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                               ---  The true Universal Language

During a "2009 Linguistics Conference", a set of new linguistic laws was discussed.

Law 1: Encoding with a closed set of root words, any arbitrary vocabulary type language will be organized into a logically linked linear chain.

Law 2: When every natural language is encoded with a universal set of root words, a true Universal Language emerges.

The details are available at

Looking forward to your comments on this.

Yours truly, Tienzen Gong

After the inception of the PreBabel site on July 14, 2009, it has caught many people's interest. The criteria of constructing a universal language and its framework are available at,

An in-depth discussion on the PreBabel took place at "conlanger bulletin board." Many great questions and critiques were discussed there. The following is a brief summary of those discussions.

   1. Day one --- Summary of questions and critiques

   2. Day two --- Is a universal language possible?

   3. Day three --- What are the criteria for a universal language?

   4. Day four --- The history of finding the universal language root word set

   5. Day five --- The choices of roots for the universal language

   6. Day six --- Theoretical framework of a universal language

   7. Day seven --- Test procedure for validating a universal language

   8. Day eight -- The fuzzy logic and the PreBabel root word set

   9. Day nine --- Are all natural languages isomorphic among one another?

  10. Day ten --- PreBabel root word set is invented, not discovered,_not_discovered&redirect=no

  11. Day eleven --- Private Language Thesis (PLT) and the types of language

  12. Day twelve --- Can any language be without verbs?

  13. Day thirteen --- The regression encoding procedure (REP) for PreBabel

  14. Day fourteen --- The attractor theorem and a universal language

  15. Day fifteen --- The innate meaning of a word token (of PreBabel) vs its semantic meaning

  16. Day sixteen --- Is English a universal language?

  17. Day seventeen --- A premise must be testable

  18. Day eighteen --- The method of handling any chaotic system, such as the system of natural languages,_such_as_among_natural_languages&redirect=no

  19. Day nineteen --- Via PreBabel to learn any second language is to learn two instead of one, then, why do it?,_then_why_do_it%3F&redirect=no

  20. Day twenty --- A true Emperor cannot be discredited by any disbelieving person

  21. Day twenty-one --- Is Esperanto a universal language?

  22. Day twenty-two --- The strategy of constructing a universal language

23. Day twenty-three -- Sould PreBabel words be intuitive? And, the PreBabel a, b and c,_b_and_c

24. Day twenty-four -- Can PreBabel (language x) be learned easier than the language x itself?

25. Day twenty-five -- About "words and concepts of one language are grouped differently in another language"

26. Day twenty-six -- The PreBabel process is as easy as 1, 2 and 3,_2_and_3

27. Day twenty-seven -- How and when can PreBabel (Proper) emerge?

28. Day twenty-eight -- more about intuitiveness

29. Day twenty-nine -- about memory anchors on learning a language

30. Day thirty -- about tests for PreBabel

31. Day thirty-one -- about PreBabel (Chinese)

32. Day thirty-two -- the debut of PreBabel (Chinese) at AP Annual Conference 2007 (CollegeBoard)

33. Day thirty-three -- traditional Chinese etymology vs PreBabel (Chinese)

34. Day thirty-four -- the first constructed language, the Lii character set.,_the_Lii_character_set

35. Day thirty-five -- phonological reconstruction vs PreBabel (Chinese)

36. Day thirty-six -- more about the construction of the Lii character set

37. Day thirty-seven -- Published works on PreBabel (Chinese)

38. Day thirty-eight -- more of traditional Chinese etymology vs PreBabel (Chinese)

39. Day thirty-nine -- PreBabel methodology I -- equivalent transformation

40. Day forty -- Types of conlang and more on traditional Chinese etymology vs PreBabel (Chinese)

41. Day forty-one -- PreBabel epistemology: the Occam's razor

42. Day forty-two -- axiomatic domain, theory and system,_theory_and_system

43. Day forty-three -- about Sapir-Whorf hypothesis

44. Day forty-four -- About the differences among languages

45. Day forty-five -- Reasons being in the dark

46. Day forty-six -- about large and complex system

47. Day forty-seven -- A constructed linguistic universe (I)

48. Day forty-eight -- about China's language policy

49. Day forty-nine -- Construced linguistic universe (II)

50. Day fifty -- Constructed linguistic universe (III)

51. Day fifty-one -- Constructed linguistic universe (IV)

52. Day fifty-two -- Constructed linguistic universe (V)

53. Day fifty-three -- Constructed linguistic universe (VI)

54. Day fifty-four -- Constructed linguistic universe (VII)

55. Day fifty-five -- Summary of constructed linguistic universe

56. Day fifty-six -- Discovering the PreBabel principle

57. Day fifty-seven -- Benefits of PreBabel

58. Day fifty-eight -- the PreBabel procedures

59. Day fifty-nine -- about Chinese Etymology

60. Day sixty -- Can the parts be larger than the whole? [1]

61. Day sixty-one -- Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis revisited

62. Day sixty-two -- The two step PreBabel procedures

63. Day sixty-three -- Can linguistics be justified with math laws?

64. Day sixty-four -- About heavily inflecting or agglutinating languages

65. Day sixty-five -- Can any theory be based on only two highly atypical examples?

66. Day sixty-six -- Can PreBabel encompass the Martian language?

New linguistic laws

A new linguistic paradigm

Note 1: arbitrary vocabulary means that words are patterns of temporally ordered sound types, and meaning of a word does not attach to particular activities, sound, marks on paper, or anything else with a definite spatiotemporal locus.

Note 2: logically linked linear chain acts as a chain or a system of logically linked mnemonic.

Note 3: a closed set means that the parts (radicals) of all vocabulary of a language will not contain any symbol beyond (or outside of) the given root word set.


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