Defining true science, the stronger the fact, the stronger the desire, not knowing everything is the dangling of a fruit, a wrong must be hidden by the possibility of unknown, once in all, hiding in nature beyond the seeing eyes, chance and time combined playing their role, every possibility that can possibly be thought of, one by one, fact or fiction, the mind of a true scientist, not believing what is written, made worse with the worthless prizes attached to toilet paper, the opposite making better, morality the limit on the desire for learning, help or harm, the basis for true intention, before any action failure is irrelevant, fact, it is the instant a wrong has finally been discovered, wrong and right, logically added to the whole of knowledge, trying to prove what is written wrong, need the one possibility, limiting the wrong eternal limitless desire for knowledge before any truth in understanding, the wanting versus needing, true science defining……

Even a statement can be a question. Is that right?

Can a questions answer be a question? Why not?