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Google CEO Doing Research In Physics???

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    Let's imagine Google's CEO Larry Page loves physics and would love to discover more about the cosmos.

    Do you think, he could still have enough time to conduct research while managing such a giant technology company?

    Thanks for answering my stupid question.
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    He could likely get other people to do all the work for him, so yes. I know it's not the same, but I know the head of environmental sciences at UCL and I went to see him one day. I apologised for interrupting what must be a busy schedule and he replied with "oh don't be silly, I haven't worked so hard to get here to work some more"

    My dads boss is the same, he does a lot of work, but if he wants to do something else he just gets someone else to do it for him.
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    Are you actually Larry Page in disguise?


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