... then the whole alphabet would be a mess, because obviously A is not B. A is A, and everyone knows that.
The same thing happens when we take one thing for another and assume others will just follow the logic. If you don't like the jargon, go for something more original and insightful.
Problem: if those around you still use jargon, no one will understand you. They may nod, they may agree, but it's not the same as completely understanding.
It's not enough that you're so insightful about something. If you don't properly pass it on, who cares?
No one. Because they don't get it. You may have stood out, and you may actually be right. But you're shouting in the desert.
Good ideas are as much about good execution as good communication.