Everybody Seems to look for demanding answers to questions. Yet, in the majority of cases, there are none.
We could tell people what they want to hear. Yet, the answers are probably not correct.
We could tell people what we think, and unfortunately, because we don’t know every detail, we would probably miss the mark.
Until everything about the item in question is known and studied, accurate answers will be hard to come by.
Even a debate without sufficient data will prove useless. A debate on a topic without correct data is no more than an emotional tug-of-war.
You have two choices. Stick to one topic you know everything about; or, spend your life trying to memorize everything.
My answer normally is: It depends.
How will you manage your quest for data?