What a Synonym is, how Languages Shape their Meaning, and how to make it a Game
Christopher Cinq-Mars Jarvis

Your article seems to exist merely to sell your silly game; all words are NOT homogenous. There are various mathematics that can be created that are logical, rigorously structured and highly creative — but have NOTHING to do with our universe. That is what your game is. You have arbitrarily assigned rules to create commonalities among words that, within your game are consistent, but they aren’t real-life commonalities for those words. You have lost track of the meaning of meaning; your game does not portray an accurate relationship among words in terms of communication. It is more in the nature of a game using all the letters of one word to create other words. It may be fun, but there is no relationship among the primary word and the words you create. Words have distinct meanings.

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