why was my post deleted? I didn't do anything against the guidelines, i read the guidelines page!
I'll post this AGAIN. The only way to get ternary logic to work in a computer, is to first understand that you must have 3 magnetic fields, from a 3 terminal powersource. This is a simple negative>positive + a 3rd option.
But first, to whoever deleted my prior post, just because you do not enjoy reading the responses of people who can actually think for themselves and outside the box doesn't mean that person broke any rules. To others reading this, I posted a very good and informative response explaining how in theory a 3 state power system can work.
It's very obvious to me you can have a 3 terminal (but still 2 pole) battery. All you need is Zinc for negative and copper for positive (very common, of course) and the 3rd is aluminum. In order for me to explain how it's possible to have a 3rd type of electric current i first have to explain how we understand color scales. Take the green, red and blue color scale. Doesn't matter which color you want to with. So we will say in this case red is positive and blue is negative. What are these colors combined? Purple! So what is the opposite of purple? GREEN! This is how you figure out the other metal. Combine zinc and copper and guess what, you have brass, what the ancient greeks were very fond of at some point in their time. So, just like we take purple and look at it's opposite, we find that the opposite of brass is aluminum. Now you have your third terminal's alkaline.
Ok, so now that we have that out of the way. It is now possible to have a 3rd current. What will happen, due to the aluminum being weaker than the zinc negative, but stronger than the copper positive, if you place the aluminum 3rd terminal in a position that makes all three triangular in placement, the zinc's stronger energy will obviously flow to both of the terminals. But in the case of zinc to aluminum, the electrons will flow around the metal, creating a circular field, instead of a forward one. The reason for this is because of the aluminum's stronger magnetic field relative to the copper. So it's "pushing" on the copper and is being pushed by the zinc. If you put them in your battery correctly, the 3rd terminal will by default have a circular magnetic field, and so will the wire connected to it.
So why was my post deleted? Can you prove anything I just said wrong?