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#23 - serotonin
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(01/16/2013) [-]
Its Xenons paradox...and frog will touch the wall in the end just like Achiles will leave turtle behind. It probably has to do something with coming down to smallest possible distance that can not be devided...some sort of ``quantum pixel``. I dont know if I am correct...just wild guessing
#43 to #23 - sasorikingofrocks
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(01/16/2013) [-]
Well it's basically saying that if the frog starts at 1 away from the wall, jumps half, he's now 1/2 away from the wall. Jumps half again he's at 1/4, continuing on, there are an infinite number of fractional jumps he can make that will cut his current distance to the wall in half. But if he remains only jumping half the distance, he will never reach the wall :) This has been SCIENCE UP IN THIS BITCH, by Sasori King of Rocks.
#87 to #43 - serotonin
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(01/16/2013) [-]
Yes he will. Check out comment below
#54 to #43 - lordbyronxiv
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(01/16/2013) [-]
the quantum pixdel he was referring to was the Planck length. Any thing smaller than the Plank length loses meaning in the real world, thus once reached, the wall is reached.