Thursday, May 17, 2007

Quark's Law

Moore's law, Murphy's Law, this law, that law

Now comes quark's law: 'There exists one more law than the number of laws you can count'

7 comments:

desh said...

:)
its most probably much more than one more

TheQuark said...

that is the point my friend. You count n laws and you will get one more so you n+1. But you have counted n+1 so .........

desh said...

please change the post name to Quark's Law

reasonable robinson said...

Isn't Quark a type of German yoghurt?
Therefore the law fails as per Popper's falsification hypothesis (i.e. it is not a law its a yoghurt) and ceases to exist.

Naresh said...

This is one law I trust... :D

Ninru Kolladi said...

some cheesy comments here.
name a law as "law da".
please do mention here about the other law you mentioned about there will always be a number greater than what you are thinking ...

TheQuark said...

@ninru: That law my friend belongs to Mr. Peano and his fellow mathematics so deeply into formal mathematics that they should be put in formal-di-hyde

@robin's-son: Stop pushing popper around though shalt end with an empty stack ;)