The paradox is a phrase we have encountered in a way that we can not get out of our business, a kind of endless cycle. Today we have compiled the 10 most interesting paradoxes of the internet.
The Internet is full of thousands of questions created to burn our brains. “2 + 2 = 4, 2×2 is what?” I do not talk about such questions. Again in this way, these are the questions that mix up a bit of work into the work and leave us out of the picture. Today I am going to share 10 of the most confusing questions on the internet. Let’s see if you can answer these questions correctly.
1) The world’s most famous paradox
You travel the time and you give young Beethoven music notes that he has not written yet. He also publishes these notes. Who actually wrote these notes in this case? You can also answer the same question by going to the past and killing your father by asking who killed your father.
2) The question asked by the Irish scientist William Molyneux in 1688
“If you touch a congenital blind person with a cube and globe, can he see the difference between the cube and the globe only by looking at it later?”
3) The question asked by the English philosopher Derek Parfit
“You go into the beam machine to go to Mars. This machine is copying all of your atoms and making a copy on Mars. The original body that is left in the world afterwards is destroyed. On Mars, there’s a copy that suits your self. As a result, are you still continuing your existence, or are you not? ”
4) Inefficient Question
A crocodile captures a small child. If the child’s father knows what to do with the crocodile’s son, the child will be released. What should the father do in this situation? Should the crocodile tell the kid to kill him or let him free him?
5) John Robertson’s Savings Paradox
The economy has collapsed. There’s only one way to fix this, and that’s to save money. But there is an important problem; if everyone starts to accumulate money, the demand will fall and this will cause the income to fall. As a result, the economy will always be worse. What do you need to do to correct the economy?
6) Epimenides Paradox
If a person says, “I always lie”, should we accept this statement correctly or wrong?
7) Asked by Google+ user Raymond Johson
“If you answer this question randomly, how many percent of your chances of giving the right answer?”
8) The question of Ibn Sina
“Think of a man completely deprived of his senses. He can not see, hear, feel, smell and taste. Does Ibn-i Sina answer “yes” because of the presence of the soul? Well, how do you know that such a person lives?
9) Mathematician Archytas’s Question
“If I go to the end of the universe and extend it to the elimination, does it get out of the universe?”
10) The Ship of Theseus
The Athenians carefully looked at the Theseus for many years, they changed the old and the damaged parts constantly, and one day, there was no part of the original of the ship. So, is this ship still the same ship in this case?