Zeno's absurdities fooled so many brilliant minds, all across the Time! Keep in mind this concept, TIME. A superlatively intelligent mind such as Aristotle was ecstatic about Zeno's paradoxes of motionless:
"In a race, the quickest runner can never overtake the slowest, since the pursuer must first reach the point whence the pursued started, so that the slower must always hold a lead."
There was no time on Aristotle's mind... at that time! For Aristotle, as for Zeno, Time was equal to zero. In truth, Time is always greater than zero. Time exists in Reality, both in physics and metaphysics. Aristotle did have, in other situations, a grasp on Time as a metaphysical notion.
The solution is so easy! Intelligent visitors to my website pleaded with me to publish my solution to the paradoxes, if I had one. I was shocked to learn that nobody before me came up with a logical solution. Granted, the over simplifiers only offered a mathematical solution by employing the formula of velocity (V = S / T; Speed V equals Space over Time). Their approach was wrong logically since Zeno's argument was set in metaphysics, not physics.
Surprise, surprise! Within one year after I published this solution (2005...yes, that recently!), the Internet was almost flooded with false implications. A number of lowlifes stated they came up with similar solutions to Zenon's paradoxes... only they were somehow late in publishing their analyses!
My most philosophical piece of advice: Every human must immediately claim credit for what's legitimately his or hers. False modesty is a robbery tool manipulated by the lowlifes. There is no virtue in hiding the Truth and giving illegitimate credit to the undeserving. Truth is above anything and anybody. This rule is the most virtuous form of nurturing and feeding one's ego.
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Release headline: Zeno's Paradoxes Undeniably Solved For The First Time Ever
"Zeno or Zenon of Elea was a philosopher belonging to the school of thought known as Sophism, founded by Parmenides. Zeno created so-called aporiae or paradoxes that puzzled humans for at least two millennia, four centuries, twenty-one years, nine months, two weeks, six days, 13 hours, 45 minutes, and 54 seconds. It's about Time!"
Release date: June 03, 2009
PDF document: ZenoParadox.pdf.
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