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MWSS on MWSS 1 (xq4_27dee6z4eb776)

x = 1, y = 1, rule = B3/S23
This pattern is a spaceship.
This pattern is periodic with period 4.
This pattern runs in a non-standard rule (b2n34-i5-a6-i7e8s1e234-aw5-ijy6-k7e8).
The population fluctuates between 20 and 30.
This evolutionary sequence works in multiple rules, from b3aijs2eik3aijnr through to b2n34-i5-a6-i7e8s1e234-aw5-ijy6-k7e8.

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Comments (9)

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On 2018-12-29 at 23:49:40 UTC, Someone wrote:

This flotilla is much more common in b34ws23-y5a because 2 appear from each honey farm predecessor.

On 2018-09-13 at 05:00:03 UTC, Someone wrote:

Now 3836!

On 2016-04-22 at 18:38:54 UTC, Someone wrote:

Quickly coming up on a thousand.

On 2015-09-11 at 13:15:19 UTC, Someone wrote:

200 occurences now.

On 2015-08-03 at 16:33:05 UTC, Someone wrote:

100 occurences!

On 2015-08-03 at 10:48:27 UTC, Someone wrote:

Just one more...

On 2015-02-24 at 21:13:52 UTC, apgoucher@gmx.com wrote:

It's been seen a couple of times by Dave Greene in asymmetric B3/S23 runs of apgsearch, so I guess it is indeed the case that it occurred in the screensaver soups. As far as I know, the apgsearch pattern analyser is more rigorous than any of its predecessors. It still has difficulty separating spaceships in close proximity, but this only affects non-standard rules since there's bespoke support for handling gliders/*WSSes.

On 2015-02-24 at 20:38:38 UTC, EricABQ wrote:

Between this and the MWSS on MWSS occurring in b38s238/c1 after only 3000000 soups, I'm starting to wonder if this actually occurred in the runs of the life screensaver and http://www.geocities.ws/conwaylife/lf020n.pdf just didn't census it.

On 2015-02-24 at 20:26:26 UTC, EricABQ wrote:

I'm surprised this was found already in asymmetry because http://www.geocities.ws/conwaylife/lf020n.pdf seared about 20 times as many patterns and didn't find it!

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