The problem is that it’s really hard to formulate a question without falling in love with one of the possible answers. In fact, many questions arise from the infatuation with one of those answers, and serve more as post-hoc justifications than genuine inquest of inquiry
Don’t pose the question if the answer can’t change your mind

This reminds me of research related to Superforecasters — one of the attributes of people put in this category was that they were willing to admit when they weren’t knowledgeable about something. This level of introspection allowed them to make more accurate predictions overall.

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