Do I have a point to say that, in the area of science, people have difficulties understanding it mostly due to the way words are used to describe whatever it may be? One may understand the words themselves but, the way they are used, it becomes difficult to form a corresponding mental image. This could perhaps be caused due to scientists not studying language and, when used in a certain way, this causes major obstacles. It is difficult for me to assume that the vast majority of folks can't repair the electronic devices which are all around us only because they are just not born bright. It seems this is due simply to the way it is presented and taught.
Phase-space, quadrature, axioms, manifolds and metrics and on and on to no end.
Aside from those terms, the definition of words is given its own trajectory and doesn't follow how it is used by society at large or by the dictionary. Discrete values, digital transmission of information. Discrete is not so discrete and digital is not a single point but a range of values which for a beginner and long after is not made clear. Mostly it becomes clear when he finally enters the real world and most everything he shoved in and regurgitated is bye-o bye-o anyway, forgotten.
The main reason I have been told is you have to put up with it as those things become clear later as you progress and can see the actuality of it. In the meantime you struggle and simply memorize if you can. You learn them to get papers, to get a job. Survival.
For instance you don't really charge a battery. Batteries are full of charges and so is everything else. Electrons don't really flow through wires like water through a pipe, etc.
These type of things will never happen in literature and humanity courses or any other fields.
Do I have a point that science which is supposed to be accurate and clear with each word or term used is not true at all?