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Maybe as we learn more about the universe we will need new words to describe new relationships and phenomena. But for now, we don't need to quibble about which word we will use to describe "everything"I think, we need new words and terms for many notions and concepts, some of them waiting 100 years ('time', 'space', nothingness' and so forth).
Oxford and Webster dictionaries do the job, searching new words around the world, and if a word is new and used and understood in the same way and mostly in many countries (in English), they put it as a candidate to be added to the dictionary.
Scientific definitions look as waiting something new to happen (as we might expect always).
Until then questioning of the terms and definitions are travelling throughout minds and discussions.
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