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What happens when an unstoppable force meets an unmovable object?

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Question:- What happens when an unstoppable force meets an unmovable object?

Answer:- Compromise

Suggestion:- Watch the climax of the film 'Dark Knight'.

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Well its can't be a genuine paradox if we can say the existence of the unmovable object is due to its meet with the unstoppable force. Like infinite gravitational force on a planet makes objects on it unmovable.

dude no paradox is genuine .......that's why it's a paradox lol

There is no such thing as an immovable object. If you move, the object has moved relative to you.

there is a video in youtube regarding this topic watch it

they greet each other............and change their respective paths

it is obvious that If the force moves the object, then it is not unmovable and If the force does not, the force is not unstoppable.

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TopNewestQuestion:- What happens when an unstoppable force meets an unmovable object?

Answer:- Compromise

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Well its can't be a genuine paradox if we can say the existence of the unmovable object is due to its meet with the unstoppable force. Like infinite gravitational force on a planet makes objects on it unmovable.

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dude no paradox is genuine .......that's why it's a paradox lol

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There is no such thing as an immovable object. If you move, the object has moved relative to you.

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there is a video in youtube regarding this topic watch it

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they greet each other............and change their respective paths

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it is obvious that If the force moves the object, then it is not unmovable and If the force does not, the force is not unstoppable.

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