What Is A Paradox?

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  • Abby's Stuff
    Abby's Stuff  46 minutes back

    For young earth creationists the faint sun paradox is already falsidical. The current interpretation of geology, as gradual deposition over eons, is wrong and the stratification we see is actually the result of a global flood. The aparrent progression in the fossil record is the logical outcome of both position and hydrological sortability of the animal kingdom, etc. This also explains the decaying magnetic fields of supposed ancient planets.

    • Daniel Carrada
      Daniel Carrada  2 hours back

      Okay but that shirt crazy tho 😜

      • Justin O'Connor
        Justin O'Connor  2 hours back

        This comment is false.

        Also, this video inspired me to create some basic python code to show the surprising paradoxical results of the Monty Hall problem. Here is the GitHub repo (https://github.com/Jsoconno/monty_hall_problem).

        Thanks for always producing compelling content!

        • JRD 876
          JRD 876  5 hours back

          Had to subscribe

          • Nero Ziozama
            Nero Ziozama  7 hours back

            Interesting. For falsidical i just assume that everything is comprehensible if you think about a line, in geometry: It Is made of points which have no dimensions. So technically a line shoudn't have a length either. So achilles Will never reach from A to B because the space between them is made of dots that have no domensions.
            Unfortunately I didnt get the logic of "veridical"... 😅. The last one made me laugh! But the earth having liquid water when the sun wasnt supposed to warm up enough isnt such a good example in my oponion... There may be some explanation we Simply still dont know. Dont forget that the atmosphere of a planet can change everything. For example Venus is the hottest Planet and not mercury, which Is closer to the sun, because of its atmosphere. And Im sorry for that blue tape! 😂

            • Nova Sky
              Nova Sky  2 days back

              Di = Double
              Lemma = Base form or progenitor
              so Twin origin or Path split

              Your not so good at ancient languages

              Am i Finishing One task or Beginning a new one?

              • Hallvard Olai Stuen
                Hallvard Olai Stuen  2 days back

                This video have a bad title traslate. Any one know how to turn it of?

                • E-Town Cuber
                  E-Town Cuber  2 days back

                  earth was liquid in the center from gravity stetching and squashing it slightly as it orbited around the sun. this is similar to europa, one of jupiter's moons. BOOM i just solved that last problem

                  • Nova Sky
                    Nova Sky  2 days back

                    Para - Prefix meaning Above or Beyond
                    Dox - Belief
                    Doxa = common belief or popular opinion
                    Why would ancient greeks be using roman Latin... Ignoramus

                    • Nova Sky
                      Nova Sky  2 days back

                      I went back in time and set a boobytrap to kill my grandfather 8 months before my fathers birthday. Dad was born, i went on to be born and i still went back and killed grandpa. Funny thing is i did this because i recieved a letter from my unborn son warning me my grandfather built a time machine travelled to the future and killed me the day before my son was born and his mother stole the machine and went to my sons 18th birthday warned him and gave him the machine so he could go back and warn me. Leaving my wife and unborn son stranded 18 years from now. So my son wrote me the warning and left me the machine then killed himself. Knowing he will be born again in the future. One solved paradox.

                      • woodyrulesok
                        woodyrulesok  2 days back

                        What's blowing my mind...
                        Say you have the first contestant, they pick a door, Monte does his thing. Do you switch: original 1/3, switch 2/3 chance.
                        Remove that contestant, bring in someone new who has no knowledge of what's happened.
                        Ask them to pick a door out of two, is that now 50/50.
                        So the exact same scenario has different probabilities for different people?

                        • Klaus 74
                          Klaus 74  2 days back

                          The person brought does not know which of the two doors you first picked and which is the one you could have switched with. If he happens to choose the one you first picked then the chances of the prize being behind that one is 1/3, and if he picked the other door there is a 2/3 chance that the prize is behind that one.

                      • Kly
                        Kly  2 days back

                        Being fooled by Antinomy means your intelligence is put at question, i don't believe in neither the grandfather paradox nor the liar's paradox.
                        It is difficult to explain via the grandfather paradox but the liar's paradox is a perfect example to explain why i think this way.
                        Like it says, it is only a crisis in thought, it has a solution, it is just not understood because of a lack of tools to understand it, these might be a keen intelligence or knowledge of the enviroment, we have no knowledge of time travel so it is not veridical, but it would be if we expanded our knowledge, the liar's paradox is just confusing, it isn't hard, it is basically confusing just because of the premise that communication tries to convey information, it does not, not always, I am lying is a true statement because the intent of the person saying it is to misdirect the person reading it from thinking that the person is saying the truth to an endless loop of confusion that is what one coloquialy calls a paradox, it is not complicated once you understand that the confusion sprouts from falsely believing there is an understanding between the liar and the listener that they have to use conventional speech.
                        The liar's paradox is hardly a paradox at all, it is just a thought exercise at most.

                        • TheYouTubeBoy
                          TheYouTubeBoy  3 days back

                          I wish these videos would just get to the point, I can’t remember the last one I watched without skipping anymore.

                          • Joe Bob
                            Joe Bob  3 days back

                            A towel?

                            • Andrew Dees
                              Andrew Dees  3 days back

                              Wait, achilles ran 100mtrs, in time it took hare to run 1. So by that example alone. The next time achilles runs, hes caught the hare. And passed him by, 99mtrs. Given the same time n speed was the same.

                              • Luka
                                Luka  3 days back

                                You're a great teacher. Thank you!

                                • Akaashdeep Beemanpalli

                                  6:02 doesn't it remember you of 21 movie?

                                  • Zaineb Siddiqui
                                    Zaineb Siddiqui  4 days back

                                    The best number is 73.
                                    It is the 21st prime number. Its opposite, 37, is the 12th prime numbers (reverse of 21), and the product of 3 and 7 is......hold on to your hats.....21.
                                    ~Dr. Sheldon Cooper.

                                    • breaking beast
                                      breaking beast  4 days back

                                      That running paradox is not true. You cannot divide it further than the achilles' leg. He will always move ome step plus his foot length. There you go

                                      • Ayden Escamilla
                                        Ayden Escamilla  4 days back

                                        cleared up a lot thanks

                                        • 1819 P5A 02 CHAN SHING FUNG

                                          vsauce2 the answer to the faint young sun is obvious: the earth's geothermal energy and greenhouse gases kept water liquid. OR the oceans DID freeze but the sun warmed up and melted the oceans.

                                          • Nova Sky
                                            Nova Sky  2 days back

                                            Or interstellar aliens wanted a planet with water to camp on so they built a terraforming campfire and roasted marshmallows and sung a few songs.

                                        • Mr MEMé
                                          Mr MEMé  5 days back

                                          I thought Para meant "Next To"

                                          • Robert Bowe
                                            Robert Bowe  5 days back

                                            You almost destroyed my soul rubbing your finger across that tape making that noise.

                                            • Nicolas Nobre
                                              Nicolas Nobre  5 days back

                                              Whatever I say after this, is the truth
                                              Whatever I said berfore this, is a lie.

                                              • pokemon guy whoblahblahblah!!!!

                                                im Achilles and when my friend is the tortoise when playing tag. I always grab him before he can even run away.

                                                • Mek
                                                  Mek  5 days back

                                                  5:40 it's fuking 21 blackjack omfg

                                                  • Gacha Lover
                                                    Gacha Lover  6 days back

                                                    Time travel is not possible because if you travel back in time to meet your grandpa, and accidentally make him late for a date with your grandma, so they broke up, so your mom was never born, so you were never born, and you couldn’t have traveled back in time in the first place.

                                                    • MENELAOS94
                                                      MENELAOS94  6 days back

                                                      Paradox derives from greek and it's a complex word. Para (gr. "Παρά") here has the meaning of "despite of" and dox derives from the word "δόξα" which in ancient Greek had the meaning of "opinion" or "hypothesis".

                                                      • Lumberjack king the great

                                                        He doesn't need prove stuff by math

                                                        • Lumberjack king the great

                                                          Trilema

                                                          • Aspiring Marauder
                                                            Aspiring Marauder  7 days back

                                                            Stars are formed from a finite number of resources. They don't get hotter over time, they get denser as gravity increase in on itself, with more ENERGY, not just heat.

                                                            • David Curr
                                                              David Curr  7 days back

                                                              There are three kinds of people in the world. Those that can count and those that can't. haha

                                                              • Imgonnagogetthepapers getthepapers

                                                                I wish you wouldn't...........talk........like................this.

                                                                • A lone cozy dot
                                                                  A lone cozy dot  1 weeks back

                                                                  3:30 it's just that Achilles ran faster than the tortoise for the same time !! They are no travelling at constsnt speed so Achilles's can catch up with the turtle
                                                                  If not tell me what's wrong

                                                                  • MikeRosoftJH
                                                                    MikeRosoftJH  5 days back

                                                                    That's not what the paradox is about. Suppose that Achilles is 10 times as fast as the tortoise, and is 100 meters away. By the time he has reached the place where the tortoise is, the tortoise has walked 10 meters. By the time he reaches the second spot, the tortoise has walked 1 meter. By the time he reaches the third spot, the tortoise has walked 10 centimeters. And so on to infinity. And then Zeno asks: if it takes infinitely many segments to actually reach the tortoise, how could he ever do it? Well, calculus tells us that there's a way to sum infinitely many numbers (in our case the sum is exactly 111.111... = 1000/9 meters). So even though the distance is composed of infinitely many segments, it is indeed possible to cover it in a finite amount of time.

                                                                    Another Zeno's paradox involved a question of what does it mean that an object is in motion at a particular moment. Suppose I fire an arrow; of course it's in motion. But how can I tell? Is it in motion now? Or one second from now? Two seconds? After all, at any given point in time an object occupies only one spot. And if I can't tell that an object is in motion at any given moment, how can I tell that it's in motion at all? (Again, he is aiming towards the concept of derivation from modern mathematics; but calculus didn't exist in Zeno's time.)

                                                                • Sir Robert Tables IV
                                                                  Sir Robert Tables IV  1 weeks back

                                                                  Wait a minute, this isn't a video on the paradox engine ban.

                                                                  • D k
                                                                    D k  1 weeks back

                                                                    Paradox= Abortion IS healthcare

                                                                    • mariel ramirez
                                                                      mariel ramirez  1 weeks back

                                                                      I thought this will clarify what a paradox is but I'm still lost.

                                                                      • scepgineer21
                                                                        scepgineer21  1 weeks back

                                                                        The TL;DW version
                                                                        There are 3 types of paradoxes:
                                                                        Veridical paradoxes are things that seem hard to accept as true (maybe very counterintuitive), but they are indeed true.
                                                                        Falsidical paradoxes are things that seem true but actually false.
                                                                        Antinomies (the true paradoxes) are statements that are irreconcilable for us at this point, they seem to contradict themselves, but we don't understand yet why, how to resolve it, or maybe the contradiction stems from accepting some part of it that is false or framing things incorrectly.

                                                                        Paradoxes are good tools for reasoning. Finding out the problem with an antinomy and turning it into a falsidical or veridical can come along with a discovery and advancement in our knowledge.

                                                                      • Adam Hudson
                                                                        Adam Hudson  1 weeks back

                                                                        How? I mean he explained it so well 🙄 lol

                                                                    • Splaterai 315
                                                                      Splaterai 315  1 weeks back

                                                                      9:35 is literally every time I think of killing an old relative in
                                                                      time travel

                                                                      • DerAnanasKing
                                                                        DerAnanasKing  1 weeks back

                                                                        the Faint young sun is not a Paradox.
                                                                        the reason why the earth was not forsen is the same concept we are facing now. Global warming. in the earlier days the Earths atmosphere was much higher saturated with greenhouse gasses.
                                                                        this is fairely common knowlage, especially today during the great debates about greenhouse gasses and global warming.
                                                                        in fact, without any greenhouse gases, the temperature of the earth today would be -18 degrees celsius.

                                                                        • SorrowFlame2
                                                                          SorrowFlame2  1 weeks back

                                                                          What If Pinoccio says that his nose is going to be growing 🤷‍♂️c;

                                                                          • Rodney Bentley
                                                                            Rodney Bentley  1 weeks back

                                                                            As our Jungle Cruise pulled into the landing our tour guide pointed out their paradox. He then introduced us to Jim and Tim, their paradorks.

                                                                            • Rose Ash
                                                                              Rose Ash  1 weeks back

                                                                              I did the middle envelope twice and it usually was right.

                                                                              • Observ45er
                                                                                Observ45er  1 weeks back

                                                                                Too over dramatic. Barely made 4 minutes...

                                                                                • Joseph Gaudio
                                                                                  Joseph Gaudio  1 weeks back

                                                                                  Air pressure

                                                                                  • Rich Colburn
                                                                                    Rich Colburn  1 weeks back

                                                                                    The Monty Hall thing becomes intuitively obvious if you start with something like seven envelopes then reveal five that are wrong. Would you change your answer then? What if you had twenty envelopes and the host revealed 18 that were wrong skipping over one suspicious envelope. Would you then change your answer? The effect is the same with just three it's just not as significant a change in the odds.

                                                                                    • remort03
                                                                                      remort03  1 weeks back

                                                                                      is the answer to this question no?

                                                                                      • Gladys Baptiste
                                                                                        Gladys Baptiste  1 weeks back

                                                                                        Bro, 0 upside down is still 0

                                                                                        • Falconmain12
                                                                                          Falconmain12  1 weeks back

                                                                                          A pair of docs