Bureaucrat's Handbook
Developing Antidotes for Bureaucracy

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Defying Gravity
Delusions of Control

In 1897 the Indiana legislature nearly passed a bill that would change the value of the mathematical number pi, the the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.

It is futile to legislate against the laws of physics; nature remains undisturbed. The laws of nature are not constrained by administrate actions, regardless of how powerful the administrators believe themselves to be.

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