Answer the question you selected for profile question 3 here (300 words):
Science is more about the question than the answer. Often, when we do experiments, we find a pattern that partially, but not fully supports our hypothesis. The way we conduct science allows us to use this new information to shape and refine our future questions, but rarely, if ever, do we actually find ultimate and clear answers. The beauty of this is we always progress and appreciate the intricate workings of complicated systems more. It is also important to not get frustrated when results show little to no effect or suggest our hypothesis was wrong or not important, rather, these patterns suggest that we perhaps asked the wrong question and should instead consider something else.