10 Brilliant Paradoxes in Physics and Philosophy

The mind-bending conflict between reality and illusion

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1. Archimedes Paradox

We all know the principle of floatation states that ‘when an object floats in a liquid, the buoyant force acting on the object is equal to the object’s weight. This means, the heavier the…



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Sunny Labh

Science writer and communicator majoring in Quantum Mechanics. Founder of @PhysInHistory and Curator for @ProfFeynman on twitter. Email: thepiggsboson@gmail.com