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'''Sixty-nine''' is a {{period|4}} [[oscillator]] that was found by [[Robert Wainwright]] in October {{year|1978}}.<ref>{{CiteHickersonOscillators|accessdate=March 14, 2020}}</ref> Its name comes from the fact that it has 69 [[cell]]s in all four of its [[phase]]s. It contains four [[mazing]]s that [[hassle]] a [[traffic light]] [[predecessor]].
'''Sixty-nine''' is a {{period|4}} [[oscillator]] that was found by [[Robert Wainwright]] in October {{year|1978}}.<ref>{{CiteHickersonOscillators|accessdate=March 14, 2020}}</ref> Its name comes from the fact that it has 69 [[cell]]s in all four of its [[phase]]s. It contains four [[mazing]]s that [[hassle]] an unnamed object consisting of an [[crotchet]] and a pair of [[domino]]es.


== See also ==
== See also ==

Revision as of 21:42, 18 February 2024

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Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 69
Bounding box 22 × 22
Period 4
Mod 1
Heat 68
Volatility 1.00
Strict volatility 0.94
Discovered by Robert Wainwright
Year of discovery 1978

Sixty-nine is a period-4 oscillator that was found by Robert Wainwright in October 1978.[1] Its name comes from the fact that it has 69 cells in all four of its phases. It contains four mazings that hassle an unnamed object consisting of an crotchet and a pair of dominoes.

See also

References

  1. Dean Hickerson's oscillator stamp collection. Retrieved on March 14, 2020.

External links