# Solution to Unnatural Law

### by Joel Corbo, Chris Luhrs, and David Poland

This puzzle consists of 16 little stories that take place after the Robot Overlords come to power on Earth. Each story is actually an allegory for a scientific or mathematical law/principle/theorem/etc. that is named after a person. Each story is also a cautionary tale about the need for one of the amendments to the US Constitution.

When ordered by amendment (the initial ordering is alphabetical by person), you can index into the person's name using the digits in HistoryBot-2225121561375435. The result is the answer: CENTRIPETAL FORCE

Initial ordering:

Asimov's laws of robotics (13th Amendment)
Boyle's law (8th Amendment)
Church-Turing thesis (22nd Amendment)
Dalton's law of partial pressure (18th Amendment)
Fermat's last theorem (12th Amendment)
Kirchoff's loop rule (6th Amendment)
Le Chatelier's principle (24th Amendment)
Metcalfe's law (17th Amendment)
Moore's law (27th Amendment)
Newton's third law (2nd Amendment)
Occam's razor (1st Amendment)
Pareto principle (4th Amendment)
Pauli exclusion principle (7th Amendment)
Rice's theorem (5th Amendment)
Snell's law (3rd Amendment)
Sylow's first theorem (14th Amendment)

Ordered by Amendment:

OCcam's razor (1st Amendment)
NEwton’s 3rd law (2nd Amendment)
SNell's law (3rd Amendment)
PareTo principle (4th Amendment)
Rice's theorem (5th ammendment)
KIrchoff's loop rule (6th Amendment)
Pauli exclusion principle (7th Amendment)
BoylE's law (8th Amendment)
FermaT's last theorem (12th Amendment)
Asimov's laws of robotics (13th Amendment)
SyLow's first theorem (14th Amendment)
MetcalFe's law (17th Amendment)
DaltOn's law of partial pressure (18th Amendment)
ChuRch-Turing thesis (22nd Amendment)
Le Chatelier's principle (24th Amendment)
MoorE's law (27th Amendment)