I built an eight-bit ripple-carry adder over the weekend and have just started the digging to take it up to sixteen bits.. I've seen a few theoretical designs for full adders on the wiki and such, but never a complete system.
See it in action here: http://mkv25.net/dfma/movie-1084-numberabbeydemonstration
This is the top of the water system, where the intake and drainage pump towers push water into the tower that feeds the adder. The water tower has a 10x10 interior on three z-levels and provides enough pressure to flood the adder in a blink when opened. It can also be flushed to the outside if necessary. - Kanddak
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