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'''Dave Greene''' is a [[Conway's Game of Life|Life]] enthusiast currently residing in the United States.
 
'''Dave Greene''' is a [[Conway's Game of Life|Life]] enthusiast currently residing in the United States.
  
Some of his most notable contributions to the Game of Life were the construction of the [[boojum reflector]], which was the smallest and fastest known 180-degree [[stable reflector]] from [[:Category:Patterns found in 2001|2001]] until [[:Category:Patterns found in 2009|2009]]. He also constructed the first non-[[glider]] [[gun]] that fires [[spaceship]]s that travel at a speed other than c/2 (see [[P416 60P5H2V0 gun]]).
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Some of his most notable contributions to the Game of Life were the construction of the [[boojum reflector]], which was the smallest and fastest known 180-degree [[stable reflector]] from {{year|2001}} until {{year|2009}}. He also constructed the first non-[[glider]] [[gun]] that fires [[spaceship]]s that travel at a speed other than c/2 (see [[P416 60P5H2V0 gun]]).
  
 
In November 2013 he found the [[linear propagator]], the first true [[replicator]] in the Game of Life.
 
In November 2013 he found the [[linear propagator]], the first true [[replicator]] in the Game of Life.

Latest revision as of 18:21, 27 December 2019

Dave Greene
Born Unknown
Residence United States
Nationality Unknown
Institutions Unknown
Alma mater Unknown

Dave Greene is a Life enthusiast currently residing in the United States.

Some of his most notable contributions to the Game of Life were the construction of the boojum reflector, which was the smallest and fastest known 180-degree stable reflector from 2001 until 2009. He also constructed the first non-glider gun that fires spaceships that travel at a speed other than c/2 (see P416 60P5H2V0 gun).

In November 2013 he found the linear propagator, the first true replicator in the Game of Life.

Patterns found by Dave Greene

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