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Wave On

When the attendant asked the photon if it had any bags to check... It said.. Nah, I'm traveling light.

Time Traveler

A bartender says, we don't serve time travelers in here.

A time traveler walks into a bar

Household Physics

Ever notice that the laws of household physics are every bit as real as every other law in the universe? Here are a few examples:

  1. A child's eagerness to assist in any project varies in inverse proportion to the ability to actually do the work involved.
  2. Leftovers always expand to fill all available containers plus one.
  3. A newly washed window gathers dirt at double the speed of an unwashed window.
  4. The availability of a ballpoint pen is inversely proportional to how badly it is needed.
  5. The same clutter that will fill a one-car garage will fill a two-car garage.
  6. Three children plus two cookies equals a fight.
  7. The potential for disaster is in direct proportion to the number of TV remote controls divided by the number of viewers.
  8. The number of doors left open varies inversely with the outdoor temperature.
  9. The capacity of any hot water heater is equal to one and one-half sibling showers.
  10. What goes up must come down, except for bubble gum, kites and slightly used Rice Krispies.
  11. Place two children in a room full of toys and they will both want to play with the same toy.

Feline Physics Laws

Law of Cat Inertia: A cat at rest will tend to remain at rest, unless acted upon by some outside force - such as the opening of cat food, or a nearby scurrying mouse.

Law of Cat Motion: A cat will move in a straight line, unless there is a really good reason to change direction.

Law of Cat Magnetism: All blue blazers and black sweaters attract cat hair in direct proportion to the darkness of the fabric.

Law of Cat Thermodynamics: Heat flows from a warmer to a cooler body, except in the case of a cat, in which case all heat flows to the cat.

Law of Cat Stretching: A cat will stretch to a distance proportional to the length of the nap just taken.

Law of Cat Sleeping: All cats must sleep with people whenever possible, in a position as uncomfortable for the people involved, and as comfortable as possible for the cat.

Law of Cat Elongation: A cat can make her body long enough to reach just about any counter top that has anything remotely interesting on it.

Law of Cat Obstruction: A cat must lay on the floor in such a position to obstruct the maximum amount of human foot traffic.

Law of Cat Acceleration: A cat will accelerate at a constant rate, until he gets good and ready to stop.

Law of Dinner Table Attendance: Cats must attend all meals when anything good is served.

Law of Rug Configuration: No rug may remain in its naturally flat state for very long.

Law of Obedience Resistance: A cat's resistance varies in proportion to a human's desire for her to do something.

First Law of Energy Conservation: Cats know that energy can neither be created nor destroyed and will, therefore, use as little energy as possible.

Second Law of Energy Conservation: Cats also know that energy can only be stored by a lot of napping.

Law of Refrigerator Observation: If a cat watches a refrigerator long enough, someone will come along and take out something good to eat.

Law of Electric Blanket Attraction: Turn on an electric blanket and a cat will jump into bed at the speed of light.

Law of Random Comfort Seeking: A cat will always seek, and usually take over, the most comfortable spot in any given room.

Law of Bag/Box Occupancy: All bags and boxes in a given room must contain a cat within the earliest possible nanosecond.

Law of Cat Embarrassment: A cat's irritation rises in direct proportion to her embarrassment times the amount of human laughter.

Law of Milk Consumption: A cat will drink his weight in milk, squared, just to show you he can.

Law of Furniture Replacement: A cat's desire to scratch furniture is directly proportional to the cost of the furniture.

Law of Cat Landing: A cat will always land in the softest place possible; often the mid- section of an unsuspecting, reclining human.

Law of Fluid Displacement: A cat immersed in milk will displace her own volume, minus the amount of milk consumed.

Law of Cat Disinterest: A cat's interest level will vary in inverse proportion to the amount of effort a human expends in trying to interest him.

Law of Pill Rejection: Any pill given to a cat has the potential energy to reach escape velocity.

Law of Cat Composition: A cat is composed of Matter + Anti-Matter + It Doesn't Matter.

Laws from the W-Men

Vuilleumier's Laws For Building Electronic Prototypes:

First Law - Any pre-cut equipment is too short; this is specially true of optic fiber cables with expensive connectors at both ends.

Second Law - If n electronic components are required, n-1 are available.

Third Law (also known as "Selective Gravitational Field") - Any tool escaping manipulator's hands will not necessarily follow Earth's gravitational field, but will land in the most unreachable location in the prototype, smashing on its way the most expensive component of the prototype; this will know only one exception if the tool is particularly heavy, in which case it will land on the manipulator's foot.

Fourth Law - When proteup first, thankfully leaving the fuses intact.

Fifth Law - Prototype npn blackboxes actually hold pnp transistors, and vice-versa.

Sixth Law - A quartz oscillator oscillates at a frequency off the rated one by a minimum of 25%, if it does oscillate at all.

Seventh Law - When the prototype has been fully assembled according to lab instructions, a minimum of 11 components are left.

Cutler Webster's Law: There are two sides to every argument, unless a person is personally involved, in which case there is only one.

Weiler's Law: Nothing is impossible for the man who doesn't have to do the work.

Weinberg's Corollary: An expert is a person who avoids the small errors while sweeping on to the grand fallacy.

Wethern's Law: Assumption is the mother of all screw-ups.