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...
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...