"Hey, that's enough to gather Rubik's Cube!" Or a couple of amusing and simple paradoxes that little nadlomayut your brain
All kinds of fun and interesting puzzles may tighten in the networks of virtually every one of us, especially if the clock had long since three in the morning, you wake up tomorrow at 6 am, and it is practically impossible to break away. Well, if that is the case, then rejoice, we drove today for you three fun logical paradoxes - that is, of itself absurd statements which have simultaneously and do not make sense.
to remind you what is the most "logical paradox", we give you a classic example, which has already managed to send a dozen or atheists in hell. So, the problem is as follows. Suppose Nevzorov died, stood before God, and asked him to create such a heavy stone that he had not been able to pick it up. It seems to be nothing special, but then God has the problems begin. If he clicks his fingers, and, bam, there was a stone, then he offered himself.
What is the Almighty God, if the world is a pile of rocks, which he himself is not able to pick up? And if God sends our Nevzorova in long distance and thus confirms that the damn rock, he can not create it again calls into question his infinite omnipotence.
And, yes, by the way, a more modern version of the same paradox reads: "Could Jesus is so heated in the microwave a burrito that he himself could not eat it because the divine holy burrito is too hot?". Well, it was interesting? And while you're thinking about it very interesting paradox, we present to you some of the most insanely ferris fun logic puzzles of all time. Do not worry, our dear readers, we pick you up for them a simple option.
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Let's go back a bit in the past, quite a bit, in the fourth century before the birth of Christ to a microwave oven, and start with Eubulides, who lived in Miletus. This man known by many as the ancient Greek philosopher-idealist and part-time "founding father" of paradoxes. This is our Greek friend came up with quite a lot of very interesting and amusing paradox that, despite their "ease", require a lot of effort to solve them. So, meet, Zorita paradox, also known as "The paradox of the Bald Brazzers", if our readers will be so close. We are in our Paradox will focus on the measures. So, if our Johnny Sins on the head no hair, we say that he is bald.
However, the man on whose head grows 10,000 hairs, is not considered bald. But what if a bald man grow a single hair? In fact, he will be bald. Now imagine that the person only 1000 hairs, which are evenly distributed on the head and very thin. Is this man can be considered a bald, or he did not bald? Can we consider a single grain of wheat "Wheat bunch"? Definitely not! And what about the two grains? All the same, definitely not. So from the moment of the end the concept of "more" and the concept begins with "a lot"? The problem is uncertainty.
The paradox of the liar
The first sentence of this paragraph - a lie. Stop and think about that sentence for a second. It's true? Or is it a lie? Or is it true a lie? This is called "the paradox of the liar," and we owe it all to the same Eubulides. Formulate this paradox can be in one simple sentence: "All that I have just said - is not true." The problem with these statements is what it is. Both phrases are true, but at the same time, they contradict each other. Can a truthful statement contradict himself? So, when we say "the proposal - a lie," we both time and tell the truth? Well, what do you think about this? This proposal is a lie?
All of us from time to time to watch on TV quiz. So let's imagine a TV show. Before a party, there are three doors. For the two of them is any manure pile, but for the third hidden expensive car of your dreams. So, you need to choose a door that you like, and then Monty Hall will open all three doors to see if you have won a gold Lamborghini. Suppose you chose door number 1 and hope for good luck. Then Monty opens any of the remaining doors, let it be door number 2, and it turns out that it is for the manure. You are given a final opportunity to change your selection at the third door or stay your ground and hold on to first.
But what's the difference now because chances are fifty-fifty, is not it? No. In fact, the probability that the machine for the last third door is two out of three, and the likelihood that your persistence pay off, and the prize will be for the good old first door is only one chance in three. It sounds paradoxical, but it's true. Why is that? You guess yourself. Who did it, do not forget to check out in the comments, but mind you do not "palite office" for others.