If it is true that there is only ever 1 correct answer (even if we will never know it fully) why do we so often succumb to the desire to over-complexify things? In other words, trying to find the right answer by coming up with a bunch of wrong answers rather than asking more questions? Is it that we don't even understand what the question is in the first place? Would we rather have incorrect answers than none at all, or perhaps have others believe that we have answers even if we dont?
You can probably guess how this applies to TypoC