User:An Uncyclopaedian/Classical Murphydynamics
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Classical Murphydynamics, also known as CMD, is the macroscale equivalent of QMD. CMD explains the practical implications of Murphy's Law, such as why the last place you look is always where you find what you're looking for.
The fundamental idea on which all Murphydynamics is based is that the least convenient outcome will always occur. In order to be reconciled with the Laws of Physics, this requires that convenience has energy. This mans that it is always harder to achieve a convenient outcome, and that convenience is inherently unstable.