Talk:T-nosed p4 on Merzenich's p31
I created this page after I noticed a smaller non-trivial p124 composed of two previously discovered oscillators, one discovered only a year ago. Since it was not listed as the smallest p124 oscillator, I assumed that I was the first to notice this particular interaction, and credited myself with discovering it. If I was not the first to note this interaction feel free to change the page accordingly. Sorry but I don't yet know how to display an image at a reasonable size or calculate heat or volatility of an oscillator. Help would be appreciated. Jsorr 23:37, 16 September 2011 (CDT)
- This reaction, along with the other reactions with 48P31 that you posted, are generally considered so well known that such oscillator combinations are not credited to anyone. Furthermore, there are smaller sparkers that can be combined with the period-31 oscillator:
x = 134, y = 27, rule = B3/S23 7b2obo2bob2o27b2obo2bob2o25b2obo2bob2o28b2obo2bob2o$2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b2o 13b2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b2o11b2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b2o14b2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b2o$2o5bob o4bobo5b2o13b2o5bobo4bobo5b2o11b2o5bobo4bobo5b2o14b2o5bobo4bobo5b2o$8b o6bo29bo6bo27bo6bo30bo6bo6$8bo6bo29bo6bo27bo6bo30bo6bo$2o5bobo4bobo5b 2o13b2o5bobo4bobo5b2o11b2o5bobo4bobo5b2o14b2o5bobo4bobo5b2o$2o4bo2bo4b o2bo4b2o13b2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b2o11b2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b2o14b2o4bo2bo4bo2bo4b 2o$7b2obo2bob2o27b2obo2bob2o25b2obo2bob2o28b2obo2bob2o6$45bo34b2o$9b3o 32bob2o31bo2bo33b2o$13bo34bo29bo4bo34bob2o$8bo4bo30bo2bobo27bo6bo29bo 2bo2b2o$12bo33bo2bo27bo6bo29bobo$9b2o36b2o29bo4bo31bo$9bo69bo2bo$9bo 70b2o33b2o$9bo105b2o!
I have been avoiding adding any more of these because they are somewhat of a pain and aren't too interesting.
~Sokwe 12:30, 17 September 2011 (CDT)