1. One who proposes questions plays a role as pivotal as one who seeks answers.

  2. We are bounded by our interpretations of observed phenomena, and we need to expand our relevant vocabularies and tools in order to perceive the known and comprehend the unknown.

  3. The first step to approach any physical problem is deciding on its scale; so, one can say if the Earth is either a dot, a sphere, a rough surface, a composition of vibrant atoms and molecules, or if its form is extraneous altogether.

  4. Writing reports assists in identifying the strong, weak, and missing points, and can speed up the research process if done on a regular basis.

  5. Idle moments are essential for a hard worker to be creative.

  6. To approach a question, the worked method has to be consistent with the roots of the question at least on the assumption level.