9.37B
$36.A2BA.A14.4A2B93.8B8.7B.24B$38.A.A2BA12.4B95.8B7.31B2A$39.A3BAB
107.AB.9B6.19B2.2B2.6B2AB.B$40.3BAB106.A.A10B5.17B11.8B2A$40.3A108.2A
.7B.3B.2B.15B15.4B.B2A$41.2B113.27B17.2B3.B$156.18B.8B16.2B$155.15B2A
2B3.8B13.B2AB$156.14B2A2B5.B3.2A14.2A$157.16B10.A$160.2B3.B.3B.B12.3A
$160.2B24.A$158.6B$156.2B6A2B$154.3BA6BA3B$153.3BA8BA3B$154.3BA6BA3B$
156.2B6A2B$158.6B$160.2B!
The Herschels are lined up at T=0 to make it clear that the P4, P5, and P6 variants have the same basic geometry.

I also replaced the blocker in the P4 version with a stable eater, since it fits -- though I'm not really clear why that would be an improvement. I forget, has this p4 variant of the Herschel splitter been assembled before?

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by GUYTU6J » July 30th, 2020, 5:59 am

Wait, I'm a bit confused of the relationship —

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x = 126, y = 63, rule = B3/S23
37b3o$36bo$36bo3bo$36bo2bobo$20b4o14bobo2bo$16b2obo4bo14bo3bo$15bo3bo
4bo18bo$15bo4b2o18b3o65b2o$15bo2bo4b2o83b2o5b2o$15bo2bo3bo2bo65b3o21b
2o$16b2o4bo2bo65b3o$19b2o4bo17bo47b3o$16bo4bo3bo16b2o40b2o8b3o16b2o$
16bo4bob2o6b2o8bo2bo39b2o8b3o16b2o$17b4o10b2o8bobo50b3o22b2o$39bo2b2o
9b4o62b2o$39b3o7b2obo4bo20b2o$48bo3bo4bo20b2o$48bo4b2o27b2o27b2o$4b3o
41bo2bo4b2o24b2o$7bo40bo2bo3bo2bo$3bo3bo41b2o4bo2bo62b3o$2bobo2bo32bo
11b2o4bo62b3o$o2bobo35bo7bo4bo3bo18b2o42b3o$o3bo36b2o6bo4bob2o19b2o39b
3o$o40bobo6b4o64b3o$b3o98b2o14b3o$103bo$98b3o2b2o$41b3o52b3obo3bo6b3o$
41bo54bo4bob2o6bo$20b3o17b3o47b3o7bobo7b3o$21bo69bo6b2obo4bo$19b3o67b
3o6bo3bob3o$98b2o2b3o$99bo$59b3o20b3o14b2o$9b4o6bobo40bo19b3o$5b2obo4b
o6b2o36bo3bo19b3o39b2o$4bo3bo4bo7bo35bobo2bo16b3o42b2o$4bo4b2o11bo32bo
2bobo18b3o$4bo2bo4b2o41bo3bo19b3o$4bo2bo3bo2bo40bo$5b2o4bo2bo41b3o60b
2o$8b2o4bo75b2o27b2o$5bo4bo3bo108b2o$5bo4bob2o7b3o99b2o$6b4o9b2o2bo58b
2o$19bobo8b2o10b4o36b2o22b3o$18bo2bo8b2o6b2obo4bo41b2o16b3o8b2o$19b2o
16bo3bo4bo41b2o16b3o8b2o$19bo17bo4b2o65b3o$37bo2bo4b2o62b3o$37bo2bo3bo
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According to the DRH-oscillators.rle, the p128 on the left was found by David Buckingham before November 1991. It features four copies of the dependent p8 variant of R64. So does that mean it probably inspired him to discover the stable, FNG-releasing R64 (and consequently the p256 glider gun) four years later?

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by dvgrn » July 30th, 2020, 8:55 am

GUYTU6J wrote:
July 30th, 2020, 5:59 am
Wait, I'm a bit confused of the relationship —
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According to the DRH-oscillators.rle, the p128 on the left was found by David Buckingham before November 1991. It features four copies of the dependent p8 variant of R64. So does that mean it probably inspired him to discover the stable, FNG-releasing R64 (and consequently the p256 glider gun) four years later?
I think that's right. Most of the story seems to be told in this article. The story actually started back in 1973 with Mark Niemiec (see second paragraph) (!).
At almost the same time in 1973, Mark Niemiec was investigating appearance of known common forms (B, R, Lom, Pi, etc) within the histories of these same objects. He showed me a listing of the most promising observation: a B-heptomino run to 70 generations (quite a feat in those days!), where he had highlighted the evolution of a new B-heptomino at generation 64, turned 90 degrees. And since the B-heptomino releases a natural glider in generation 41, period 64, 128, and 256 guns appeared to be an absolute certainty as soon as someone tamed the pesky debris behind this new B! But most work in those days was done manually (gasp!) and this was not a manual job.
In 1990/91,
Resurrecting Niemiec's old listing of the B-heptomino reproducing itself at generation 64, I set about to create the period 64 gun to start.

I needed a spark source and since most of the neat spark toys that exist now had yet to fall out the search programmes, only period 8 (and subperiods) was practical (Figure-8, Kok's Galaxy, Emulators, Mold, Mazing).

With these tools, the new B-heptomino was quickly isolated, but the new (and unanticipated challenge was to remove the block created by the B-heptomino at generation 15. Adding to this distress, the new B-heptomino makes such a sharp turn that removal of debris block from the previous B-heptomino at generation 57 becomes a problem. Ok, the debris removal process would need to remove the two blocks and the residual debris from the turn reaction.

After a few weeks work, the reaction is found, the P64 gun constructed and lo and behold, the glider produced by each B at generation 41 smashes into one of the Galaxys used. Sheesh, I forgot that the glider passes back through the mechanism! No problem, we'll just find another way to turn a B-heptomino and use these two in combination. More work and the elegant sparking of a B-heptomino to produce the P73 glide symmetry turn; debris dies cleanly, while removing the generation 15 block, and the glider produced by the B removes the block from the previous B. This time we'll test a quarter of the mechanism before building the whole thing. Now the glider just nicks the figure-8 for the P73 turn. Even more work, a P64 turn that removes the debris, both blocks, and the glider.
Then 1995:
Attempts to produce period-independent track pieces (bounded only by still lifes) had failed over the previous 23 years to yield much of anything useful. Suddenly (clouds open, sun shines, angels sing) a fluke placement of a block (and subsequent stabilizing blocks), produces the period 64 B-heptomino turn dreamt of in 1973 (as classy and elegant as it was supposed to be). This was the first period independent B-heptomino turn and yielded the P256 gun ... but since the released gliders pass through the mechanism, this is the only period glider gun possible (with a Figure 8, the gliders can be removed, and 4 B's cycled, but defeats the purpose). Ergo, still no period 64 gun!
I like the "clouds open, sun shines, angels sing" part. That kind of discovery doesn't show up very often, but it sure is awesome when it happens.

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Re: Thread for your unsure discoveries

Post by mniemiec » July 30th, 2020, 3:59 pm

The one part of that story that seems a bit fuzzy to me is the date. I printed off that step-by-step listing of the B heptomino (which took up a lot of paper), but I thought it might have been on the University of Waterloo Math/Unix system, which would have put it more like 1975, but I'm sure Dave's recollection of the process is better than mine, as he was actively involved in the search for several decades. It may very well have been somewhere else; I just can't think of where it was that had a printer whose typeface was like that. I might still have that listing in a box somewhere. It's hard to remember details with great clarity that happened almost 50 years ago. :)

I remember noticing that the B turned 90 degrees after 64 generations (and, not only that, it made two Bs heading in opposite directions, although one looked much easier to save than than the other). I played with that for several weeks without any success. Of course, the initial block was a major obstacle. One of the key discoveries that Dave made that hadn't occurred to me was that instead of going B-to-B, one should go H-to-H (which is the preferred method today), which eliminates the block problem.

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