No, my professors never talked in gibberish. The work they did was observable, verifiable and falsifiable. What you explained to us on here was - as usual - the ramblings of an old man who woukd not pass eighth grade physics.
If I couldn't pass eighth grade physics it would be because I wasn't trained to think in the strict following of formulas and verbiage that were implanted in your head.
While I heard everything the teacher said, and understood it, I was notorious for gazing out the window looking at the world at the same time. Schools had open windows back then.
Does that compute?