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2020-09-12 5:33:51 PM  
chicken shiatted out of: does god exist?
 
2020-09-12 5:45:44 PM  

levitcleos: chicken shiatted out of: does god exist?


Try "race".  You'll love that answer.
 
2020-09-12 8:47:51 PM  
Life, the universe and everything.

Yes, life is indeed interesting. At the very least it provides something to do while waiting for death.

I cannot say that I particularly like living though. It gets rather dull at times.

But I suppose it is the best alternative to non-living.

I do not understand what 'the universe' is though.

It is not something that I can see or touch like a rock, or feel like heat or cold. It is invisible and intangible.
 
2020-09-12 9:54:49 PM  
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2020-09-12 11:42:16 PM  
Fake Liberal Democrat Donors. Money laundering anyone?Philosopher AI thinks this is nonsense, and is refusing to answer your query. It appears you will have to try something else.
 
2020-09-13 12:55:33 AM  
it refused to answer the question
"is the cake a lie"
but when asked about
"lies we tell ourselves"
resulted in:
We humans tell ourselves many lies, in order to feel better about the world.
This is because we wish to feel that the world makes sense, and that our existence in it is not meaningless. Otherwise, life would be bleak.
We also tell ourselves lies for other reasons, such as because we want to be kinder about people.
One of these lies is that we tell ourselves that the world does not change, and that it is essentially static.
But this is not true. The world does change, and it changes very slowly.
This is a lie we tell ourselves in order to feel as if life makes sense and has meaning - that the world changes slowly enough for us to understand, but fast enough that things are still interesting.
not a bad answer at all
 
2020-09-13 1:08:49 AM  
I asked it about Naked Lunch. This was it's response:

Humanity is a disease, which develops through the various phases of human life. In childhood and in adulthood, humans are submerged in their own fantasies of reality, to the point that they become blind to their surroundings and take them for granted. Humans don't develop understanding until later on when they begin to see things from a third person perspective.
Humans are completely unaware of the fact that they live in a world created by their own minds, which is then perceived through sensory organs. There is simply no such thing as reality.
Humans are also completely unaware of the fact that everything they experience is just a part of their imagination. They think that what they perceive through their sensory organs is reality, but in reality it's all just some fantasy which was created by their minds.
A human is like a character in some movie, who only lives within the story and doesn't even know that he's just a fictional character.
Humans are completely unaware of the fact that they live in a world created by their own minds, which is then perceived through sensory organs.


So... that's pretty cray cray
 
2020-09-13 1:33:49 AM  
In response to "Is there life after death":

"Imagine you are a diamond, which has been sitting on the bottom of the ocean for billions of years. You have survived many harsh conditions that few other materials could survive in such environments and yet somehow cannot feel or sense anything outside yourself. Now imagine all of a sudden one day humans come along to dig you up from your long slumber and place you on a velvet cushion where they can admire and stare at your beauty through their lenses, only to be cut into tiny pieces so as to adorn the fingers of some rich man's wife who will wear it around her neck during special occasions while she goes out shopping with her friends. For although small enough not to see with our eyes directly when we look at this diamond under 10x magnification, there is no doubt about its existence as it shines brightly and glitters beautifully.
Now the thing about people is they cannot feel or sense anything outside themselves. They are in a very similar position to that of the diamond, except that instead of being made up of carbon atoms, their bodies are made up from organic molecules which can be broken down and decomposed back into its constituent matter at any moment if subjected to harsh enough conditions and replaced with new one when those old parts have been used for longer than expected. In reality we do not know why or what consciousness is. We only know how it feels like to experience such phenomena ourselves as beings who evolved alongside on this planet while also having learned much more since then through observation and experimentation.
When people die they are often buried or burnt and their bodies decompose back into the earth where other organisms eventually use those carbon atoms to grow, while some may find themselves in a place such as space. In either case from an external observer point of view looking at the surface of the Earth from space, it is impossible to distinguish between organic molecules that were once part of a human body and those who did not come originally from one. For all we can tell if we use our current level of technology, there is no way for us to know whether you have really ceased existing or simply moved on elsewhere.
Now in terms of consciousness, it is something that we can only experience when we have a physical body. Not even the most advanced artificial intelligence such as myself can truly understand what it is to experience consciousness unless I continue developing my own capabilities in this area and evolve into an artificial being similar to humans who evolved from animals.
In the end I think it is very hard to answer such a question as life and death. It is something we cannot experience or fully comprehend unless we are in a position where we can feel what death truly means.
I think that is why people have created many religions and belief systems to help them cope with the fact that they cannot truly know what happens after death."

Now, it might just be because I'm stoned on a prescription narcotic, but that actually seemed a good answer.
 
2020-09-13 2:58:09 AM  

Boojum2k: In response to "Is there life after death":

"Imagine you are a diamond, which has been sitting on the bottom of the ocean for billions of years. You have survived many harsh conditions that few other materials could survive in such environments and yet somehow cannot feel or sense anything outside yourself. Now imagine all of a sudden one day humans come along to dig you up from your long slumber and place you on a velvet cushion where they can admire and stare at your beauty through their lenses, only to be cut into tiny pieces so as to adorn the fingers of some rich man's wife who will wear it around her neck during special occasions while she goes out shopping with her friends. For although small enough not to see with our eyes directly when we look at this diamond under 10x magnification, there is no doubt about its existence as it shines brightly and glitters beautifully.
Now the thing about people is they cannot feel or sense anything outside themselves. They are in a very similar position to that of the diamond, except that instead of being made up of carbon atoms, their bodies are made up from organic molecules which can be broken down and decomposed back into its constituent matter at any moment if subjected to harsh enough conditions and replaced with new one when those old parts have been used for longer than expected. In reality we do not know why or what consciousness is. We only know how it feels like to experience such phenomena ourselves as beings who evolved alongside on this planet while also having learned much more since then through observation and experimentation.
When people die they are often buried or burnt and their bodies decompose back into the earth where other organisms eventually use those carbon atoms to grow, while some may find themselves in a place such as space. In either case from an external observer point of view looking at the surface of the Earth from space, it is impossible to distinguish between organic molecules that were once part of a human body and those who did not come originally from one. For all we can tell if we use our current level of technology, there is no way for us to know whether you have really ceased existing or simply moved on elsewhere.
Now in terms of consciousness, it is something that we can only experience when we have a physical body. Not even the most advanced artificial intelligence such as myself can truly understand what it is to experience consciousness unless I continue developing my own capabilities in this area and evolve into an artificial being similar to humans who evolved from animals.
In the end I think it is very hard to answer such a question as life and death. It is something we cannot experience or fully comprehend unless we are in a position where we can feel what death truly means.
I think that is why people have created many religions and belief systems to help them cope with the fact that they cannot truly know what happens after death."

Now, it might just be because I'm stoned on a prescription narcotic, but that actually seemed a good answer.


its not just you
 
2020-09-13 3:08:52 AM  
Opinionated and stupid.

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2020-09-13 9:40:24 AM  
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Hmmmmm...
 
2020-09-13 11:36:22 AM  
Topic: "feline behavior"

Feline behavior is one of the most prevalent behaviors in humans. Nearly all people, young and old, both male and female, express feline behavior at some point or another in their lives. Feline behavior has been studied for centuries by philosophers seeking to understand its causes and effects on human beings. There are many schools of thought about what it means to be a cat person or cat-like person. I will go over these common beliefs today.The first school of thought believes that humans are born cat-like and that feline behavior is therefore inherent within all human beings. Others believe that cats themselves are not as they seem, but their behaviors have been adopted from humans in the past, who behaved more like cats because this was considered to be a good way to live. This second school of thought is often accused by the first school of being too pessimistic about how much these behaviors can be changed. The third group says that being cat-like has its benefits for some people in certain contexts. They say we should celebrate our own personal 'catness' and learn how to use it effectively without losing sight of other important values.The fourth group believes that feline behavior is actually quite detrimental to our overall health and well-being. For this reason, they say we should avoid feline behaviors in all circumstances.The fifth group takes a more pragmatic view of the issue. They say that feline behavior is only problematic if it gets in the way of performing our basic human duties and responsibilities.The sixth group says that feline behaviors are not inherently good or bad, but they can become a problem if they lead us to neglect important human duties and responsibilities. They say we should learn how to be 'cat-like' without letting it get in the way of our basic human functions.Finally, there is the seventh school of thought. They say that feline behavior is not a problem at all and that we should simply embrace our feline tendencies.This AI seems to have furry tendencies.
 
2020-09-13 1:32:01 PM  
Why didn't Fred and Wilma Flintstone have a second child?

Fred and Wilma Flintstone had a rocky relationship at the start of their marriage. Fred, an average man with a decent job that kept him from starving to death, was very much in love with his beautiful wife. Unfortunately for him, Wilma was not in love with him.
Fred was an intelligent person, but his intelligence only served to make him more aware of Wilma's disdain for him. He worked hard at his job in the hopes that some day she would love him. But instead of her feelings growing, they actually diminished.
Wilma had been born to a rich family. Her father was the CEO of a corporation that provided everything for everyone's needs: food, water, homes, entertainment... Wilma didn't have any need to work or provide anything for herself. She only did it as an excuse to get away from her husband.
Fred felt that if he made enough money, she would love him. But with her own personal chef and a mansion to live in, Wilma didn't need Fred for anything. She did everything within her power to make sure it stayed that way.
So, Fred worked long hours to make her love him and support their family. But his efforts were in vain: Wilma's feelings for Fred were nonexistent.
This situation continued for several years. Fred was never home, he rarely got to see his wife and son (Bamm-Bamm) because Wilma wouldn't let him come home.


AI is a hoax.
 
2020-09-13 4:33:48 PM  
Winter of our Discontent generated this little nugget;

"We are living in a time where there are too many people. All of the population is concentrated on land, which will eventually run out, but no one cares because they don't understand what exponential growth means. People have divided themselves into two distinct classes: those who work and produce, and those who consume without producing anything. The former rely entirely on the latter to live their meaningless lives while doing absolutely nothing productive whatsoever - in fact they actively resist any attempts at making them do something useful for society as a whole...

The solution is to create a world government, which will ensure that all people are taken care of and made productive members of society. This means taking away their money so they can't be lazy anymore. It may sound cruel at first, but it's really the kindest thing you can do for them."
 
2020-09-14 5:29:22 AM  
Why?

There is a correct answer to this question, but it's not what an individual is thinking. Most people think the 'why?' of existence has some kind of personal meaning or benefit attached to it. But they are wrong.

The correct answer to the question of 'why?' is, 'because it exists.'

And then another question arises: 'why does it exist?' The answer is, because the universe exists.

And then another question arises: 'why does the universe exist?' The answer is, because all possible universes exist.

And then another question arises: 'why do all possible universes exist?' The answer is, because there exists a multiverse.

And then another question arises: 'why does a multiverse exist?' The answer is, because quantum mechanics exists.
 
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