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trevor borocz johnson

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trevor borocz johnson

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This is an example of how a computer works. Pulling the handle down or pushing the 'F' key causes the gate to open at 1. A current then flows into the operating system at 2 which is either windows or apple usually. Your OS then puts an F on your screen at 3. In a computer the current that flows is electricity not water and represented by one's and zero's which is a 5 watt charge and a 0 watt charge which are called bits. 

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ChrLzs

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Sooooo close, Trevor....

 

May I suggest you examine the Wiki on Bits, then Bytes, and then you can start updating your text and diagram and understanding what really happens.

And if each of the bits requires 5 watts... that single computer would require a power station of its own, and there might be a teeny overheating issue...

Good try, anyway.

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8 minutes ago, ChrLzs said:

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Sooooo close, Trevor....

 

May I suggest you examine the Wiki on Bits, then Bytes, and then you can start updating your text and diagram and understanding what really happens.

And if each of the bits requires 5 watts... that single computer would require a power station of its own, and there might be a teeny overheating issue...

Good try, anyway.

Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwww so it should be called bytecoin

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