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Posted by Gauldin , Edward on June 10, 2001 15:39:48 UTC

The deal with Zeno's paradox is that no human would conceivably travel in such step as half the distance and then again half the distance. It does however try to teach someting about perspective. Most often I find that if something
appears to be stupid or senseless but there is some eveidence to point toward a conclusion or people insist in beliving in something then more investigation is needed. Only an idiot discount things out of hand(or actually at all)allow you intellect to expand don't define yourself by what you know but rather by what you can learn

later Edward(the punk scientist)

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