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There is, it is true, a possibility that the earth will stop, because it could be smashed to pieces in a collision with a body from outer space, or frozen into lifelessness by the sun’s cooling; but such possibilities lie either millions (at least) of years in the future or at the outer extremes of unlikelihood. Most are such that the human race will get warning of them before they occur...

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The words such that make me confused. I searched its meaning a dictionary but it didn't help

Such that definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary (collinsdictionary.com)


Could you help me? thanks

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XVIMost are such that the human race will get warning of them before they occur.

Most of these possibilities are the kind of possibilities that show signs that they are approaching, so the human race will get warning of them before they occur.

CJ

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XVIMost possibilities of a collision are of such a nature that the human race will get warning of them

The orange text is mine. Does that help?

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Not yet, I'm still confused about that structure. Could you make it more detailed? Thanks

"Most (possibilities of a collision) are of a nature that the human race will get warning of them"

In that sense above, "such" is explanatory.

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