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The solution of Zeno’s paradoxes
At the beginning of February 2005, I came across Zeno’s paradoxes for the first time. However, I could only start writing about their sealed secrets after more than six years of painstaking exhausting daily work. It was only then that I felt confident that I was on the right track. Until then, I had been trying to find the answers to every question I knew. There’s no room for doubt, that this way was opened only through the solution of Zeno’s Paradoxes. There were some itemized problems (mainly in Physics), which only after many years could I come up with their solution. And it was only when I found them that I knew that I was on the right track.
I had been wondering though all those years: How could it be possible for all those thinkers who got involved with these ancient philosophical riddles to try to solve them in a mathematical way? Let us simply and logically consider: In order for something like this to be accomplished, the infinite has to be limited (restricted) – something which (supposedly genius) Newton carried out with his infinitesimal calculus. As a matter of fact, how could Physicists as well as Mathematicians possibly even think nowadays, that this was actually attained through analysis?
The readers who will be understand the following solution despite it being presented in summary form, will definitely be capable of understanding the reason why thinkers have difficulty in conceiving the meaning of the infinite. Anyone who loves the unexpected and the unbelievable will find there what he is seeking. The formulation of Zeno’s paradoxes and their concise (brief) solution follows. The complete circumstantial (thorough) solution will be released when the suitable publisher is found.