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    have on your side

    ...Science was awesome, exhilarating, and definitely something you wanted to have on your side...


    What does it mean by "have on your side"?

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    Re: have on your side

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    As with a sports team, it is good to have science working for you (cures for cancer) rather than working against you (atomic weaponry).

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