The three double-ues that I wonder about the most concerning almost everything is "What, Where, and Why". The answers to these three questions gives me most of the information I need to satisfy my curiosity. These three questions work for me if I am wondering about anything anywhere in the universe and beyond. I don't always get or have answers and maybe that is why I keep asking what?, where?, and why?
"What?" and "where" are the easiest to find answers for, but the "why" is the hard one. When I get my telescope out and look up into a clear, moonless night sky, I ask those three questions. Sometimes I see things that when I ask those questions, I can't answer any of them!! Most of the time I can answer the "What?" question. The "Where?" question is somewhat harder but still fairly easy to answer, but the "Why?" is another story.
What was all the things that had to happen to make this planet we live on habitable to life as we know it? Where did it all come from? Yes, I know there were many collisions and mayhem in the early solar system and that a object about the same size as Earth crashed into it. Why did Earth survive and produce such wonderful and varied forms of life? If it had been any other way, I wouldn't be here writing this and you wouldn't be reading it. OK, maybe you won't read it, but I am still alive and writing it. Whether you read this or not or agree or not, I want you all to enjoy our wonderful planet and have a great day, you hear?