To stress the power of inquiry, we often tell the story of Isidor Rabi, winner of the Nobel Prize for physics. After winning this prize, Rabi told audiences, “I don’t think I am smarter than others, I just know how to ask good questions.” He credits his mother with this habit of mind. When he came home from school each day, she would not ask the expected question, “What did you learn in school today?” Instead, she would ask, “Izzy, what good questions did you ask in school today?” By living in the question Rabi went on to develop radar, which changed the course of World War II and human communication networks