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The Liar’s Paradox is based on the belief that every statement is either true or false.

“This statement is false.”

If the statement is true and it describes itself as false then is it false? If it’s false then is it lying about being false? If it is does this make it true?

Solution:
Look at the fact that every statement is true or false. Since this statement doesn’t come to a concrete answer wouldn’t it be safe to say that it’s incomplete?

The element of time is the secret. The only reason it’s fits into a paradox is because of the lack of time and people are unfamiliar with the concept of no time.

*I want to add that the sentence is fine the way it is but it will never be understood without the element of time.

 

 

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