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An example of evolution according to rule 37R

An example of evolution according to rule 37R from an initial condition containing a fairly random region. Even though the system is reversible, this region tends to organize itself so as to take on a much simpler form. Information on the initial conditions ends up being carried by localized structures which radiate outwards.

From Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Science [citation]