- “If you say, ‘We have evidence for Planet X,’ almost any astronomer will say, ‘This again? These guys are clearly crazy.’ I would, too,” Brown says.
Does it, “I would, too, mean that I “would also you are crazy”?
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The following would be the expanded version of what Brown would say:
I too, just like any astronomer you ask, would say that people who are claiming that they have evidence for Planet X are crazy.
The pronoun we in this passage refers to people or any person in general and not to the two people, one of whom is Brown, discussing this. This is just one of the many uses that the pronoun we can have in English. For more details, see definition 1.2 in Oxford Dictionaries.
A couple of examples:
We should eat as varied and well-balanced a diet as possible.
One day, we will all die.