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In compound modifiers, we sometimes use nouns instead of adjectives, however, I do not know which one is the correct choice in the sentences below:

However, one can claim that such an inspiration, in alignment with scientist’s chain of thoughts, is something mundane-oriented which naturally occurs in a due time when, e.g., specific amounts of information or knowledge are deepened or combined to a critical point.

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However, one can claim that such an inspiration, in alignment with scientist’s chain of thoughts, is something mundanity-oriented which naturally occurs in a due time when, e.g., specific amounts of information or knowledge are deepened or combined to a critical point.

I also want to know if in the above sentences we have a choice to use "at a critical point" instead of "to a critical point".

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"Mundanity-oriented" makes no sense! It should be "mundane-oriented".

"At a critical point" cannot be used here as the context depicts something deepening until a point.

until a point -> up to a point -> to a point

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