Washerwoman

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Washerwoman
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Pattern type Fuse
Period 18
Speed 2c/3
Discovered by Earl Abbe
Year of discovery 1971

Washerwoman is a fuse that was discovered by Earl Abbe in 1971 that burns through tubs at a speed of 2c/3.[1] It creates traffic lights via T-tetrominoes as it burns. Its name comes from the fact that every 18 generations it converts two tubs into two 'clotheslines' (traffic lights).

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