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Glider (xq4_153)

#C [[ GRID GRIDMAJOR 0 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 spaceship.
This pattern is periodic with period 4.
This pattern runs in standard life (b3s23).
The population is constantly 5.
This evolutionary sequence works in multiple rules, from b3aijns2ae3jnr through to b2ikn34-r5-n678s0234-k5678.

Pattern RLE

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Glider synthesis

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#C [[ GRID MAXGRIDSIZE 14 THEME Catagolue ]]
#CSYNTH xq4_153 costs 2 gliders (true).
#CLL state-numbering golly
x = 8, y = 5, rule = B3/S23
5bo$5bobo$b2o2b2o$2o$2bo!

Sample occurrences

There are 11 sample soups in the Catagolue:

Inflated symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

i1x256 10              

iiii8x32 1  

Comments (18)

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On 2019-01-17 at 06:38:42 UTC, Someone wrote:

Try setting the rule to ");alert("Hello!")//

On 2018-12-30 at 21:56:56 UTC, Someone wrote:

On 2016-10-31 at 19:20:19 UTC, paulrw63@live.com wrote:

“The Glider is but the simplest of the Gliders. I have charted no fewer than 15 gliders (one is period 6 !) and one, endlessly extendable, I built myself. I suspect there is no limit to the set of gliders.”...

There is no limit to the amount of Spaceships; you can just hook a HWSS up to a blinkerpuffer in a way so that it deletes the blinkers. Or you could use an enormous greyship. Or you could use an infinite trivial flotilla. Or you could do one of those fireship pyramids (perhaps with some cottonmouths mixed in too). You could also just put a backrake (or forerake) next to another so that they cancel out each other’s gliders, then move them farther apart.

On 2018-12-30 at 21:38:39 UTC, Someone wrote:

On 2018-05-28 at 09:31:02 UTC, Someone wrote:

“i'd call this a bee, come on, it has a stinger, and 2 of them make a beehive, or a honey farm, and 4 of them make a queen bee.”

I like glider better. It’s a bit (i.e. far) too late to make amends to the name, anyways. (Though it would make a good April fools joke.)

Also, what stinger? Where is it?

On 2018-11-06 at 18:53:10 UTC, Someone wrote:

More common than loaf

On 2018-05-28 at 09:31:02 UTC, Someone wrote:

i'd call this a bee, come on, it has a stinger, and 2 of them make a beehive, or a honey farm, and 4 of them make a queen bee.

On 2018-02-13 at 08:12:22 UTC, Someone wrote:

It's adorable. In a way.

On 2018-02-06 at 22:17:01 UTC, mharmon23@orono.k12.mn.us wrote:

Let me just say something here:

GLIDERS CAN BUILD (some) BILLIARD TABLES JUST FINE!

It was proven that gliders can, in fact, make some billiard tables because it has been done. (A billiard table is an oscillator in which the rotor is encased in the stator)

On 2018-02-02 at 14:40:07 UTC, Someone wrote:

dsfsdf

On 2017-10-30 at 01:43:23 UTC, Someone wrote:

ΡΩΚΕΤΥΞΒΘΣΔΩΞΡΓΙΒΡΤΓΩΜΔΦΦΨΟρκωεφγιβυθνοδφφπωσδφωοσδφψακδφω Greek lolz

On 2017-03-03 at 16:59:22 UTC, Someone wrote:

8.781734738% of all objects are gliders.

On 2017-01-21 at 08:09:34 UTC, Someone wrote:

Paul did ya know theres a rad new c/10

On 2017-01-17 at 06:19:53 UTC, Someone wrote:

i think he means those crazy oscillators that are part phoenix and use blinkers and stuff...like http://catagolue.appspot.com/object/xp2_0m24gl3z3201/b3s23

On 2016-12-28 at 00:05:28 UTC, Someone wrote:

P2 foam?

On 2016-10-31 at 19:21:29 UTC, paulrw63@live.com wrote:

The below comment should read P2, not P3. This program does not allow the editing of a posted comment.

On 2016-10-31 at 19:20:19 UTC, paulrw63@live.com wrote:

The Glider is but the simplest of the Gliders. I have charted no fewer than 15 gliders (one is period 6 !) and one, endlessly extendable, I built myself. I suspect there is no limit to the set of gliders.

It is theorized that gliders can build any Life object, BUT ... Some oscillators (The P3 foam or froth ones) may NOT be constructible this way. They are essentially unconnected foam counters contained by stabilizers.)

On 2016-03-15 at 00:25:18 UTC, applebottom.applefamily wrote:

This is also glider 115 on David Eppstein's glider page.

On 2015-10-28 at 20:36:05 UTC, galen@cholbi.com wrote:

#C A NW glider
x = 3, y = 3, rule = B3/S23
2o$obo$o!

On 2015-08-07 at 22:39:50 UTC, Someone wrote:

I found a 1-glider synthesis of this object!

```rle x=3 y=3 rule=B3/S23 bob$ o2b$ 3o!

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