3.5 Laws of the Universe — Violate them at Your own Risk

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A law of nature is final. It is absolute. It is always true. Writers and public speakers are told to not use “always” and “never” because using them implies there is a lie in the statement (it’s also a good test-taking strategy for eliminating wrong answers) or the statement is an exaggeration. Yet, laws of nature are different. They are not theories. They make no exceptions. They are…