It seems every answer is another question when you read socrates he seems to be asking questions all the time but not answering till suddenly there is the answer he called himself a midwife .helping people find the answer to their own questions for themselves I like the one where he goes looking for the most pious man in Athens to ask him what pious meant at the end the most pious man in Athens in his answer suggested the Gods were impious and if you read the myths they certainly were Progress comes from making each answer into a question
I think the nature of a 'question' and an 'answer' make them an equal pair. There will always be an answer. It may not be known, but it always exists IMHO. But that also means there is always a question. It's really just transfer of information. A question requests information...and an answer sends it. So if there wasn't any question, there would be no answer. But you can't separate the two in my book.
What does it mean if an employer re post the exact same job posting a day later after my 2nd interview? I was asked to provide professional references and will be contacted by the end of week. Why can't employers just tell the candidate he/she not a good fit right then and there after the interview? Its frustrating....
Yes, there will always be more questions than answers.
As to whether there will always-be-an-answer to every question we have I think this is doubtful,although I dont think this should worry us unduly.
Read " Conjectures and Refutations " by k.r. Popper.
Questions spawn answers and answers spawn questions. The human mind and soul need both. If we ever run out of questions, then that day our essential beings will starve and if the universe and all contained within be completely know too us for too long we will wither and die.