p71 honey farm hassler

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p71 honey farm hassler
x = 42, y = 27, rule = B3/S23 7b2o24bo$2b2o2bobo11b2o9b3o$2bo3bo14bo8bo$3b3ob4o10bobo6b2o$5bobo2bo 11b2o$b3obobo$o2bob2o$2o37bo$37b3o$12b3o21bo$11bo3bo20b2o$10bo5bo10b3o $10bo5bo9bo3bo$10bo5bo8bo5bo$11bo3bo9bo5bo$12b3o10bo5bo$4b2o20bo3bo$5b o21b3o$2b3o$2bo37b2o$35b2obo2bo$34bobob3o$18b2o11bo2bobo$10b2o6bobo10b 4ob3o$11bo8bo14bo3bo$8b3o9b2o11bobo2b2o$8bo24b2o! #C [[ THUMBSIZE 2 THEME 6 GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 SUPPRESS THUMBLAUNCH ]] #C [[ AUTOSTART ]] #C [[ THUMBSIZE 3 GPS 15 ZOOM 15 WIDTH 700 HEIGHT 470 LOOP 71 ]]
Pattern type Oscillator
Number of cells 112
Bounding box 42 × 27
Period 71
Mod 71
Heat 44.4
Volatility 0.84
Strict volatility 0.84
Discovered by Mitchell Riley
Year of discovery 2022

p71 honey farm hassler is a period-71 oscillator found by Mitchell Riley and reduced to its current form by iNoMed on September 1, 2022.[1] In terms of its minimum population of 112 cells, it is the smallest known oscillator of this period; it is also the only known oscillator of this period that does not rely on glider loops or Herschel track technology. It consists of two honey farms being hassled by six eater 1s and two copies of a drifter variant of eater 3. The original form before iNoMed's reduction used actual eater 3s.


  1. Mitchell Riley (September 1, 2022). Re: Oscillator Discussion Thread (discussion thread) at the ConwayLife.com forums

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