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i would like to talk
Are you kidding?
Whoever wrote this article needs to seriously consider revising it in its entirety for it contains not 'Simple English' but rather complicated English that I'm certain most non-native speakers of Simple English for whom the language is intended may find tremendous difficulty in digesting.
i agree i dont think, people from other countries will find this simple english, although its simple enough to understand, but thats because im english! ---------=====Communication==== Communication is a process of interaction between people and animals that allows the interchange of ideas. In animals the process is still fairly primitive but in humans it has developed into an elaborate set of languages and writing and graphics methods of transmission such that the basic intent of the process is often overlooked. But it can be considered as a sixth way for humans to receive information about the world and the universe in which they live. We have 5 sensory organs which give us information. Call them E eyes, M mouth, E ears, N nose, and T tactile. And we and the animals use these sensory organs to determine our whereabouts and allow us to control our activities as part of the natural process of living and learning. But as societies and social activities advanced, the art of communication has advanced to help them better explain how things can be made better. In Science, communication spreads out information about real things and their causes, and involves arguments over alternative ideas. But the subject matter of science discussion can be divided into 2 categories, 1: Facts and 2: Opinions. And discussions become a method of comparison of other ideas with these two sets. Thus concerning the thought processes of people we can say that they involve Communications plus the sensory organs EMEN and T. And that that makes CEMENT. But does it make any sense to you? WFPMWFPM (talk) 15:38, 27 October 2008 (UTC) mouth
I have simplified the article a great deal, and done away with most of the text. Of course, now it does not match using technlogy easily, but better fits what Communication science thiks about communication. And yes, it happens all the time. (see Paul Watzlawick) --Eptalon (talk) 16:14, 27 October 2008 (UTC)
- About the stub tag. I do not think this article can be made much longer. Anything much larger would be covered by the language article. It is short but sweet covering everything (more or less) ~ R.T.G 16:29, 27 October 2008 (UTC)
- Also... should it link to the articles for ears and vocal chords? ~ R.T.G 16:31, 27 October 2008 (UTC)
- = I'm just trying to explain how our knowledge of things has expanded due to our tremendously improved ability to communicate ideas. And I needed a word to hang my memory hat on. I was also thinking about how a computer feeds input to a CPU, which then processes it and provides output. So maybe we can keep working on it and develope a computer with a personality and free will, and then we would really have something to talk about.WFPMWFPM (talk) 21:10, 2 November 2008 (UTC)