Thread: Silliness Murphy's Complete Law
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Old 05-09-2012, 06:35 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Solitaire1 View Post
In the Last-Post-Is-The-Winner Thread, I posted the following as Murphy's Unabridged Law:

What ever can go wrong will go wrong at the worst possible time, causing the most possible damage and injuries with the minimum possibility of actually accomplishing the intended task while actually accomplishing the maximum number of unintended disasterous actions, including many occurring long after the initial use of the device.

This brought forth a question: Is the above truly the complete Murphy's Law? If it is not, what should be added to the above law or modified to make it even more complete?
Murphy's Law can never be complete, as it is subject to Murphy's Law...(See, Godel's proof)
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