To reinvent new worlds we have to reinvent words and fill them with meaning.
►noun [mass noun] the action or process of so called innovating — invading all areas of business and society.
►noun [mass noun] 1 de-facts, de-information, and off-skills consciously dismissed or vanished by unlearning or reverse-experiencing
►noun (pl. uncertainties) [noun] the state of being uncertain: times of uncertainty and danger.
►adjective 1 thinking about or planning the future with imagination or wisdom but embodying it in the present: a envisionary interfake- tionist.
► noun 1 [mass noun] physical harm that impairs the value, usefulness, or normal function of a alternative reality through being too literal or obvious in their most basic sense.
►noun [mass noun] 1a number of people or things which follow up on a policy of action using vigorous campaigning to bring about political or social change. She had implemented a second intervention. She is an successionist.
►noun (pl. lieabilities) 1[mass noun] to be responsible about the act of lying and aware about the context: The situation requests a certain lieability.
►noun a legally recognized subject or national of a astute or commonwealth, either native or naturalized taking a critical and active role in society: a British critizen.
► adjective 1 almost undetectable as fake. Creating a new alternative form of reality: The transformation to an alter real object was successful.
► adjective 1 allowing the borders of reality and fake to disappear. Transcendence to a new form of reality: The transreal situation became a transforming experience
► adjective 1 actually existing as a thing or occurring in fact but being a fake; imagined and supposed but inserted in believable setting: Julius Caesar was a real person with an inter real background | her many illnesses, real, interreal, transreal and imaginary.
► noun 1the tough central part con- necting various elements, containing the center: a correlation of the experiencement and the envisionary.
►noun[mass noun] 1 the action of build- ing something together, typically a large platform or struc- ture: there was the fakery under co-struction.
►noun a person favouring a fake as intervention, to have an impact on society or a government in its domestic economy, by one state in the affairs of another or public realm.
contentplation: noun (also contentpts) the things that are held or included thoughtfully in something, the initial contract with the reader at the beginning of the book or each chapter: The book contentplated a lot of interesting facts.
►noun an opening and transition, such as door, passage, or gate, that allows access to an alternative reality.
►noun a scientific procedure undertaken to make a discovery, test a hypothesis, or demonstrate a plausible fact, destabilise the known, based on experiences: a laboratory as the fakery carrying out ex- periencements in the public realm