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There is currently no description assigned to this pattern.

This pattern is a pattern.
This pattern runs in standard life (b3s23).

Sample occurrences

There are 111 sample soups in the Catagolue:

Official symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

2x128 1  

4x64 10              

C1 1  

D2_x 2   

D4_x4 2   

Unofficial symmetries

SymmetrySoupsSample soup links

lowpathologicaltolerance_1_Test 1  

stdin_2SE_D2_x 1  

xp2_32x32_switchenginetest 68                                                                                               

xp2_3_1_switchenginetest 9            

xp2_switchenginetest 16                       

Comments (50)

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On 2020-05-23 at 09:13:44 UTC, Someone wrote:

In B34c/S234y8, this is a dirty rake interacting with some escaping gliders of a methuselah.

On 2020-04-01 at 04:12:06 UTC, haveyouanywool514 wrote:

In B2ci3ai4c8/S02ae3eijkq4iz5ar this is a small 6-cell spaceship bouncing back and forth between two still lifes pushing them one cell further away each time it reacts with them (i.e. an oscillator of ever increasing period)

On 2019-03-04 at 06:48:51 UTC, Someone wrote:

Huh. There's so many question quotes flying around these days.

On 2019-02-27 at 11:19:19 UTC, Someone wrote:

How long will it become PATHOLOGICAL in the Period?

On 2018-11-17 at 13:23:49 UTC, Someone wrote:

EDIT: You might get a couple soups per second. Haven?t tested yet, though.

On 2018-11-17 at 13:22:34 UTC, Someone wrote:

EDIT: You might get a couple soups per second. Haven?t tested yet, though.

On 2018-11-17 at 00:43:44 UTC, Someone wrote:

EDIT: Removes questionquotes. That is, if you call "a fraction of a soup per second" and "barely any non-PATHOLOGICAL objects" "apgsearchable".

On 2018-11-17 at 00:41:50 UTC, Someone wrote:

That is, if you call ?a fraction of a soup per second? and ?barely any non-PATHOLOGICAL objects? ?apgsearchable?.

On 2018-11-17 at 00:39:06 UTC, Someone wrote:

So, just barely apgsearchable.

On 2018-11-17 at 00:38:12 UTC, Someone wrote:

EDIT2: apgsearching will be EXTREMELY slow.

On 2018-11-17 at 00:36:51 UTC, Someone wrote:

EDIT: The PATHOLOGICALs will mostly be high-period oscillators.

On 2018-11-17 at 00:35:17 UTC, Someone wrote:

Wait... B2c345/S5 seems like the apgsearchable explosive rule that I was looking for. A large random soup explodes exceptionally slowly, which is one thing that I wanted, and the fact that the explosion is so slow makes the rule just barely apgsearchable. But, you might get a lot of PATHOLOGICALs, due to the extremely slow growth rate.

On 2018-11-13 at 13:53:12 UTC, Someone wrote:

apgsearch: Ain?t growin?, ain?t periodic, so it?s PATHOLOGICAL!

On 2018-11-05 at 10:00:15 UTC, Someone wrote:

The two pathologicals in b3-kq4js23 are p9 oscillators in the same soup

On 2018-11-03 at 21:53:29 UTC, Someone wrote:

Whoops! Glitch!

On 2018-11-03 at 21:53:09 UTC, Someone wrote:


On 2018-11-03 at 21:53:01 UTC, Someone wrote:

Here is another time when my pattern-classification program almost crashed:

On 2018-10-30 at 22:24:36 UTC, XnossisX wrote:

One of the soups creates a puffer in B3/S23.

On 2018-10-14 at 15:28:42 UTC, Someone wrote:

I will probably get either a PATHOLOGICAL or a yl_ERROR from the program when I try it with the full tapes. Last time, I tried it on the Devore replicator, without much success. I got a yl with an ov at the end. And, the running times will be worlds away, so not even lifelib could come close to a full cycle. This thing is a multi-million cell beast, while the Devore replicator, the tiniest UCC ever, is about as much as the program could handle. I tried the Sphinx, and it spat out a yl_ERROR. The conclusion: Don?t use the pattern classifier on large, high period engineered patterns.

On 2018-10-14 at 15:19:44 UTC, Someone wrote:

I?m not sure if running the pattern classifier on a UCC is a good idea... (Last time, I got a yl_ERROR from the fibonacci test)

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