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This article delves into the evolving relationship between theoretical discoveries and empirical verification in physics. It addresses the challenges posed by the empirical incoherence of Quantum Gravity and explores the role of paradoxes as a guide in scientific progress. While experiments remain crucial for validating theories, the paper argues that paradoxes can provide valuable insights and motivate the development of new theories. By examining the concept of paradoxes, analysing their role in fundamental physics, and focusing on black hole paradoxes in Quantum Gravity, this paper proposes a heuristic approach to incorporating paradoxes into scientific inquiry. It emphasises the convergence of paradox analysis and experimental validation for a comprehensive understanding of the natural world.