ThinkingThose who know that they are profound strive for clarity. Those who would like to seem profound to laymen strive for obscurity under the theory that laymen believe what they don’t understand must be profound. This is the key reason that lawyers for cell phone companies are so successful in Daubert hearings where judges usually exclude the possibility that evidence showing the environmental EMFs cause disease is excluded from consideration. The judges are floored by the complex eloquence of the hired experts from Harvard and Yale, and the poor lawyers who represent the plaintiff just don’t know what to do.