Gary.Lau at hp.com
Sat Jan 17 08:37:08 MST 2009
Technically, I believe these would be considered to be corollaries of Murphy's Law.
Regards, Gary Lau
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> Subject: Re: [TCML]new law
> Is this a new law?
> The likelyhood of damage to a component is inversely proportional to the number
> you have available, and directly proportional to its cost.
> I only raise this 'cos once again I've just destroyed a chip that cost more than the
> rest of the circuit put together. How come I never blow a cheap resistor?
> Another law might be that: The likelyhood of destroying an electronic component is
> proportional to the number of joints you need to unsolder.
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