Corollary to Parkinson's Law, where ‘WORK EXPANDS SO AS TO FILL THE TIME AVAILABLE FOR ITS COMPLETION’ but how demand will always expand to meet supply.
Examples of Smolka's Law include but are not limited to: the amount of junk you possess depends on the amount of storage space you have, the number of cars on the road depends on how many roads there are and cheaper, new energy sources to overpopulation.
Por Author Stephan Smolka 25 de mayo de 2009

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