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Eyebeam by Sam Hurt for March 30, 2020

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    Three Steps Over Japan  10 months ago

    “Don’t make me halfway stop the car!"

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    sergioandrade Premium Member 10 months ago

    A philosopher and an engineer are both in a room on the other side is an attractive young woman. Told that one of them may kiss the young woman but they can only do so crossing the room using Zeno’s Paradox. The philosopher decides not to try because he knows that he will never make the total distance, the engineer starts to do so and yells at the philosopher that eventually he will be so close it won’t make a difference.

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    #Rad-ish  Premium Member 10 months ago

    He has a pair of dox.

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    WCraft Premium Member 10 months ago

    Hope that doesn’t apply to the “flattened curve!”

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    opsono  10 months ago

    Good ole Zeno was basically a semanticist – while, yes, one must go halfway on a journey from A to B, it’s quite simply true that as long as one maintains some velocity, the next halfway trip will reach the target. The only fact here is that a halfway point is indeed reached, it’s not a limiting parameter.

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    restcure  10 months ago

    It’s simple: always go twice as far

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