78P70

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78P70
x = 31, y = 25, rule = B3/S23 5bo19bo$5b3o15b3o$8bo13bo$7b2o13b2o2$2o27b2o$bo11b2o14bo$bobo9b2o12bob o$2b2o23b2o$19bobo$18bo2bo$18bo2bo$11bo7bo$9bo2bo$9bo2bo$9bobo$2b2o23b 2o$bobo12b2o9bobo$bo14b2o11bo$2o27b2o2$7b2o13b2o$8bo13bo$5b3o15b3o$5bo 19bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ GPS 10 ZOOM 10 LOOP 70 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 78
Bounding box 31×25
Period 70
Mod 35
Heat 35.1
Volatility 0.86
Strict volatility 0.78
Discovered by Karel Suhajda
Year of discovery 2007

78P70 is a period 70 oscillator discovered by Karel Suhajda on June 17, 2007.[1] It consists of eight copies of eater 1 hassling two blocks and two honey farm predecessors. In terms of its 78 cells, it was the smallest known non-trivial period 70 oscillator until the discovery of fumarole on 34P14 shuttle in 2018.

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Generation 2 reveals two copies of generation 2 of the bun.

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