"Things You Wouldn't Know If We Didn't Blog Intermittently."
If you are somewhere else, you are not here.
You are not in Rome; you are somewhere else.
Therefore you are not here.
Heh. If it can't be translated to another language and remain a paradox, it's not really a paradox.
Ah, the lovely "four term" fallacy. I remember my old professor, Dr. Perry, using it this way (or thereabouts):Some babies are geniuses.That is SOME baby!Therefore, that baby is a genius.In the absence paradox, we are using the term "somewhere else" in two different ways, giving us the additional (fourth) term.Lovely!