How does luck motivate your logic? Here I define luck as superficially irrational reasoning approximate to rational thought. Although one's immediate answers may be less accurate when influenced by luck, luck allows one to explore otherwise unconsidered yet pertinent possibilities. Logic, when followed to its end, may miss the human quality of emotional exploration. Such uncertainty, alongside logic, can extrapolate to formerly unknown science. Under stress, luck often manifests as logic. Contrawise, what first appears as luck usually reveals a basis in logic. Luck is a human adaptation where myriad factors can be considered immediately in a speculative heuristic, but overseen with superstition.