Don’t think anyone replied to you @MrBurn4488, but a paradigm in very basic terms is a pattern or model in place within a structure (whether that’s an individual or something much larger).
It’s difficult to give you a full definition though, because it’s used in a variety of fields in different ways (scientifically, in linguistics, and in broader culture).
Say there’s a set of accepted principles within a specific field of science, and somebody brings forward concrete evidence to disprove them. That would be seen as a paradigm shift away from the accepted principles in that field.
An example in broader culture: you could argue that the recent vote to leave the EU denotes a paradigm shift away from pro-Eurocentric attitudes in the UK, attitudes that had been held for many decades prior to the vote.
That’s admittedly a really poor example, and one that could easily be refuted. It is still quite early here though, so my bad ; hopefully that at least gives you some idea of what it means.
Talking of early…
Can anyone explain where the noticed kill is in this:
I’ve tried knocking the extra apartment guard out with a brick just in case, and Freddie’s getting bumped on the way out; no notifications popping, so it’s kind of got me stumped as to which wiring is getting seen. One of the balcony hits?