Bi-loaf (pure glider generator)
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|Pattern type||Pure glider generator|
|Number of cells||12|
|Discovered by||Honeywell group|
|Year of discovery||1971|
- This article is about the pure glider generator. For other uses, see Bi-loaf (disambiguation).
|It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Pure glider generator. (Discuss)|
Bi-loaf is a small pure glider generator that was first described in Lifeline Volume 1. After four generations it evolves into two gliders -- that run in opposite ways along the diagonal that is closest to the great axis of the pattern. E.g. when the great axis is NNE-SSW, the gliders' directions are northeast & southwest.