Translation of Article to Newspeak

Posted: December 13, 2014 in Part I
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By: Monica Castro

In 1984, Newspeak is the official lannewspealguage of Oceania. It was created to fulfillthe needs of INGSOC, or English Socialism, and to make other modes of thought impossible. It is expected that Newspeak is totally adopted by 2050, and by then all heretical thought should be impossible, because thought depends on words.

The vocabulary of Newspeak is constructed as to give exact and subtle expression to every meaning that a Party member could express, while excluding all other meanings and also the ossibility of arriving at them by other methods. This is done by the creation of new words, and elimination of old words that enclosed the meaning of an “unorthodox” action.

In order to better illustrate the use Newspeak, below this lines you can find an article, followed by its “translation” to Newspeak.

California’s Worst Drought Ever Is 1st Taste of Future

The drought now plaguing California is the worst to parch the central and southern parts of the state in the last 1,200 years, a new study finds.

The 2012 to 2014 drought’s lack of rain isn’t remarkable on its own, according to tree-ring records reported in the study. There have been three-year periods when less rain and snow fell. But the current drought comes at a time of extreme heat. Record-high temperatures exacerbated the drought, creating the driest soil conditions since the 9th century, according to the study, published Dec. 3 in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

“Precimpressive droughtipitation is not the whole story for California drought,” said lead study author Daniel Griffin, a tree-ring researcher at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. “When we factor in temperature, this drought really stands out as an extreme and unprecedented case for the past 1,200 years.” [The 5 Worst Droughts in US History]

The new study was driven by curiosity, the researchers said. With the long view of a paleoclimatologist, co-author Kevin Anchukaitis said he was skeptical that the recent drought could be worse than some of California’s driest years. For instance, in 1580, one of the thirstiest years in the tree-ring record, rivers flowed at just a quarter of their usual volume, and giant sequoias grew no new wood. “Anytime you think it’s bad, we say, ‘You should have seen this [year],'” said Anchukaitis, a scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts.

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Translated article:

California’s Doubleplusungood Dryness Everwise Is First Taste of Future

The dryness now hitting California is the doubleplusungooder to dry the central and southern parts of the country in the last 1,200 years, a present study finding.

The 2012 to 2014 dryness’ missing of rain is not doubleplusgood on it’s own, as shown from tree-ring records reported in the study. There have been three-year periods when unmore rain and snow fell. But the present dryness coming at a time of doubleplushigh warmth. Record-high temperatures doubleplusungooded the dryness, making the doubleplusdrier soil conditions since the 9th century, as shown by the study, published Dec. 3 in the newspaper Geophysical Rthisisdoubleplusungoodesearch Letters.

“Rain is not the whole story for California dryness.” worded directing study author Daniel Griffin, a tree-ring investigator at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. “When we point at temperature, this dryness stands out as a doubleplusplenty and unbefored case for the past 1,200 years.”[The 5 Doubleplusungood Drynesses in US History]

The present study was directed by questioning, the investigators said. With the stretchy view of a paleoclimatologist, co-author Kevin Anchukaitis worded he was doubtful that the new dryness could be doubleplusungooder than some of California’s doubleplusdriest years. For that, in 1580, one of the doubleplusthirstiest years in the tree-ring record, rivers moving at just a quarter of their usual volume, and doubleplusbig trees growing no wood. “Anytime we think it’s ungood, we word, “You should have seeing this year,”  worded  Anchukaitis, an investigator at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachussets.

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