A Thinkibility Challenge – what questions does not have an answer by search engines

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In 10 research tips for finding answers online Danielle Thomson shared some of her best research tips to help you in those “why can’t I find this?” moments. One of them is this:

There are no new questions. Have a research question? Trust me, it’s been asked before. Put your exact question into quotations as a search term, and you will find, at the very least, a lead to your answer. Want to find out how much of the ocean has been explored? Type “How much of the ocean has been explored” into your search engine, and you will likely get your answer.

In this Thinkibility nibble we will challenge our readers to come up with a question that a search engine cannot answer.

If you will find one, don’t worry. Also, for your contribution we will reward you with our new e-book: 12 Thinking Strategies.

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