p58 toadsucker

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p58 toadsucker
x = 67, y = 56, rule = B3/S23 15bo32bo$13b3o32b3o$12bo38bo$12b2o36b2o2$bo60bo$obo4bo48bo4bobo$bo5b2o 6b2o30b2o6b2o5bo$7bo7b2o30b2o7bo3$19b2o22b2o$7bo11b2o5b2o8b2o5b2o11bo$ bo5b2o17bo10bo17b2o5bo$obo4bo16bobo10bobo16bo4bobo$bo22b2o12b2o22bo4$ 14bo5bo5bo2bob2obo2bo5bo5bo$13b3o3b3o3b2o2bo4bo2b2o3b3o3b3o$26bo2bob2o bo2bo4$13bo7bo20bo7bo$12bobo5bobo10bo7bobo5bobo$13bo7bo10bo2bo6bo7bo$ 16bo7bo7bo2bo9bo7bo$15bobo5bobo8bo9bobo5bobo$16bo7bo20bo7bo4$29bo2bob 2obo2bo$16b3o3b3o3b2o2bo4bo2b2o3b3o3b3o$17bo5bo5bo2bob2obo2bo5bo5bo4$ 4bo22b2o12b2o22bo$3bobo4bo16bobo10bobo16bo4bobo$4bo5b2o17bo10bo17b2o5b o$10bo11b2o5b2o8b2o5b2o11bo$22b2o22b2o3$10bo7b2o30b2o7bo$4bo5b2o6b2o 30b2o6b2o5bo$3bobo4bo48bo4bobo$4bo60bo2$15b2o36b2o$15bo38bo$16b3o32b3o $18bo32bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ GPS 8 ZOOM 5 LOOP 58 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 258
Bounding box 67×56
Period 58
Mod 58
Heat 220.1
Volatility 0.91
Strict volatility 0.01
Discovered by Bill Gosper
Mark Niemiec
Year of discovery 1994

P58 toadsucker is a period-58 toadsucker oscillator found by Bill Gosper and Mark Niemiec on October 25, 1994,[1] being the first period 58 oscillator to be found. It is based on p29 pentadecathlon hassler, a period-29 domino sparker that changes the phase of a pentadecathlon, and works by shifting a toad back and forth every 58 generations. This was the only known way to create period-58 oscillators until the discovery of Herschel loops and FNG eater that allowed sufficient compression. In terms of its 258 cells it was the smallest known period-58 oscillator before discovery of the Snark and p29 bouncer. p58 toad flippers are also possible, also at 258 cells as shown below:

x = 64, y = 60, rule = B3/S23 15bo32bo$13b3o32b3o$12bo38bo$12b2o36b2o2$bo60bo$obo4bo48bo4bobo$bo5b2o 6b2o30b2o6b2o5bo$7bo7b2o30b2o7bo4$7bo48bo$bo5b2o10b2o22b2o10b2o5bo$obo 4bo11b2o5b2o8b2o5b2o11bo4bobo$bo24bo10bo24bo$24bobo10bobo$24b2o12b2o2$ 14bo34bo$13b3o32b3o$20bo5bo2bob2obo2bo5bo$19b3o3b2o2bo4bo2b2o3b3o$26bo 2bob2obo2bo2$13bo36bo$12bobo34bobo$13bo5b2o22b2o5bo$19b2o11bo10b2o$31b o2bo$31bo2bo$19b2o12bo9b2o$13bo5b2o22b2o5bo$12bobo34bobo$13bo36bo2$26b o2bob2obo2bo$19b3o3b2o2bo4bo2b2o3b3o$20bo5bo2bob2obo2bo5bo$13b3o32b3o$ 14bo34bo2$24b2o12b2o$24bobo10bobo$bo24bo10bo24bo$obo4bo11b2o5b2o8b2o5b 2o11bo4bobo$bo5b2o10b2o22b2o10b2o5bo$7bo48bo4$7bo7b2o30b2o7bo$bo5b2o6b 2o30b2o6b2o5bo$obo4bo48bo4bobo$bo60bo2$12b2o36b2o$12bo38bo$13b3o32b3o$ 15bo32bo! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART THUMBSIZE 2 ZOOM 6 WIDTH 600 HEIGHT 480 GPS 7.25 LOOP 58 ]]
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References

  1. Dean Hickerson's oscillator stamp collection. Retrieved on March 14, 2020.

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