When an individual attaches their name to a sentence or brief statement, the statement is often worth consideration.
Tags: Eponymous, laws, philosophy
Unseen's Law: "Two cars approaching each other on a narrow road will always pass each other at a parked car."
It seems to take an infinite number of words to define a finite number of 'ideas'.
The simplest ideas can be tatologies.
If you desire simplicity to be maintained, try being quiet.
If you desire for complexity to increase, use hand signs...
Since I put this video together, I've recalled several of these laws in many conversations.
I like Hofstatler's Law, that 'Everything takes longer than you think, even after taking Hofstatler's law into account.'
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