Law of the Extruded Muddle
This law states that the impossible things that the human mind can conceive of
(say, an elephant the size of Texas) are a drop in the bucket compared with the
impossible things that the human mind can't conceive of (say, an object
that is both a sphere and a cube), and both together are but an infinitesimal
part of the impossible things that can actually happen.
The size of the first set is constantly growing, the size of the second set is
probably constantly growing, and the size of the third set is most likely
probably also growing, but only when you're not looking (thanks to
Pope Max Flax Beeblewax
for his Scholarly Discourse on the growth rates of the sets).