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The Banach-Tarski paradox is a theorem in set-theoretic geometry, which states the following: Given a solid ball in 3 dimensional space, there exists a decomposition of the ball into a finite number of disjoint subsets, which can then be put back together in a different way to yield two identical copies of the original ball.
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jiggalee | 136.25 | 97.0% |

venerated | 128.52 | 98.2% |

mrlazav | 126.38 | 97.9% |

feuv | 119.11 | 96.2% |

seantype2510 | 118.16 | 98.8% |

lirich90 | 117.09 | 99.4% |

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jackey2baccey | 112.58 | 98.5% |

penguino_beano | 112.35 | 93.1% |

rhun | 111.75 | 99.7% |

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tengugod | 44.57 | 80.0% |

shawnsmith91 | 87.49 | 94.8% |

clickclackm00 | 75.58 | 92.6% |

sharkster16 | 82.44 | 97.3% |

2001or2 | 106.98 | 89.1% |

rubenpire7 | 80.50 | 96.4% |

machinist80 | 49.82 | 90.6% |

user107401 | 35.74 | 95.6% |