Erik
*I can't say I'm familiar with Russel's Paradox (nm)
Fri Nov 15, 2019 5:12pm
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    • Sometimes you get lucky... - Puckdropper, Fri Nov 08 2019 3:44pm
      Isn't Internet Archive kinda like Russel's Paradox?
      • *I can't say I'm familiar with Russel's Paradox (nm)- Erik, Fri Nov 15 2019 5:12pm
        • It's a set theory thing - Puckdropper, Wed Nov 20 2019 1:55pm
          You have a set that contains every set, but wouldn't this set also contain itself? Well if that's the case, then where does it end? Is it turtles all the way down?
          • Ah, I get it now. Thanks! - Erik, Wed Nov 27 2019 4:26am
            archive.org has everything... even archive.org... which has archive.org... wait... *stack overflow*
            • *Wait, stack overflow has archive.org? (nm) - Puckdropper, Thu Nov 28 2019 10:45pm
              • all newer "archive.org"s on stack overflow would be marked as duplicate and closed even though the only accepted answer is from 2004 when you're searching for a page archived in 2012.
                • Yes, Yes! - Puckdropper, Fri Dec 06 2019 2:31pm
                  And Google/Search engines will link to that answer that says to go back to the other answer. Sometimes stackoverflow is actually useful.
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