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LAW OF LIFE AND NATURE
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Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 1C: Small changes can have a big impact (or: what a difference an a makes).
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 1D: If noted figures don't say what needs to be said, we'll say it for them.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 1E: Journalists are a less than dependable source of accurate quotes.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 1F: Famous dead people make excellent commentators on current events.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 2A: Well-known messengers get credit for clever comments they report from less celebrated mouths.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 2B: Particularly quotable figures receive more than their share of quotable quotes.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 2C: Comments made about someone might as well have been said by that person.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 2D: Who you think said something may depend on where you live.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 2E: Vintage quotes are considered to be in the public domain.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Keyes Rule of Misquotation Corollary 2F: In a pinch, any orphan quote can be called a Chinese proverb.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Kharasch's Institutional Imperative, Corollary: The expert judgment of an institution, when the matter involved concerns continuation of the institution's operations, is totally predictable, and hence the finding is totally worthless.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Kharasch's Institutional Imperative: Every action or decision of an institution must be intended to keep the institution machinery working.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Kirkland's Law: The usefulness of any meeting is in inverse proportion to the attendance.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Kitman's Law: On the TV screen, pure drivel tends to drive off ordinary drivel.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Eighth Prototyping and Production Law: After the last of 16 mounting screws has been removed from an access cover, it will be discovered that the wrong access cover has been removed.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Fifth Prototyping and Production Law: A transistor protected by a fast-acting fuse will protect the fuse by blowing first.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's First General Engineering Law: A patent application will be preceded by one week by a similar application made by an independent worker.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's First Prototyping and Production Law: Tolerances will accumulate unidirectionally toward maximum difficulty to assemble.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Fourth General Engineering Law: Any wire cut to length will be too short.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Fourth Prototyping and Production Law: A failsafe circuit will destroy others.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Lament: All warranty and guarantee clauses are voided by payment of the invoice.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Law of Specifications: In specifications, Murphy's Law supersedes Ohm's.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Law: Tolerances will accumulate unidirectionally toward maximum difficulty of assembly.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Ninth Prototyping and Production Law: After an access cover has been secured by 16 hold-down screws, it will be discovered that the gasket has been omitted.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]

Klipstein's Observation: Any product cut to length will be too short.
      - [Laws of Life and Nature]


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