Tallinian Linguistic Classification System
The Tallinian Linguistic Classification (TLC) System was conceived by Cesidio Tallini, and is a major breakthrough for the fields of linguistics and communication. The TLC system classifies all languages in existence into 14 types. Classification through the TLC System is a quantitative, not qualitative process! The TLC System gives the field of linguistics the same scientific rigour as the "hard sciences" of physics and chemistry. All language groups below are important in the field of linguistics, but only underlined language groups are important in the field of communication, or to communication specialists.
Like Dimitri Mendeleevâ€™s Periodic Table, the Tallinian Linguistic Classification (TLC) System contains certain gaps, which predict language types that are currently not in existence, but that are theoretically possible! It is quite possible that in a tribalised world, as opposed to the civilised world of today, Supertribal and Supernomadic languages will come into being. This however, barring some major revolution on a planetary scale, will take hundreds of years to come about. Tallinian, a variant of Italian, and Bucksfanian, a variant of English, could be the missing Supertribal and Supernomadic languages in the TLC system, but this is just speculation at this point. The TLC System is extraordinary, however, since it actually predicts the future coming into being of these language types!
SUPERTRIBAL LANGUAGES (THEORETICAL)
SUPERNOMADIC LANGUAGES (THEORETICAL)
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