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21 May 2004

Murphy's Law - Infallible?

Posted by Oblivion in General | 3:30am

"If something can go wrong, it will" - Murphy's Law

It confounds me - why doesn't Murphy's law apply to itself? I don't pretend to know the answer, but I'll try to put down what I feel may have a vague relation with:

1.For anything, there is only one way to be right. Any way else is wrong. Naturally, the probability of things going wrong is much higher than that for going right.

2.According to the second law of thermodynamics and the law of conservation of energy, ordered systems tend to disorder and disordered systems tend to stay that way. So, perhaps it is nature's very design that things go wrong rather than right. Disorder or chaos is all-pervading. Order is a star in the sky - it can be reached only by a soul with an elevated consciousness.

Ergo, Murphy's Law is infallible.

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2 Comments | "Murphy's Law - Infallible?" »

  1. By luckychinna:

    24 Apr 2015, 11:48am [ Reply ]

    Brilliant! Esp about order being a star n only a soul with elevated consciousness being able to reach it... always been a fan of your thoughts n how u word them so musically!

  2. By Neurotron

    25 May 2004, 11:27am [ Reply ]

    what an absolutely brilliant fuckin' analogy ma man. Good reasoning. We need to have some debating sessions, as I suggested earlier. The wheels have been set in motion...

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