In a way, our love of answers comes from our need for certainty.
The Underutilized Power of Questions: How Einstein and Da Vinci Found Genius
Zat Rana

I agree wholeheartedly with this assertion. The fear of the unknown, the inability to deal with ambiguity haunts many people.

To ask many, many questions and have a deep curiosity about that which is, is the epitome of what a scientist does.

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