It can no longer be solved along the same narrow lines as people once thought, if it ever could.
The problems created by a little transparency might be solved by even more transparency--for example, by punishing fraud.
Little will actually be solved other than a generation exhaling with self-satisfied relief.
late 14c., "to disperse, dissipate, loosen," from Latin solvere "to loosen, dissolve; untie, release, detach; depart; unlock; scatter; dismiss; accomplish, fulfill; explain; remove," from PIE *se-lu-, from reflexive pronoun *s(w)e- (see idiom) + root *leu- "to loosen, divide, cut apart" (see lose). The meaning "explain, answer" is attested from 1530s; for sense evolution, see solution. Mathematical use is attested from 1737. Related: Solved; solving.