Extended Epstein-Heisenberg Principle: - In a program atmosphere, only two of the three existing measurements can be measured simultaneously. The measurements are program, time, and resource ($). - If one knows what the task is, and there is a time limit allowed for the completion of the task, then one cannot guess how much it will cost - If the time and resource ($) are clearly defined, then it is impossible to know what part of the program will be performed. - If you are given a clearly defined program goal and a definite amount of money which has been calculated to be necessary for the completion of the task, one cannot predict if and when the goal will be reached. - If one is lucky enough and can accurately define all three measurements, then what one deals with is not in the realm of programming.