Paradoxes!
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Well, is it true? The point of paradoxes is to have a never endingloop to them, making them unsolvable.
This sentence is a lie.
If that sentence is a lie, then its lying about lying, therefore its telling the truth. If its telling the truth, its telling the truth about lying, therefore its lying. If its lying, its telling the truth, if its telling a lie, then its telling the truth, and the loop goes on.
This sentence is a lie.
If that sentence is a lie, then its lying about lying, therefore its telling the truth. If its telling the truth, its telling the truth about lying, therefore its lying. If its lying, its telling the truth, if its telling a lie, then its telling the truth, and the loop goes on.
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Is it okay if I search some up on Google?
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As long as it brings paradoxes to the thread, you can do it.Selika wrote:Is it okay if I search some up on Google?
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Don't get paradoxes? Look it up. They're things that can never be solved. Like i. I think thats a paradox anyways >.>
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oh i get it like y my bunny wont come from under the couch
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No. It has to loop.
This sentence is a lie.
Now, determine, is this sentence a lie, or the truth?
This sentence is a lie.
Now, determine, is this sentence a lie, or the truth?
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If its a lie, then its lying about lying, making it the truth. But if its the truth, its a lie.
...You'll get it later.
...You'll get it later.
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So a pardox is something that never ends...Like Pi? =o
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Or numbers! I'm going to search some up nao!
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This isn't a good on
If a crocodile steals a child and promises its return if the father can correctly guess what the crocodile will do, how should the crocodile respond in the case that the father guesses that the child will not be returned?
If a crocodile steals a child and promises its return if the father can correctly guess what the crocodile will do, how should the crocodile respond in the case that the father guesses that the child will not be returned?
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Here's another horrible one. Wikipedia is not the best source around.
There is one winning ticket in a large lottery. It is reasonable to believe of a particular lottery ticket that it is not the winning ticket, since the probability that it is the winner is so very small, but it is not reasonable to believe that no lottery ticket will win.
There is one winning ticket in a large lottery. It is reasonable to believe of a particular lottery ticket that it is not the winning ticket, since the probability that it is the winner is so very small, but it is not reasonable to believe that no lottery ticket will win.
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This one is better!
A Cretan sails to Greece and says to some Greek men who are standing upon the shore: "All Cretans are liars." Did he speak the truth, or did he lie?
A Cretan sails to Greece and says to some Greek men who are standing upon the shore: "All Cretans are liars." Did he speak the truth, or did he lie?
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