LOG#080. A Bug-Rivet “paradox”.

Imagine that an idealised bug of negligible dimensions is hiding at the end of a hole of length L. A rivet has a shaft length of . Clearly the bug is “safe” when the rivet head is flush to the … Continue reading

LOG#075. Batmobile “paradox”.

The Batmobile “fake paradox” helps us to understand Special Relativity a little bit. This problem consists in the next experiment: There are two observers. Alfred, the external observer, and Batman moving with his Batmobile. Now, we will suppose that the … Continue reading