Words are the bits and bytes in which we humans exchange information. Language is the operating system of our thinking. What cannot be expressed in words cannot be shared and will sooner or later be forgotten.
What cannot be said in sentences makes no sense and, if it does not at least rhyme, will also be forgotten.
Only the things that happen to fit into words and language get preserved.
Only the things that happen to fit into word and language are all that surrounds us.
Excerpt from “Codonaut – Where do we program ourselves?”, a Korsakow film about artificial intelligence. Go to codonaut.de to see the film.