In the process of building an Android Application, while testing we face a lot of crashes. We detect a crash, fix it and this cycle repeats until and unless our application is built completely and it’s crash-free. And then, after months of hard work, we finally push our application to the Play Store.
“Tough times over. Now let’s relax and binge series!
. . . But that’s not the case.”
To elaborate the discussion, lets have a conversation between me and my friend:-
Tony Stark:- Hey Sayantan, I am throwing a party tonight at my place. It’s based on my…
“Hey, do you wanna play puzzles?” — asked a mother of an 8-year-old. “ Sure, mommy!”- replied her cutie.
All of us love puzzles. And for the fun fact, it isn’t age-restricted. No wonder how much we grow up, we love scratching our head against a tricky puzzle, and when finally we come up with its solution, we all want to give an imaginary fist bump or jump in enjoyment. This article is all about a puzzle based on a mathematical paradox.
“And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” — Third verse of Book of Genesis.
In Part 1, we had discussed “Bootstrap Paradox” in which an object, idea, or thought traveled back to the past from the future, without having a true origin, gets stuck on an endless loop. In Part 2, we had discussed “Grandfather Paradox” in which someone goes back in time to change something which restricts that person to go back and change that in the first place.
You can check out the whole story from the following links if you hadn’t yet:-
From the beginning of the series, I always had a Trilogy in mind. Let’s begin the final cycle.
In Part 1, we had discussed “Bootstrap Paradox” in which an object, idea, or thought traveled back to the past from the future, without having a true origin, gets stuck on an endless loop. You can check out the whole story here if you hadn’t yet:-
“Man can do what he wills. But he cannot will what he wills!” — Sir Arthur Schopenhauer.
What if someone from the future traveled back to the past to avert this ongoing COVID global pandemic, thus saving the whole humanity. …
“Distinction between Past, Present, and Future is only a stubbornly persistent Illusion!” — Albert Einstien.
We trust that time is linear. We believe yesterday, today and tomorrow are consecutive and flows unidirectionally but what if they are all connected in a never-ending loop. Generations after generations we evolve and get better of our previous mistakes, meaning the Future is being influenced by the Past but what if the Past is also influenced by the Future.
We always fantasize about time-traveling. …
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