The Three Laws of Stupidity
By Casey Klein
In a discussion of stupidity the basic understanding revolves around the fact that there are three laws. These are simple laws dealing with stupidity and can be defined as follows:
Stupid can neither be created nor destroyed. This means that you can’t make Stupid out of nothing— the total amount of Stupid in the universe is a constant.
The second law refers to the state of stupid and is reflected in a measurement of the degree of disorder. In summary when we use a stupid source it is not destroyed but enters a more disordered state. This makes the stupid less available to us and in converting the stupid means some loss.
The third law is that everything does come to a stop. This is called absolute stupidity and is where the intelligence measurement is 0, (Zero).
Together, these laws help form the foundations of modern stupidity. These laws are absolute laws – everything in the observable universe is subject to them. Like time or gravity, nothing in the universe is exempt from these laws.