22P36
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22P36  
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Pattern type  Oscillator  

Number of cells  22  
Bounding box  14×18  
Period  36  
Mod  36  
Heat  19.2  
Volatility  0.89  
Strict volatility  0.89  
Discovered by  Noam Elkies  
Year of discovery  1995  
 
 
 

 For the period 22 oscillator, see 36P22.
22P36 is an unnamed period 36 oscillator found by Noam Elkies on January 29, 1995.^{[1]} It consists of a double hassling action, in which two colliding traffic lights is first converted by eater 1s into two pair of blinkers and a two blocks. These react to create a pair of blinkers and Lsparks, which then produce then a pair of phi sparks, which are then hassled by the same eaters to produce Ttetrominoes, which reevolve to traffic lights. In terms of its 22 cells it is the smallest period 36 oscillator.
References
 ↑ Dean Hickerson's oscillator stamp collection. Retrieved on June 16, 2009.
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 Oscillators with 22 cells
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 Periodic objects with minimum population 22
 Oscillators with period 36
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 Oscillators with heat 19
 Oscillators with volatility 0.89
 Oscillators with strict volatility 0.89
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