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It is unhealthy that I get so much pleasure reading over these.
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I just wasted about an hour and a half reading this. >_>
There is a really good time travelling paradox where the protagonist is every character in his/her own story which would then denote her to be a creation of time itself.
Smale's paradox states that it is possible to turn a sphere inside out in 3-space with possible self-intersections but without creating any crease. One such construction, a Morin surface, seen from "above".
Robert Boyle's self-flowing flask fills itself in this diagram, but perpetual motion machines cannot exist.
From the page: "Ship of Theseus (a.k.a. George Washington's or Grandfather's old axe): It seems like you can replace any component of a ship, and it will still be the same ship. So you can replace them all, or one at a time, and it will still be the same ship. But then you can take all the original pieces, and assemble them into a ship. That, too, is the same ship you started with."
I had a car like this once. Just as good that all the parts that were replaced were actually broken so there was no way of making a clone of the same car. That would have been freaky.
This list will be invaluable when the robots finally take over.
For those days when you need confirmation of how confusing life can be!! Good links to explanations of most of the more notorious paradoxes. This Monty Hall one has always left me scratching my head even afer I knew the answer.
Liar paradox: "This sentence is false." This is the canonical self-referential paradox.
I think a famous mathematician died from starvation contemplating this paradox...crazy!
This is a list of paradoxes, grouped thematically.