why do scientists ask questions?

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Scientists ask questions so they can solve the world. So they can solve their problems and others. Hope this is what u need!


I think you have it backwards. Everybody is curious.  Everybody asks questions ... especially when they're between, say, 5 and 17 years old. Some people don't get any answers, and they're OK with that. Some people get answers from their teachers or their friends, they learn to repeat the the words they heard and use those for answers, and they never worry too much about whether the answer is true, or where else it can take them. Some people grow up with the burning desire to know, to understand, to ask questions that were never asked before, and to search and find answers that were never found before. Those are the people who become the scientists.

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