This is not your responsibility, I know. Sometimes professionals assume everyone else knows as much about their field as they do. Terminology, traditions, or best practices may be foreign to most outside the field.
For instance, it drives me crazy when a news organization reporting on something aviation reports “the airplanes stalled out” because I know they are trying to say the engine quit running. What everyone who knows anything about aviation thinks: “the aircraft’s lifting surfaces exceeded the critical angle of attack resulting in non-laminar flow and subsequent loss of lift.”
Myths about aviation prevail because it holds a mystery that non-participants feel they cannot breech. So I offer my writing services to explain, reveal and maybe even confirm all your non-aviation fascinations. Have you ever wondered what was happening while the airline you were on made all that noise before landing? Have you ever had your drink thrown out of your hand by a single bump? Do you have air traffic around you regularly and wonder what it is doing? Or do you have any more technical questions, like prop plane performance versus jet performance (or safety)? Even though I may have my aviation fraternity pin revoked, I promise to answer all your questions honestly. I will even provide references.
Please ask away in the comments section.