p64 thunderbird hassler

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p64 thunderbird hassler
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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 41
Bounding box 18×31
Period 64
Mod 64
Heat 54.56
Volatility 1.00
Strict volatility 0.59
Discovered by carybe
Year of discovery 2018

p64 thunderbird hassler is a period 64 oscillator discovered by "carybe" on November 3, 2018 in a fourfold form using apgsearch. Its monomerized version is the second smallest known oscillator of this period, after Merzenich's p64. It consists of a thunderbird and a blinker being hassled using the sparks from two figure eights (or 68P16s). It has cis and trans isomers in which the figure eights are oriented differently relative to the rest of the oscillator.

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