What’s the point of “nonsense literature”?

  “Every 60 seconds elapses, a minute is lost.” “About tomorrow, we will know the day after tomorrow.” “If there is no accident, it should be an accident.”… The so-called “nonsense literature” popular on the Internet ”, which is essentially a slightly neater nonsense, which is jokingly called a feeling of “although I said it, but I didn’t seem to say anything”.
   Since the birth of the Chinese Internet, Internet buzzwords have emerged in an endless stream. Up to now, the popularity cycle of Internet buzzwords is updated almost in units of “days”. The popular cycle of nonsense literature is also short, but under the appearance of ridicule and ridicule, has it really hit the root of some problems? Perhaps, it is not that nonsense literature has become popular on the Internet, but that the content of “nonsense” in Internet language is indeed too high.
   When people search for some issues through search engines, there are many self-media content with empty words and inconsistent views in the top items, and there are also many “fake news” with incomprehensible language, illusory content, and full of nonsense. Does the feature of “talking means not talking” demonstrated and ridiculed by “nonsense literature” originate from these boring and vulgar online content?
   In social media and news comment areas, the common “scolding war”, both positive and negative will regard netizens with neutral opinions as “reasonable, neutral, objective abbreviations”, and believe that what the rationale is talking about The “dichotomous method” of looking at the problem is all nonsense, and it cannot solve the huge contradiction between the pros and cons on the “choose side”.
   However, if you take a closer look at the so-called “pros and cons”, they are talking to themselves, asking and answering questions, and there is hardly any effective communication or valuable information throughout the whole process. Isn’t it nonsense? There are also some emerging “popular science people” and “Q&A experts”, in order to show or disguise a convincing professional identity, they take the stance of writing a 10,000-character paper, use various professional terms and frameworks, and combine a few words into a few words. The small things that can be explained are expanded into large paragraphs of “deep and heavy” text. The reading is full of difficulties, which makes people look up at a high mountain, and after reading it, it is like a dream, and it is not helpful at all. It is obviously correct and useless nonsense, but because it is put into a box that pretends to be lofty, it is blindly admired and won the applause of traffic. Such nonsense, isn’t it nonsense?
   Chinese is originally a concise and refined language. Four-character idioms can tell a fable, and half a sentence of poetry can express opinions or philosophical thoughts, all of which rely on the traditional language environment with a long history and profound culture. Looking at the Chinese Internet, it seems that only English abbreviations or pinyin abbreviations are more concise, but whenever words are used, redundant information and invalid information are flooded.
   When we open up the Internet world, it is as if we have “tail wind ears”, and all kinds of noises are swarming. If individuals do not have the right to screen information, if platforms do not have standards for extracting the essence, and the entire online culture does not have a healthy and positive aesthetic taste, then we will eventually be overwhelmed by massive amounts of nonsense, and we will never have the opportunity to see incisive viewpoints, wonderful rhetoric, no Opportunity to feel the charm of literature and the value of language.