It's not about trying to find all the answers, it's about finding the right questions to ask...

Albert Einstein's theories of Special Relativity and General Relativity came from ONLY two questions

1) What would it mean if the speed of light is the same for all observers?

[*This question gave birth to Special Relativity and such ideas as 4D space-time and E=mc^2]

2) Why do all things fall to the ground with the same accelerations?

[**This question gave rise to General Relativity and the idea that Gravity is purely a Geometric curving of spacetime]

Einstein did not have all the answers but he did ask two questions that developed into two of the most important scientific discoveries in the history of the human mind, both special and general relativity.

Albert Einstein's theories of Special Relativity and General Relativity came from ONLY two questions

1) What would it mean if the speed of light is the same for all observers?

[*This question gave birth to Special Relativity and such ideas as 4D space-time and E=mc^2]

2) Why do all things fall to the ground with the same accelerations?

[**This question gave rise to General Relativity and the idea that Gravity is purely a Geometric curving of spacetime]

Einstein did not have all the answers but he did ask two questions that developed into two of the most important scientific discoveries in the history of the human mind, both special and general relativity.