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Rhetorical questions in a scientific article, especially in its title, look inappropriate and even ridiculous. Such lexical techniques, as it were, challenge the reader. This is the case in a journalistic article or in a political brochure. A rhetorical question means a manifestation of aggression, not necessarily towards the reader. For example, in the case of political agitation, this aggression can be directed at the current government or simply at the abstract problems of society. But ordinary news and even more so scientific papers should be written in the most neutral language. For this, you can use other lexical techniques.