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Boring p24 (xp24_co9nas0san9oczgoldlo0oldlogy0ggz1047210127401y01581qo)

x = 1, y = 1, rule = B3/S23
This pattern is a oscillator.
This pattern is periodic with period 24.
This pattern runs in standard life (b3s23).
The population fluctuates between 62 and 98.
This evolutionary sequence works in multiple rules, from b3-jkys23-ky through to b2i34ckqty5-k6-in78s234aceitwz5-acei6-e7.

Pattern RLE

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Glider synthesis

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#C [[ GRID MAXGRIDSIZE 14 THEME Catagolue ]]
#CSYNTH xp24_co9nas0san9oczgoldlo0oldlogy0ggz1047210127401y01581qo costs 7 gliders (true).
#CLL state-numbering golly
x = 69, y = 16, rule = B3/S23

Sample occurrences

There are 280 sample soups in the Catagolue:

Official symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

4x64 1  

C1 64                                                                                         

C2_1 6         

C2_2 3    

C2_4 1  

C4_1 1  

C4_4 2   

D2_+1 2   

D4_+1 5       

D4_+2 2   

D4_+4 4     

D4_x1 1  

D4_x4 6         

D8_1 1  

G1 177                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Unofficial symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

ror_stdin_test 4     

Comments (16)

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On 2019-05-12 at 14:57:32 UTC, Someone wrote:

Less common than uninteresting in G1

On 2018-11-12 at 01:23:08 UTC, Someone wrote:

I guess that should explain the so-called ?generalization? of the RLE format for lifelib and it?s maximum of 2^64 states.

On 2018-11-12 at 01:19:38 UTC, Someone wrote:

That's actually true for lifelib!

On 2018-11-12 at 01:19:21 UTC, Someone wrote:

Another random post: For rules with more than two states, a "." represents a zero state; states 1..24 are represented by "A".."X", states 25..48 by "pA".."pX", states 49..72 by "qA".."qX", and on up to state 2^64-1 represented by "ptwzzzqrytvsyuqwprQ".

On 2018-11-09 at 01:49:48 UTC, Someone wrote:

This version is much more boring: https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/boring%20p24/b3s23

On 2018-11-09 at 01:46:22 UTC, Someone wrote:

Random post: Despite being composed of two oscillators of smaller period (7368408 and 2017384 respectively), it is considered non-trivial because it has one cell that is alive in one generation and dead in the other 1858113550583.

On 2017-09-14 at 23:08:57 UTC, sul0002@wembleyps.vic.edu.au wrote:

The pink one has 8... wow

On 2017-06-14 at 11:26:47 UTC, ilovecoding23 wrote:

It's not boring. The fact that a pulsar can avoid being destroyed by this figure eight (Pulsars are fragile!) is AMAZING! And the way that the domino is bounced back and forth, too.

On 2017-01-27 at 03:27:57 UTC, Someone wrote:

sup bois

On 2016-06-16 at 15:12:16 UTC, Someone wrote:

One in D2_+2!

On 2015-12-06 at 16:25:49 UTC, apgoucher@gmx.com wrote:

Fourth. It's starting to become unusual that the other isomer has yet to appear.

On 2015-10-20 at 13:39:08 UTC, Someone wrote:


On 2015-09-27 at 18:40:46 UTC, galen@cholbi.com wrote:

It is quite boring, but perhaps a more appropriate name might be "Trans-figure eight on Pulsar"? Or "Trans-boring p24"?

On 2015-09-25 at 19:24:54 UTC, Someone wrote:

Haha, I love the new name.

On 2015-09-19 at 20:26:03 UTC, Someone wrote:

Another one..

On 2015-09-18 at 17:14:36 UTC, Someone wrote:


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