Murphy’s Law

I am sure that the phrase "Murphy's Laws" heard by many. However, recently I was surprised to learn that few know what it means. This must be corrected! In 1949, the U.S. Air Force Capt. Edward A.

Murphy, who was research engineer, has developed a certain device. Naturally, it was sent to the test, as it should be any development. The result of the first test was a complete failure – the latest device is not something that is not working, as it was intended, it did not work at all. Captain Murphy, as a developer, was involved in the investigation of this unfortunate incident. He checked all the experimental data and found that the technology served the experiment, connected device is not, as stated in the instructions. So Edward Murphy formulated his conclusion: "If there are two ways to do something, and one of them leads to a catastrophe, then someone must elect this particular way ". Captain Murphy's Co-workers jokingly called this conclusion "Murphy's Law." At a press conference a high rank of the Ministry of Defense, who conducted it, said that all the advances in safety are the result of overcoming the "Murphy's Law." The phrase came into the press and in the future "law" has become widely used in life. In Russian counterparts, "Murphy's Law" are familiar to all, "Murphy's Law," "law sandwich," etc. In 1977, in Los Angeles, published a small booklet titled "Murphy's Laws." Its author, writer Arthur Bloch, parodying the language of conclusions of technical experts gave them literary perfection, classified and grouped them into sections. Despite the apparent