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Random Paradoxes


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#1
Simple really. Observe, think and then come up with a paradox :)

Agree/Disagree, state why; but make sure you leave your own paradox.



eg.

Does a collective of like-minded nonconformists make them conformists?












(*Modern usage of conformity, not original religious dissents.)
 

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#2
Nothing is ever absolute < that statement is an absolute

What if you expect the unexpected? Doesn't that make the unexpected become expected?
 

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We can never be free of control because to be free of control means to be controlled by ourselves.

~?~

:)
 

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We can never be free of control because to be free of control means to be controlled by ourselves.

~?~

:)
unless you're an 80 Y/O with no control over bodily functions ;)
 

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The 'Big Bang' being the start of everything, is a kind of paradox because all that material - enough to fill the cosmos -- had to come from somewhere. . .
 

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On the subject of the Big Bang, it is said to have created equal amounts of matter and anti-matter. The question is: Are we matter, or are we anti-matter and that the stuff that we call anti-matter is actually matter because we're anti-matter instead of matter? :confused:
 

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On the subject of the Big Bang, it is said to have created equal amounts of matter and anti-matter. The question is: Are we matter, or are we anti-matter and that the stuff that we call anti-matter is actually matter because we're anti-matter instead of matter? :confused:
does it matter ;)
 

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:roflmao:
 

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Well it WOULD certainly matter if any matter came in direct contact with
anti-matter because my understanding is that, that contact would cause a very, very, very BIG BANG!!!!
 

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The 'Big Bang' being the start of everything, is a kind of paradox because all that material - enough to fill the cosmos -- had to come from somewhere. . .
I was thinking the same thing. This paradox in a causal universe only points to one thing. It was not necessary to create (intentionally or accidently) the universe which means that the universe is not measureable and is not finite.

Here is a paradox, perhaps. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? Perhaps the chicken and the egg don’t exist as we see them!
 

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Which came first, the chicken or the egg
The egg, thats where cells split and life starts.

Why are tins of evaporated milk always full....?
 

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If you can't drink and drive, why do you need a driver's license to buy liquor, and why do bars have parking lots?

If you try to fail, and succeed, which have you done?



 

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If one synchronised swimmer drowns - do they all drown?
 

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#19




Nothing
is actually something
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Arguably the greatest paradox of all is the one predicted by Einstein's work on relativity : the Twin Paradox, which has its basis in time dilation.

A related easier understood paradox goes like this : Einstein's theory of special relativity predicts that it is theoretically possible to travel back in time. So, if I travel back in time far enough and kill my paternal grandfather before he conceives my father, how can I possible exist in the futurte in order to be able to travel back in time to kill my grandfather?
 

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