The question is only as good as the point of view and as good as the true anticipation of the answer. Q = the reality at hand plus point of view minus the irrational or the reality unseen.
Or simply put, Q = plus zero minus, where plus equals reality; zero equals point of view; and minus equals the reality not seen.
Thus, the greater the irrational in one or the greater the exaggeration or the greater the lack of knowledge of unseen reality, thus the less the point of view, and therefore, the less the reality!
Interestingly, even though knowledge be lacking, getting interested or excited about the answer really improves point of view and may actually lead to a truth or a real answer and therefore to a greater reality!