Unsolvable Problems

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A method of pursuing excellence which starts with a premise of selecting problems whose solutions are generally regarded as important, with great potential to improve human or universal lives, and 'impossible to solve.' This is a method for leaving the herd, and doing something worth doing - where 'job satisfaction' is guaranteed because this is inherently rewarding as a pursuit. It must be based on humility, curiosity, and belief in one's indomitable will to get there. Pivots are acceptable and required, based on the same humility, curiosity, and belief.