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ohwilleke

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This case:

http://pacer.ca10.uscourts.gov/pdf/03-2243.pdf [Broken]

presents an interesting application of Zeno's paradox (i.e. how can you get from point a to point b despite the fact that you must cross half the remaining distance to get there an infinite number of times), in the context of an individual who fled an immigration check point in his car.

http://pacer.ca10.uscourts.gov/pdf/03-2243.pdf [Broken]

presents an interesting application of Zeno's paradox (i.e. how can you get from point a to point b despite the fact that you must cross half the remaining distance to get there an infinite number of times), in the context of an individual who fled an immigration check point in his car.

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