The chapter provides a model for understanding how complex problem-solving strategies have arrived from an otherwise ��simple�� problem. A feedback loop has been developed from millenia of innovation. In other words, all of the simple problems have been solved. Humans generally understand the basics of survival, such as how to stay alive by cooking foods to eradicate harmful bacteria from our food. Because these basic and well researched problems have been ��solved��, and due to improvements in recording this knowledge, what remains is the complex problems. It also follows that these remaining complex problems are often made out of c