Murphy’s laws on scientific research

The first law of work in the laboratory.

The hot bulb looks exactly the same as the cold one.

The rule for laboratory technicians.

When you do not know what exactly you are doing, do it carefully.

Rule of the Fingale.

Teamwork is very important. It allows you to blame others.

Creed Fingale.

Truth in science. Do not let the facts lead you astray.

Brief determinant of modern sciences.

1. If green or twitching is biology.

2. If it smells bad – chemistry.

3. If not working – physics.

The Law of Muenca.

Nothing contributes to the successful implementation of innovations, such as the lack of inspections.

May stratigraphy law.

The quality of the correlation dependence is inversely proportional to the density of points.

Law of Lerman technology.

Any technical problem can be overcome by having enough time and money.

Consequences of Lerman.

1. You will always miss either time or money.

2. Financing organizations will reject your proposal if its results are not known in advance.

Postulate of the thumb.

A simple and acceptable lie is more useful than a complex and incomprehensible truth.

Jones Law.

A scientist who has made a significant contribution to any field of research and continues to work in it for a long time becomes a stumbling block of progress, directly proportional to the significance of his initial contribution.

Mann’s Law.

If a scientist has discovered a fact suitable for printing, the latter becomes a central element of his theory.


This theory, in turn, becomes central to the entire scientific direction.

Definition of the interaction of Bitov definitions.

A lemma is a truth to be proved, which has significance only for another, more significant truth – the theorem.

Rule ruler.

There are no straight lines.

Law of mistakes.

In any sequence of calculations, errors will be detected at the end that is opposed to the beginning of the check.

Axiom Roberts.

There are only errors.

Consequence of Berman.

What for one error, for another is the original data.

Remarks of Einstein.

Because mathematical theories are relevant to the real world, they are unreliable, but if they are reliable, they are not relevant to the real world.

The law of mathematics Finman.

Formulas written by some mathematicians, others will not read.

The first law of small-particle physics.

The shorter the life of a particle, the more expensive it is to receive it.

The second law of small-particle physics.

The building particles of matter in nature do not appear by themselves.

Weyler’s law.

History is a science that does not repeat twice.

Darrow’s note about history.

In history, everything repeats itself. That’s why she’s bad.

Laws to Paul on research in the field of economics.

1. Refute the last established truth on the list.

2. Add your own.

3. Give the list to the next one.

Laws of Ellard.

1. Anyone who wants to study will learn.

2. Those who do not want to learn will manage enterprises.

3. Anyone who is unable to study or manage will, until the loss of consciousness, engage in establishing the order of appointment of scholarships and the work of enterprises.

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