Part 1: if a word offends someone then ban it--
War On Words: NYC Dept. Of Education Wants 50 Forbidden Words Banned From Standardized Tests
'Dinosaur,' 'Birthday,' 'Halloween,' 'Poverty,' 'Divorce' Among Those Suggested
March 26, 2012 7:04 PM
part 2: More entertainment in the mainstream - they want to rename the Higgs boson. Mainstream does like to play with words, has in past played the game - Pluto used to be a planet now its not any more.
March 21, 2012
The Particle Formerly Known as Higgs?
Valerie Jamieson, NewScientist
A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but does it matter what a subatomic particle is called?
Earlier this month, organisers of a physics meeting requested that the Higgs boson the still-hypothetical particle thought to endow other particles with mass instead be referred to as either the BEH or scalar boson. The name change might seem esoteric, but it hints at a complex past and trouble ahead over credit for the boson, if it is found.
part 3: Kaku plays with word "universe" and it no longer means what it used to mean; used to mean everything, now means part of everything. As interviewer points out - rewriting language, and people will think this is surely not physics--
Multiverse Theory by Dr Michio Kaku at:
part 4-- mainstream now experts with their new language--
In "1984" Orwell introduced us to the words doublethink and newspeak.
A word he DIDN'T use - but which combines the two - is doublespeak.
Doublespeak is saying one thing and meaning another, usually its opposite.