Luis Daniel Maldonado Fonken
On Questions and Answers (RG Network)
QUOTE' There are uncomfortable questions and so there are as well uncomfortable answers, those that create tensions, conflicts or for which the ones that read, answer or ask do not feel emotionally any preference.
Eventually both of them would be important, as are found at the edge of our perception, potential, capacity, or agreements on right or wrong.
I consider a good question that which expands perception, provides insight, out of the box, and inspires action, as well out of the box. So, an answer may have similar quality.
As a scientist, i prefer those questions that create certain level of tension and impact, as thanks to those ones research process becomes more productive and efficient, precise and grounded. I prefer those related to tangible reality for example."