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Clue: A Paradox in Quantum mechanics - Two players who can not communicate accomplish tasks that seemingly require direct contact.
Answer: Quantum pseudo telepathy

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Clue: A Mathematical Paradox - Increasing the total number of seats might shrink one block's seats.
Answer: Alabama paradox

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Clue: A Relativity Paradox - a paradox in special relativity.
Answer: Mocanu s velocity composition paradox

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Clue: A Physical Paradox - What would happen if an unstoppable force hit an immovable object?
Answer: Irresistible force paradox

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Clue: An Economy Paradox - Two players reaching a state of Nash equilibrium both find themselves with no profits.
Answer: Bertrand paradox

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Clue: A Mathematical Paradox - You can have three dice, called A, B, and C, such that A is likely to win in a roll against B, B is likely to win in a roll against C, and C is likely to win in a roll against A.
Answer: Intransitive dice

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Clue: An Economy Paradox - Increasing the price of bread makes poor people eat more of it.
Answer: Giffen paradox

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Clue: A Cosmology Paradox - In a Newtonian universe, gravitation should pull all matter into a single point.
Answer: Bentley s paradox

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Clue: A Logical paradox - All horses are the same color.
Answer: Horse paradox

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Clue: An Infinity paradox - Does the set of all those sets that do not contain themselves contain itself?
Answer: Russell s paradox

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Clue: A statistical paradox - a predictive models with a given level of accuracy may have greater predictive power than models with higher accuracy.
Answer: Accuracy paradox

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Clue: An Economy Paradox - Capital is not flowing from developed countries to developing countries despite the fact that developing countries have lower levels of capital per worker, and therefore higher returns to capital.
Answer: Lucas paradox

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