Problems all have solutions unless they are corrupted.
Take past problems for instance and their resulting solutions. All of them - and keep calculating backwards from their solutions. This reverse progression cancels problems out by their solutions one after the other.
The best solution:
The resulting last standing problem after all these solutions have been recollected will be the only problem - the first ever problem. Find the solution to this remaining problem and all possible occurrences through which by it have been salvaged.
If this first solution is applied meticulously to the first problem - there will be no problems at all.
Because of the extinction which applies to any nature - the cancellation of problems will lead to the deduction of problems thereunto their extinction.
The corruption which causes a multitude of unsolved problems is bound to exist due to the complications of problems over and after problem after the failure to cure the first problem - by ignoring its solution or being blinded by ignorance
The extinction of problems earlier discussed is the same extinction which befalls their corruption. Death cures diseases.
This means that all problems are inspired by the first unsolved problem. The question is what is or could have been the first problem .
If it was solved how did other problems aspire ? The reason for the persistent problem is the absence of fitting solution.
The reason for rabid problems is the absence of solutions and solvers as rabid