I can't tell if this is science or art (or maybe both, or maybe a joke). Brian Collier has devised the Collier Classification System for Very Small Objects. He's invented a scheme for creating "names" for very small objects encountered in the world. For example, a resistor is dubbed Nelifrag Buildielectro tanecylismothbuglik, because it is a fragment that was never alive, found in a building, used in electronics, tan, cylindrical, smooth, and generally bug-shaped. Like I said, is it science, art, or an elaborate joke?