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Hello, everyone!

So, Murphy's Law takes a big (really big) part in this show. So now, I'll try to explain how does it works in the show. Also, I will try to explain The Phineas and Ferb Effect.

Known Information

  1. Murphy's Law affects only males.
    1. This means that there is some kind of the gene.
  2. Murphy's Law has been in the generation for decades.
  3. Milo, Phineas, and Ferb all have probability ions, negative or positive (see the image below)
    1. So, Murphy's Law is just negative probability ion field.
    2. Positive and negative ions cannot occupy the same space (also see the image below).
  4. If the Murphy's Law is just an ion field, then its effects are limited to an area.
  5. In Sick Day, Brigette states that Murphy's Law weakens when someone who has it is sick.
    1. I couldn't define the meaning of this. Either the negative probability field gets smaller, or the probability of something bad happen is getting smaller.
    2. Your theories of this happening?
  6. It is unknown why did the Sheriff Murphy got the Murphy's Law.
  7. Murphy's Law is just an probability, which means that something good can happen too.
  8. So is the Phineas and Ferb Effect, which means that something bad can happen nearby Phineas and Ferb.
  9. Anyone has any ideas about why did Phineas and Ferb have the Phineas and Ferb Effect? Maybe there is a pattern here too... So, what are the odds of Linda and Lawrence meet, so two boys with the positive probability ions would meet too? What's up with that?

Gallery

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My Opinion

I think Murphy's Law could do almost anything, so you always have to be ready. There are still some unanswered questions though. I hope we will get answers to them soon!


Anyway, this is the information I found. Of course, you may have more. Share your thoughts about this in the comments.

P.S.: This is my first blog here, so maybe I did had some mistakes. Sorry for that!

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