In 1947, William Burkhart and Theodore Kalin (two Harvard University undergrads) designed a computer whose sole function was to solve truth-value logic problems. When they instructed it to evaluate the Liar Paradox, it went into an infinite loop, making "a hell of a racket" (as Kalin put it).

A Blather of Paradoxes

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