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Statistical classical mechanics, quantum mechanics and gravity theory (quantum and non-quantum) are all developed and well-known theories. These theories represent the basis of modern physics. Nevertheless, they contain a number of paradoxes, forMoreStatistical classical mechanics, quantum mechanics and gravity theory (quantum and non-quantum) are all developed and well-known theories. These theories represent the basis of modern physics. Nevertheless, they contain a number of paradoxes, for example: the entropy increase paradox, Schrodingers cat paradox, information paradox of black holes, grandfather paradox. These paradoxes force many scientists to doubt the internal consistency of these theories. However, the given paradoxes can be resolved within the framework of existing physics without introducing any new laws. Approaches to solving these paradoxes are suggested. The first approach relies on the influence of the external observer (environment), which disrupts the correlations in the system and results in the time arrow alignment. The second approach is based on the limits of the self-knowledge of the system for the case when both the external observer and environment are included in the considered system. The concepts of Observable dynamics, Ideal dynamics and Unpredictable dynamics are introduced. The phenomenon of complex (living) systems is contemplated from the perspective of these dynamics. Perspectives on the practical use of Unpredictable systems for artificial intelligence are considered. Universal Arrow of Time and Basic Paradoxes of Physics: The Second Edition by Dr Oleg Yurjevich Kupervasser