Still-life 'factories'

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by BlinkerSpawn » September 21st, 2016, 9:35 pm

Kazyan wrote:A new one, G->frustration:

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x = 30, y = 34, rule = LifeHistory
14.2B5.3B$14.3B3.5B$13.5B.6B$13.14B$13.15B$10.18B$9.18B$4.A4.17B$3.A.
A4.16B$3.A.A5.B2C10B2D$.3A.2A3.2B2C10B2D$A4.B4.14B$.3AB2AB2.12B$3.A.
2AB.13B$5.6B2D10B$7.4BDBD11B3.B$5.7BD13B.B2A$4.3D21B2A$5.24B$5.3BD20B
$4.4BD13B4.B$3.5BD12B$2.4B.14B$.C3B3.14B$B2CB3.14B$CBC4.13B$7.6B.5B$
8.3B2AB$9.2B2A$7.5B$7.2A$8.A$5.3A$5.A!  
Well it's *almost* a p2-dependent 5G-to-block, which would be useful (?):

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x = 190, y = 34, rule = LifeHistory
14.2B5.3B30.2B5.3B30.2B5.3B30.2B5.3B30.2B5.3B$14.3B3.5B29.3B3.5B29.3B
3.5B29.3B3.5B29.3B3.5B$13.5B.6B28.5B.6B28.5B.6B28.5B.6B28.5B.6B$13.
14B26.14B26.14B26.14B26.14B$13.15B25.15B25.15B25.15B25.15B$10.18B22.
18B22.18B22.18B22.18B$9.18B22.18B22.18B22.18B22.18B$4.A4.17B18.A4.17B
18.A4.17B18.A4.17B18.A4.17B$3.A.A4.16B17.A.A4.16B17.A.A4.16B17.A.A4.
16B17.A.A4.16B$3.A.A5.B2C10B2D17.A.A5.B2C10B2C17.A.A5.B2C10B2C17.A.A
5.B2C10B2C17.A.A5.B2C10B2C$.3A.2A3.2B2C10B2D15.3A.2A3.2B2C10B2C15.3A.
2A3.2B2C10B2C15.3A.2A3.2B2C10B2C15.3A.2A3.2B2C10B2C$A4.B4.14B16.A4.B
4.14B16.A4.B4.14B16.A4.B4.14B16.A4.B4.14B$.3AB2AB2.12B19.3AB2AB2.12B
19.3AB2AB2.12B19.3AB2AB2.12B19.3AB2AB2.12B$3.A.2AB.13B21.A.2AB.13B21.
A.2AB.13B21.A.2AB.13B21.A.2AB.13B$5.6B2D10B22.6B2C10B22.6B2C10B22.6B
2C10B22.6B2C10B$7.4BDBD11B3.B18.4BCBC11B3.B18.4BCBC11B3.B18.4BCBC11B
3.B18.4BCBC11B3.B$5.7BD13B.B2A15.7BC13B.B2A15.C6BC13B.B2A15.7BC13B.B
2A15.7BC13B.B2A$4.3D21B2A14.3C21B2A14.BC22B2A14.24B2A14.24B2A$5.24B
16.24B16.C23B15.25B15.25B$5.3BD20B16.3BC20B15.25B14.3BC22B14.26B$4.4B
D13B4.B17.4BC13B4.B16.19B4.B16.3BC15B4.B16.19B4.B$3.5BD12B22.5BC12B
22.18B22.3BC14B22.18B$2.4B.14B21.4B.14B21.19B21.19B21.19B$.C3B3.14B
19.C3B3.14B19.C3B.B.14B19.C5B.14B19.2D4B.14B$B2CB3.14B19.B2CB3.14B19.
B2CB3.14B19.B2CB3.14B19.DACB3.14B$CBC4.13B20.C.C4.13B20.CBC4.13B20.CB
C4.13B20.ABC4.13B$7.6B.5B28.6B.5B28.6B.5B28.6B.5B23.A4.6B.5B$8.3B2AB
34.3B2AB34.3B2AB34.3B2AB34.3B2AB$9.2B2A36.2B2A36.2B2A36.2B2A36.2B2A$
7.5B35.5B35.5B35.5B35.5B$7.2A38.2A38.2A38.2A38.2A$8.A39.A39.A39.A39.A
$5.3A37.3A37.3A37.3A37.3A$5.A39.A39.A39.A39.A!
EDIT: Probably not in practice, however, since the first spacing has to be even but the other two timing-dependent glider spacings must all be odd.
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Kazyan » October 3rd, 2016, 8:41 pm

Taking another look at a previous reaction I posted in the thread, here are a few factories:

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x = 106, y = 82, rule = LifeHistory
40.C$39.2BC$39.3CB$40.4B$41.4B3.B$42.4B.3B$43.9B$44.9B$44.9B$42.D12B
2.2A$41.DBD6BC5B2.A$41.2D6BCBC5B.A.2A$41.8BCBC3B.3A2.A$42.8BCB.2BAB2.
2A$42.B4.3B3.2B4A$41.2A2.7B.4B.A$41.A3.2A.B.2A3.2A.A.A$39.A.A4.A3.A5.
A2.2A$39.2A3.A.A.A.A.A.A.A$44.2A.A.A.2A.2A$47.A.A$47.A.A$48.A15$55.2A
$10.2A38.2A2.A.A$5.2A2.A.A38.A3.A45.2A$5.A3.A41.3A.4A36.2A2.A.A$6.3A.
4A39.A.A2.A36.A3.A$8.A.A2.A35.3A.A.A40.3A.4A$4.3A.A.A37.A2.A.2A43.A.A
2.A$3.A2.A.2A38.2A44.3A.A.A$3.2A88.A2.A.2A$48.2A43.2A$3.2A43.A2.A3.2A
$3.A2.A3.2A37.3A2.A2.A35.2A$4.3A2.A2.A33.3A6.2A36.A2.A3.2A$.3A6.2A33.
A3.A8.2A34.3A2.A2.A$A3.A8.2A31.3A9.A.A30.3A6.2A$.3A9.A.A33.3A6.A31.A
3.A8.2A$4.3A6.A34.A2.A39.3A9.A.A$3.A2.A41.2A44.3A6.A$3.2A88.A2.A$93.
2A3$54.A$9.A43.A.A$8.A.A42.A.A43.A$8.A.A43.A43.A.A$9.A88.A.A$99.A5$
51.2A$43.2A.2A2.A2.A2.2A$5.2A35.A.A.A4.A.A3.A44.2A$5.2A2.2A31.2A2.A5.
A4.A.A42.A$9.2A35.A.2A8.2A43.3A$42.5A2.A55.A$42.A4.A4.A$45.A2.5A$45.
2A.A$42.A5.A2.2A$41.A.A4.A.A.A$41.A2.A2.2A.2A$42.2A!
#2 and #3 don't really create reachable objects, but #1 seems useful because the boat is at the edge of the reaction envelope. It's barely too close to the fishhook for use as a one-time-turner, but otherwise quite nice.
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Rhombic » December 16th, 2016, 4:56 pm

LoM-->block

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x = 15, y = 23, rule = B3/S23
10b2o$10b2o6$9b2o$10b2o$2b2o7b2o$bobo$bo$2o9$13b2o$13b2o!
Pi-->two blocks

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x = 9, y = 17, rule = B3/S23
7bo$5b3o$4bo$4b2o4$3o$2bo4b2o$3o4b2o4$4b2o$4bo$5b3o$7bo!
Two partial LoM-->blinker

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x = 134, y = 33, rule = B3/S23
10b2o$10b2o6$9b2o120b2o$2o8b2o119b2o$2o9b2o5$130b2o$20b2o99b2o8b2o$20b
2o99b2o9b2o15$130b2o$130b2o!
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by simeks » December 21st, 2016, 6:38 am

H to eater1 and two blocks. Are there any known examples of H to eater1 before?

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x = 26, y = 41, rule = LifeHistory
C10.2C$3C9.C$3.C8.C.2C$2.2C9.C.C$19.2C$20.C$20.C.2C.C$19.2C.C.2C2$19.
3C$.A17.C2.C$.A.A17.2C$.3A$3.A17$8.2C$8.2C5$13.2C$9.2C2.2C$8.C.C$8.C$
7.2C!
EDIT:
As noticed by AbhpzTa here, the BTS catalyst can be replaced by a block.
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by dvgrn » December 21st, 2016, 7:37 am

simeks wrote:H to eater1 and two blocks. Are there any known examples of H to eater1 before?
Don't think so, except for composite mechanisms that build an eater with two gliders.

There's a p6 Herschel conduit with a transient eater in it -- Fx177p6 -- which could be converted to a not-terribly-useful H-to-eater, but I'm not sure there's a stable equivalent:

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x = 39, y = 85, rule = LifeHistory
14.2A$13.A.A$13.A$11.2A.4A$7.2A.A3.A2.A$7.2A.A.A5.2A$10.A4.3A2.A$4.2A
4.A.2A4.2A.A$4.2A5.A3.A.A3.A$4.2A6.3A3.3A$4.A9.A.A.A$3.A.A9.3A$4.A.A.
3A5.A$5.A.4A$6.A6$38.D$36.3D$36.D$36.D2$6.A$6.A.A$6.3A$8.A5$21.5A$3.
5A11.3A.A.3A$.3A.A.3A8.A4.A4.A$A4.A4.A3.2A.A.2A.A2.2A.A$A.2A2.A.2A.A.
A.A.A.A3.2A2.A$.A2.2A3.A.A.2A2.A.A2.A2.2A$2.2A2.A2.A.A5.A.A4.A$4.A4.A
.A6.2A.4A$4.4A.2A9.A$8.A11.A.A$6.A.A12.2A$6.2A11$14.2A$13.B2AB$14.3B$
15.B$13.6B$11.9B$7.13B$7.13B$5.BD14B$4.2B3D12B$4.2BA2BD11B$3.3BABCD9B
.B2A$4.2B3A9B2.BA.A$4.4BA10B4.A$5.7B2.4B5.2A$6.2B$5.B3$3.5A$.3A.A.3A$
A4.A4.A$A.2A2.A.2A.A$.A2.2A3.A.A$2.2A2.A2.A.A.2A$4.A4.A.A.2A$4.4A.2A$
8.A$6.A.A$6.2A!

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by BlinkerSpawn » December 21st, 2016, 12:22 pm

dvgrn wrote:
simeks wrote:H to eater1 and two blocks. Are there any known examples of H to eater1 before?
Don't think so, except for composite mechanisms that build an eater with two gliders.
The base reaction gives a new clean composite mechanism:

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x = 24, y = 35, rule = LifeHistory
22.C$21.C2B$20.B3C$19.4B$18.4B$17.4B$16.4B$15.4B$14.4B$13.4B$12.4B$
11.4B$10.4B$9.4B$3.C4.4B$2.C2B2.4B$.B3C.4B$4B.4B$.2B.4B$7B$2BD3B$BDBD
B$B2C2BA$2B3AB.2B$.2DA4B2A$BD4B.B2A$.B3D2B.B$.3BDB$2.4B$3.4B$2.B2A2B$
3.2A.B2A$6.BA.A$9.A$9.2A!
However, the lane difference between the toggle stream and the boat-bit stream is such that any utility that such a circuit could serve would be offset by extra circuitry.
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by simeks » December 25th, 2016, 9:21 pm

H to longboat where a sparky eater of the first natural block gets rid of an annoying blinker:

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x = 19, y = 23, rule = LifeHistory
5.2C$6.C$4.C$2.4C$.C5.2C$C2.4C.C$.2C.C7.C$2.C9.3C$2.C12.C$C.C.2C8.2C$
2C.C.C$3.C13.2C$3.2C11.C.C$16.2C6$3.A$3.A.A$3.3A$5.A!

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Jormungant » October 21st, 2017, 6:57 am

Here are some variations on Kazyan's "G->Explosion" pattern, which includes a 2 block factory that can be used to kill 2 gliders on a path, and some G->H&junk...

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x = 373, y = 137, rule = LifeHistory
328.2A$327.A.A$328.A3$327.2A$326.A2.A$327.2A5$116.A.A$115.B2A$114.3BA
$113.4B207.2A$112.4B208.2A5.5B2DB$112.3B216.5B2D2B$112.2B217.9B$112.B
218.10B$331.9B$331.2D7B2.B5.2A$106.A.A202.2A13.4B.2D6B2.3B4.A.A$105.B
2A203.2A14.18B4.AB$104.3BA220.17B2.3B$103.4B222.23B$102.4B224.24B$
102.3B226.13B2D5B2D2B$102.2B212.2A13.13B2D5B2D4B$102.B212.A2.A12.27B$
316.2A16.4B2.8B2D9B$312.2A21.4B.8B2DB5.4B$96.A.A212.A.A22.14B2.B4.4B$
95.B2A213.A25.20B.4B$94.3BA212.2A26.3BD24B$93.4B242.2BD10B2D11BD$92.
4B230.B13.BD10B2D9B3DB$92.3B245.9BD13BDBD$92.2B246.9BD13BD2B$92.B233.
2A14.7BD2B4.2B2.6B$326.A.A13.10B11.3B$328.A14.7B15.B$328.2A2.2A4B8.4B
$332.2A3B.4B5.4B$334.B3.4B6.4B$339.B2A7.4B$340.2A8.4B$351.4B$352.3BA$
353.B2AB$354.ABAB$355.4B$356.4B$357.3B$358.2B24$334.2A$333.A.A$334.A
3$333.2A$332.A2.A$333.2A$18.2A98.2A88.2A$17.A.A97.A.A87.A.A$17.BA99.A
88.BA$18.2B188.2B$17.3B187.3B$16.B2AB97.2A87.B2AB$16.A2BA2B14.A.A77.A
2.A86.A2BA2B$15.2B2A3B13.B2A79.2A86.2B2A3B118.2A$16.6B12.3BA168.6B
118.2A5.5B2DB$16.7B.B8.4B169.7B.B122.5B2D2B$16.10B6.4B170.10B121.9B$
15.11B5.4B170.11B121.10B$15.12B3.4B171.12B120.9B$9.2B4.12B2.4B166.2B
4.12B120.2D7B2.B5.2A$8.3B4.12B.4B166.3B4.12B100.2A13.4B.2D6B2.3B4.A.A
$8.5B.2A12B86.2A82.5B.2A12B99.2A14.18B4.AB$7.7B2A10B2DB85.2A5.5B2DB
68.7B2A10B2DB115.17B2.3B$6.20B2D2B91.5B2D2B66.20B2D2B115.23B$6.24B91.
9B66.24B116.24B$6.25B90.10B65.25B116.13B2D5B2D2B$5.25B91.9B65.25B102.
2A13.13B2D5B2D4B$2.B.17B2D7B91.2D7B2.B5.2A52.B.17B2D7B2.B5.2A91.A2.A
12.27B$.2AB.16B2D6B8.A63.2A13.4B.2D6B2.3B4.A.A50.2AB.16B2D6B2.3B4.A.A
91.2A16.4B2.8B2D9B$.2A26B6.3A63.2A14.18B4.AB50.2A32B4.AB87.2A21.4B.8B
2DB5.4B$2.2B.23B6.A83.17B2.3B52.2B.30B2.3B87.A.A22.14B2.B4.4B$5.2B.
21B5.2A83.23B53.2B.24B2D8B85.A25.20B.4B$8.21B3.4B84.24B54.24B2D10B82.
2A26.3BD24B$6.28B87.13B2D5B2D2B51.35B2D2B110.2BD10B2D11BD$4.2B2A28B
70.2A13.13B2D5B2D4B47.2B2A33B2D4B95.B13.BD10B2D9B3DB$4.BA2BA28B68.A2.
A12.27B46.BA2BA39B108.9BD13BDBD$4.2B2A29B69.2A16.4B2.8B2D9B45.2B2A41B
107.9BD13BD2B$2.2AB.29B.B2A63.2A21.4B.8B2DB5.4B42.2AB.35B5.4B92.2A14.
7BD2B4.2B2.6B$.A.AB3.17B.9B.BA.A61.A.A22.14B2.B4.4B40.A.AB3.32B2.B4.
4B91.A.A13.10B11.3B$.A4.16B5.4B8.A61.A25.20B.4B39.A4.41B.4B92.A13.8B
15.B$2A3.13B10.4B7.2A59.2A26.3BD24B34.2A3.13B.37B88.2A16.4B$6.12B11.
4B96.2BD10B2D11BD40.12B2.2B.19B2D11BD107.4B$6.11B13.4B82.B5.2A6.BD10B
2D9B3DB39.11B6.19B2D9B3DB107.4B$7.9B15.4B86.A.A6.9BD13BDBD41.9B8.B.
27BDBD109.4B$10.6B16.4B85.A8.9BD13BD2B44.6B12.6BD18BD2B110.4B$10.4B.B
2A15.4B79.2A2.2A9.8BD2B4.2B2.6B44.4B.B2A10.5BDBD6B4.2B2.6B111.4B$15.B
A.A15.4B78.A.A13.10B11.3B49.BA.A9.5B2D7B11.3B112.3BA$18.A16.4B79.A.2A
10.8B15.B52.A9.12B15.B113.B2AB$18.2A16.4B78.A2.A14.4B68.2A6.2AB.10B
130.ABAB$37.4B78.2A16.4B74.A.AB4.8B130.4B$38.4B96.4B73.A12.4B130.4B$
39.4B96.4B71.2A13.4B130.3B$40.4B96.4B86.4B130.2B$41.4B96.4B86.4B$42.
3BA96.3BA86.3BA$43.B2AB96.B2AB86.B2AB$44.ABA97.ABAB86.ABA!
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by dbell » November 17th, 2017, 5:08 am

This is an old conduit which is a glider-to-boat converter. Unfortunately it has an eater which interferes with its use as a switch in the manner similar to the demultiplexer.

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x = 22, y = 36, rule = B3/S23
17bo$17b3o$20bo$19b2o5$20b2o$20b2o5$7b2o$8bo$8bobo$9b2o7$9bo$9bobo$9b
3o$11bo5$2b2o$3bo$3o$o!
If the troublesome eater is removed then the conduit still produces a boat, but also leaves a block. So I used a glider from an earlier conduit to delete the block.

The result is a glider-to-boat converter which has 26 transparent lanes, compared to the 9 lanes for the demultiplexer.

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#C Glider-to-boat converter used as a switch with 26 transparent lanes.
#C David I. Bell, 17 November 2017
#CXRLE Pos=0,0 Gen=0
x = 258, y = 179, rule = LifeHistory
256.C$255.C2B$254.B3C$253.4B$252.4B$251.4B$250.4B$249.4B$248.4B$247.
4B$246.4B$245.4B$244.4B$243.4B$242.4B$241.4B$240.4B$239.4B$238.4B$
237.4B$236.4B$235.4B$234.4B$233.4B$232.4B$231.4B$230.4B$229.4B$228.4B
$227.4B$226.4B$225.4B$224.4B$223.4B$222.4B$221.4B$220.4B$219.4B$218.
4B$217.4B$216.4B$215.4B$214.4B$213.4B$212.4B$211.4B$210.4B$209.4B$
208.4B$207.4B$206.4B$205.4B$204.4B$203.4B$202.4B$201.4B$200.4B$199.4B
$198.4B$197.4B$196.4B$195.4B$194.4B$193.4B$192.4B$191.4B$190.4B$189.
4B$188.4B$187.4B$186.4B$185.4B$184.4B$183.4B$182.4B$181.4B$180.4B$
179.4B$178.4B$177.4B$176.4B$47.2A3.2A121.4B$47.2A2.A.3A118.4B$51.A4.A
116.4B$47.4A.2A2.A115.4B$47.A2.A.A.A.2A113.4B$49.BABABA.A113.4B$50.B
2ABA.A112.4B$51.2B.BA112.4B$50.3B114.4B$41.2A6.4B113.4B$42.A6.B2A3B
110.4B$42.A.AB3.B2A3B109.4B$43.2AB.10B106.4B$45.13B104.4B$45.14B102.
4B$45.15B100.4B$47.8B2.4B98.4B$47.6B5.4B96.4B$46.9B4.4B94.4B$45.4B4.
2A5.4B92.4B$44.4B5.A7.4B90.4B$43.4B7.3A5.4B77.C10.4B10.C$33.A8.4B10.A
6.4B75.C2B8.4B10.C2B$31.5A5.4B5.2A12.4B73.B3C7.4B10.B3C$30.A5.A4.4B5.
A14.4B71.4B7.4B10.4B$30.A2.3AB2.7B.BA.A15.4B69.4B7.4B10.4B$29.2A.A.2B
3.7B.B2A17.4B67.4B7.4B10.4B$29.A2.4A12B20.4B65.4B7.4B10.4B$30.2A2.BA
3B2A7B21.4B63.4B7.4B10.4B$32.3AB.2B2A7B22.4B61.4B7.4B10.4B$32.A.B3.
10B23.4B59.4B7.4B10.4B$29.2A.A8.8B23.4B57.4B7.4B10.4B$29.2A.2A7.9B23.
4B55.4B7.4B10.4B$10.2A11.A18.3B2.4B23.4B53.4B7.4B10.4B$9.B2AB9.A.A15.
5B3.4B23.4B51.4B7.4B10.4B$10.3B9.A.A2.2A3.A7.2A7.4B23.4B49.4B7.4B10.
4B$9.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A7.A8.4B23.4B47.4B7.4B10.4B$9.5B8.B2.A.A3.A.A4.
3A10.4B23.4B45.4B7.4B10.4B$9.6B6.2ABA2.4A.A5.A13.4B23.4B43.4B7.4B10.
4B$9.8B4.2A.A.A3.A22.4B23.4B41.4B7.4B10.4B$10.13B2.A.AB2.A22.4B23.4B
39.4B7.4B10.4B$8.13B5.A.A2B.A22.4B23.4B37.4B7.4B10.4B$7.15B5.A2B.2A
23.4B23.4B35.8B3.4B10.4B$7.15B4.3B17.A10.4B23.4B33.10B.4B10.4B$6.17B.
B.2B16.3A11.4B23.4B31.4B.10B10.4B$6.29B8.A15.4B23.4B29.4B2.9B10.4B$5.
13B2A16B7.2A15.4B23.4B27.4B3.9B9.4B$4.14B2A16B2.B.5B16.4B23.4B25.4B4.
10B7.4B$3.2AB3.27B.6B19.4B23.4B22.16B.4B5.4B$2.A2.A4.33B7.7B.B4.4B19.
A3.4B20.16B3.4B3.4B$.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.19B.B3.13B.4B16.3A4.4B5.A13.15B
5.4B.4B$.A7.6B14.46B8.A8.4B4.3A10.16B6.7B$2A6.9B14.45B7.2A8.4B6.A8.
16B8.5B$7.4B4.2A15.44B2.B.5B9.4B4.2A7.15B10.5B$6.4B5.A15.21B2A22B.6B
12.4B3.4B4.4B2.10B9.7B$5.4B7.3A12.7B.13B2A29B7.10B4.3B2.4B3.9B9.4B.4B
$4.4B10.A10.2AB.3B4.6B2.11B3.2B2.19B.B3.13B.8B5.8B8.4B3.4B$3.4B21.A.A
B9.4B3.10B11.46B2.8B7.4B5.4B$2.4B22.A10.5B5.6B16.45B2.8B5.4B7.4B$.4B
22.2A10.2A9.3B19.44B2.8B4.4B9.4B$3CB36.A9.B20.21B2A22B.9B3.4B11.4B$.B
C34.3A9.2A20.7B.13B2A33B.4B13.4B$.C35.A11.A19.2AB.3B4.6B2.11B3.29B15.
4B$50.A17.A.AB9.4B3.10B3.29B17.4B$49.2A17.A10.5B5.6B5.29B19.4B$67.2A
10.2A9.3B6.29B21.4B$80.A9.B7.4B.25B22.4B$77.3A9.2A6.4B3.24B23.4B$77.A
11.A6.4B6.21B25.4B$90.A4.4B7.6B4.10B27.4B$89.2A3.4B9.4B6.9B28.4B$93.
4B11.B8.8B30.4B$92.4B21.8B31.4B$91.4B21.9B32.4B$90.4B21.11B32.3B$89.
4B21.4B.7B33.2B$88.4B21.4B2.B2A4B34.B$87.4B21.4B3.B2A3B$86.4B21.4B5.
6B$85.4B21.4B6.5B$84.4B21.4B8.4B$83.4B21.4B7.5B$82.4B21.4B8.2A$81.4B
21.4B10.A$80.4B21.4B8.3A$79.4B21.4B9.A$78.4B21.4B$77.4B21.4B$76.4B21.
4B$75.4B21.4B$74.4B21.4B$73.4B21.4B$72.4B21.4B$71.4B21.4B$70.4B21.4B$
69.4B21.4B$68.4B21.4B$67.4B21.4B!
This converter could find use in sliding block memory logic. It allows the use of many types of salvos since there are lots of paths available for the returning gliders.

Can anyone make a smaller version of this, maybe using different conduits or moving the snarks closer with a nice weld?

BCNU,
-dbell

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by chris_c » November 17th, 2017, 6:38 am

dbell wrote: Can anyone make a smaller version of this, maybe using different conduits or moving the snarks closer with a nice weld?
There's a pair of eaters that can be welded together closely. Also changing a snake into an eater gives an extra two lanes of clearance:

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x = 258, y = 179, rule = LifeHistory
256.C$255.C2B$254.B3C$253.4B$252.4B$251.4B$250.4B$249.4B$248.4B$247.
4B$246.4B$245.4B$244.4B$243.4B$242.4B$241.4B$240.4B$239.4B$238.4B$
237.4B$236.4B$235.4B$234.4B$233.4B$232.4B$231.4B$230.4B$229.4B$228.4B
$227.4B$226.4B$225.4B$224.4B$223.4B$222.4B$221.4B$220.4B$219.4B$218.
4B$217.4B$216.4B$215.4B$214.4B$213.4B$212.4B$211.4B$210.4B$209.4B$
208.4B$207.4B$206.4B$205.4B$204.4B$203.4B$202.4B$201.4B$200.4B$199.4B
$198.4B$197.4B$196.4B$195.4B$194.4B$193.4B$192.4B$191.4B$190.4B$189.
4B$188.4B$187.4B$186.4B$185.4B$184.4B$183.4B$182.4B$181.4B$180.4B$
179.4B$178.4B$177.4B$176.4B$175.4B$174.4B$173.4B$172.4B$171.4B$170.4B
$169.4B$54.2A3.2A107.4B$54.2A2.A.3A104.4B$58.A4.A102.4B$54.4A.2A2.A
101.4B$54.A2.A.A.A.2A99.4B$56.BABABA.A99.4B$57.B2ABA.A98.4B$58.2B.BA
98.4B$57.3B100.4B$48.2A6.4B99.4B$49.A6.B2A3B96.4B$49.A.AB3.B2A3B95.4B
$50.2AB.10B92.4B$52.13B90.4B$52.14B77.C10.4B10.C$52.15B75.C2B8.4B10.C
2B$54.8B2.4B73.B3C7.4B10.B3C$54.6B5.4B71.4B7.4B10.4B$53.9B4.4B69.4B7.
4B10.4B$52.4B4.2A5.4B67.4B7.4B10.4B$51.4B5.A7.4B65.4B7.4B10.4B$50.4B
7.3A5.4B63.4B7.4B10.4B$40.A8.4B10.A6.4B61.4B7.4B10.4B$38.5A5.4B5.2A
12.4B59.4B7.4B10.4B$37.A5.A4.4B5.A14.4B57.4B7.4B10.4B$37.A2.3AB2.7B.B
A.A15.4B55.4B7.4B10.4B$10.2A11.A12.2A.A.2B3.7B.B2A17.4B53.4B7.4B10.4B
$9.B2AB9.A.A11.A2.4A12B20.4B51.4B7.4B10.4B$10.3B9.A.A2.2A3.A4.2A2.BA
3B2A7B21.4B49.4B7.4B10.4B$9.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A5.3AB.2B2A7B22.4B47.4B
7.4B10.4B$9.5B8.B2.A.A3.A.A5.A.B3.10B23.4B45.4B7.4B10.4B$9.6B6.2ABA2.
4A.A3.2A.A8.8B23.4B43.4B7.4B10.4B$9.8B4.2A.A.A3.A5.2A.2A7.9B23.4B41.
4B7.4B10.4B$10.13B2.A.AB2.A17.3B2.4B23.4B39.4B7.4B10.4B$8.13B5.A.A2B.
A14.5B3.4B23.4B37.4B7.4B10.4B$7.15B5.A2B.2A9.2A3.2A7.4B23.4B35.8B3.4B
10.4B$7.15B4.3B13.A.A3.A8.4B23.4B33.10B.4B10.4B$6.17B.B.2B16.4A10.4B
23.4B31.4B.10B10.4B$6.29B8.A3.A.A9.4B23.4B29.4B2.9B10.4B$5.13B2A16B7.
2A3.2A10.4B23.4B27.4B3.9B9.4B$4.14B2A16B2.B.5B16.4B23.4B25.4B4.10B7.
4B$3.2AB3.27B.6B19.4B23.4B22.16B.4B5.4B$2.A2.A4.33B7.7B.B4.4B19.A3.4B
20.16B3.4B3.4B$.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.19B.B3.13B.4B16.3A4.4B5.A13.15B5.4B.
4B$.A7.6B14.46B8.A8.4B4.3A10.16B6.7B$2A6.9B14.45B7.2A8.4B6.A8.16B8.5B
$7.4B4.2A15.44B2.B.5B9.4B4.2A7.15B10.5B$6.4B5.A15.21B2A22B.6B12.4B3.
4B4.4B2.10B9.7B$5.4B7.3A12.7B.13B2A29B7.10B4.3B2.4B3.9B9.4B.4B$4.4B
10.A10.2AB.3B4.6B2.11B3.2B2.19B.B3.13B.8B5.8B8.4B3.4B$3.4B21.A.AB9.4B
3.10B11.46B2.8B7.4B5.4B$2.4B22.A10.5B5.6B16.45B2.8B5.4B7.4B$.4B22.2A
10.2A9.3B19.44B2.8B4.4B9.4B$3CB36.A9.B20.21B2A22B.9B3.4B11.4B$.BC34.
3A9.2A20.7B.13B2A33B.4B13.4B$.C35.A11.A19.2AB.3B4.6B2.11B3.29B15.4B$
50.A17.A.AB9.4B3.10B3.29B17.4B$49.2A17.A10.5B5.6B5.29B19.4B$67.2A10.
2A9.3B6.29B21.4B$80.A9.B7.4B.25B22.4B$77.3A9.2C6.4B3.24B23.4B$77.A11.
C6.4B6.21B25.4B$87.C.C5.4B7.6B4.10B27.4B$87.2C5.4B9.4B6.9B28.4B$93.4B
11.B8.8B30.4B$92.4B21.8B31.4B$91.4B21.9B32.4B$90.4B21.11B32.3B$89.4B
21.4B.7B33.2B$88.4B21.4B2.B2A4B34.B$87.4B21.4B3.B2A3B$86.4B21.4B5.6B$
85.4B21.4B6.5B$84.4B21.4B8.4B$83.4B21.4B7.5B$82.4B21.4B8.2A$81.4B21.
4B10.A$80.4B21.4B8.3A$79.4B21.4B9.A$78.4B21.4B$77.4B21.4B$76.4B21.4B$
75.4B21.4B$74.4B21.4B$73.4B21.4B$72.4B21.4B$71.4B21.4B$70.4B21.4B$69.
4B21.4B$68.4B21.4B$67.4B21.4B!

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by dvgrn » November 17th, 2017, 7:16 pm

chris_c wrote:There's a pair of eaters that can be welded together closely. Also changing a snake into an eater gives an extra two lanes of clearance...
Come to think of it, the size can be reduced a bit more by using an Fx77 instead of an F117 for the first Herschel-conduit extension, which lets the trombone-slide Snarks move five cells closer to the circuit and improves the repeat time by 40 ticks:

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x = 243, y = 167, rule = LifeHistory
241.C$240.C2B$239.B3C$238.4B$237.4B$236.4B$235.4B$234.4B$233.4B$232.
4B$231.4B$230.4B$229.4B$228.4B$227.4B$226.4B$225.4B$224.4B$223.4B$
222.4B$221.4B$220.4B$219.4B$218.4B$217.4B$216.4B$215.4B$214.4B$213.4B
$212.4B$211.4B$210.4B$209.4B$208.4B$207.4B$206.4B$205.4B$204.4B$203.
4B$202.4B$201.4B$200.4B$199.4B$198.4B$197.4B$196.4B$195.4B$194.4B$
193.4B$192.4B$191.4B$190.4B$189.4B$188.4B$187.4B$186.4B$185.4B$184.4B
$183.4B$182.4B$181.4B$180.4B$179.4B$178.4B$177.4B$176.4B$175.4B$174.
4B$173.4B$172.4B$171.4B$170.4B$169.4B$168.4B$167.4B$166.4B$165.4B$
164.4B$163.4B$162.4B$161.4B$160.4B$159.4B$158.4B$157.4B$156.4B$155.4B
$154.4B$153.4B$152.4B$151.4B$150.4B$149.4B$44.2A3.2A97.4B$44.2A2.A.3A
94.4B$48.A4.A92.4B$44.4A.2A2.A91.4B$44.A2.A.A.A.2A89.4B$46.BABABA.A
89.4B$47.B2ABA.A88.4B$48.2B.BA88.4B$47.3B77.C12.4B$38.2A6.4B76.C2B10.
4B10.C$39.A6.B2A3B73.B3C9.4B10.C2B$39.A.AB3.B2A3B72.4B9.4B10.B3C$40.
2AB.10B69.4B9.4B10.4B$42.13B67.4B9.4B10.4B$42.14B65.4B9.4B10.4B$42.
15B63.4B9.4B10.4B$44.8B2.4B61.4B9.4B10.4B$44.6B5.4B59.4B9.4B10.4B$43.
9B4.4B57.4B9.4B10.4B$42.4B4.2A5.4B55.4B9.4B10.4B$41.4B5.A7.4B53.4B9.
4B10.4B$40.4B7.3A5.4B51.4B9.4B10.4B$30.A8.4B10.A6.4B49.4B9.4B10.4B$
28.5A5.4B5.2A12.4B47.4B9.4B10.4B$27.A5.A4.4B5.A14.4B45.4B9.4B10.4B$
27.A2.3AB2.7B.BA.A15.4B43.4B9.4B10.4B$26.2A.A.2B3.7B.B2A17.4B41.4B9.
4B10.4B$26.A2.4A12B20.4B39.4B9.4B10.4B$27.2A2.BA3B2A7B21.4B37.4B9.4B
10.4B$29.3AB.2B2A7B22.4B35.4B9.4B10.4B$29.A.B3.10B23.4B33.4B2.4B3.4B
10.4B$26.2A.A8.8B23.4B31.4B2.6B.4B10.4B$26.2A.2A7.9B23.4B29.4B3.10B
10.4B$39.3B2.4B23.4B27.4B4.9B10.4B$.C35.5B3.4B23.4B25.4B5.9B9.4B$2BC
34.2A7.4B23.4B23.4B6.10B7.4B$3CB34.A8.4B23.4B21.17B.4B5.4B$.4B23.A6.
3A10.4B19.A3.4B19.17B3.4B3.4B$2.4B22.3A4.A7.B.3B.4B16.3A4.4B5.A11.17B
5.4B.4B$3.4B24.A10.18B8.A8.4B4.3A8.18B6.7B$4.4B10.A11.2A3.B5.2B2A16B
7.2A8.4B6.A6.18B8.5B$5.4B7.3A11.8B3.2B2A16B2.B.5B9.4B4.2A5.4B2.11B10.
5B$6.4B5.A16.8B.20B.6B12.4B3.4B2.4B4.10B9.7B$7.4B4.2A15.36B7.10B4.7B
5.9B9.4B.4B$2A6.9B14.15B.2B2.19B.B3.13B.6B7.8B8.4B3.4B$.A7.6B14.17B8.
46B2.8B7.4B5.4B$.A.2A5.6B3.B2.2B2.19B11.45B2.8B5.4B7.4B$2.A2.A4.35B
12.44B2.8B4.4B9.4B$3.2AB3.27B.7B12.21B2A22B.9B3.4B11.4B$4.14B2A25B11.
7B.13B2A33B.4B13.4B$5.13B2A26B8.2AB.3B4.6B2.11B.31B15.4B$6.29B2.8B8.A
.AB9.4B3.10B.4B.26B17.4B$6.17B.B.2B11.6B8.A10.5B5.6B3.4B2.25B19.4B$7.
15B4.3B10.5B8.2A10.2A9.3B4.4B2.25B21.4B$7.15B5.A2B.2A7.4B21.A9.B5.4B
3.25B22.4B$8.13B5.A.A2B.A7.3B19.3A9.2C4.4B5.24B23.4B$10.13B2.A.AB2.A
9.4B17.A11.C4.4B8.21B25.4B$9.8B4.2A.A.A3.A12.2A27.C.C3.4B9.6B4.10B27.
4B$9.6B6.2ABA2.4A.A10.A28.2C3.4B11.4B6.9B28.4B$9.5B8.B2.A.A3.A.A10.3A
29.4B13.B8.8B30.4B$9.B.B9.2A.2A2.A2.A.A12.A28.4B23.8B31.4B$10.3B9.A.A
2.2A3.A41.4B23.9B32.4B$9.B2AB9.A.A48.4B23.11B32.4B$10.2A11.A48.4B23.
4B.7B33.4B$71.4B23.4B2.B2A4B34.4B$70.4B23.4B3.B2A3B36.4B$69.4B23.4B5.
6B36.4B$68.4B23.4B6.5B38.4B$67.4B23.4B8.4B39.4B$66.4B23.4B7.5B41.4B$
65.4B23.4B8.2A45.4B$64.4B23.4B10.A46.4B$63.4B23.4B8.3A48.4B$62.4B23.
4B9.A51.4B!
Thinking a little further outside the box -- or rather, throwing away the box entirely and replacing it with a handbasket -- here's a somewhat larger demultiplexer with adjustable width, and also adjustable placement of the boat turner.

As shown below the circuit has 55 transparent lanes. To adjust the width in two-lane increments, move the southeast part of the circuit southeast (to increase the width) or northwest (to decrease it).

The boat is currently on the SEmost of the transparent lanes. To move the boat N cells (2N lanes) northwest, move the two Snarks in the northwest away from the circuit by N cells.

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x = 312, y = 239, rule = LifeHistory
310.A$309.A$309.3A111$58.2A$58.A.A$60.A4.2A$56.4A.2A2.A2.A$56.A2.A.A.
A.A.2A$59.A.A.A.A$60.2A.A.A$64.A$135.A$50.2A82.A$51.A7.2A73.3A$51.A.A
5.2A$52.2A7$62.2A$62.A$63.3A$65.A22$17.2A$18.A$16.A$16.5A14.2A$21.A
13.A$18.3A12.A.A$17.A15.2A10.2A$17.4A24.2A$15.2A3.A3.2A$14.A2.3A4.2A$
14.2A.A$17.A$17.2A3$25.2A$26.A$23.3A$23.A7.2A102.A$30.A.A101.A$30.A
103.3A$29.2A$10.2A11.A$10.2A10.A.A$22.A.A2.2A3.A$21.2A.2A2.A2.A.A$25.
A.A3.A.A$21.2A.A2.4A.A17.2A$21.2A.A.A3.A19.A$25.A.A3.A19.3A$26.A.A3.A
20.A$27.A3.2A4$18.2A$18.2A$3.2A$2.A2.A$.A.2A$.A$2A$15.2A9.2A21.2A$15.
A9.A.A21.2A$16.3A6.A17.2A$18.A5.2A17.2A$3.3A$5.A$4.A40.2A$38.2A5.2A$
38.2A5$125.2A$126.A$126.A.A$116.A10.2A$114.3A$113.A$113.2A$98.2A48.2A
$99.A48.2A$99.A.2A$100.A2.A$101.2A$116.2A$116.2A4$125.A3.2A$124.A.A3.
A$123.A.A3.A$119.2A.A.A3.A$119.2A.A2.4A.A$123.A.A3.A.A6.2A$119.2A.2A
2.A2.A.A6.2A$120.A.A2.2A3.A$108.2A10.A.A$108.2A11.A!
There might be an Oe2 splitter available that's a little smaller and/or can connect directly to the syringe without an intermediate R64, if anyone wants to have a look.

Any of the Oe2s is guaranteed to swap in cleanly for the one I used, unless you rotate or reflect the H-to-2G... otherwise you might need an Eo2 instead. Or, to put it another way, a rotated or reflected Eo2 splitter might work and have better geometry.

So the synchronization problem is a little bit complicated -- but only half as bad as the Oo1/Ee1/Oe3/Eo3 group (!). I hope someday somebody comes up with a splitter rating system that's a little less awkwardnessful.

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Jormungant » May 19th, 2019, 4:00 am

Kazyan wrote:A tight-turning HRxH:

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x = 41, y = 54, rule = LifeHistory
17.2A$16.A.A$16.A$10.2A2.2A.4A$10.A2.A.A.A2.A$12.2A.AB2A2.2A$13.A.2A
2B2A2.A$13.A.AB2A2.2A.A$14.A3.B2A3.A$15.3A.A.3A$17.A3BA$18.3B$18.BAB$
18.BA.2B$17.6B$18.6B$18.6B$18.7B$18.8B$19.9B$18.11B10.2A$18.11B9.A.A$
18.12B8.A$18.5B2A5B.2B3.A.A$18.4BA2BA6B2A2.2A$18.5B2A7B2A$16.15B.B$
16.14B$15.11B$15.10B$15.11B8.A$9.A5.12B5.3A$9.3A3.13B3.A$12.A2.13B2.A
.A$11.2A4.10B4.A$11.4B3.9B$13.3B.9B$12.13B4.2A$11.14B4.2A$11.15B$10.
16B$10.16B$9.17B$7.19B$7.2BC16B2.A$6.3BCBC4B.9B.A.A$7.2B3C4B2.B.6B2.A
$6.5BC2D2B5.5B$5.8BDB5.B2A2B$4.4B4.3D4.AB.A.B2A$3.4B6.B4.A.2A2.BA.A$
2.4B12.A8.A$.4B14.3A5.2A$4B17.A!
It looks like a periodic conduit, but it's actually not, as far as circuitry is concerned. The p6 pipsquirter deletes an Annoying Beehive, but it works the same way regardless of relative timing. At worst, it takes 5 ticks longer to clean it up.
Well, I guess Kazyan 'tight-turning HRxH' is in fact a decent hive factory, it seems it can be also used for starting a new track.

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x = 60, y = 85, rule = LifeHistory
58.A$57.A$57.3A11$45.B$44.2B$43.4B$42.4B$41.4B$40.4B$39.4B$38.4B$37.
4B$36.4B$35.4B$34.4B$33.4B$32.4B$19.D11.4B$18.3D9.4B$17.2D2.D7.4B$28.
A3B$27.A3B$26.B3A3$13.AB$12.A.A$12.2A3$20.2D$19.D2BDB$18.2B2D2B$18.8B
$14.2A3.9B$13.A.A2.11B$13.A4.11B$12.2A4.12B$18.5B2A5B.2B$18.4BA2BA6B
2A$18.5B2A7B2A$16.15B.B$16.14B$15.11B$15.10B$15.11B8.A$9.A5.12B5.3A$
9.3A3.13B3.A$12.A2.13B2.A.A$11.2A4.10B4.A$11.4B3.9B$13.3B.9B$12.13B4.
2A$11.14B4.2A$11.15B$10.16B$10.16B$9.17B$7.19B$7.2BC16B2.A$6.3BCBC4B.
9B.A.A$7.2B3C4B2.B.6B2.A$6.5BC2D2B5.5B$5.8BD2B4.B2A2B$4.8B3DB3.AB.A.B
2A$3.13B2.A.2A2.BA.A$2.14B2.A8.A$.15B3.3A5.2A$15B6.A$2.13B$2.14B$3.
12B$5.3B2A3B$6.BA2BA2B$8.2AB!

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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Moosey » May 19th, 2019, 9:51 am

Are there any good loaf factories?
Those could make a composite E eater/E->G

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x = 6, y = 12, rule = LifeHistory
3.A$2.A.A$2.A2.A$3.2A5$.A$3A$A.A$A!
#C [[ ZOOM 13 ]]
I remember seeing some somewhere.

Why is it so difficult to find elementary E conduits?
It just seems like there are a few nice reactions involving Es, but all seem to have some flaw—This one would be an elementary E->G if there was a way to catalyse the loaf so that it isn’t destroyed, but it’s not in a very good place in the reaction envelope, and I’m not naïve enough to assume there’s a way to restore it that way.
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Whoops, wrong RLE :oops:
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » September 23rd, 2019, 2:25 am

H->Ship:

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x = 21, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
14b2o$14b2o5$2o$bo$bobo$2b2o3$14bo$14bob2o$16bobo$17b2o$2bo$2bobo$2b3o
$4bo$19b2o$19b2o6$10b2o$11bo$8b3o$8bo!
Is there a H-edgy eater that can eat a glider?
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Re: Still-life 'factories'

Post by Entity Valkyrie 2 » September 26th, 2019, 2:52 am

dbell wrote:This is an old conduit which is a glider-to-boat converter. Unfortunately it has an eater which interferes with its use as a switch in the manner similar to the demultiplexer.

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x = 22, y = 36, rule = B3/S23
17bo$17b3o$20bo$19b2o5$20b2o$20b2o5$7b2o$8bo$8bobo$9b2o7$9bo$9bobo$9b
3o$11bo5$2b2o$3bo$3o$o!
If the troublesome eater is removed then the conduit still produces a boat, but also leaves a block. So I used a glider from an earlier conduit to delete the block.
This is not on a transparent lane, but allows the glider to be eaten2 instead of destroying the eater1:

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x = 59, y = 72, rule = B3/S23
13bo$13b3o$16bo$15b2o5$16b2o$16b2o2$4bo$3bobo$3bobo$b3ob2o$o$b3ob2o$3b
ob2o7$5bo$5bobo$5b3o$7bo42$57b2o$56b2o$58bo!
EDIT: Yes, this is 2G-to-eater1 on a transparent lane for the blocked gliders, but unfortunately it has a recovery time of a whopping 5,465 generations:

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x = 395, y = 293, rule = B3/S23
27b2o$27bobo$29bo4b2o$25b4ob2o2bo2bo$25bo2bobobobob2o$28bobobobo$29b2o
bobo$33bo2$19b2o$20bo7b2o$20bobo5b2o$21b2o7$31b2o$31bo$32b3o$34bo235b
2o$38bo231bobo$36b3o233bo4b2o$35bo232b4ob2o2bo2bo$35b6o23b2o202bo2bobo
bobob2o$3b2o35bo17bo5bo206bobobobo$4bo32b2o19b3o4b3o204b2obobo$2bo34bo
b4o18bo5bo208bo$2b5o14b2o16bo3bo16b2o6b2o$7bo13bo16bo3bobo25bo191b2o$
4b3o12bobo15bo3bobo26bo192bo7b2o$3bo15b2o16b2o3bo25bob2o191bobo5b2o$3b
4o16bo38b2o4b2o2bo191b2o$b2o3bo3b2o11b3o35bo2bo6b2o$o2b3o4b2o14bo35b2o
$2obo21b2o23b2o$3bo46b2o$3b2o68b2o$74bo$74bobo177b2o18b2o$11b2o62b2o
178bo18bo$12bo240bo21b3o$9b3o241b5o14b3o2bo$9bo248bo13bo2bo$59b2o3b2o
189b3o12bobo2b2o$14bo23b2o20bo3bo20b2o167bo15b2o$13bobo22bo18b3o5b3o
16bo2bo166b4o$14bo14b2o8b3o15bo9bo16bobo165b2o3bo3b2o$29bo11bo43bo165b
o2b3o4b2o$30b3o34bo183b2obo$32bo32b3o186bo$64bo189b2o$16b2o45bobo$15bo
bo45bobo$15bo48bo188bo8b2o$14b2o235b3o9bo$30b2obo42b2o172bo6b2ob3o$30b
ob2o42b2o172b2o5b2obo$260bo56bo$23b2o23b2o117b2o11bo65b2o12b3o52b3o$
23b2o23b2o117b2o10bobo64b2o8b2o5bo50bo$179bobo2b2o3bo66b2o4b2o50b2o$
178b2ob2o2bo2bobo$182bobo3bobo$68b2o108b2obo2b4obo3bo9bo118b2o$68bobo
107b2obobo3bo5b3o5b3o119bo$70bo111bobo3bo7bo3bo13b2o107bob2o$13b2o46b
2o7b2o111bobo3bo5b2o3b2o13bo52b2o45b2o4b3o2bo$14bo46b2o121bo3b2o24bo
53b2o45b2o3bo3b2o$14bobo197b2o80bo23b4o$15b2o34bob2o240bobo8b2o15bo$
49b3ob2o240bobo7bobo12b3o$48bo126b2o119bo8bo13bo$49b3ob2o120b2o127b2o
14b5o$51b2o2bo104b2o103b2o57bo$33b2o19bobo102bo2bo54b2o46bo56bo$33bo
16bob2obobo16bo83bob2o55b2o38b2o7b3o53b2o$31bobo16b2obo2bo15b3o27b2o
54bo98bo10bo$31b2o20bo17bo30bobo52b2o88b2o3b2o4b3o$53b2o16b2o31bo2bo
64b2o71bo2bo4bo6bo$51b2o2bobo46b4o64bo72b3o5bobo$50bo2bo2b2o19b2o3b2o
89b3o78b2o$51b2o25bo4bo22b4o65bo10b2o57b3o$78bob3o22bo3bo75bobo11b2o6b
o37bo2bo$76bobobo24b2o78bo13b2o6b3o37b2o$76b2o106b2o24bo$209b2o$83b2o
19b2o$83b2o19b2o73b2o$179bobo$13b2o15b2o26b2o19b2o100bo4b2o$12bobo15b
2o26b2o19b2o96b4ob2o2bo2bo$12bo25b2o137bo2bobobobob2o$11b2o25bo141bobo
bobo$36bobo18b2o122b2obobo$36b2o20bo126bo$55b3o20b2o31b2o$55bo21bo2bo
2b2o21b2o2bo2bo57b2o$76bobobo3bo21bobo2b2o59bo7b2o$76bo2bob3o7b2o16b2o
61bobo5b2o$18b2o55b2o3bo7bo3bo17bo62b2o$19bo54bo2b3o2b2o4b4o15bo2bob2o
$19bobo41b2o10b2o6bo22bobob2obo$20b2o41b2o13b2o3bob2o3b2o15bobo$75b2ob
o2bobobobobo2bo15bo2b2o$75bo2bob2obobobobobo17b2ob3o$77b2obo2bo2bobobo
24bo$82bobobobo20b2ob3o68b2o$81b2ob2o2bo20b2obo70bo$66b2o20b2o94b3o$
67bo33b2o83bo$64b3o25b2o7b2o$64bo25bo2bo$90b2obobo$92bob2o$21b2o15b2o
52bo$21b2o15bobo49b3o$13b2o25bo48bo$14bo25b2o47b2o23b2o$14bobo97b2o$
15b2o4$99bo$33b2o44b2o17bobo$33bo44bobo5b2o10bobo$31bobo44bo7b2o11bo
208b2o$31b2o44b2o17b3o208bobo$96bo204b2o4bo$91bo207bo2bo2b2ob4o$87b2ob
obo206b2obobobobo2bo$86bobobobo209bobobobo$83bo2bobobobob2o206bobob2o$
35b2o46b4ob2o2bo2bo207bo$35bo51bo4b2o204bo$33bobo49bobo208b3o17b2o$33b
2o50b2o208bo11b2o7bo$294bobo10b2o5bobo$294bobo17b2o$20b2o273bo$19bobo$
19bo$18b2o$43b2o$43b2o234b2o$279b2o23b2o$22b2o281bo$21bobo278b3o$21bo
4b2o274bo$20b2o5bo271b2obo$24b3o5bo266bobob2o$24bo6bobo267bo2bo25bo$
32bo259b2o7b2o25b3o$216b2o74b2o33bo$216b2o87b2o20b2o$282bob2o20bo2b2ob
2o$280b3ob2o20bobobobo$279bo24bobobo2bo2bob2o$280b3ob2o17bobobobobob2o
bo2bo$282b2o2bo15bo2bobobobobo2bob2o$285bobo15b2o3b2obo3b2o13b2o$281bo
b2obobo22bo6b2o10b2o$281b2obo2bo15b4o4b2o2b3o2bo$284bo17bo3bo7bo3b2o$
284b2o16b2o7b3obo2bo$282b2o2bobo21bo3bobobo$281bo2bo2b2o21b2o2bo2bo21b
o$282b2o31b2o20b3o$336bo$336b2o3$314b2o19b2o$314b2o19b2o2$289b2o19b2o$
289b2o19b2o2$317b2o$288b2o24bobobo$285bo3bo22b3obo$285b4o22bo4bo25b2o$
311b2o3b2o19b2o2bo2bo$287b4o46bobo2b2o$287bo2bo31b2o16b2o$290bobo30bo
17bo$291b2o27b3o15bo2bob2o$320bo16bobob2obo$338bobo$339bo2b2o$340b2ob
3o$346bo$340b2ob3o$340b2obo2$332b2o$323b2o7b2o$324bo$324bobo$325b2o4$
345b2o$345b2o2$317b2o$317b2o2$330bo$329bobo$329bobo35bo$330bo36b3o$
327b3o32bo7bo$327bo34b3o4b2o$309bo43bo11bo$308bobo16bo9bo15b3o8b2o$
307bo2bo16b3o5b3o18bo$308b2o20bo3bo20b2o$329b2o3b2o$385bo$383b3o$382bo
$318b2o62b2o$318bobo$320bo$320b2o68b2o$343b2o46bo$343b2o23b2o21bob2o$
331b2o35bo14b2o4b3o2bo$330bo2bo35b3o11b2o3bo3b2o$325b2o4b2o38bo16b4o$
324bobo47b2o15bo$324bo48bobo12b3o$323b2o48bo13bo$333b2o37b2o14b5o$333b
o58bo$334b3o53bo$336bo53b2o4$326bo$326b3o31bo$329bo30b3o$328b2o33bo$
362b2o6$120bo217b2o$120b2o209b2o5bobo31b2o$119bobo209b2o7bo24b2o5bobo$
340b2o23b2o7bo$374b2o$327bo$326bobob2o29bo$326bobobobo27bobob2o$307b2o
14b2obobobobo2bo24bobobobo$307bobo13bo2bo2b2ob4o21b2obobobobo2bo$307bo
17b2o4bo25bo2bo2b2ob4o$331bobo25b2o4bo$332b2o31bobo$366b2o22$338b2o$
337b2o$339bo!
EDIT: Oops, a snark was missing.
Reducable?

EDIT: Reduced by 45% to 3,017 ticks, but still to slow:

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x = 255, y = 208, rule = B3/S23
27b2o$27bobo$29bo4b2o$25b4ob2o2bo2bo$25bo2bobobobob2o$28bobobobo$29b2o
bobo$33bo2$19b2o$20bo7b2o$20bobo5b2o$21b2o7$31b2o$31bo$32b3o$34bo$38bo
$36b3o$35bo$35b6o23b2o$3b2o35bo17bo5bo131b2o$4bo32b2o19b3o4b3o128bobo$
2bo34bob4o18bo5bo130bo4b2o$2b5o14b2o16bo3bo16b2o6b2o124b4ob2o2bo2bo$7b
o13bo16bo3bobo25bo123bo2bobobobob2o$4b3o12bobo15bo3bobo26bo126bobobobo
$3bo15b2o16b2o3bo25bob2o126b2obobo$3b4o16bo38b2o4b2o2bo129bo$b2o3bo3b
2o11b3o35bo2bo6b2o$o2b3o4b2o14bo35b2o124b2o$2obo21b2o23b2o137bo7b2o$3b
o46b2o137bobo5b2o$3b2o68b2o115b2o25bo$74bo140b3o$74bobo137bo$11b2o62b
2o137b2o$12bo$9b3o$9bo212b2o$59b2o3b2o134b2o21bo$14bo23b2o20bo3bo20b2o
113bo22bob2o$13bobo22bo18b3o5b3o16bo2bo113b3o11b2o4b3o2bo$14bo14b2o8b
3o15bo9bo16bobo116bo11b2o3bo3b2o$29bo11bo43bo134b4o$30b3o34bo138b2o15b
o$32bo32b3o137bobo12b3o$64bo140bo13bo$16b2o45bobo137bobo14b5o$15bobo
45bobo135b3ob2o17bo$15bo48bo135bo21bo$14b2o183bobo20b2o$30b2obo42b2o
121bobo$30bob2o42b2o122bo2$23b2o23b2o$23b2o23b2o2$184b2o$184b2o$68b2o$
68bobo$70bo$13b2o46b2o7b2o132b2o$14bo46b2o141bobo$14bobo189bo$15b2o34b
ob2o142b2o7b2o$49b3ob2o142b2o$48bo$49b3ob2o132bob2o$51b2o2bo129b3ob2o$
33b2o19bobo127bo$33bo16bob2obobo16bo110b3ob2o$31bobo16b2obo2bo15b3o27b
2o83b2o2bo$31b2o20bo17bo30bobo85bobo$53b2o16b2o31bo2bo78bob2obobo$51b
2o2bobo46b4o78b2obo2bo16b2o$50bo2bo2b2o19b2o3b2o105bo19bo$51b2o25bo4bo
22b4o79b2o16bobo$78bob3o22bo3bo77b2o2bobo13b2o$76bobobo24b2o79bo2bo2b
2o$76b2o109b2o2$83b2o19b2o$83b2o19b2o2$13b2o15b2o26b2o19b2o$12bobo15b
2o26b2o19b2o$12bo25b2o$11b2o25bo$36bobo18b2o$36b2o20bo130b2o15b2o$55b
3o20b2o31b2o75bobo15b2o$55bo21bo2bo2b2o21b2o2bo2bo74bo25b2o$76bobobo3b
o21bobo2b2o74b2o25bo$76bo2bob3o7b2o16b2o101bobo$18b2o55b2o3bo7bo3bo17b
o101b2o$19bo54bo2b3o2b2o4b4o15bo2bob2o$19bobo41b2o10b2o6bo22bobob2obo$
20b2o41b2o13b2o3bob2o3b2o15bobo$75b2obo2bobobobobo2bo15bo2b2o81bo$75bo
2bob2obobobobobo17b2ob3o79b3o$77b2obo2bo2bobobo24bo81bo$82bobobobo20b
2ob3o81b2o$81b2ob2o2bo20b2obo$66b2o20b2o93b2o$67bo33b2o81bo$64b3o25b2o
7b2o81bobo$64bo25bo2bo91b2o$90b2obobo21b2o61b2o$92bob2o21bo63bo$21b2o
15b2o52bo22bobo63bobo$21b2o15bobo49b3o22b2o65b2o$13b2o25bo48bo$14bo25b
2o47b2o144bo$14bobo216b3o$15b2o215bo$181b2o49b2o$181b2o$210b2o$99bo
110b2o28b2o$33b2o44b2o17bobo140bo$33bo44bobo5b2o10bobo140bob2o$31bobo
44bo7b2o11bo133b2o4b3o2bo$31b2o44b2o17b3o91bo42b2o3bo3b2o$96bo92bobo
46b4o$91bo97b2o33b2o15bo$87b2obobo130bobo12b3o$86bobobobo130bo13bo$83b
o2bobobobob2o126b2o14b5o$35b2o46b4ob2o2bo2bo146bo$35bo51bo4b2o146bo$
33bobo49bobo152b2o$33b2o50b2o3$20b2o$19bobo$19bo184b2o$18b2o184b2o$43b
2o$43b2o2$22b2o$21bobo$21bo4b2o$20b2o5bo$24b3o5bo$24bo6bobo$32bo12$64b
o$62b3o$61bo$61b2o3$178b2o$179b2o$178bo2$51b2o$50bobo5b2o$50bo7b2o$49b
2o$224b3o$63bo160bo$59b2obobo160bo$58bobobobo$55bo2bobobobob2o$55b4ob
2o2bo2bo$59bo4b2o$57bobo$57b2o16$253b2o$252b2o$254bo!
EDIT: p6:

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x = 163, y = 103, rule = B3/S23
78b2o$49b2o27b2o$50bo$37bo11bo$37b3o9b2o$40bo$27b2o10b2o$4bo23bo$5b2o
21bobo$4b2o12bo10b2o$16b3o33b2o$15bo36b2o30b2o$15b2o67bobo$2o84bo$bo
84b2o$bob2o$2bo2bo$3b2o$18b2o$18b2o23b2o21b2ob2o$43bo20b3obob3o$44b3o
16bo4bo4bo$46bo16bob2o2b2obobo$27bo3b2o31bo2b2o3bobo$26bobo3bo32b2o2b
2obob2o$25bobo3bo35bo4bobo2bo$21b2obobo3bo36b4ob2o2b2o$21b2obo2b4obo
38bo$25bobo3bobo35bobo$21b2ob2o2bo2bobo35b2o$22bobo2b2o3bo$10b2o10bobo
$10b2o11bo28$121b2o$120b2o$122bo38$161b2o$160b2o$162bo!
EDIT: H-to-bipond (Please move snarks for better access):

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x = 84, y = 53, rule = B3/S23
25bo$25bobo$9bo15b3o$9b3o15bo$12bo$11b2o2$27b2o$3b2o23bo$3bo21b3o$2obo
21bo$o2b3o4b2o$b2o3bo3b2o$3b4o$3bo15b2o$4b3o12bobo12b2o13b2o$7bo13bo7b
2o3b2o13b2o$2b5o14b2o6b2o$2bo$4bo$3b2o23b2o$29bo4b2o33bo$26b3o5b2o32bo
bo$26bo42b2o$80b2o$72b2o6bo$72bo8b3o$73b3o7bo$75bo2$39bo$37b3o$36bo$
36b2o7$26b2o$25bobo5b2o$25bo7b2o$24b2o2$38bo$34b2obobo$33bobobobo$30bo
2bobobobob2o$30b4ob2o2bo2bo$34bo4b2o$32bobo$32b2o!
The ENEERG-y of the EVAD is watching.
The 70th NAI-ve guy is watching

No-one can trust Entity Valkyrie, except Dean Hickerson.
I will paste all the LifeWiki stuff in several RLEs, and never use LifeWiki again.

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