The Easiest Common Language in the Cosmos and a Manifesto of the Human Common Language
The author of this essay has first probed into the human beings’ necessity for the common language, and has expounded on the easiest common language existing everywhere in the cosmos and running through all “dead” & living things, and then has listed its very-widely-used and never-exhausted applications. Based on his many years’ researches and experiments, the author has pointed out that the universal language exists in the human brain and the human languages, expecting to solve the long-suspending and unsettled technical problems in the language researching and teaching. The essay has sketched a prospect of the human common language, and one practical and scientific route – adopting the universal language and the human brains’ laws and the excellences of the-most-widely-used language can bring about the formation of the human common language, and finally called on every nation and every earthman to do a bit for the formation.
Key words: Cosmic common language; Brain and sound language; Laws; Human common language
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