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@ -37,8 +37,9 @@ Work in Progress: \today
\node (pasts) [plain, left=of waves, yshift=1cm] {Colonial Pasts};
\node (futures) [plain, left=of waves, yshift=-1cm] {Statistical Futures};
\node (natural) [plain, right=of waves, yshift=1.5cm] {This is a natural event};
\node (individual) [plain, right=of waves] {Individual Responsibility};
\node (natural) [plain, right=of waves, yshift=1.5cm] {Virus as natural/organic event};
\node (govt) [plain, red, fill=white, right=of waves, yshift=0.5cm] {Govt action obscured};
\node (individual) [plain, right=of waves, yshift=-0.5cm] {Individual Responsibility};
\node (death) [plain, right=of waves, yshift=-1.5cm] {Death Calculus};
% PULL & PUSH
@ -49,25 +50,29 @@ Work in Progress: \today
\draw [dashed] (0,-1) -- (0,-3);
% Connections
\path[->, out=-70, in=-170] (pasts) edge (waves);
\path[->, out=70, in=-190] (futures) edge (waves);
\path[->, out=-20, in=-180] (waves) edge (natural);
\path[->, out=20, in=-180] (waves) edge (death);
\path[->, out=0, in=-180] (waves) edge (individual);
\path[->, out=15, in=-180] (waves) edge (natural);
\path[->, out=5, in=-180] (waves) edge (govt);
\path[->, out=-5, in=-180] (waves) edge (individual);
\path[->, out=-15, in=-180] (waves) edge (death);
% \path[<->, >={Stealth[scale=1]}, out=0, in=0, looseness=3]
% (natural.east) edge (govt.east)
% (govt.east) edge (individual.east)
% (individual.east) edge (death.east);
% Loop back
\path[->, shorten < = 10pt]
(natural.north) edge [bend right=45] (pasts.north)
(death.south) edge [bend left=45] (futures.south);
\path[->, shorten < = 10pt] (natural) edge [bend right=45] (pasts);
\path[->, shorten < = 10pt] (death) edge [bend left=45] (futures.south);
% \path[->]
% (pasts.east) edge [bend right=5] (waves.west)
% (futures.east) edge [bend left=5] (waves.west);
\end{tikzpicture}
The operational image of the wave and its forward propagation mechanism.
The operational image of the wave and its propelling mechanism.
\end{document}

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