isn't a paradox. It's ironic. But most people don't know that. That's why I'm posting it here, where people are likely going to expect such material.
Paradoxically, being normal is abnormal, and I can effectively prove this. We are going to assume an objective standardized...
Okay. So here is a question I had asked on EP some time ago. It was inspired by a Heath Ledger quote from the movie "The Dark Knight". Here it is:
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
Feel free to drop in with your analyses, and also share paradoxes...
To have this one be the only one.
2. To complete everything on this list.
3. To complete NOTHING on this list.
4. To turn my resolutions into a paradox.
See the paradox? I can walk you through it if not.
some interesting Infinity Paradoxes:
One of my blogs introduced a Hilbert Hotel variant years ago since it is so pervasive in mathematical lore it's nearly ubiquitous. The reason for posting this is Gabriel's Trumpet which I just...