Meta Laws

The meta-law of the “rejected”.

All laws, good and bad, must be carried out with the utmost precision.

Cooper’s Metazon.

New laws create new loopholes.

Lilly’s Metazakon.

All laws are an imitation of reality.

Postig of Persig.

The number of reasonable hypotheses that explain any given phenomenon is infinite.

The principle of the final result.

By definition: when you explore the unknown, you do not know what you find.

The law of innovation.

If you want the team to win the high jump, find one person who can jump seven feet, rather than seven people, jumping each one foot.

The paradoxes of Trishman.

The handset gives the smart person time to think, and the fool to hold something in his mouth.

Churchill’s comment about a man.

A person stumbles from time to time about the truth, but more often than not he jumps up and cheerfully continues to walk.

Haldane’s Law.

The universe is not only more unusual than we imagine, it is more unusual than we can imagine.

Observation of a hare.

The auditor always comes on time.

Observation of Masufail.

The stairs are steeper with the years, the prices are higher.

Schiller’s Law.

Truth does not suffer at all from if someone does not recognize it.

Mark Twain’s hypothesis.

Apparently, there is nothing in the world that could not happen.

Fowler’s note.

The only imperfect creation of nature is man.

Evaluation of the Ladbiter.

Ordinary, average person is completely unaware of the dimensions of his ignorance.

Longfellow’s replacement law.

When nature leaves a hole in someone’s mind, it usually covers it with a thick layer of self-satisfaction.

Axiom of Aquinas.

What comes off the hands of the gods, it is not forgiven cows.

The Kipling Axiom.

Everyone is mad at something.

Г Huxley’s paradox.

The great tragedy of science is the destruction of the beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact.

Axiom O’Malley.

The hole is just nothing, but you can also break the neck in it.

Johnson’s axiom.

Nothing can do anything.

The axiom of Ionesco.

There are things that even headless come to mind.

Axiom Racine.

Not everything that can be done with impunity, should be done.

Axiom of Ford.

There is no thing that can not be improved.

Cole Axiom.

The total sum of the mind on the planet is a constant value, and the population grows …

Axiom of Ducharma.

If you look at the problem carefully enough, you will see yourself as part of this problem.

Placebo Tuwima.

If you hold an elephant by your hind leg, and it breaks out, it’s best to let it go.

Robert Frost’s optimum.

The best way out is always through.

The laws of Enon.

1. There are rules for choosing a solution, but there are no rules for selecting these rules.

2. The only practical problem is “what to do next?”.

3. Do not ask people questions that they do not have a specific opinion or that they do not answer truthfully.

Law of Peter Jr. and Hull.

The tool is more important than the goal; paper is more important than what they were originally created for.

Emerson law.

There are many things in the world about which an intelligent person might wish to remain ignorant.

The Prutkov Law.

Many things are not understandable to us, not because our concepts are weak, but because these things are not part of our concept.

Evaluation of Karl Marx.

Ignorance is a demonic power, and we are afraid that it will cause many more tragedies.

Law of Martin Jr..

Solving the problem alters the problem itself.

The law of competitive struggle for Tsvetov.

Stepping on his heels, grab at the throat.

The Law of the Division of Labor by Akio Morita.

Lawyers are engaged in the cake section, engineers are increasing it.

Law of Didiovanni.

The number of laws tends to fill all available space for publication.

Saying Jaffa.

There are things that we can not know, but it is impossible to know what these things are.

Muir’s Law.

When we try to pull out one thing, it turns out that it is related to everything else.

The Law of Mace.

Better a horrible end than horror without end.

Little known seventh law of Newton.

The bird in hand is safer than the crane above its head.

The last law.

If several troubles could occur simultaneously, but this did not happen, it is ultimately better if they did happen.

Rogers observation of laws.

The higher the authority, the less appreciated the law of Murphy, the principle of Peter, etc.

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