16 vital laws
• 16 life patterns of
Every day with us happen minor troubles. That technique slows down when you need something urgently to send all traffic lights caught you on the road, but what about the next turn, which always moves faster, you can not mention. Perhaps you think that this is some sort of malicious intent of the Universe? However, it is all the same, that you will redo the work that could be done well initially. Everything is much simpler: it turns out, in this world all have their own law, and for a long time.
And though at times it seems that many things happen on their own, it is not - well, or not quite true. Once scientists have voiced patterns everyday life, which later received the name in honor of the "open" their scientists. We have selected for you the most useful of them and compiled this list of the necessary laws and axioms, that will make your life easier. And although they cause a smile and can not be scientific facts, but who can doubt their truth?
Axiom Kahn and Orbena: "If nothing else helps, read, finally, the instructions!"
Observation Ettore: "The neighboring place is always moving faster."
Hleyda Act: "The solution of complex tasks are assigned to a lazy employee - he will find an easier way."
The eighth rule Fingeyla: "Teamwork is very important. It allows you to put the blame on the other. "
The law George Bernard Shaw: "Those who can - do.. Who can not - teach. "
Flagg Law, "came the need to knock on wood - discover that the world is made of aluminum and plastic."
Search Law, "it is necessary to start the search from the wrong place."
Meskimena Act, "there is never enough time to do the work as it should, but the fact that its remake, now located."
Law Van Roy: "Unbreakable toy is useful to break it more."
Rule the timing of the project: "The first 90% of the work takes 10% of the time, and the last 10% - the remaining 90% of the time."
Uotergeygeytsky principle: "Corruption in government has always been reported in the past tense."
The law Neysdra: "It can be foolproof, but only on uninventive".
The law Young: "All great discoveries are made by mistake."
Army axiom: "Any order that can be misunderstood, misunderstood."
Drew Law (Law Professional Practice): "He who pays the least of all, most of all complains".
Jones Act: "In the most interesting exhibits are no signs with the name."