To my perception, it is fine, just adding a missing comma between the clauses, and removing the article "a":Hi,
Is that right to say "when there is a possibility of doing something there is the same amount of impossibility of doing it as well",does it make sense?
As djmc explained, these sentences are logically flawed.... what i intended was " when there is more possibility to do some thing there is also more impossibility of doing it",
i meant if it increases the possibility of doing something at the same time increases impossibility of doing it,
Taking farima_mt's explanations into account, though, and applying them to this analogy, the resulting statement would be that the more full the glass becomes, the more empty it also becomes in equal proportion.I took the proposal to be another way of describing the 'glass half full - also half empty' paradigm; or at least an attempt at it.