Coronavirus peak and flattening curves with and w ithout induction by unity of knowledge

Figure 1.4 is the curve of prediction of the peak, P, which then declines to a flattening F of the mutation of COVID-19 over a peiiod of time. The differences in shape, form, and interpretation of COVID-19 life between Figure 1.1 and Figure 1.4 are shown by the non-learning and non-dynamic namre of the latter contrasting with the knowledge-induction of unity of knowledge that transforms mutation into renormalization of cells. Such a transformation is indicated in Figure 1.4. The evolutionary learning property of interaction and integration towards transformation from mutation to renormalization, that is from moral exclusion to moral inclusiveness is a knowledge-induced process of sustainability across continuum. That is events appear and disappear in the continuum ofknowledge, space, and time dimensions. All events are induced by and understood within the impact of the episteme of unity of knowledge. Such dynamics of change occur thereby in the knowledge, knowledge-induced space, and knowledge-induced time dimensions. The result is a different process than that in Figure 1.1. Figure 1.4 shows the sheer time-dynamics of change between peak and flattening of COVID-19 episode. The concept of sustainability is explained in Figure 1.2 as a long-term reconstruction of mutation into normalcy by

Equivalence between peak-flattening curve and moral inclusiveness in case of disease (coronavirus)

Figure 1.4 Equivalence between peak-flattening curve and moral inclusiveness in case of disease (coronavirus)

adoption of moral inclusiveness by multidisciplinary embedding. The transformation process into moral inclusiveness is explained by Figure 1.4.

Despite the cross-sectional view of the coronavirus peak and flattening curve in time and deaths (disease), the projection of the improving points like a, b, c etc. on the decline of deaths by the moral learning effects over time is enhanced. This is the picture conveyed by Figure 1.1 as well, with the inclusion of {0(s),x(0(£)),t(0(e))}-values (Choudhury, 2019).22

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