The oils break out of the hops fairly quickly in a boil.
True, but the resins that account for bittering don't. They isomerize and dissolve in a non-linear fashion. That said, you get about half the total bittering in the first 15 minutes.
Plus, what looks like a lot of hops on the brewery floor, probably isn't much.
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