# Paparidox statement

1. Apr 16, 2005

### JamesU

Imagine a piece of paper, here's the statement on the back:

Here's the front:

:surprised

2. Apr 16, 2005

### Smurf

does it say "© ToysForDumbasses" in the corner

3. Apr 16, 2005

### AntonVrba

The question is - how fast is the paper rotating?

4. Apr 16, 2005

### JamesU

?????????????

5. Apr 16, 2005

### Smurf

It's a very valid question. Logic decrees that the paper must be rotating or at least capable of rotating if we are able to know what is on the other side of the peice of paper. Unless we are assuming omnisience in which case the paper can not be rotating.
So,
How fast is it rotating?

6. Apr 16, 2005

### JamesU

guess

7. Apr 17, 2005

### JamesU

This is just a paridox, nothing to do with rotation
Not---> :rofl:
But,--->

8. Apr 18, 2005

### Moo Of Doom

The rotating thing was most obviously a joke (and a good joke at that!).

My guess is 1 cycle / second.

9. Apr 18, 2005

### JamesU

joke eh?...

10. Apr 18, 2005

### whozum

It rotates one time per users will (of it to rotate). HA.

11. Apr 20, 2005

### ArielGenesis

1 rotation per rotation ???

12. Apr 20, 2005

### quark

Ref. Front of the paper. The statement on the back of paper is false that the statement on front is true.

Ref. Back of the paper. The statement on the front of the paper is true that the statement on back is false.

13. Apr 20, 2005

### Jimmy Snyder

The paper is at rest, you are rotating. As previously noted, 1 rpr.

14. Apr 20, 2005

### AntonVrba

Thank you, compliments are always much appreciated