Murphy's Law


If any trouble can happen, it will definitely happen.

Consequences

1. Everything is not as easy as it seems.

2. All work takes more time than you think.

3. Of all the troubles, the one with the greatest damage will occur.

4. If four causes of possible troubles can be eliminated in advance, then there will always be a fifth.

5. Leaving events to themselves tend to go from bad to worse.

6. As soon as you begin to do some work, there is another that needs to be done even earlier.

7. Every solution breeds new problems.

Callaghan's commentary

Murphy was optimistic.

Quantitative reformulation of Murphy's law

All bad things happen at the same time.

Renard's observation

There are times when everything works out. Do not be terrified, it will pass.

Chisholm's first law

Anything that can get spoiled is spoiled.

Consequence

Anything that cannot go bad goes bad too.

Chisholm's second law

When things are going well, something has to happen in the very near future.

Consequences

When things go nowhere worse, they will get worse in the very near future.

If it seems to you that the situation is improving, then you have not noticed something.

Chisholm's third law

People understand any suggestions differently from the one who makes them.

Consequences

1. Even if your explanation is so clear that it excludes any false interpretation, there will still be someone who will misunderstand you.

2. If you are sure that your action will meet with universal approval, someone will definitely not like it.

Scott's law

It doesn't matter if something goes wrong. It might look good.

Finagle's Laws

1. If the experiment is successful, something is wrong here ...

2. In any set of input data, the most reliable value, which does not require any verification, is erroneous.

3. If the work fails, then any attempt to save it will only make matters worse.

Gumperson's Law

The ability to achieve a goal is inversely proportional to your desire.

Ginsber's theorem

1. Victory is impossible.

2. A draw is impossible.

3. Even exiting the game is impossible.

Freeman's Commentary on Ginsberg's Theorem

All major philosophical teachings that try to find some meaning in life are based on the negation of one of the parts of Ginsber's theorem, such as:

1. Capitalism is based on the assumption that victory is possible.

2. Socialism is based on the assumption that a draw is possible.

3. Mysticism is based on the assumption that you can get out of the game.

Erman's comments

1. Before getting better, the situation gets worse.

2. Who said it would improve?

Murphy's law of thermodynamics

Things get worse under pressure.

Everitt's second law of thermodynamics

The confusion in society is constantly increasing. Only by very hard work can it be somewhat reduced. However, this very attempt will lead to an increase in the overall confusion.

Padder's laws

Anything that starts well ends badly. Anything that starts badly ends worse.

Stockmeier's theorem

If the job seems easy to do, it will certainly be difficult. If it looks difficult, then it is absolutely impossible to fulfill it.

The law of creating the dynamics of Zimergi systems

If you've already opened the can of worms, the only way to seal them again is to use a larger can.

Emerson's Law of Infinite Fall

Beneath any abyss, another, even deeper, is revealed.

Mark Twain's law of high point

Once in a lifetime, fortune knocks on the door of every person, but in many cases a person sits in a nearby tavern at this time and does not hear her knocking.

Wynn's Law

Adverse events tend to increase.

Sturgeon law

Everything in the world is 90% worthless.


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