Molaskes: Paving and Leading the Way

The Essays of Molaskes:The Engineer's Credo

(1) Below rules apply to each and every kind of problem and can be applied in all areas, such as science, arts, personal life, and politics. (2) For every problem, there is a solution. (3) There is only one best solution, the perfect solution. (4) The perfect solution will be relatively simple and easy. (5) If a solution is not simple, it is imperfect, as it hasn't solved the problem of being (too) complicated. (6) If a solution is not easy, it is imperfect, as it hasn't solved the problem of being (too) hard. (7) A solution is simple enough when it is understood by those who need to apply it. (Relative simplicity is not absolute simplicity. The solution must be communicated in a manner and form that is understood by the target, be it in words and/or pictures, formulas, signals, programming code, or other.) (8) A solution is easy enough when it comes as a recipe that leads those who need to apply it step by step from the resources they have to the resources they need for the solution. (Relative ease is not absolute ease. The application may take any amount of time, energy and resources, yet just never in excess.) (written circa 2018)
02. The Engineer's Credo
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