A List Of Fallacious Arguments: "Argument By Gibberish (Bafflement):
Gibberish may come from people who can't find meaning in technical jargon, so they think they should copy style instead of meaning. It can also be a 'snow job', AKA 'baffle them with BS', by someone actually familiar with the jargon. Or it could be Argument By Poetic Language.
An example of poetic gibberish: 'Each autonomous individual emerges holographically within egoless ontological consciousness as a non-dimensional geometric point within the transcendental thought-wave matrix.'"
Another famous example is Şamil's use of exponential functions to prove anything ;)
This is very much like Euphemism, except that the word changes are done to claim a new, different concept rather than soften the old concept. For example, an American President may not legally conduct a war without a declaration of Congress. So, various Presidents have conducted "police actions", "armed incursions", "protective reaction strikes," "pacification," "safeguarding American interests," and a wide variety of "operations". Similarly, War Departments have become Departments of Defense, and untested medicines have become alternative medicines. The book "1984" has some particularly good examples."