Gourmet

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Gourmet
x = 20, y = 20, rule = B3/S23 10b2o$10bo$4b2ob2obo4b2o$2bo2bobobo5bo$2b2o4bo8bo$16b2o2$16b2o$o10bo3b obo$3o7b3o3bo$3bo6bobo4b3o$2bobo14bo$2b2o2$2b2o$2bo8bo4b2o$4bo5bobobo 2bo$3b2o4bob2ob2o$9bo$8b2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ GPS 4 ZOOM 14 LOOP 32 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Oscillator type Shuttle
Number of cells 66
Bounding box 20 × 20
Period 32
Mod 8
Heat 6.3
Volatility 0.60
Strict volatility 0.60
Discovered by David Buckingham
Year of discovery 1978

Gourmet is a period-32 oscillator that was discovered by David Buckingham on March 4, 1978.[1] In terms of its 66 cells, it was formerly the smallest known period 32 oscillator until the discovery of the p32 honey farm hassler in 2021. It consists of four cis-boat with tails and four aircraft carriers hassling a pi-heptomino.

Despite gourmet's similarity with Tanner's p46, the latter was not discovered until 2017.

Gallery

Generation 1 reveals that the object being hassled is a pi-heptomino
x = 20, y = 20, rule = B3/S23 10b2o$10bo$2bob2ob2obo3b2o$2b2obobobo4bo$8bo8bo$16b2o2$16b2o$o10bo3bob o$3o7b3o3bo$3bo6bobo4b3o$2bobo14bo$2b2o2$2b2o$2bo8bo$5bo4bobobob2o$4b 2o3bob2ob2obo$9bo$8b2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 GPS 4 ZOOM 14 LOOP 32 AUTOSTART ]]
An alternate form of gourmet using beacons and snakes instead of aircraft carriers (click above to open LifeViewer)
RLE: here Plaintext: here
x = 24, y = 24, rule = B3/S23 11b2o$6b2obo4bob2o$6bo10bo$7b2o6b2o$4b3o2b6o2b3o$4bo2bo8bo2bo$b2obobo 10bobob2o$bobobo12bobobo$3bo16bo$bo2bo14bo2bo$4bo7b3o4bo$o3bo7bobo4bo 3bo$o3bo7bobo4bo3bo$4bo14bo$bo2bo14bo2bo$3bo16bo$bobobo12bobobo$b2obob o10bobob2o$4bo2bo8bo2bo$4b3o2b6o2b3o$7b2o6b2o$6bo10bo$6b2obo4bob2o$11b 2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 GPS 4 ZOOM 8 LOOP 32 AUTOSTART ]]
An alternate stabilization of this oscillator, named pi portraitor, found by Robert Wainwright in 1984 or 1985,[1] using welded heavyweight emulators instead of stable catalysts (click above to open LifeViewer)
RLE: here Plaintext: here
x = 32, y = 32, rule = B3/S23 21bo$20bobo2$13b2o3bo3b2o$13b2o2bo5bo$18bobo$20b2o$14b2o$3b2o8bo2bo$bo bo9bobo4bo$o5bo7bo5bo$bo3b2o2b3o8bo2$3bobo16b2o3b2o$4bo12bo3bo2bo2b2o$ 8bo7b3o3bobo$7bobo6bobo4bo$3b2o2bo2bo16bo$3b2o3b2o16bobo2$11bo8b3o2b2o 3bo$11bo13bo5bo$11bo5b2o9bobo$16bobo8b2o$16b3o$10b2o$11bobo$8bo5bo2b2o $8b2o3bo3b2o2$9bobo$10bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 GPS 4 ZOOM 8 LOOP 32 AUTOSTART ]]
Another alternate stabilization, named popover, found by Robert Wainwright in August 1984,[1] using blinkers and loaf spin catalysts (click above to open LifeViewer)
RLE: here Plaintext: here


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