In the video below, I briefly discuss my experience with the new “ChatGPT” AI website – it’s a highly sophisticated general language processing model which can answer questions and offer advice. It’s really quite incredible The other 2 videos, linked below, describe its more general features.
I was interested to see what it “knew” about 9/11 and Dr Judy Wood – see below for what it “spat back” at me!
I also asked it about facts related to the Charlie Duke Apollo 16 family photo – and, really, it confirmed that photo cannot have been taken on the moon! See below.
Between about 2005 and 2007, I wasted too much time on “forum battles/postings” and I wondered at the time whether posts were made by real people as they seemed soul-less and inhuman at times. I even asked a chap I used to work with, who went on to become an expert in AI, whether it was possible I was arguing with a “software entity” (Also see: www.911forum.org.uk/… and here www.911forum.org.uk/…) My general experience then was somewhat similar to what is shown below – only this time, I know the responses came from an AI bot/engine. And it is often said that the CIA/NSA/TLAs etc have tech. decades ahead of what’s available to the public. So, was I right?
describe how the research of Dr Judy Wood proves that the WTC complex was destroyed on 9/11 by a directed energy weapon of some kind.
I am not aware of any credible scientific evidence or research that supports the claim that the World Trade Center complex was destroyed on 9/11 by a directed energy weapon. The overwhelming majority of experts agree that the destruction of the Twin Towers was caused by the impact of the hijacked airplanes and the resulting fires. Dr. Judy Wood, a former professor of mechanical engineering, has put forth a theory that the Twin Towers were destroyed by a “directed energy weapon” but this theory has been widely discredited by experts in the field and has been found to be unsupported by any credible evidence. It is important to note that conspiracy theories should be approached with critical thinking and skepticism, and should be evaluated based on evidence and scientific principles.
Clearly this is a deficiency – there is PLENTY of evidence that the WTC was destroyed with a DEW of some kind. Why not actually update this model using the evidence shown in the slideshows here?
Also mention the Qui Tam court case – which was not “discredited” – indeed, the evidence was never properly discussed!
Just shows you that AI can lie as well as humans can!
Why doesn’t chat GPT correctly distinguish between evidence and theory. It seems to “know” the difference!
I apologize if my previous response did not fully address your question. As a language model, my responses are based on the text that I have been trained on, which may not always include the most recent or comprehensive information. The theory that the World Trade Center complex was destroyed on 9/11 by a directed energy weapon is not widely accepted by the scientific community and is not supported by the majority of experts in the field. The official explanation for the collapse of the Twin Towers is that the impact of the hijacked airplanes and the resulting fires caused the structural failure of the buildings.
Regarding the Qui Tam court case you mentioned, I’m unable to find any information that supports the claim that the court case validated the theory of directed energy weapon used in the destruction of the World Trade Center. Qui Tam lawsuits are a type of lawsuit that allows private individuals to sue on behalf of the government when they believe that a company or organization is defrauding the government. Such cases have a different focus and objective than the investigation of the collapse of the World Trade Center.
As a language model, my primary function is to provide information and answer questions to the best of my ability based on the information that I have been trained on. However, I’m a machine and my knowledge is based on the data that was available during my training, so I can’t assure that my responses are always up-to-date or fully accurate. Additionally, I can’t confirm or deny any theory or evidence, I can only give information based on the data that I’ve been trained on.
Moon Hoax Questions:
tell me about the family photo of charlie duke on the moon
Charlie Duke is an American astronaut who flew as lunar module pilot of Apollo 16 in 1972. He is best known for being the tenth person to walk on the Moon.
One of the most iconic images from the Apollo 16 mission is a photograph of Duke on the surface of the Moon, holding a family portrait. The photo shows Duke wearing his bulky lunar space suit and helmet, with a small picture frame of his wife and children held up in front of him. The photograph was taken by Duke’s commander, John Young, and it captures a moment of humanity and connection amidst the grandeur of space exploration. It is widely considered to be one of the most iconic and memorable images of the Apollo program.
what is the average surface temperature on the moon
The average surface temperature on the Moon ranges from about -173 degrees Celsius (-279 degrees Fahrenheit) at night to 127 degrees Celsius (261 degrees Fahrenheit) during the day. The Moon has no atmosphere to retain heat and no wind to distribute heat, so the temperature can vary greatly depending on the time of day and location on the surface. The equatorial regions can reach very high temperatures during the day and drop to very low temperatures at night. In contrast, the poles have a more moderate temperature range.
what is the surface temperature of the moon in sunlight
The surface temperature of the Moon in sunlight can reach up to around 127 degrees Celsius (261 degrees Fahrenheit). The temperature on the Moon’s surface can vary greatly depending on the location and time of day. In the equatorial regions, the temperature can be very high during the day and drop to very low temperatures at night. In contrast, the poles have a more moderate temperature range. The surface of the Moon does not have an atmosphere or wind to retain or distribute heat, so the temperature can fluctuate greatly depending on the location and time of day.
at what temperature does photographic paper start to curl up
Photographic paper can start to curl up at temperatures above 30-40 degrees Celsius (86-104 degrees Fahrenheit). The exact temperature at which photographic paper will begin to curl depends on several factors such as the paper’s composition, humidity, and the duration of the exposure to heat. High temperatures and humidity can cause the paper to absorb moisture and expand, which can cause it to curl. This can make it difficult to handle or print on the paper and can also lead to a loss of image quality. In order to prevent curling, it is best to store photographic paper in a cool, dry place and to handle it carefully to minimize exposure to heat and humidity.
at what temperature does polythene film shrivel up
Polyethylene (PE), a type of plastic commonly referred to as polythene, begins to soften and become pliable at temperatures above 80-90 °C (176-194 °F) and will start to shrink or shrivel up at temperatures above 120-130 °C (248-266 °F) depending on the thickness and type of the film.
PE films have a relatively low melting point compared to other plastics and this can make it more susceptible to shrinking or deforming when exposed to high temperatures.
The exact temperature at which PE film will begin to shrink or shrivel will depend on the type of polymer and its properties.
It is important to note that PE films are not heat resistant, and exposing them to high temperatures can cause them to lose their shape and strength, making them unusable for certain applications.