the 69 paradox is the philosophical concept defined by the powerhouse philosopher Sealeft. It is derived from the idea of the sex act in which participants are able to stimulate orally simultaneously. The way of breaking the cycle is through orgasm, providing a means to an end, however since it is impossible to cum at the same time there is an imbalance in this chain. The concept makes this applicable to philosophical paradoxes which are technically breakable, but very unlikely, with the more common outcome in attempt most likely creating imbalance.
the 69 paradox was implimented in "the chicken and the egg" problem, breaking this cycle likely through imbalance rather than a direct freeing from the cycle at once.
by boi_genius December 20, 2017