No, not the Mars rover. Though the Curiosity rover is a brilliant example of the result of the pure curiosity that drives so many. Curiosity, that drive to understand the unknown and unseen. From wind, rain, and thunder to what holds protons and neutrons together in the nucleus of an atom. To question has always been role of the scientist, one of which has always been taken up willingly. However the drive to question the world around us is more than just a scientific cause. Curiosity is a core part of human nature, one we can not afford to let fall into neglect.
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