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    Greetings.

    I'm an eccentric young man with two cute tulpas, and an inherent interest in neuroscience and philosophy.

    I have studied psychology and medical science independently since elementary school, and developed most of my behavioral psychology research in middle and high school school.

    I sometimes I find myself emulating "L" because I can relate to him deeply;

    I have always been a logical thinker, my social behaviors and mannerisms have been frowned upon and scoffed at, and I always found myself completely isolated in terms of intelligence and self-awareness.

    The only thing that interests me now is the pursuit of the mind. I dream of becoming a neurophysicist or quantum physicist to learn how the brain works on the quantum level. My goal is to go down in history for benefiting mankind and/or causing an advancement in science.

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  1. @Actinium Hmmm...hateboner...I just learned a new word! I know right :3 Wow. This actually blends perfectly with what I remember of the dream. I can say that this is correct for my life as well as my tulpa journey... *ears bleed* I'm kidding. I saw it! But it's nothing compared to what I have seen in scary movies 0.0 Perhaps there could be some truth behind this, but I don't know what the dramatic change that is happening is... Eerily accurate... She already sees me as like an older sister :) @ReisOtherHalf
  2. I feel like I should post something here because I can easily be considered a culprit. Because of this, my opinion is most likely biased, but still surely contains some insight for this debate that has ridiculously been going on for much longer than I have been a registered user on this site. First of all, this entire thread is pretty depressing. Not only do I feel personally attacked, but I'm sure a few others do as well. I can easily be seen as a roleplayer, so to clear things up; I am not a roleplayer. Oh wait, that doesn't solve anything does it? Because you can't possibly tell whether
  3. There is no sound logic within paradoxes, that's why they are paradoxes and not puzzles. For example, drinking water from an empty cup is a paradoxical statement. However, if you have the right reasoning and information, you can conclude that either the act of drinking water never happened, that the empty cup never existed, or that the entire event never took place (which is practical, but not in the case of a puzzle where you have to figure out which event didn't take place). When you are left with two clues that directly contradict each other, you really have no choice but do determine which
  4. @Actinium Lol and then you post a relevant gif xD Spot-on...I used to flirt with a girl at work until she told me that she was moving, which made me feel a kind of de ja vu because my ex and I flirted even though I was moving, but she didn't have the same feelings. Not to mention that to Yumi's dismay, I haven't been able to get my ex out of my head. But then again, I think about every aspect of my past constantly, and try to piece together a picture of the future with it. It's damn near impossible to know somebody for so many years, and then suddenly eliminate them from you
  5. @Drug Uncle Well sir you are already more responsible than I am. Thank you Drug uncle. And I'll be sure to visit you to buy some...books...yeah...books...hehehe.... @ItsSwissmas-cakes If you hadn't made that realization then things would have been very awkward lol. I believe that dreams are choc-full of symbols! Symbols that my Dream consultant Actinium will tell me all about! @Actinium "Oops" won't pay my medical bills :( !!! LOL why are all of these songs you post always so relevant??? Oh no...Yumi is mad now... I won't pos
  6. @Drug Uncle Well sir you are already more responsible than I am. Thank you Drug uncle. And I'll be sure to visit you to buy some...books...yeah...books...hehehe.... @ItsSwissmas-cakes If you hadn't made that realization then things would have been very awkward lol. I believe that dreams are choc-full of symbols! Symbols that my Dream consultant Actinium will tell me all about! @Actinium "Oops" won't pay my medical bills :( !!! LOL why are all of these songs you post always so relevant??? Oh no...Yumi is mad now... I won't pos
  7. Ah. Well now I see what you mean. I actually wrote the question while I was mentally and physically tired. I usually revise what I write to verify whether it makes sense to others, but this time my revision didn't really help because as I said, I was tired--which is a pretty bad excuse for poorly writing a paradox. Thank you for pointing it out, I'll rewrite it and make it more clear for the people who try to solve it in the future. The fact that Object 1 reached Point B in X time was something I originally felt didn't need to be included, but that's where I went wrong. Not including that
  8. To address your complaint, the fact that they arrived at different times was the entire reason why the problem could be considered a paradox, and could be easily be derived from the information provided. I probably should have been more clear about that vital fact, but the fact wasn't obscured by any tricky wording or nonsense, so Sushi and STEek were able to catch it, and almost solve the problem. They were both travelling at the same speed, from the same point, yet they arrived at different times, and there were no obstacles. That was the problem. I'm sorry if I wasn't clear enough.
  9. You got it Reisen! Object 1 travels in a curve upwards. Object 2 travels straight ahead with very little influence of gravity. Both objects are projectiles.
  10. I knew someone would bring this point up. Technically you are a heinous murderer if the amount of people you have killed is an unknown value 3 times more than another unknown value, assuming that your roomate has killed anyone in the first place.Therefore, the logic is only flawed when assumption is out of the question. When people read the Chocolate-Box paradox they assume that Bob ate an impossible value of chocolates, when it is obvious that it would be impossible for him to do so in spite of me using the word "ate", because in reality he did not in fact eat any, which is why it is called a
  11. This would be extraordinary reasoning if someone else created this seemingly absurd question to test assumption, so I'll still give you credit for it. However, this is not the answer I'm looking for, as this isn't a trick question in any way, and requires technical knowledge of what affects the travelling of objects. My choice of words will not be your enemy in this problem, but my exclusion of words will be. In my paradox, I ask what the difference between the two objects are if every physical property of theirs is the same. Which brings me to my final hint: The answer to the puzzle is
  12. I threw in the word greedily to test the power of assumption. Even if I didn't throw in the word greedily though, one could easily say that eating three times more than another person is greedy. The entire paradox was designed to test how assumption and facts collide to separate one from the truth. LOL I just now got that reference, my bad lol Here's a new paradox I created that is much easier. You can probably find something like it on the internet, but here we go: Object 1 and Object 2 start from the same point (Point A). Their destination (Point B) is 10 miles away. Object
  13. Sushi actually got the question correct originally when he said that Jen ate all of the chocolates. The paradox is that Susan and Bob never ate chocolates to begin with. But this isn't counter-intuition. We can prove this. Bob did not eat two chocolates, therefore it is impossible for him to have eaten any number of chocolates other than two in consideration of how many times more chocolates Susan ate and how many chocolates there were in the box. Susan ate 3 times more than Bob, 3x0=0, which means that it is impossible for her to eat 3 times more than him . Therefore she didn't eat at
  14. The chocolates are measured in good ole' whole numbers. No decimals or equations involved. Only first grade math and pure, undiluted logic, as I said in the OP. As I said, math will not help you here, and Susan ate exactly 3 times what Bob ate. Remember that there are no external factors, but this answer was so close to being correct that it made my heart skip a beat. Out of the dozens of people who are trying to figure this out, you might be the first to get it. And that is very true. But of course simple math can help a little bit, but this math is really just str
  15. That possibility is correct, however that is not the answer because it is counter-intuitive. Everything in this paradox is concrete. There are no hidden chocolates, there are no hidden people, everything is as it is. Your answer wasn't silly--or even wrong for that matter, but there are no external factors in this. Thank you for your input.
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