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Berger's p30 (xp30_w33z8kqrqk8zzy3gggozy27ddfoy0cx33)

#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 30.
This pattern runs in standard life (b3s23).
The population fluctuates between 35 and 62.
This evolutionary sequence works in multiple rules, from b3-ks23-kr through to b2n34ceqyz5jk6-in7c8s234cekz5ekr6-ac8.

Pattern RLE

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Sample occurrences

There are 7 sample soups in the Catagolue:

Official symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

C1 3    

G1 3    

Unofficial symmetries

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ror_stdin_test 1  

Comments (9)

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On 2020-05-20 at 04:07:12 UTC, EricABQ wrote:

Both occurrences were formed by the same reaction between a boat, block, and B-heptomino, as this superimposed pattern shows:

x = 87, y = 127, rule = doublelife
60.2C.3C.8C$60.C4.C2.3C.2C$59.7C2.3C.C$59.C.4C2.C.2C.2C$59.C4.C2.4C3.
C$59.5C2.C3.C.3C$59.3C3.6C.C.C$60.C2.C.2C4.4C$59.C5.C2.2C2.2C$59.C.2C
.2C.C$60.C4.C2.4C.2C$60.3C2.C3.3C2.C$59.2C5.3C.C.2C$63.C.2C.3C.2C$59.
5C.C4.C2.2C$59.2C2.3C.C.C.3C11$85.B$85.2B$84.B.B30$28.2B$28.3B$27.B2.
B$26.2B.2B$26.2B.2B$27.2B.2B$30.B$27.3B$28.B8$29.2B$29.2B4$43.B$42.B.
B$42.2B4$2.B8.B$2B.2B.B3.3B$.2B.2B.B2.B2.B5.B$3.B6.3B5.B.B$3.B2.2B3.
2B5.B.B$2.3B6.2B6.B$2.B8.B.2B$2.B2.B4.2B.2B$3.B7.B.B6.2B$12.B6.B2.B$
19.B.B$3.2B15.B$2.B2.B$3.2B18.B.B$22.B2.B$22.B3.B$21.B2.2B$12.2B7.3B$
11.B2.B$11.3B.B14.2B$12.2B.2B12.B2.B$13.2B.B12.B.B$14.2B2.B11.B$14.B
4.B$15.2B.B4.2B$17.B5.2B2$5.B4.B$4.2B4.2B$3.2B6.2B$4.2B3.2B.B$8.4B21.
2B$8.2B22.B2.B$10.B22.2B$7.4B$6.B.B2.B$10.B$7.3B$7.3B$5.2B.B$6.B$5.B!

On 2020-05-12 at 05:31:34 UTC, Someone wrote:

Now is that really emergent or was it always just there ?

On 2019-12-03 at 00:29:55 UTC, Someone wrote:

Second occurrence on 2 December 2019

On 2019-03-04 at 06:07:17 UTC, Someone wrote:

With this occurring naturally, who knows? Maybe the Gosper glider gun is next!

On 2019-02-15 at 07:28:07 UTC, Someone wrote:

Why is this named after somebody if it's just a pair of queen bee shuttles deleting each other's beehives?

On 2015-12-06 at 16:09:16 UTC, apgoucher@gmx.com wrote:

I love how the 1 sample soup also produces a LWSS.

As do I.

On 2015-12-03 at 03:18:30 UTC, Someone wrote:

I love how the 1 sample soup also produces a LWSS. Like, it wasn't unlikely enough already?

On 2015-11-17 at 21:38:30 UTC, Someone wrote:

That sure isn't something I'd have expected to emerge naturally this soon. Cool!

On 2015-11-17 at 11:42:46 UTC, Someone wrote:

Woah!

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