In hmolscience, objectionable nonsense (TR:1) (LH:9) (TL:10) is something so nonsensical, or so averse to ones senses, that it will tend to result in people expressing open and vocal disapproval of or disagreement with; nonsense that one will take “objection” to, similar to a person objecting in a courtroom.
The following are quotes:
- “The statement that ‘physical science attributes something like free will to routine processes of organic nature’, is not just merely [ordinary] nonsense, but ‘objectionable nonsense’!”
- — Albert Einstein (1932), “Interview with James Murphy” 
- Objectionable nonsense – Hmolpedia 2020.