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The Tillich-Walker paradox is a paradox that occurs when an individual has sufficient statistical knowledge to know the power necessary, or the requisite n sample size to draw meaningful conclusions about a sample pool of sexual partners, yet due precisely to this eggheaded knowledge they are unlikely to attract a sufficient number of mates to ever attain statistical significance in their own sample of sexual partners.
Oh man, Christian Tillich-Walker knows how many partners he needs, but he'll never be able to reach that number, I guess that's why they call it the Tillich-Walker paradox!
by tom32 March 15, 2018
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