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|Number of cells||18|
|Discovered by||Emerson J. Perkins|
|Year of discovery||2011|
40514M is a methuselah with a lifespan of 40514 generations, discovered by Emerson J. Perkins on May 1, 2011 based on a soup from the Online Life-Like CA Soup Search. It contains 4 blinkers and a B-heptomino.
The stable pattern that results from 40514M (excluding 70 escaping gliders) has 3381 cells and consists of 248 blinkers (including 21 traffic lights), 218 blocks, 163 beehives (including nine honey farms), 56 loaves, 39 boats, 10 ships, nine tubs, five ponds, four beacons, two toads, one barge, one eater 1 and one long boat.
- Emerson J. Perkins (knightlife) (May 1, 2011). "Re: The Online Life-Like CA Soup Search". Retrieved on April 21, 2016.