Id just like to mention this to all of the curious people out there who may have followed the same curious path as myself. For the people wondering just what are 1's and 0's (Voltage difference) and how they represent the very characters that we see on a computer and how they interact creating the worlds we see.
One great website that shows a machine built just using transistors was this here: http://www.waitingforfriday.com/index.php/4-Bit_Computer my 4bit computer attempt using logic.ly was here: http://www.waitingforfriday.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=528 This website made me very curious about just how i could make my own 4 bit computer. I used a program called logic.ly to understand the very basics of how LOGIC alone can give the very screen we see or understand the very programming language that is typed on the screen before translation.
One of the best books that I come past that helped me understand the SAND to TRANSISTOR to LANGAUGE/GRAPHICS etc were a couple of books by Clive Maxfield called "How computers do MATH", "Bebop to the Boolean Boogie" and "bebop bytes back". These were some of the best books that helped me to understand better the internal working of the computer. Although I haven't completed the books so far they have been amazing and I haven't found anything that could match it. You could always read iWoz, follow in Wozniak's footsteps and research it all yourself building your own Apple1 system (Maybe one day for me) ;)
If anyone has any other suggestions please leave a comment to help spread the knowledge to help other understand as we all understand in different ways