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Question: Are you always prepared for any scenarios that may occur in your day to day job?
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Asked by Perfect Particles to Angeline, Catherine, Luke, Philip, Shona on 9 Mar 2015.
answered on 9 Mar 2015:
No, but I usually am. Unexpected things in my day are usually related to people, not science. Though I would not be well prepared if a satellite or radar I was using broke 🙁
answered on 10 Mar 2015:
Absolutely not! That makes the job a little bit scary at times but I’d rather have that than every day being exactly the same with nothing unexpected.
answered on 12 Mar 2015:
Not all scenarios. But I have only been working for just over 4 years and other members of the physics team have been doing this job for 20 years. Usually someone in the team has experience and can help me when I face a new scenario.
Perfect Particles commented on 12 Mar 2015:
I believe that one of the best things about science is experimenting with lots of things and working out the possible and unexpected outcomes, do you agree?
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Angeline commented on 18 Mar 2015:
It’s a part of science that can be either really exciting or really frustrating.
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