I will try to be as gracious as you asked and answer at least some of your questions:
1. Information density and overload nowadays is increasing at an amzaing if not scaring pace and volume which cannot be compared with the past. Since the emergence of IT networks worldwide there is more contact, sharing of ideas, pooling resources, and working together online. Boundaries don't play any role any more thanks to an international communication tool called English. As a result more knowledge is being generated in a relatively short period of time unprecedented in human history.
2, Information density needs something beyond English in order to communicate fast and densly. Such a tool might emerge because the increase of information volume will necessitate such a tool or create such a need. How can a natural languge cope with information growth say in a hundred years? How can we store and retrieve information? what about human memory? Perhaps the answer lies in simplification and abbreviation like SMS texting. There are certain nouns in English of Romance origin which are simply too long. But how will human brain and memory cope with such heavy bombardment of information? One day Academic papers need a more effective way of communication than nominalizing in English.
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