I've thoroughly enjoyed reading posts on this site. I have a query which is pretty much as the title suggests: Are we lacking and do we need a non classical language/meaning base vehicle to better understand the non classical 'world' (universe), theoretical mathematical implications etc? And if so, can we develop such a complex and non classical language based system? My original assumption, if this was needed (of course), is probably not. Broken down, our classical language base systems, in just about any language, is in the form of a subject and predicate; ie her eyes are green. There are of course more complex examples of this, that ends up being the primary vehicle for language transmission and meaning, for everyone in all disciplines. I feel that we may have classical limitations with respect to the structure of our language (syntax etc) as this may not be a reliable vehicle for generating understanding and adequate meaning when attempting to describe such non classical or complex systems, models, events etc. If you look at it in terms of one system up against another (classical language based systems that serves a good purpose, and advanced complex systems in ie mathematics, physics etc), you have a classical based system being used as a vehicle to describe, tackle etc non classical systems and the like. While you can get away with this to some degree or a high extent, there seems to be possibilities where you may not. I'm just curious to see if anyone has any feedback on this.