If this translation is accurate, then we're witnessing the evolving of children's minds.
Anomaly may become a plurality.
What will adults do when children form political parties?
How fast will the rules change?
Children will join adults at the table, their revolution is coming.
The internet saw to that.
There are no completely paved roads to or in Lajamanu; in the rainy season, December to May, it can be hard or impossible to travel.. An airplane, one of seven owned by Lajamanu Air, a community-managed airline, lands on the village’s dirt airstrip twice a week carrying mail from Katherine, and once a week a truck brings food and supplies sold in the village’s only store. A diesel generator and asolar energy plant supply electricity. The development of the language was a two-step process. It began with parents using baby talk with their children in a combination of the three languages. But then the children took that language as their native tongue by adding radical innovations to the syntax, especially the use of verb structures, that are not present in any of the source languages.
Schrodinger and Einstein found true horizontal change but couldn't identify or define it.
Minkowski, one of Einstein's teachers, adapted his student's math and built a coordinated geometry from it, revolutionizing physics.
Lorentz, Poincare and Minkowski each contributed to the idea of simultaneity.
"While recognizing the historical elements that would make the day for other theorists (the role of gold, hidden pyramids, the Holocaust, the Apollo 11 mission, etc..) "Mstrmnd" has mainly tried to show that Kubrick's SHINING is an attempt to explore a new form of language, non-linear, non-literal, along with 2001: A Space Odyssey, by stimulating moviegoers neuropsychologically."
Paul Kay's (U Cal Berkeley) phenomenal research into color names and brain lateralization. Using the Sapir-Whorff hypothesis (that meaning can shift between cultures and allow for differing modes of perception) as a starting point, Kay has discovered elements of both how the brain operates and how language operates on the world around us.
From U Chicago: Are there primitive languages: Language, Myth and Reality, a short and sweet study-guide.