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Fig. 1:Basic electrical diagram of a transistor +V CC V IN V OUT Emitter Base Collector
VCC+ IN OUT GND Fig. 2:Basic hydraulic diagram of a water-transistor (side-view of cutaway) O-rings piston return spring piston
VCC+ IN OUT GND Fig. 4:WT in Logical Zero position
VCC+ IN OUT GND Fig. 5:WT starting to change its position from Zero to One
VCC+ IN OUT GND Fig. 7:WT in Logical One position
VCC+ IN OUT GND Fig. 8:WT returning to Logical Zero position
VCC+ IN VCC+ IN OUT Fig. 9:Conceptual OR-gate built with two WTs (in this case, 1 + 0 = 1)
IN Fig. 13:More realistic (and much more complicated and ugly) possible design for an OR-gate built with four WTs (in this case, 1 + 0 = 1) IN OUT VCC+
IN Fig. 10:AND-gate built with two WTs (In this case, 1 + 0 = 0) OUT
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