"You Can’t Put Too Much Water into a Nuclear Reactor"
This sentence is from a book, "The Definitive ANTLR 4 Reference" authored by Terence Parr.
The author used this sentence as an example of ambiguous sentence and mentioned that it can be interpreted in two ways.
(1)They should be careful not to put too much water.
(2)They should put lots of water into the reactor.
But I can't see how to interpret it in way of (2). How should I do it?
When I interpret it in way of (1), I see the words "Too Much Water" is one group and noun, and I can't put it into "Nuclear Reactor".