In the English language there are, apparently, about 170,000 words in current use, and 20,000-30,000 words used by each individual person....according to the top result in my Google search. So, has it ever occurred to you that out of 170,000 (or so) words we only get 6 to ask questions with? Who, what, when, where, why, how. That's it. Oh, seven if you count my purposeful use of 'how come' in the title of this thread which is just another way to ask 'why'. So, what's up with that? Are there really only 6 ways to orient in space/time, 6 trajectories, if you will, to cast your mind toward acquiring all the possible information available in the universe? Something seems not quite right with that....like we're being ripped off by language. So, if you could devise a seventh question to add to our language..a 7th way to orient toward information gathering in space/time what would that word be...and what information would that word seek to find?? Make up a word that works as a question and describe what it means without using one of the existing six questions.....that's your assignment. At the moment I've got nothing to offer....just some dishes to do that's all.