Okay, now for some nit-picking criticisms:
1. "Inidicia" is plural, not singular. The singular is "indicium". It is not the plural of, or a synonym of, "Index". One might say "Plausibility of magazine articles is an index of readers' inteligence."[sic] but not "..an indicia of readers' inteligence." [sic]
2. A "zero sum game" does not mean "a bad deal". It refers to games (such as chess) where the outcome is always a win for one player and a loss for the other, or where the "sum" of the players' outcomes is otherwise always of the same total value. (In contrast with games such as "Prisoner's Dilema", [sic] where there is a possiblility [sic] of the players cooperatively obtaining an aggregate score different from zero.)
3. To "beg the question", in the original sense, refered [sic] to a falacious [sic] logical argument that assumed its own conclusion.
"...'to beg the question' is sometimes used to mean 'to invite the question' (as in "This begs the question of whether...') or 'to dodge a question'. These usages are often criticized as being mistaken...."
35 USC 112, 6th paragraph – “An element in a claim for a combination may be expressed as a means or step for performing a specified function without the recital of structure, material, or acts in support thereof, and such claim shall be construed to cover the corresponding structure, material, or acts described in the specification and equivalents thereof.”