i apologize if i have misinterpreted, but this comes off as some serious intellectual snobbery.
words are (to me) nothing more than tools for communication. what words make the most sense in any given context depends on... the context. who is one trying to communicate with, in what situation? i love making up my own words.
i personally don't buy into the idea that "scientists" hold a monopoly on "truth". nor that writers, linguists or intellectuals hold a monopoly on the "correct" use of language.
and fwiw, dawkins should die a slow death being tortured by the muslims he has so much unabashed bigotry towards. may he choke on his own memes.
The oxford english dictionary seems to contradict your research. I suggest more research and research into the history of dictionaries. You seem to ironically take issue with words evolving over time, like "meme" coming from the word "mime" meaning to imitate and "mime" initially meant a moron that see monkey, do monkey. Sometimes you gotta make up a new word to make it clear what you're going on about regardless of which asstunnel came up with it. Making up new words can be fun, like anarchobabble® meaning an anarchist that speaks or write in jargon.I'm not sure how to promote the good news of anarchy regardless of 1 in 5 believing in geocentricism and reject evolution. More so, I'm baffled on what either has to do with spreading the good news of anarchy or why it matters to you that people aren't as edumacated as you on certain things? Strange What's the question?