David M

01-03-2014, 06:15 AM

Here is a list of Physics paradoxes produced by rdelmonico which I have copied from another thread.

Archimedes paradox

Aristotle's wheel paradox

Babinet's principle

Bell's spaceship paradox

Black hole information paradox

Bootstrap paradox

Bootstrap paradox in fiction

Carroll's paradox

Denny's paradox

Ehrenfest paradox

Elevator paradox

EPR paradox

Fermi paradox

Fluctuation theorem

Gibbs paradox

Painlevé paradox

Predestination paradox

Predestination paradoxes in popular culture

Rietdijk–Putnam argument

QGrandfather paradox

Gravitational singularity

Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin limit

Hydrodynamic paradox

Hydrostatic paradox

Klein paradox

Ladder paradox

Levinthal's paradox

Lombard's paradox

Loschmidt's paradox

Mpemba effect

Olbers' paradox (Why is the night sky not blindingly bright?)

uantum immortality

Schrödinger's cat

Supplee's paradox

Tachyonic antitelephone

Tea leaf paradox

Temporal paradox

Tolman's paradox

Trouton–Noble experiment

Twin paradox

Ultraviolet catastrophe

Cool tropics paradox

holographic principle

Irresistible force paradox

Algol paradox

Faint young Sun paradox

Archimedes paradox

Aristotle's wheel paradox

Carroll's paradox

D'Alembert's paradox

Denny's paradox

Elevator paradox

Feynman sprinkler

Painlevé paradox

Tea leaf paradoxArcher's paradox

Bentley's paradox

Olbers' paradox

Faraday paradox

Bell's theorem

Hardy's paradox

Klein paradox

Quantum pseudo-telepathy

Bell's spaceship paradox

Black hole information paradox

Ehrenfest paradox

Ladder paradox

Supplee's paradox

Simulation paradox

Twin paradox

Gibbs paradox

Loschmidt's paradox

Maxwell's Demon

Mpemba paradox

vacuum catastrophe

I looked at two paradoxes to begin with. Faraday's paradox has an explanation, therefore we could take that off the list to leave only those which remain unresolved.

The Fermi paradox whilst scientific, brings to mind philosophical and theological questions as to whether God has created any other life in this Universe that we know of and can see through telescopes. Are we the first life-forms to be created in this universe? God has created man with the intention of man having eternal life and God dwelling with man in the age to come. It does not sound like God needs to create another form of man? What we are told is (1 Cor 2:9);Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. This means we could be in for an eternity of surprises, when in the kingdom of God.

David

Archimedes paradox

Aristotle's wheel paradox

Babinet's principle

Bell's spaceship paradox

Black hole information paradox

Bootstrap paradox

Bootstrap paradox in fiction

Carroll's paradox

Denny's paradox

Ehrenfest paradox

Elevator paradox

EPR paradox

Fermi paradox

Fluctuation theorem

Gibbs paradox

Painlevé paradox

Predestination paradox

Predestination paradoxes in popular culture

Rietdijk–Putnam argument

QGrandfather paradox

Gravitational singularity

Greisen–Zatsepin–Kuzmin limit

Hydrodynamic paradox

Hydrostatic paradox

Klein paradox

Ladder paradox

Levinthal's paradox

Lombard's paradox

Loschmidt's paradox

Mpemba effect

Olbers' paradox (Why is the night sky not blindingly bright?)

uantum immortality

Schrödinger's cat

Supplee's paradox

Tachyonic antitelephone

Tea leaf paradox

Temporal paradox

Tolman's paradox

Trouton–Noble experiment

Twin paradox

Ultraviolet catastrophe

Cool tropics paradox

holographic principle

Irresistible force paradox

Algol paradox

Faint young Sun paradox

Archimedes paradox

Aristotle's wheel paradox

Carroll's paradox

D'Alembert's paradox

Denny's paradox

Elevator paradox

Feynman sprinkler

Painlevé paradox

Tea leaf paradoxArcher's paradox

Bentley's paradox

Olbers' paradox

Faraday paradox

Bell's theorem

Hardy's paradox

Klein paradox

Quantum pseudo-telepathy

Bell's spaceship paradox

Black hole information paradox

Ehrenfest paradox

Ladder paradox

Supplee's paradox

Simulation paradox

Twin paradox

Gibbs paradox

Loschmidt's paradox

Maxwell's Demon

Mpemba paradox

vacuum catastrophe

I looked at two paradoxes to begin with. Faraday's paradox has an explanation, therefore we could take that off the list to leave only those which remain unresolved.

The Fermi paradox whilst scientific, brings to mind philosophical and theological questions as to whether God has created any other life in this Universe that we know of and can see through telescopes. Are we the first life-forms to be created in this universe? God has created man with the intention of man having eternal life and God dwelling with man in the age to come. It does not sound like God needs to create another form of man? What we are told is (1 Cor 2:9);Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him. This means we could be in for an eternity of surprises, when in the kingdom of God.

David