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Three Dimensional Paradoxes

Three Dimensional Paradoxes In Spatial Schemata

SPECIAL AND GENERAL RELATIVITY FRAME OF REFERENCE

Propagating Paradox vs Preconditioned Paradox

A propagating paradox is a natural occurring process or immutable deductive law; whereas, a preconditioned paradox derives from a number of different variables or elements being fulfilled or coming together, conducing a self-contradictory. Two mutually exclusive self-contradictory phenomenons sharing no intrinsic relationship, other than their mutual oppositions or inconsistencies.

The relevance of propagating and preconditioned paradoxes are inherently self-contradictory; however, the former is conducive to metaphorical applications—paring qualities in the commonalities between different forms of existence, and the latter being hypothetical scenarios to facilitate a contradictory outcome —both paradoxes have intrinsic distinctions.

In linguistics, paradoxes are statements or propositions leading to up to logically unacceptable or self-contradictory conclusions, and they’re generally not properties of immutable deductive laws; such as, autological and heterological words; the former being self descriptive or self referential, and the latter refers to words that are non-descriptive—-conducing a heterological paradox of being self-descriptive and non-descriptive simultaneously.

These examples below were extracted from from a website called
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1. The Ship of Theseus
(This is one of my favourite paradoxes. Let’s say you build a ship using 100 pieces of wood. You name this ship “Ship” (obviously you’re a creative genius the likes of which the world has never seen). Every day, you take one wooden piece off Ship and replace it with a metal one. Eventually, you’ve replaced every single piece with a metal one. Now, what if you take all those wooden pieces and built a completely identical ship which you also name “Ship”? Which Ship is the real Ship?)

2. The Grandfather Paradox
(Have you seen Looper? It’s a great film. But if you’ve not seen it yet, I’ll not ruin the story for you. Here’s a totally unrelated paradox. Imagine a man goes back in time to kill his grandfather before the grandfather can meet the man’s grandmother. This means that one of the man’s parents will not have been born, which in turn means that he himself will not have been born. If he will not have been born, then he can’t travel back in time to kill his grandfather. Obviously, this paradox doesn’t take into account the possibility of parallel realities since it would just complicate things even more and ruin the paradox)

3. Schrodinger’s Cat Experiment
(This is one of my favourite paradoxes, though it may be difficult to understand its relevance without a basic understanding of quantum mechanics. Imagine you have a cat and you put it in a box along with some explosives. The cat has a 50% chance of living and a 50% chance of dying. The only possible way you would know if the cat’s still alive is to open the box and look inside. However, before you go blundering in and opening up the box, the cat is both dead and alive. It’s a zombie in a state called “superposition”. The second you open that box, you force nature to pick one outcome. This creates the idea that there will be no single outcome until it is observed. While it is understood that our observing causes the cat’s reality to collapse into one outcome, it leads to the question about our reality and our outcome. Who’s observing us and forcing nature to pick one outcome? Or are there multiple realities and parallel universes? To this day, Schrödinger’s Cat experiment remains one of the greatest and most annoying paradoxes; even Schrödinger himself eventually wished he had never met that stupid cat.)

4. The Unstoppable Force Paradox
(Fans of The Joker will remember his little speech at the end of The Dark Knight: “This is what happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object…” The same idea was shown in The Avengers, when Thor smacks his hammer (an unstoppable force) into Captain America’s shield (an immovable object). But what would actually happen when one meets the other? Theoretically, it would seem as though nothing is happening, but there would actually be an infinite transfer of energy. The two would push against each other and constantly transfer energy to each other and would never reach equilibrium because they both have infinite amounts of energy. It’s like the constant battle of Good vs. Evil.)

5. The Liar Paradox
(This simple and yet mind-boggling paradox was thought up by P.E.B. Jourdain, an English mathematician, in 1913. I’m sure you’ve heard it (or a variation of it) before: “The next statement is true. The previous statement is false.” Which statement is true? If the second statement is true, then the first statement is false which makes the second one false which makes the first one true which makes the second one true which makes the first one false which makes the second one…)

All five paradoxes are contingent on a set of preconditions for the contradictory outcome; (1): The Ship of Theseus paradox derives from a conjured up pretext to justify or induce the self-contradictory. (2): The Grandfather Paradox share identical preconditioned qualities, resulting in a paradox; ironically, (1) and (2) inherent paradoxes are centered around (1) being a relativistic viewpoint deriving from an inertial frame of reference, and (2) relating to space, time and gravity!

(3) Schrodinger’s Cat Experiment, is a hypothetical thought experiment sharing the same intrinsic values of (1) and (2); however, (3) relates to the paradox of quantum indeterminacy, superposition and the observable effect on a subatomic level, although the paradox emanates from a set of hypothetical preconditions. (4) The Unstoppable Force Paradox is peculiar because regardless of its arbitrary preconditions, the outcome is a paradox between two opposing extremities incapable of cancelling each other out. (5) The Liars Paradox is a literature self-contradictory sharing equal intrinsic qualities like the rest.

All five paradoxes are contingent on a set of preconditions for the contradictory outcome; (1): The Ship of Theseus paradox derives from a conjured up pretext to justify or induce the self-contradictory. (2): The Grandfather Paradox share identical preconditioned qualities, resulting in a paradox; ironically, (1) and (2) inherent paradoxes are centered around (1) being a relativistic viewpoint deriving from an inertial frame of reference, and (2) relating to space, time and gravity!

(3) Schrodinger’s Cat Experiment, is a hypothetical thought experiment sharing the same intrinsic values of (1) and (2); however, (3) relates to the paradox of quantum indeterminacy, superposition and the observable effect on a subatomic level, regardless if the paradox emanates from a set of hypothetical preconditions. (4) The Unstoppable Force Paradox is peculiar because regardless of its arbitrary preconditions, the outcome is a paradox between two opposing extremities incapable of cancelling each other out. (5) The Liars Paradox is a literature self-contradictory sharing equal intrinsic qualities like the rest.

The Motion or Inertial Paradox
A paradox in its purity derives from an immutable deductive law or naturally occurring process, phenomenons we find prevalent in special and general relativity when referring to frame of references. Prime example is two skaters simultaneously coasting on ice, as you both glide by each other in terms of perspective both skaters interpret their frame of reference as motionless and the other in motion; who’s right or wrong? it’s a relativistic viewpoint deriving from an inertial frame of reference. This is the essence of what a propagating paradox entails, intrinsically and inherently. (Propagating paradox)

The First Dimension Paradox or Latitude Paradox
Space is three dimensional; length, width and depth, or latitude, longitude and altitude, or front-back, left-right or up-down. Time is the Fourth dimension, the timeline of the past, present and future, or the measurement of duration in space. Paradoxes exist in all spatial dimensions; let’s say a performer is facing an audience; from the performers and audience frame of reference left and right is in contrast; both perspectives are equally viable, no dominant or subordinate, just equal perspective. This is the left-right dimension. (propagating paradox)

The Second Dimension or Gravity Paradox
An airplane accelerates at an upright vertical angle towards an altitude, observer falls from the aircraft cockpit towards the back during the momentum, as the force of gravity pushes you downwards, your physical structure experience the gravity paradox, simultaneously descending while accelerating upwards. This is the altitude-longitude or up-down dimension. (propagating paradox)

The Third Dimension or Front-Back Paradox
Intrinsic qualities of the second dimension can be applicable within the third dimension from a moving train inertial frame of reference; horizontal forces components are unaffected by the forces of gravity, hence, a train in forward motion while an observer leisurely walks to the back of the train constitutes a relativistic viewpoint deriving from a motion frame of reference. (propagating paradox)

Preconditioned paradoxes are intrinsically hypothetical scenarios hinging on hidden errors, false premise, fallacy or acceptable axioms, causing the self-contradictory. Propagating paradoxes are intrinsically immutable and conducive to a self-contradictory from a relativistic frame of reference. They’re inherently self-contradictory, but mutually exclusive.

It’s equivalent to correlating sound-waves to light-waves; inherently they propagate with the same elements; amplitude, frequency, velocity, crest, trough etc! However, intrinsically, sound is the collision or air molecules and light is a stream of massless particles (photons).


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(2) (SEO), (SERP), (NLP), Metaphor, Analogy, Metonym
(3) (SEO), (SERP), (NLP), Polysemy, Capitonym, Monosemy
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(2) Predicting The Stock Market Using Dispersed Variables..
(3) (SEO), (SMO), (SERP), And Google Algorithms..
(4) ICANN), (gTLD), Domain Registras & Cyber-Squatting..
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(1) Three Dimensional Paradoxes In Spatial Schemata
(2) Vibrating Molecules and Elliptical Bubbles
(3) Musical Octaves and Wave-Particle Duality
(4) Smells Velocity Induces Memory Faculty
(5)
The Paradox of Light and Sound Induces Synesthesia
(6) The Trichotomy Between Amplitude, Frequency and Velocity
(7) Black Is An Electromagnetic-Radiation (EM) Paradox
(8) Quantum Field Theory, Nash Equilibrium & Social Science
(9) Quantum Electrodynamics, Intramolecular, Intermolecular
(10) The Fibonacci Sequence & Coriolis Effect; Music & Motion

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(2) Neuro-Behavioral Disorder Adaptation
(3) Why Comedians Don’t Laugh At Open Mics
(4) Economic Psychology and Humor Aberration
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(7)  Quantum Entanglement, Chameleon Effect and Coincidences
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Thermodynamics and The Industrial Revolution
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American History Pervasive With Irony 13th, 14th, 15th Amendment
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