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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Sept28Post.mp4 Science and math have a lot of cool paradoxes. One is a three dimensional graph commonly referred to as "Gabriel's Horn." It's a long cone looking thing. What's the paradox? Mathematically, it has an infinite surface area, on the outside of the cone. But at the same time, the inside of the cone has finite volume. Meaning if it were a real physical shape, and not a mathematical idea, you could fill the inside with a finite amount of paint. Because the inside has finite volume. But the outside has infin