} Well, I am not really supposed to tell you this, but there *are* many,
} many laws of thermodynamics that you lowly mortals have yet to
} discover, and I, the Oracle, am fully aware of. Here is a small sample
} of what you have yet to discover :
} Law #345 : It takes CheezeWhiz exactly 45.6 seconds to become heated to
} 89 degrees Centigrade regardless of the model microwave used. Energy
} is never conserved.
} Law #67 : When two stars collide, things get really hot.
} Law #666 : Your car's engine will only overheat if you are more than
} 100 miles away from a gas station or other servicing facility.
} Law #42 : Any question regarding thermodynamics posed in a textbook can
} be answered by taking the fifty-fifth root of the page number and then
} multiplying it by the number of atoms in the textbook, and then taking
} the imaginary root, and then adding one.
} Law #999 : There is NO Law #999!
} Law #876 : The amount of energy released when your house burns down is
} exactly equivalent to the amount of energy your brain consumes in the
} following hour of frenzy.
} So, as you can see, there are many,many laws you have yet to discover.
} Just make sure you never discover Law #12, since I have computed a
} 99.998 % probability that all of mankind will cease to exist if it is
} figured out. Skip over it and work on #13 instead. Your friendly
} neighborhood physicist, the Oracle.
} You owe the Oracle a perpetual motion machine that runs backwards.