much-quoted-not-much-understood: a situation where a difficult theory by a scientist or engineer quoted by researchers and practitioners but hardly understood
much-quoted-not-much-understood, For instance Einstein theory of relativity or feymann diagram widely quoted but not realy understood by those who quote but added for value of fame and their work not to be seen as substandard.
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