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Paradoxes are self-contradictions. For example, writing ‘This is a blank page’ on a blank page means that it is no longer blank.

Another example is the Liar’s Paradox, commonly demonstrated by the two statements below:

The sentence below is false.

The sentence above is true.

Both cannot simultaneously be true, making it a paradox. Below are five more examples of paradoxes.

The Grandfather Paradox

Time travel has been a fantasy of mine (and presumably everyone else’s) since I could comprehend the concept. …

Kartik Bhatia

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