ok - the title is a bit tabloid-ish, but i do have a question. i picked up a "children's" book outlining current super-scientists. in it, they outlined the biographies of a lot of living scientists, about half of whom had Nobel prizes. i noticed in the book, lots of the educational history of those profiled would say something like, BS 1945 MS 1946 PhD 1949 others would simply say, BS 1951 PhD 1953 i mean, i know - these guys are SMART, they're SUPER-SMART. but in that entire book, i'd say the vast majority of them got their PhDs in 3 years or less. how does one do a PhD in 2 years, even if ur IQ is 210? don't super-smart people ALSO have to wait for results to come up, like the rest of us?