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do u ever think what would this be or a paradox that u need solving come here
do u ever think what would this be or a paradox that u need solving come here I'm sorry but what the fuck does this even mean?! English motherfucker, do you speak it? Two things for English: 1. Be grammatical please. 2. Speak in actual words. Thank you for your co-operation.
id say that It depends on what u wanna do and ur social biases and constructs if u wanna do it for a specific reason than do it if not don't and if u think that the amulet is evil then take it out of ur bocy and destroy it in the flames it was created in to destroy the evil inside of it
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#4

paradox number one and solution Aristotle's Garden Aristotle every day walks through his garden to eat a plum. It takes him 2 hours to get to the plum tree in his garden every day approximately. If he were to one day walk half the distance every time and stop for less than a second, and then walk half of the remaining distance, when would he reach his plum tree? He would reach it in 2 hours even though he walks half way the distance every time he would reach it in 2 hours cause infinite time is not a possible answer cause time cant be infinite
I wish to comprehend this thread but as of now i can't help but finding myself staring at it, there is such art in those words that my mind can't even try to understand that godtier post. I suggest you try to correct such statement so that people like me, who have lived in this world for far too less, have the opportunity to help and improve. With this i will excuse myself out and meditate on these wise words. Farewell.
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#6

ok I am not good with grammar guys online but this is for the questions that u want answered and the paradoxes u want answered
ok I am not good with grammar guys online but this is for the questions that u want answered and the paradoxes u want answered https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2aegP8j5al0&list=PL-G-hdd_nHRoXZQJJ89e-kewjzu1dH-N0&index=31
I'm the greatest Paradox.
I can't fathom any topic you make. FYI, nothing you've mentioned is a paradox either.
(edited by TogoSystem)
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
Thread Creator
#10

yes I did the Aristotles garden paradox
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#11

the thing Is that if he keeps walking half the distance where he is people think that he is going to keep walking for an infinite amont of time cause there is an infinite amount of times u can divide something by 2 but instead the fact that it takes him 2 hours to get to the plum tree it will take him 2 hours even though he will half the distance left all the time.
I think you're confused about what a paradox is. That example is not one. Nor are any other you've written.
This statement is false.
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#14

This statement is false. which one pikadaboi
This statement is false. which one pikadaboi This statement
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#16

oh its a paradox I get it now
oh its a paradox I get it now No. It's just a statement of opinion. Not a paradox at all.
I'm not sure you know what a Paradox is now.
paradox [par-uh-doks] noun 1. a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth. 2. a self-contradictory and false proposition. I mean, sort of, but "This statement is false" is too generalized and loose in definition that it doesn't constitute a paradox. If it was "This true statement is false" then yes. As is, no. It's just a statement of opinion. Nothing contradictory.
(edited by TogoSystem)
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#20

paradox [par-uh-doks] noun 1. a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth. 2. a self-contradictory and false proposition. by that definition the phrase "This Statement is false." will count in the realm of being a paradox cause its a self-contradictory statement. another example of the same paradox is, " John said that all Cretans are liars, John is a Cretan."
Nah. John's just an asshole.
paradox [par-uh-doks] noun 1. a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth. 2. a self-contradictory and false proposition. by that definition the phrase "This Statement is false." will count in the realm of being a paradox cause its a self-contradictory statement. another example of the same paradox is, " John said that all Cretans are liars, John is a Cretan." SELF contradiction has nothing to do with anything. I have no idea where you got this in your head, but you're absolutely obsessed with this incorrect detail.
Definition of paradox 1 : a tenet contrary to received opinion 2 a : a statement that is seemingly contradictory or opposed to common sense and yet is perhaps true b : a self-contradictory statement that at first seems true c : an argument that apparently derives self-contradictory conclusions by valid deduction from acceptable premises 3 : one (such as a person, situation, or action) having seemingly contradictory qualities or phases -Merriam-Webster Dictionary Definition 2b does, in fact, make this a paradox, though. 2c can also arguably fit this situation, but either way, it's certainly a paradox.
John is still an asshole though.
Agreed. Freaking John.
Okay, I can admit I'm wrong that self has a bearing now. But I still do not see how "This statement is false" classifies. There's no context to get if it's contradictory or not.
Oh come off it TS. Does it really matter?
That's a good point. Not at all.
Futaba_Sakura_Necro
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#29

y don't u give us a paradox TogoSystem ? I mean it could be the best of actions to give us one of ur paradoxes
Ooh, i've got a tough question! Why do you even still post this shit?
How do I kick my addiction to pornography?
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