I found this piece to be incredibly interesting but very difficult to piece together. There is a lot going on in this piece, and the more I think about it, the more I feel like I can understand parts of it. 477 more words

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#### Of Paradoxes & Women

**When once upon a night… you just write. **

Like Priyanka Chopra once said, women are meant to be alluring. Every single one of them. Presenting a few paradoxes on women’s beauty. 69 more words

#### Paradoxes

A paradox.

In case you were wondering, a paradox is a type of statement that contradicts itself, for example.

When I think of a paradox, I think of the grandfather paradox, which is the reason that time travel to the past seems to be impossible. 273 more words

#### Fitch's paradox of knowability

Fitch’s paradox of knowability is one of the fundamental puzzles of epistemic logic. It provides a challenge to the knowability thesis, which states that every truth is, in principle, knowable. 324 more words

#### Paradoxes: Gabriels Horn

Gabriel’s horn is the function on the interval rotated around the x-axis. Intuitively, it should require less paint to fill the horn than to paint the surface (imagine painting a box or a ball). 318 more words

#### Nuance of mathematical statistics

One of the most popular statistical tools is Pearson’s chi-square test. Say, a variable can take one of a finite number of values . Let’s assume one performs independent trials. 124 more words

#### Paradoxes: Zeno of Elea

Zeno of Elea was a Greek philosopher famous for paradoxes which assert that motion is nothing but an illusion. It is assumed that Zeno created the paradoxes in support of Plato’s 483 more words