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1. As a software project approaches release, its mass increases.
2. The energy required to release a software project is inversely proportional to the time before a scheduled release.
3. It takes infinite energy to release a finished product on time; therefore, all software projects are both incomplete and late.
4. Time is relative to the observer of a software project. The last month of development appears to an outside observer to take a year.
5. If a software project becomes too large, it will collapse into a black hole. Time and money are absorbed but nothing ever comes out.

Courtesy: USCD Software Evolution Group

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