Kieron has a rule that labeling as much as possible in a paper is a good thing. But I think I've found the example that proves the rule.
Apparently someone posted an ArXiV paper on the emergence of consciousness (two words I find to be too much). It alleges that 'perceptronium'....something, something, blah blah, what is perceptronium?
Ok, fine so I didn't read this and maybe indeed someone will make use of it, but perhaps also the ideas in this paper have abnormally high levels of Beyond Controllium.
That is, "Professor, the fluid we put too much perceptronium has come to life and is destroying the city! It's levels of Beyond Controllium are too high!"