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Can you explain this? "I would hesitate to assign too much potential groundbreaking science." Thanks!
Sep 14, 2018 9:37 AM
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"I would hesitate to assign too much potential groundbreaking science." The author is saying that he needs to carefully think twice about releasing science work that is groundbreaking / earth shattering / unbelievable / unprecedented / never seen before that it will break the ground (metaphorically speaking).
September 14, 2018
This sentence sounds like it has a word missing. Do you mean: "I would hesitate to assign too much potential TO groundbreaking science."? In that case, Amro is correct. The writer is reluctant to embrace new, untested innovations in science without further proof.
September 14, 2018
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