Not everything that needs an answer will be a question
Nobody really *said* it, but it's a tagline of Deus Ex. Trust no one. Question everything.
The Answer to the Question of Life, the Universe and Everything is 42. However, the Question has yet to be asked.
Of course I know everything who would such a stupid question
The best scientists question everything. It's what they do.
It is to question the existence of God, to question authority, well basicslly question everything.
No answer for this question
I think, yes. If he would not questioned everything, it would not be Plato! =)
Maybe answers.com, cos it has everything, it even has the answer to THIS question!
It would be the question: "What is the answer to life, the universe, and everything?"
because you question everything ._.
To answer a question we need a who, where, what, when, where, and how. Your question leaves out who and most everything we need to answer.
The question concerning Americans laughing at everything needs to be flagged. To give this an answer, it would be this: Americans do not clap at everything.
what kind of question is that? Chuck Norris is still a human being and does everything normally
Why not? Question everything. Questioning is not evil; far from it. It is part of what makes us fully human.
NO who would ask that stupid question?
What kind of question is that?
This question is incomplete
it doesnt answer everything but you can post your question and hopefully people will know the answer and answer you
If, after you type in a question, you are taken to a page as if you had just searched for it on Google or some other search engine, you didn't put your answer in the form of a question. For example, "Everything known about Abraham Lincoln" will take you to a search page. So will "Everything known about Abraham Lincoln?" You need to put it as "What is everything known about Abraham Lincoln?" If you did put it in question form, you shouldn't have a problem.
A short story that attempt to answer the question 'what is the ultimate fate of mankind and everything?'
Sure. Virtually everything known in science up to now began with a question.