The dichotomy paradox is a paradox created by Zeno of Elea. It presents the point in which motion is impossible. If you were to go to the gas station, you would need to cross a halfway point. Then you need to cross the halfway point of that halfway point, then that halfway point, and so on at an atomic level. But you can just go to the gas station and come right back without any trouble. ???

The dichotomy paradox is a paradox created by Zeno of Elea. It presents the point in which motion is impossible. If you were to go to the gas station, you would need to cross a halfway point. Then you need to cross the halfway point of that halfway point, then that halfway point, and so on at an atomic level. But you can just go to the gas station and come right back without any trouble. ????

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