Ambiguity of Simplicity

In my experience, I have found that the most effective way to express something new in a way people can understand is to use the simplest language possible. The hospital tower at the Rush University Medical Center is a good example. After assessing the area and before any work is begun, a report illustrating the urgency and necessity of the revitalization should be created and presented to a cross section of individuals throughout the geographical region. Whether applied in a private or a public facility, admissions policies also belied the singularity of purpose implied by the term “orphanage” or “orphan asylum.” Museums of nature and science will remain enormously popular with Americans, who rightly consider them site for imagining and reimagining public science.