I'm confused by this thread. Are we talking about a made-up language, technical terms, poor spelling/grammar, or text-speak?
I guess the bottom line is that I will just ignore posts I don't understand. If I'm really interested, I would just say I don't understand, can you please clarify or simplify. Or ask if anyone can translate for me.
I'm also confused. I saw the OP make a reference to E-hell in one post. I have to say that I thought that the rule here was that if you didn't care for someone writing style, you just didn't read their posts. But I am at a loss as to what this QUANTUM thing has to do with anything. Why would someone write in that way except to a like minded person?
Yeah, I'm also confused. I thought it was about people with careless/poor punctuation and grammar skills, in a non-professional (fun) setting, on the Internet. But now it sounds like a different situation, something the OP can't simply walk away from because there's some kind of obligation there.
I'll try again with advice. If you have to communicate with someone, and presumably they want to communicate with you, both people have an obligation to try and reach a compromise. Even people who are speaking perfectly fine English have trouble communicating complex ideas to each other, so they try different ways of explaining, using examples, figurative language, etc.. Both people have to bend as far as they're able, or decide to just give up the communication attempt.
If someone has a religious/philosophical reason for using only a certain language, even though technically they know others, okay, fine, that's not necessarily rude. But, they--or anyone--shouldn't put all the work of communication on the other person. Both people should be trying to use the words they know in the other language. Both people should be looking into translators (people or programs). It shouldn't be one person sitting back, saying unintelligible things, and expecting the other person to do all the work of figuring out what they mean.
Is this more on target?