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Fox (xp2_g45h1sz03)

#C [[ GRID THUMBLAUNCH THUMBSIZE 2 THEME Catagolue ]]
x = 1, y = 1, rule = B3/S23
b!

There is currently no description assigned to this pattern.

This pattern is a oscillator.
This pattern is periodic with period 2.
This pattern runs in standard life (b3s23).
The population is constantly 12.
This evolutionary sequence works in multiple rules, from b3-aceks2ik through to b2i34-inz5-r678s2345678.

Pattern RLE

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Glider synthesis

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#C [[ GRID MAXGRIDSIZE 14 THEME Catagolue ]]
#CSYNTH xp2_g45h1sz03 costs 7 gliders (true).
#CLL state-numbering golly
x = 41, y = 31, rule = B3/S23
12bo$13bo$11b3o4$9b2o$10b2o3bo$2bo6bo5b2o3b2o$obo11bobo2b2o$b2o18b
o3$8b3o$8bo$9bo13$39bo$38b2o$38bobo!

Sample occurrences

There are 1041 sample soups in the Catagolue:

Official symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

2x128 14                   

4x64 39                                                      

8x32 65                                                                                           

C1 441                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          

C2_1 11                

C2_2 20                            

C2_4 21                              

C4_1 12                 

C4_4 21                              

D2_+1 23                                

D2_+2 18                         

D2_x 16                       

D4_+1 18                         

D4_+2 15                     

D4_+4 11                

D4_x1 10              

D4_x4 9            

D8_1 23                                

D8_4 17                        

G1 200                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

Inflated symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

i2x128 1  

i4x64 5       

i8x32 2   

Unofficial symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

Mateon1_32x32_Test 5       

Mateon1_Glider6_5_6_Test 24                                 

Comments (8)

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On 2019-03-29 at 03:41:21 UTC, Someone wrote:

Surprising! Has appeared over 2000 times.

On 2018-04-02 at 11:22:42 UTC, Someone wrote:

WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY Saka saka saka ka saka saka saka ka

On 2017-01-21 at 08:15:13 UTC, 27saka.fitrady wrote:

Oh and paul guy, whoever you are, https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xs45_69e0u1u0e96zwcq3ob6z047065/b3s23 https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xq16_gcbgzvgg826frc/b3s23 https://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp8_2erore2z07x7/b3s23

As you can see anything can occur naturally except Gardens Of Eden

On 2017-01-21 at 08:11:24 UTC, 27saka.fitrady wrote:

WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY Ring ding ding ding ding ding ding

On 2016-12-27 at 17:40:56 UTC, paulrw63@live.com wrote:

Many Oscillators ,spaceships,etc., just do not appear naturally, nor can ancestors,short-term or long, be found. They either have to be built from gliders or form out of random agars.

On 2016-11-13 at 12:24:15 UTC, paulrw63@live.com wrote:

The P2 oscillators are of less interest to me than ,say, P15 or P30. Still, I have them in vol.1.2. and 7 of my books.

The Fox, being assymetrical, is more interesting than mere flipflops or tumbling.

On 2015-10-19 at 09:46:26 UTC, tannergjacobi wrote:

In retrospect, I may have underestimated this object's frequency.

On 2015-02-26 at 06:52:11 UTC, jaco2785@kettering.edu wrote:

This is called a fox, and it is the smallest known p2 with an asymmetric rotor. It seems highly unnatural, and yet here it is on Catagolue. Very impressive.

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