Post Reply The invention that came from beyond
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Posted 7/26/17
We all know the invention of transistor, but who utilized the transistor to build a full adder? No one was coined to be the inventor of full adder, therefore this invention must came from beyond. To see how full adder works, check out the video below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBDoT8o4q00
Posted 7/26/17 , edited 7/26/17
http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html

Here ya go, good luck finding what your looking for



found some at digikey too

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Online_ wrote:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html

Here ya go, good luck finding what your looking for



found some at digikey too

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=full%20adder


Right, well, I'm trying to argue that this is alien technology, guess it's not a news anymore
Posted 7/26/17

fredreload wrote:


Online_ wrote:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html

Here ya go, good luck finding what your looking for



found some at digikey too

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=full%20adder


Right, well, I'm trying to argue that this is alien technology, guess it's not a news anymore


lol if there isn't an inventor it just falls under public domain, unless public domain is where the aliens are at.
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Posted 7/27/17

Online_ wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Online_ wrote:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html

Here ya go, good luck finding what your looking for



found some at digikey too

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=full%20adder


Right, well, I'm trying to argue that this is alien technology, guess it's not a news anymore


lol if there isn't an inventor it just falls under public domain, unless public domain is where the aliens are at.


Dude, whoever came up with this is a genius. Think about this, how would you add numbers with Arabic base 10 numbers? Apart from having complex logic you probably need a wheel to run this. I am still not completely understand this base 2 cases only that it works and you only need 2 digits.
Posted 7/27/17 , edited 7/27/17
I'd imagine it came organically out of boolean alegbra etc. Building the transistor circuit probably wasn't to much of stretch since John Vincent Atanasof and Tommy Flowers built it with tubes, in the latter case to crack the German Enigma Lorenz cipher. There was also Konrad Zuse who used relays to build a 22 bit computer out of electro mechanical relays in the early 40's.

It's doesn't have to be base 2, but base 2 is easy as there are only two possible signals, high or low. on or off 1 or 0 for any give position in a number.

Humans have known about bases for a long time and how to covert them, but if you want an example of base ten adding (mechanically) look no further than British inventor Charles Babbage and his difference engine. I suppose you could make a base 10 electronic computer, but would have to generate 10 different logic levels and have the level detectors for them to control the switching.
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Posted 7/27/17

fredreload wrote:


Online_ wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Online_ wrote:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html

Here ya go, good luck finding what your looking for



found some at digikey too

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=full%20adder


Right, well, I'm trying to argue that this is alien technology, guess it's not a news anymore


lol if there isn't an inventor it just falls under public domain, unless public domain is where the aliens are at.


Dude, whoever came up with this is a genius. Think about this, how would you add numbers with Arabic base 10 numbers? Apart from having complex logic you probably need a wheel to run this. I am still not completely understand this base 2 cases only that it works and you only need 2 digits.


I have to agree with prh99 here, it most likely came from boolean algebra. And the guy who came up with it, George Boole.
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Online_ wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Online_ wrote:


fredreload wrote:


Online_ wrote:

http://patft.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-bool.html

Here ya go, good luck finding what your looking for



found some at digikey too

https://www.digikey.com/products/en?keywords=full%20adder


Right, well, I'm trying to argue that this is alien technology, guess it's not a news anymore


lol if there isn't an inventor it just falls under public domain, unless public domain is where the aliens are at.


Dude, whoever came up with this is a genius. Think about this, how would you add numbers with Arabic base 10 numbers? Apart from having complex logic you probably need a wheel to run this. I am still not completely understand this base 2 cases only that it works and you only need 2 digits.


I have to agree with prh99 here, it most likely came from boolean algebra. And the guy who came up with it, George Boole.


I do remember coming across his name while searching for the full adder design, I think it is one of his student named Sheldon. But even with the Boolean login in mind, did he actually designed a functional full adder using AND OR logic? I remember the Wikipedia said Sheldon did come up with a full adder as a complete design, but even then I can no longer find that name .

Alright, let's assume George Boole did come up with the design. But if this design came from the sky, what impact would it have? That America recovered a space craft from beyond and termed it top secret? That this whole idea is hidden from public and we've been using its technology for 50 years? That the whole we are not alone in the universe and religion is finally unveiled? That there is more technologies to be recovered from this 50 years old aircraft?

Or am I getting myself in trouble ?
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you can add fiber optic cables to the list to. We did have them in 1947 but we could not make the light bend around corners the fiber optic cables could only be used in a straight line so they where basically useless. There was a similar technology on the craft recovered in 1947 and a few years later we now have proper fiber optic cables everywhere. I am not saying its alien technology but it changed the way our scientist look at technology and changed the way we accepted it ever since 1947 we have had an explosion of highly advanced technology that has never happened before in the entire history of humanity. I think this was intentional as we are being upgraded quickly someone out there wants us to become a larger part of the universe. Basically its time for humanity to grow up and act like adults and take our place in the galactic community. This is going to happen whether we want to or not possibly in the next 100 years or less basically within my lifetime. There are also cases of ufo abductees doing highly advanced physics and math that they should not be able to do that's so advanced only a handful of respected scientists are working on the same problem so we are being upgraded and the work they did has been verified as advanced math and physics equations. Also ever since 1947 about every 10 years or so we had an explosion of technology released to the public so you do have to admit the timing is very strange. This is a very sensitive subject for a lot of people because it requires them to change there entire thought process about everything they where taught and believed in and some people just cant accept it regardless of documented cases in front of them. Its just to difficult for them to accept. There have been documented cases of ufo eyewitness committing suicide because they where mocked by friends and family members that found it to difficult to accept what they saw and just could not believe them.
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