I'm sure a few remember the wonderful article http://link.aip.org/journals/doc/PHTOAD-ft/vol_60/iss_1/8_1.html [Broken], but I feel like doing some non-constructive complaining that cannot be followed in practice. There are some words that are used in a scientific context as well as an every day context where they sometimes mean the exact opposite. I want to personally annihilate the terms "theory", "believe", "higher organisms", "random", "energy", "correlation", "natural", "missing link", "toxic", "chemical", "mercury", "quantum", "consciousness" from the every day vocabulary and a few others that I can't remember at the moment. They are deeply misleading when used in a non-scientific context but I know it will most likely not work in practice. Thanks.