Zenon, an ancient Greek philosopher and mathematician, pushes the perception limits of man with paradoxes he created 2500 years ago. One of them is without a doubt the dicotomy paradox.

What does the dichotomy paradox describe?

To reach your goal, we must first go half way. but to go half way, we have to go a quarter first, etc. Even if we divide the distance we have to go without stopping, it is impossible to reach even the first intermediate destination. so we can never get on the road. Furthermore, since these progressively shorter distances are endless, there is an infinite amount of work to be done to travel a road, so it never ends. since we can neither set off nor finish the road, so the movement is impossible.

There is a mathematical term that depicts Zenon's dichotomy paradox graphically in the macro universe: asymptote

The fragmented way of thinking of zenon is branched into the dichotomy paradox at some point:

- Imagine an arrow coming out of the bow to reach its goal.

- the arrow must first cover half the distance from the target.

- must cover half the remaining distance.

- must cover half the remaining distance.

- ...

- ...

- the arrow will never reach its destination; There is an asymptotic follow-up.

The macro universe of isaac newton and albert einstein is interpreted by observing the whole sequence of consecutive moments relative to the dimension of time. therefore, the dichotomy paradox does not make any sense to the macro universe in which we perceive it, but it opens up different doors of thought.

Almost all of the people with whom I chatted on the paradox in question state politely in the first quarter minutes that this event does not match the world they experienced with their senses and that the arrow thrown will definitely reach the target. When they think about it a little bit more, the situation is in a stalemate and the conversation starts with more enjoyable moments than orgasm; because the only notable sensory cut in the plot is that the arrow cannot reach the target:

- Imagine an arrow coming out of the bow to reach its goal.

- the arrow must first cover half the distance from the target.

- but before, it must cover half the distance it has to cover half.

- ...

- ...

- the arrow will never get out of the archer; There is an asymptotic follow-up.

after all, depending on time; there remains nothing or eternity that needs endless work to get started and endless work to end. these two concepts have to be intertwined at this point; because the event will start in infinite time and will end in infinite time again. Assuming that the graph carries the time dimension value of the y-axis, the asymptote must have a non-zero and indeterminate value.

If we eliminate the time dimension that is the problematic part of the paradox in question and values a value for nothingness, we have an event that we can examine in the quantum dimension. a paradox can no longer be mentioned.

In the micro universe of niels bohr with perception problems about what time and matter are, the y-axis representing the time arm of the graph loses its function and is embedded in the asymptote x axis in which we describe an event; that is, the event now has a supersonic singularity. the event happens infinite times at any time, never at all; until the time dimension gives it a quantity and collapses it in one position.

What does the dichotomy paradox describe?

To reach your goal, we must first go half way. but to go half way, we have to go a quarter first, etc. Even if we divide the distance we have to go without stopping, it is impossible to reach even the first intermediate destination. so we can never get on the road. Furthermore, since these progressively shorter distances are endless, there is an infinite amount of work to be done to travel a road, so it never ends. since we can neither set off nor finish the road, so the movement is impossible.

There is a mathematical term that depicts Zenon's dichotomy paradox graphically in the macro universe: asymptote

The fragmented way of thinking of zenon is branched into the dichotomy paradox at some point:

- Imagine an arrow coming out of the bow to reach its goal.

- the arrow must first cover half the distance from the target.

- must cover half the remaining distance.

- must cover half the remaining distance.

- ...

- ...

- the arrow will never reach its destination; There is an asymptotic follow-up.

The macro universe of isaac newton and albert einstein is interpreted by observing the whole sequence of consecutive moments relative to the dimension of time. therefore, the dichotomy paradox does not make any sense to the macro universe in which we perceive it, but it opens up different doors of thought.

Almost all of the people with whom I chatted on the paradox in question state politely in the first quarter minutes that this event does not match the world they experienced with their senses and that the arrow thrown will definitely reach the target. When they think about it a little bit more, the situation is in a stalemate and the conversation starts with more enjoyable moments than orgasm; because the only notable sensory cut in the plot is that the arrow cannot reach the target:

- Imagine an arrow coming out of the bow to reach its goal.

- the arrow must first cover half the distance from the target.

- but before, it must cover half the distance it has to cover half.

- ...

- ...

- the arrow will never get out of the archer; There is an asymptotic follow-up.

after all, depending on time; there remains nothing or eternity that needs endless work to get started and endless work to end. these two concepts have to be intertwined at this point; because the event will start in infinite time and will end in infinite time again. Assuming that the graph carries the time dimension value of the y-axis, the asymptote must have a non-zero and indeterminate value.

If we eliminate the time dimension that is the problematic part of the paradox in question and values a value for nothingness, we have an event that we can examine in the quantum dimension. a paradox can no longer be mentioned.

In the micro universe of niels bohr with perception problems about what time and matter are, the y-axis representing the time arm of the graph loses its function and is embedded in the asymptote x axis in which we describe an event; that is, the event now has a supersonic singularity. the event happens infinite times at any time, never at all; until the time dimension gives it a quantity and collapses it in one position.