'If you really think about impossible magic you realize it's got to be possible or it's got to be magic. But since it's impossible, problem solved: it IS magic, just of the IMPOSSIBLE KIND, so it's POSSIBLE as long as we view magic as impossible. And so, ironically, impossible magic is actually possible, perhaps the only possible kind of magic is actually impossible magic. I find this argument compelling. And even, ultimately compelling for the existence of magic in general. But impossible magic is of a different kind.'