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Scientists seem to have known the truth.
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Sentence #23970

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Scientists seem to have known the truth.

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neron
May 14th 2014, 13:27 - edited May 14th 2014, 13:30
I've considered this as a religious standpoint toward scientist, and I have translated it in such manner. Like, there are more to the Truth than scientist are able to see, as they (scientist) are narrowminded.
sacredceltic
May 14th 2014, 13:31
that is not what the sentence says.
The context could be : we were told that everybody ignored what happened, but it was later revealed that scientists might have actually known it.
neron
May 14th 2014, 13:40
Then I will correct my translation to a sense: It turns out that scientest have known the truth.
I was mislead by definite article "the truth" -as one and only.

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