I would expext that anything that could be expressed in a simple enough equation, could also be described in words easily enough.
But the first example in the summary mentions the Heisenberg uncertainty. Concepts like this are hard to describe in words, but the equations are just as hard to grasp. They are usually completely made up of often obscure variables, each of them standing for another equation, or an abstact concept of its own.
Unless you happen to know each of these, you will not be able to make much sense of the complete equation.
Trying to discover their meaning will quickly lead to even more unknowns for anyone not yet familiar with the topic.
Most people understand the language of the equation itself, which describes the relation of it's parts to each other, But if the parts of the equation are unknowns, how much use is that?