Hiding in simplicity

To conflate profundity with complexity is common, but what if profound solutions are simple yet have infinite depth?

We are disposed to think novel solutions must be complex, requiring vast intelligence (otherwise we would have already figured it out), while in reality the solution may be hiding in simplicity.

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