I Like and Don't Like Paradoxes

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    Love It!

    love the title of this group, and it's so true! paradoxes have never bothered me, somehow. i accept that both are true and move on. but a lot of people seem to get really caught up on them, and spend time debating them, trying to make them work, etc. i think it's more interesting...
    journeyfulloflaughter journeyfulloflaughter
    26-30, F
    1 Response Dec 18, 2007

    Something I Do For Fun

    Found an article of paradoxes worth running through: "1. Free will If God is omnipotent and knows what we will do before he created us, how can we have free will? ANSWER: This paradox is explained by God being outside of timeā€“he knows the future just like he knows the past...
    Honir Honir
    26-30, M
    1 Response Dec 4, 2010

    It Hurts, But It's Fun!

    Nonexistence exists in your brain - think about it! (Really, I got a headache from that one.. No kidding. Was loads of fun.)
    Bob57 Bob57
    18-21, M
    4 Responses Dec 17, 2007

    I lost my left hand in an accident,

    now my right hand is left.
    deleted deleted
    Jun 20, 2015


    A paradox is something that, when it is, it isn't, paradoxically. I'm fond of Zeno's paradox which states that Achilles, even though he was the greatest athlete in the land, could not beat a tortoise in a footrace.  Sound ridiculous, doesn't it?  And yet...
    ElLagarto ElLagarto
    56-60, M
    7 Responses Jun 23, 2007
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