Department of Energy System Engineering, Yalova University, Turkey
*Corresponding Author: Cemil Koyunoglu, Engineering Faculty, Department of Energy System Engineering, Yalova University, Turkey.
Received: July 12, 2021; Published: July 13, 2021
In his book "The Republic", Plato emphasized the importance of the science of geometry in the sense of honesty in order to preserve the existence of the state, which is a form of government established by people. In fact, this issue is of direct interest to the scientific community. Due to the geometrical structure of the coronavirus, we can think that it attaches to more human mucosa (mouth, nose, and eye) due to the fact that its limbs are thinner as a result of mutation. With the cell (blood cell) enzymes that the limbs can hold on geometrically, the coronavirus is allowed to multiply. So it goes inside the body. Viruses do not know geometry. The lesson we can take from here. If a person with the wrong idea becomes one of the management team, he/she can pretend to be honest in the places he/she can enter physically. But in fact, he/she is a great danger for that institution. It is seen that the coronavirus can enter from any cell that is geometrically accepted, ignoring the body's defense mechanism, and sometimes goes as long as we call bankruptcy of body management (death). The coronavirus has reduced the world's human population. So, how should Yunus Emre interpret the word? As you know, the virus is called inanimate in nature. So is the woodcut from the tree. Here is an explanation of how the rulers are remembered well after their death (naturally) in a country with the right government. The fact that einstein's "I love humanity, but I hate humans" is empty (i.e. animal people who have lost their humanity and aimed to harm their own species) should not be included in any administration, first of all, it was mentioned by Platon and then by Yunus Emre and Einstein. I wish you happiness.
Citation: Cemil Koyunoglu. “About the Similarity in the Scientific Community of Plato's Words "Who does not know Geometry cannot Enter through this Door" and Yunus Emre's Words "Even an Untrue Wood cannot Pass through this Door"”. Acta Scientific Computer Sciences 2.5 (2021): 01.
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