The process to solve the most complex problems humans have created, or can possibly create.
The process is just a puzzle or precise arrangement of knowledge.
It is available.
Problem solutions are more usefully described with the words, contradiction resolutions. When you use more accurate words, your mind recognizes more accurate results. If you are not willing to use more accurate words, you will not find the resolutions to contradictions currently frustrating your efforts.
It is inherent to the existence of contradictions and arrays of contradictions, no matter how extensive or complex, created by the design of the human mind, that each resolution exists within human minds.
Knowledge of the complete process has always existed among certain people, very few at any one time.
The human mind is a contradiction identification and resolution device. It identifies and resolves contradictions, otherwise described as asking and answering questions, the process of thinking.
The people who learned the knowledge have the same design of human mind as everyone else. Anyone can learn the knowledge.
The knowledge is independently learned as a result of inordinately unusual circumstances within a universe of knowledge so extensive that any precise array of knowledge is common to comparatively few people, and progressively more rare as the diversity and extent of the array increases.
The knowledge of how to solve inordinately complex or seemingly impossible human-caused contradictions involves a small or moderate extent of inordinately diverse knowledge.
For comparison, the knowledge of most other seemingly difficult intellectual abilities involves a greater extent of a small or narrow arena or subject matter of knowledge.
The knowledge of how to solve complex human-caused contradictions can be efficiently learned within a few days, from a person who has already learned it, by simply asking and answering the series of questions such a person introduces for related questioning by the person who wants to learn the knowledge. That process is the same for learning any knowledge from another person.
While it has always been readily available for the asking, the knowledge is inordinately rare at any particular time for an array of reasons related to the superlatively brilliant design of the human mind, therefore the human phenomenon, which is learned within the knowledge. Those fascinating reasons, like each aspect of the knowledge, are beyond the scope of this website, and require your mind's related questions.
While the knowledge is the most desired and most beneficial knowledge available to humans, is it still just a small sliver or arena of knowledge, like any other particular array of precise knowledge, and therefore not commonly encountered. There are vastly too many concepts for any one person to encounter or learn many of them.
Further, because the knowledge is so valuable to humans, and the balance is perfect in all things, by design, the human mind's defenses against the knowledge are inordinately extensive. A superficial description of one such defense is the fear of new knowledge or the currently unknown, obviously common to many people.
Further, the knowledge is inherent to and learned by an individual mind's questioning process, therefore not benefiting from, but beneficial to, organizations or institutions to which humans are so obviously addicted, and by which institutional precepts humans are so self-limited.
This website exists to offer separate notice that the referenced knowledge exists and is available. Other websites offer more of the knowledge, but the scant attention span of most humans, and institutionally induced defenses, especially in the current sound-byte or data-byte era, preclude most people from recognizing that the knowledge exists when it is described among too many words.
You can pursue any related interest at Think.ws.
Or, if you are accustomed to hiring other people to solve problems, and the problem you wish to solve is caused by humans, you may contact Doug at DougBuchanan.com (replace at with @). But you might wisely first identify the problem with accurate words to efficiently convey the information and better understand your goal.
Doug Buchanan, Fairbanks Alaska.