TD. Kumar


Entropy and the Murphy's Law


Entropy and the Murphy's Law

Submitted: Friday, December 28, 2012

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Entropy and the Murphy's Law


If things are likely to go bad
They surely will. How sad!
Murphy's Law is pessimistic but realistic
It applies not only to technology but it is holistic

Because it is linked to the law of entropy
Without leakage or external input, disorder is like a cosmic real canopy
Most honored law of physics; it is opposed by the law of evolution,
Increasing order and growth preventing devolution if not dissolution!

This calls for vigilance or maintenance in a factory or body and mind
Prevention, vaccination, nutrition and exercise, meditation or strategy of different kind
Forces of order and evolution are to be identified and accelerated
Or else increasing entropy will crunch the cosmos into a dusty and soupy kind

So easy to understand when you keep your house and mind orderly and clean
Prevent turning a team or institution as a fighting crowd
Reduce conflict, violence and sickness inside out
Make an individual or global village shine and glean.

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