1. Let's say (hypothetically) there is a bullet, which can shoot through any barrier. Let's say there is also an absolutely bullet-proof armour, and nothing gets through it. What will happen, if such bullet hits such armour?
Ok, let me clarify the post above a bit. This is philosophy! There is no right or wrong answer to philosophy! So my answer isn't wrong. (That doesn't mean it's right, but I'm going to think some more.)
1.a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently sound) reasoning from acceptable premises, leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or self-contradictory : a potentially serious conflict between quantum mechanics and the general theory of relativity known as the information paradox. See note at riddle .
2. a seemingly absurd or self-contradictory statement or proposition that when investigated or explained may prove to be well founded or true : in a paradox, he has discovered that stepping back from his job has increased the rewards he gleans from it.
So basically, a paradox is something that condradicts itself. Recently, in math class, there was a question about the opposite of zero. I wrote that it did not have an opposite , and I wrote a mathematical formula. However, this is not a paradox because it has an answer.If it had been a paradox, I could have written "There is no answer." THIS WOULD CAUSE A PARADOX, BECAUSE I WROTE AN ANSWER! This proves paradoxes are possible. So, paradoxes can happen many times every day without you knowing about them! THIS MUST MEAN THERE IS AN ANSWER TO AL THESE PARADOXES!
Ok, this might not even work, but as my teachers say, I do have a unique way of thinking! Anyways, what do you expect from a 10 year old?