Back when I first put a website together (actually, it was maybe my second or third homepage) I made this nifty little page on the colors i saw when I pointed a flashlight into a container of olive oil. I still think it's neat, and even though I am always asking questions, I rarely write them down. Perhaps if I did write more of them down, I'd get more answers.
Asking questions is fun. Even when a clear answer does not emerge, you learn something. Sometimes, just forming the question can teach you something about the way you think. It's a common situation at work. Someone is stumped on a problem, but when they go to ask for help, and begin to explain the problem to a coworker, the solution presents itself. The simple act of forming a question or a coherent explanation of the problem reveals things. Perhaps a bad assumption is suddenly realized. The results can be almost magical.