Alternately, 'The Dimensional Laws of Physics'.
In a broad conception:
1. Things do what things do, potentially and actually (Design, Nature, Construction, etc.)
2. Cheating is expensive (Exceptions, Karmic Law, Technology, etc.)
3. Expense is relative and may evolve (Available tools, Repetition, Standards of success, etc.)
4. Form tends to seek variation in dimensions (Mathematics, Cause and effect, Creativity, etc.)
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