Murphy's law application for antigravitatory cats

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"Eddie Murphy did a movie about space cats?"

~ Oscar Wilde on antigravitatory cats

Axioms

  • Murphy's Law:
 If something can go wrong, it will
 
 so,
 
 If you throw a slice of toast with butter into the air, it will always fall with the buttered side down
  • Cats conservation law:
 A cat will always land on its feet.



Oscar Wilde's Cat-Toast Device

The Cat-Toast Device is the never-ending source of energy that powers the Uncyclopedia (Also known as "The Buttered Cat Turbine").

The device is composed of two pure substances:

  • Cats - small mammals that always land on their feet.
  • Buttered Toast - tasty breakfast food that always lands butter-side down.

Oscar Wilde, always one to recognize the violation of laws of quantum mechanics, found a way to harness the limitless potential energy of the hovering cat-toast creation to power his Uncyclopedia. This discovery undermined any credit that Schroedinger's Cat Experiment had originally, which wasn't much to say the most.

All rumors about the Uncyclopedia being powered by a Stormtroopers vs. Red Shirts Device or a Wind farm are totally baseless. This, of course, makes them absolutely true.

The Cat-Toast Device will one day be used in the construction of the Shimizu Megacity Pyramid. It may also be used to create artificial gravity for space stations.


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