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majenko



I cant see what your talking about but



if 4 or 5 is low, then current is sinked thus logic = low

if both are high then current sinks though 1, thus logic = high


That diagram reminds me of the logic gates used in the Apollo Guidance Computer.....

Houston, we have AND problem...

Runaway Pancake


Houston, we have AND problem...


Just for that, you go do another lap around the Moon.
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majenko



Houston, we have AND problem...


Just for that, you go do another lap around the Moon.

Hey - I am the centre of the universe.  The Moon does laps around Me! :P

afremont




Houston, we have AND problem...


Just for that, you go do another lap around the Moon.

Hey - I am the centre of the universe.  The Moon does laps around Me! :P


The universe is rotating?  Reference?  ;)
Experience, it's what you get when you were expecting something else.

cjdelphi





Houston, we have AND problem...


Just for that, you go do another lap around the Moon.

Hey - I am the centre of the universe.  The Moon does laps around Me! :P


The universe is rotating?  Reference?  ;)


What if the universe is just a bubble a 5 year old is blowing just waiting to get big enough to BOOOOOOOOM.......

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Time to close this silliness down ...
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