Many questions are politically incorrect.
Some have pretty obvious answers. However, people give the benefit of doubt to the opposite opinion even though it’s obviously true.
For example. If I ask, “By how many years cigarette will shorten your life,” most will just answer it. Then they will give statistics, etc.
If I ask “By how many years ganja will shorten your life?,” most people would kick me out for trolling.
The issue is simple. The answer is 0 or negative. I do not know for sure. But that should get people thinking. Why is this thing that doesn’t shorten life expectancy called dangerous? Most science around the area is simply squelched.
Some questions do not have obvious answers. However, they cast doubts on prejudices most people believe in.
For example, “If women prefer the rich, how can there be any kids with poor dad?”
Those do not have obvious answer. It’s possible, for example, that women do not prefer the rich. However, it cast doubts on long held prejudice that poverty is not by choice. So, most will just get mad, curse, rather than answering.
These are the list of questions.

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