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How do scientist who speak different languages make their data understandable to one another?

publishing articles, giving talks at conferences and exchanging e-mails. How do scientists who speak different languages make their data understandable to one another? they all use SI. Which distance can be most accurately measured with a ruler?

How do we all speak different languages?

So when speakers of a single language separate and travel to different places, the single language can become two or more languages over time. Take the example of Latin. When Latin speakers split up and spread themselves around Europe, their Latin turned into languages like French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.

How was the first language created?

Intuitively, one might speculate that hominids (human ancestors) started by grunting or hooting or crying out, and ‘gradually’ this ‘somehow’ developed into the sort of language we have today. (Such speculations were so rampant 150 years ago that in 1866 the French Academy banned papers on the origins of language!)

When did humans first start speaking?

150,000 years ago

What was the first word ever said?

The word is of Hebrew origin(it is found in the 30th chapter of Exodus). Also according to Wiki answers,the first word ever uttered was “Aa,” which meant “Hey!” This was said by an australopithecine in Ethiopia more than a million years ago.

What is the oldest name still in use?

A goddess and common name in Indian and Norse traditions. e-ko-to, Hektor, also appears in Mycenaean, as does i-wa-so, Jason. Severe sources suggest that Kushim is the oldest recorded name.

Is Schmuck a bad word?

Although schmuck is considered an obscene term in Yiddish, it has become a common American idiom for “jerk” or “idiot”. It can be taken as offensive, however, by some Jews, particularly those with strong Yiddish roots.

What does Farklempt mean?

adjective Unable to speak because of emotion; choked up.

Is Gesundheit German or Yiddish?

gesundheit (געזונטערהייט): (from German) interjection said after a sneeze, equivalent to “bless you”. Literally means “health”.

What does yenter mean?

Yenta or Yente (Yiddish: יענטע‎) is a Yiddish women’s given name. The name has entered Yinglish—i.e., become a Yiddish loanword in Jewish varieties of English—as a word referring to a woman who is a gossip or a busybody. The use of yenta as a word for ‘busybody’ originated in the age of Yiddish theater.