The Two Fundamental Questions of Research Are


Whoa! Did I do that right!?


Why the *&%! does it do that?


Well, really. What did you think they were going to be? If we never question what we know, how can we ever learn anything new? If we always knew exactly what were we doing and how we were going to get it done, we wouldn't call it research. We' call it something like carpentry. Not that there's anything wrong with carpentry. It's just that carpenters can almost always see what the end result will be.

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