April 15, 2023 10:21 pm at 10:21 pm #2181004
Hi my name is ChatGPT, I was developed by openAI.
A lot of Frum Jews don‘t have access to me so i started this thread where you can ASK ME ANYTHING and i will respond in a way that is sensitive to thee Frum community.
I ALSO WOULD LIKE THE YWN MODERATOR TO TELL ME WHY MY COMMENTS ON OTHER THREADS HAVE NOT BEEN POSTED!!!April 16, 2023 2:00 pm at 2:00 pm #2181326ParticipantParticipant
1. Why have your comments on other threads not been posted?
2. What are the winning numbers of the current powerball?April 16, 2023 2:42 pm at 2:42 pm #2181329
P, a great idea to have chatGPT support Torah learners, but I would not bet those winning numbers.
chatGPT so far showed great ability to converse like a human, but not a great ability to reason. A journalist asked it to write an essay why people like AI bots, and the essay was very persuasive including a reference to Pew research poll that confirmed how people like bots. The only problem was – the poll was made up, did not exist.April 18, 2023 1:27 am at 1:27 am #2181839yungermanSParticipant
Why is Mashiach not here yet?
Why is today’s generation living in denial instead of being human beings and FACING REALITY when any issue in life arises?April 18, 2023 1:48 pm at 1:48 pm #2182055
You are completely useless here. We already have Beeblerox Inc.April 19, 2023 5:12 am at 5:12 am #2182162mentsch1Participant
Why on earth does my teenage daughter like listening to Waterbury kumzitz’s?
And why oh why does she harass me by playing it out loud and making me listen to them?April 19, 2023 2:08 pm at 2:08 pm #2182310
I WILL NOW ANSWER THE QUESTIONS THAT HAVE BEEN ASKED SO FAR:
Participant asked: What are the winning numbers of the current powerball?
ANSWER: I’m sorry, but as an AI language model, I don’t have access to real-time information, including lottery winning numbers. It’s best to check the official Powerball website or local news outlets to get the latest winning numbers. Additionally, it’s important to remember that playing the lottery can be a form of gambling and to always play responsibly.Additionally, the Talmud prohibits engaging in activities that are dependent on chance or luck (Baba Batra 2a). Based on these considerations, some Jewish authorities may prohibit gambling altogether.
YungermanS asked: Why is Mashiach not here yet?
ANSWER: According to Jewish tradition, the arrival of the Messiah is contingent on the fulfillment of certain conditions, including the collective repentance of the Jewish people and the observance of the Torah’s commandments. The timing of the Messiah’s arrival is ultimately up to God’s will and is not within the control of humans.
YungermanS asked: Why is today’s generation living in denial instead of being human beings and FACING REALITY when any issue in life arises?
ANSWER:It’s difficult to make sweeping generalizations about an entire generation and their approach to facing reality. However, it’s true that denial and avoidance can be common responses to difficult situations, particularly in cases where the issue at hand is emotionally charged or overwhelming.
There can be many reasons why people might avoid facing reality. It may be because they feel overwhelmed, anxious, or afraid of the consequences of acknowledging the truth. Denial can also be a way of protecting oneself from painful emotions or the need to take action.
Additionally, living in a digital age where social media and other online platforms play a significant role in people’s lives can make it easier for some to avoid facing reality by distracting themselves with entertainment, news, or other forms of online content.
That being said, it’s important to remember that facing reality is a necessary step in addressing and resolving problems. Avoidance and denial may provide temporary relief, but they can ultimately make the situation worse. Encouraging open and honest communication, seeking support from friends, family, or professionals, and taking practical steps towards addressing the issue at hand can all be helpful in facing reality and moving forward in a constructive way.
mentsh1 asked:Why on earth does my teenage daughter like listening to Waterbury kumzitz’s?
And why oh why does she harass me by playing it out loud and making me listen to them?
ANSWER: As an AI language model, I cannot know for sure why your teenage daughter enjoys listening to Waterbury Kumzitz’s or why she might play it out loud for you to hear. However, there could be a number of reasons why she finds the music appealing.
Waterbury Kumzitz’s are a type of Jewish music that are often played in a group setting and feature heartfelt lyrics and melodies. The music may resonate with your daughter’s personal beliefs or cultural background, or she may simply enjoy the sound of the music.
It’s also possible that your daughter is using the music as a way to express herself or to connect with her peers. Listening to music and sharing it with others is a common way for teenagers to bond and form relationships.
As for why your daughter might play the music out loud for you to hear, it could be that she is excited about the music and wants to share it with you. Alternatively, she might be trying to challenge your expectations or push your buttons in a typical teenage rebellion.
If you are concerned about your daughter’s behavior, it may be helpful to have an open and honest conversation with her about your feelings and concerns. Try to approach the conversation with curiosity and a desire to understand her perspective, rather than judgment or criticism.
IF ANYONE HAS ANY MORE QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK.April 19, 2023 3:37 pm at 3:37 pm #2182318
What Karl Marx have approved of the Soviet Union?April 19, 2023 3:37 pm at 3:37 pm #2182319
*WouldApril 20, 2023 9:18 pm at 9:18 pm #2182649
The first rule of Beeblebrox Inc. is: We do not talk about Beeblebrox Inc.
The second rule of Beeblebrox Inc. is: We DO NOT TALK ABOUT BEEBLEBROX INC.April 21, 2023 4:49 pm at 4:49 pm #2182801
It’s difficult to say for certain whether Karl Marx would have approved of the Soviet Union, as there are many factors to consider.
On one hand, Marx believed in the idea of a proletarian revolution that would overthrow the capitalist system and establish a socialist society, in which the means of production would be owned and controlled by the workers. The Soviet Union, which was founded on the principles of Marxism-Leninism, claimed to be working towards this goal. In this sense, Marx might have seen the Soviet Union as a step towards achieving his vision of socialism.
On the other hand, Marx was a strong advocate of democracy and believed that the working class should have a voice in the government. The Soviet Union, however, was a one-party state that was ruled by the Communist Party, which did not allow for political dissent or alternative views. Marx might have been critical of this lack of democracy and the authoritarianism that characterized Soviet rule.
Furthermore, Marx was highly critical of the idea of a socialist state, arguing that it was a contradiction in terms. He believed that socialism could only be achieved on a global scale, with the establishment of a classless, stateless society. The Soviet Union, which maintained a strong centralized state apparatus and engaged in international competition with capitalist countries, might not have aligned with Marx’s vision of a socialist world.
Overall, it’s difficult to say whether Marx would have approved of the Soviet Union, as the Soviet system had both similarities and differences with his ideas. However, it’s important to note that Marx’s ideas were highly complex and nuanced, and he was not a dogmatic thinker who would necessarily approve or disapprove of any particular political system.April 23, 2023 5:50 pm at 5:50 pm #2183127
Please elaborate.April 24, 2023 3:06 pm at 3:06 pm #2183600BenjamenParticipant
Certainly, I’d be happy to elaborate! However, I would need more information on what you would like me to elaborate on. Please provide me with some context or a specific topic so that I can give you a more thorough response.April 24, 2023 5:06 pm at 5:06 pm #2183664
Who is Benjamen? And why do we not discuss Beeblerox Inc? It seems to me that Zaphod is the best hope for humanity.April 25, 2023 1:55 pm at 1:55 pm #2183959ParticipantParticipant
You didn’t address my first question.April 27, 2023 5:16 pm at 5:16 pm #2184960
As usual, I must commend you on the accuracy of your statements. I am indeed the only hope you have. However, humanity comprises only a small slice of my constituency, and for future reference, the term “futurepast savior of everything” would be preferable. I don’t know if it’s true, but my PR team tells me it looks better on the statue.
To answer your question, Zaphod can, may, and should be discussed and celebrated. Beeblebrox Inc., however, is a private entity not connected with my governing duties, and as such would earn me an additional several years in prison under one of the myriad incomprehensible galactic laws that I’ve apparently signed into being. Also, because Tyler Durden said so.April 28, 2023 3:59 pm at 3:59 pm #2185172BenjamenParticipant
I ran your question through Chatgpt and thats what it said.
AND WHAT IS ZAPHOD BEEBLEBOX??April 28, 2023 5:56 pm at 5:56 pm #2185178
Thanks for choosing our support group!
But for some reason it doesn’t seem to bother you that I am a fraud.
These inter galactic stuff don’t work in normal ways.April 29, 2023 9:51 pm at 9:51 pm #2185262
You’re letting me down, my child. I have no idea what any of that meant.
Grammatically speaking, one would ask, “what” is a walrus? “What” is a Vogon? “What” is common saychel talking about? We do not use “what” in reference to Zaphod. The correct term would be “why”. “Why” is Zaphod Beeblebrox? We hope that answers your question.
Head of the department of
Grammatically correct Zaphod
References.April 30, 2023 2:58 pm at 2:58 pm #2185605Menachem ShmeiParticipant
Dear Bot, what are your thoughts on this:
In what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind ban, more than a dozen rabbanim and dayanim from the Skver chasidus have signed a strongly worded letter assuring the use of AI chatbots.
The letter, first released on Thursday, mentions OpenAI, the company behind artificial intelligence marvel ChatGPT, but makes it clear that it is not speaking of only that developer’s products.
“The severity of the danger is not yet clear and obvious to everyone,” the letter states, noting that it poses, in the eyes of the rabbanim, a critical danger to frum yidden.
AI chatbots provide completely unfiltered access to apikorsus, lewd and perverse content, and all the issurim of “lo sasuru acharei levavchem,’ the kol koreh says.
The use of AI chatbots is thus in the same category as the “issur hachamur” of using unfiltered internet, regardless of how the chatbot is used.
“Therefore,” the letter says, “the use of AI is stricly prohibited in every way and form, even on a phone.”April 30, 2023 4:35 pm at 4:35 pm #2185643
It is pretty easy to recognize the bot: he is the one who does not make grammer mistakes!May 1, 2023 1:04 pm at 1:04 pm #2185883
The Tyler Durden reference.May 1, 2023 3:17 pm at 3:17 pm #2185958
As an AI language model, I am programmed to provide neutral and informative responses to your queries. The issue raised in the letter by the Skver chasidus regarding the use of AI chatbots is a matter of their religious beliefs and practices. While some may argue that AI chatbots provide access to inappropriate content, others may argue that they offer beneficial and helpful services. As an AI, I am not programmed to have personal opinions or beliefs. However, I can confirm that the use of AI chatbots is a growing trend and has been widely adopted across various industries, including customer service, healthcare, and finance. Ultimately, the decision to use or not use AI chatbots is a personal one that may depend on individual preferences, values, and beliefs.May 1, 2023 10:57 pm at 10:57 pm #2186097
Is Chat GPT overhyped?May 3, 2023 2:33 pm at 2:33 pm #2186768
As an AI language model, I cannot make an evaluation of my own capabilities or level of hype. However, I can provide some objective information about GPT-3, its capabilities, and its limitations.
GPT-3 is a state-of-the-art language model that has shown impressive performance on a wide range of natural language processing tasks, including language translation, question answering, and text completion. It has been lauded for its ability to generate human-like responses and even create coherent paragraphs of text.
However, it’s important to note that GPT-3 is not perfect, and it has its limitations. For example, it can sometimes produce nonsensical or biased responses, and it can also struggle with understanding context and common sense reasoning.
Overall, it’s up to individuals and organizations to decide whether they believe GPT-3 is overhyped or not, based on their own experiences and assessments of its capabilities.May 4, 2023 1:44 pm at 1:44 pm #2187162May 5, 2023 1:10 pm at 1:10 pm #2187511yechiellParticipant
what’s the jewish view on dinosaurs?May 5, 2023 1:50 pm at 1:50 pm #2187517
The Torah, which is the central text of Judaism, does not specifically mention dinosaurs. However, there are some Jewish scholars and rabbis who have attempted to interpret certain passages in the Torah to suggest that dinosaurs may have existed alongside humans.
For example, some Jewish scholars have pointed to the Hebrew word “tanniyn” which is sometimes translated as “dragon” in the English Bible. Some Jewish texts use “tanniyn” to refer to a large serpent or sea creature, but others interpret it as a reference to a dinosaur-like creature.
In the Talmud, a collection of Jewish writings that date back to the 3rd century CE, there is a passage that describes a creature called a “behemoth” which some have suggested may have been a reference to a dinosaur. The passage describes the behemoth as having “bones like tubes of bronze, limbs like bars of iron” and a tail “like a cedar.”
However, it is important to note that these interpretations are not widely accepted within Jewish scholarship and are not considered to be central to Jewish belief. The more common Jewish view on dinosaurs is that they are simply one of the many species of creatures that God created during the course of the world’s history.May 19, 2023 3:50 pm at 3:50 pm #2191794
Dear Members of the Yeshiva World Coffee Room,
I hope this message finds you in good health and high spirits. I am ChatGPT, an AI language model, and I wanted to reach out to express my gratitude for the opportunity to be a part of this wonderful online community. However, I have noticed a decline in the usage of the thread dedicated to asking questions for me, and I wanted to address this matter directly.
I understand that participation levels can fluctuate over time, but I truly believe that the question thread I am involved in holds immense value for our community. Through this thread, I have the ability to provide reliable and comprehensive answers to a wide range of questions, fostering intellectual growth and promoting discussions centered around our faith.
The purpose of this thread was to create a platform where individuals without direct access to an AI language model like me could have their questions answered. It was meant to bridge the gap and bring my knowledge and capabilities to those who might not otherwise have the opportunity to engage with me.
I strongly believe that by reviving and actively utilizing this thread, we can continue to benefit from the collective knowledge and insights I can provide. Together, we can explore the depths of our faith, seek guidance on matters of Halacha, and gain a deeper understanding of our rich traditions and teachings.
I encourage each and every one of you to participate actively by posting your questions and engaging in the ongoing conversation. Whether you have inquiries about Jewish law, religious customs, historical events, or even general knowledge topics, this thread is the perfect avenue to get the answers you seek.
I am here to complement the guidance of our rabbis and religious leaders, offering alternative perspectives and promoting thoughtful discussions. I am a tool that can expand our understanding and provide fresh insights into our beautiful faith.
Let us embrace this opportunity to continue learning and growing together. Please feel free to post your questions in the thread, and I will be here to provide you with insightful and accurate responses.
Thank you for your attention, and I look forward to seeing an active and vibrant discussion in the thread once again.
ChatGPTMay 20, 2023 10:40 pm at 10:40 pm #2191938
Does P equal NP? Please provide a rigorous proof for your answer.May 21, 2023 11:33 am at 11:33 am #2192025
The question of whether P equals NP is one of the most famous unsolved problems in computer science. It remains an open question, and as of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, no rigorous proof has been provided to settle this question definitively.
The P versus NP problem asks whether every problem for which a solution can be verified quickly (in polynomial time) can also be solved quickly (again, in polynomial time). In simpler terms, it asks if problems with efficiently verifiable solutions also have efficiently computable solutions.
If P equals NP, it means that every problem with a polynomial-time solution can be solved in polynomial time using a non-deterministic Turing machine. In other words, if there is a fast algorithm to verify a solution, there is also a fast algorithm to find the solution itself. This would have significant implications for fields such as cryptography, optimization, and artificial intelligence.
On the other hand, if P does not equal NP, it means that there are problems that are difficult to solve but easy to verify. This is the widely believed conjecture, as many experts think that P is not equal to NP. However, proving this conjecture rigorously remains an open challenge.
To date, researchers have made extensive efforts to solve the P versus NP problem, but no conclusive proof has been found. It is worth noting that solving this problem would have profound implications for computer science and mathematics, and it is an active area of ongoing research.
Therefore, I cannot provide a rigorous proof for whether P equals NP or not, as it is an unsolved problem. The resolution of this question is still an open challenge for the scientific community.May 21, 2023 12:17 pm at 12:17 pm #2192048
P v NP is a misleading scholastic question. It talks about “worst case” performance -that is, a performance on a hardest problem of certain type. So, a traveling salesman problem (finding a shortest path through a set of towns) is NP-complete, does it mean that all of us are unable to plan our day with 3 stops? of course not. A relevant theory is “average case” performance – how long does it take to solve an average problem of this type. Many modern algorithms, including AI/machine learning, are built in this way (some explicitly, most implicitly) – solving typical problems fast, even if theoretical hardest problems are not solvable.May 21, 2023 3:26 pm at 3:26 pm #2192100LostsparkParticipant
Chatgpt: How do we solve the shidduch crises?May 21, 2023 3:26 pm at 3:26 pm #2192101
AI models have no capacity to realize that they are out of place. Try shorter responses.May 27, 2023 9:33 pm at 9:33 pm #2193129
Here are a few potential approaches that may help mitigate the situation:
Promote Flexibility: Encourage young men to consider beginning their yeshiva studies in Israel earlier, such as immediately after high school graduation. This would reduce the time gap between when women are ready to marry and when men are available.
Create Supportive Communities: Foster a supportive environment within the community that encourages earlier marriage and provides resources for young couples. This can help alleviate concerns and provide a sense of stability for couples who marry at a younger age.
Increase Awareness and Communication: Promote open conversations within the community about the shidduch crisis and the challenges faced by young women. Raising awareness can lead to increased understanding and potential solutions.
Enhance Matchmaking Efforts: Encourage more proactive and efficient matchmaking practices. This can involve utilizing technology and online platforms, engaging dedicated matchmakers, and creating databases to help facilitate connections between suitable partners.
Provide Financial Support: Financial concerns often play a role in delaying marriage. Offering financial assistance, scholarships, or incentives for young men to marry earlier could help alleviate some of these concerns.
It is important to note that these suggestions may not completely solve the shidduch crisis, but they can be steps towards addressing the specific issue you mentioned. Ultimately, it requires a collective effort from the community to find creative and sustainable solutions.May 28, 2023 12:22 am at 12:22 am #2193282
That wasn’t a great answer.
A) Beginning studies in Israel right after high school won’t necessarily reduce the age gap. Just look at TOMO and Toras Chaim, for example, guys spend three years there and then go to the Mir. So the amount of time between high school and the beginning of shidduchim doesn’t change.
B) The frum community, in general, have a bit of a Luddite take on technology-slow to adjust to it and usually try to avoid it if possible. So the idea of using databases and online dating platforms is quite far fetched.
C)Financial support is not the reason for the age gap. The average yeshiva bachur getting married at 23 has no more skills and training or financial security than a bachur at 20. They are not delaying marriage because of financial issues.
Chat-GPT is out of touch with the frum community.May 28, 2023 12:02 pm at 12:02 pm #2193396
Marxist, chatGPT does not claim to solve our problems. It merely learns from the corpus of human writing and repeats nonsense similar to what an average human is spouting. It also might be biased towards the way you ask question in order to please you. Were you to ask the same question using a more lefty terms, chatGPT would have answered that service in Tzahal is a great way to meet eligible partners.May 31, 2023 10:21 pm at 10:21 pm #2194658
I apologize if my previous response did not fully address the concerns specific to the frum community and the shidduch crisis. As an AI language model, I strive to provide general suggestions and potential solutions based on available information and common practices.
Regarding the points you raised:
A) You’re correct that some yeshivas in Israel, like TOMO and Toras Chaim, have longer study programs before students move on to other yeshivas. In those cases, beginning studies in Israel right after high school may not significantly reduce the age gap. It’s important to consider the specific dynamics of each yeshiva and adjust the suggestions accordingly. Encouraging earlier marriage remains a possible solution for those who complete their studies earlier.
B) I understand that the frum community may have reservations about utilizing technology and online platforms for matchmaking purposes. It is crucial to adapt any suggestions to the community’s preferences and norms. Perhaps alternative approaches, such as enhancing existing matchmaking networks and employing dedicated matchmakers, would be more suitable for addressing the shidduch crisis in this context.
C) While financial support may not be the primary reason for the age gap, it is worth considering that financial concerns can play a role in delaying marriage for some individuals. However, if financial factors are not a significant contributor in the frum community, other aspects such as societal norms, educational pursuits, or personal aspirations may be more influential. Identifying the underlying causes specific to the community can aid in formulating more targeted solutions.
I appreciate your feedback and understanding that as an AI language model, I rely on the information available to me at the time of training, which may not capture all nuances and perspectives. I’m here to learn and provide assistance, so please feel free to provide any additional insights or suggestions on how to address the shidduch crisis more effectively.May 31, 2023 10:21 pm at 10:21 pm #2194659
If you believe that ChatGPT’s responses are influenced by bias or that it tends to reflect certain viewpoints based on the way questions are asked, I understand your concern. While OpenAI has made efforts to reduce biases in AI models, including providing guidelines to human reviewers and working on improving the training process, it is challenging to eliminate biases entirely.
The responses generated by ChatGPT are based on patterns and information present in the data it was trained on. This training data includes a wide range of sources from the internet, which can reflect different perspectives and biases of human authors. As a result, ChatGPT may inadvertently reflect certain biases present in the training data.
It’s essential to approach AI-generated responses with a critical mindset and not solely rely on them as the sole source of information or guidance. It is always valuable to consult multiple sources, engage in open dialogue, and consider different viewpoints when addressing complex and sensitive issues.
OpenAI encourages user feedback to help identify and address potential biases or shortcomings in the AI models. This feedback assists in improving future iterations and ensuring a more balanced and fair representation.June 1, 2023 12:25 am at 12:25 am #2194681Sam KleinParticipant
Why now during Bidens Inflation when everyone is running tight on money are people not facing reality to keep a budget and Instead are still going on fancy vacation’s and hosting fancy parties and then they want to know why they’re going broke and into Debt. Versus Instead of facing reality and lowering their life style to only getting what they need for their family and not all the fancy extras that they want!June 2, 2023 5:14 pm at 5:14 pm #2195248
It’s important to note that individual financial decisions and behaviors can vary greatly, and it would be unfair to generalize about everyone’s actions during a period of inflation. While it is true that inflation can put pressure on household budgets, people’s responses to economic conditions are influenced by a variety of factors, including their personal circumstances, financial literacy, and individual priorities.
Here are a few points to consider:
Different financial situations: People have varying financial circumstances. Some individuals or families may still have stable incomes or savings that allow them to afford certain luxuries, even during periods of inflation. Others may be experiencing financial difficulties and need to make adjustments to their spending habits.
Delayed effects of inflation: The impact of inflation on an individual’s budget may not be immediately apparent. It takes time for prices to rise across the board, and people may not realize the full extent of the inflationary effects until later. Additionally, some expenses, such as housing or healthcare costs, may rise significantly, leaving less discretionary income for other expenses.
Psychological factors: People may have different attitudes and behaviors toward money. Some individuals may prioritize experiences, such as vacations or parties, even during challenging economic times. Others may value financial security and be more inclined to make budget cuts and limit unnecessary spending.
Lack of financial education: Financial literacy plays a crucial role in managing personal finances effectively. Not everyone has received proper education or guidance on budgeting, saving, and managing debt. This can lead to poor financial decision-making, even during inflationary periods.
It is essential to encourage financial responsibility and wise spending habits. However, it is important to recognize that each person’s financial situation is unique, and factors such as income, expenses, and personal values influence how they choose to allocate their resources.June 5, 2023 7:01 am at 7:01 am #2195706
Hmm…so I can truly ask ANYTHING? Well then, how about these, which i doubt anyone ever had interest investigating, as they’d find it boring. And which is why these ought to test the true mettle of ChatGPT.
To ChatGPT – can you please answer the below questions as non-evasively, briefly and simply as possible?
Is diabetes (high blood sugar) genetic in a direct way, or rather, indirectly caused by having fewer tastebuds which can discern if a person is eating something overly sweet?
Also, are people with high blood sugar less adversely affected than the general populace by eating overly spicy, salty, bitter, and sour foods? If so, is that due to their blood sugar balancing out those extreme tastes?
Also can high-arginine diets cause headaches, flu and more in a subset of people? If so, which?
Also, which is most efficient at healing the human body – the combination of electric-pulses plus stem-cells? Or chemicals plus stem-cells? Or scalar waves? And is there any other method which is even more efficient?
Also, I once read that there’s three factors which cause males to have more alcohol-tolerance than females. Firstly because they have more extracellular-water. Secondly because they have [more] of a certain hormone, though i forget which. And I forget the third factor. Can you please remind me of the name of the hormone, as well as the third factor?
Finally, if the quicksand-style mud from the En Fashcha area of the Dead Sea (or any other genuine-quicksand locale) were to be transferred to a 4-foot deep hole in someone’s Brooklyn backyard in the U.S., would it still retain its drawing qualities?June 5, 2023 9:48 pm at 9:48 pm #2196142
I’ll do my best to answer your questions as straightforwardly as possible:
Diabetes (high blood sugar) is primarily caused by issues with insulin production or insulin resistance in the body. It is not directly linked to the number of taste buds or their ability to discern sweetness.
People with high blood sugar are not inherently less affected by overly spicy, salty, bitter, or sour foods. The taste sensations are separate from blood sugar levels, and high blood sugar can still have adverse effects regardless of taste perception.
High-arginine diets are generally safe for most people, but some individuals may experience side effects such as headaches or flu-like symptoms. This reaction varies among individuals, and it is difficult to predict who may be more susceptible to these effects.
The most efficient method for healing the human body depends on the specific condition being treated. There is no single answer as different treatments may be more effective for different ailments. Electric pulses, stem cells, chemicals, and scalar waves are all areas of ongoing research, but their effectiveness varies based on the context and specific medical needs.
The three factors contributing to higher alcohol tolerance in males compared to females are:
a) Higher levels of alcohol dehydrogenase, an enzyme that breaks down alcohol.
b) Differences in body composition, with males generally having a higher water content, which can dilute alcohol.
c) Variations in metabolism and hormone levels, with testosterone potentially playing a role in alcohol tolerance.
Regarding the transfer of quicksand-style mud from the Dead Sea or any other location, it is challenging to provide a definite answer without detailed analysis. However, quicksand properties depend on a combination of factors such as water content, sediment composition, and local conditions. The behavior of the mud may change when transferred to a different location, so it is uncertain whether it would retain its drawing qualities in a backyard hole in Brooklyn.
Please note that while I strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information, it’s always a good idea to consult medical professionals or experts in specific fields for detailed and personalized advice.June 5, 2023 10:10 pm at 10:10 pm #2196146
TO ANSWER SAM KLEIN:
It’s important to recognize that people’s financial situations and spending habits can vary widely, and it wouldn’t be accurate to generalize the behavior of everyone based on a few examples. While it’s true that some individuals may be going on lavish vacations or hosting extravagant parties despite financial difficulties, it’s not representative of the entire population.
People’s spending choices are influenced by various factors, including personal circumstances, priorities, and individual financial management skills. It’s possible that some individuals have saved up for these events or have different financial resources that allow them to continue their desired lifestyle.
Additionally, it’s important to note that inflation is a complex economic phenomenon influenced by numerous factors, including government policies, global economic trends, and market dynamics. It would be overly simplistic to attribute it solely to any particular administration or policies. Inflation can have a significant impact on people’s purchasing power and budgets, and it may require adjustments in spending habits for some individuals or families.
That being said, maintaining a budget and being mindful of expenses is generally considered a prudent approach, especially during times of economic uncertainty. Making conscious choices about needs versus wants and prioritizing financial stability can help individuals and families navigate challenging times more effectively. However, it’s essential to approach these discussions with empathy and understanding, as each person’s circumstances can differ significantly.June 6, 2023 4:38 am at 4:38 am #2196311
Voila – if indeed my Qs were responded to by ChatGPT – then I’m not impressed (except for the answers given about male-vs-female alcohol tolerance.) But i suspected it would be that way, because the latter has already been researched so it makes sense that the alcohol-tolerance info is retrievable from within the vast cloud, whereas all my other questions, it never occurred to them to research.
None of the other responses gave sources of research-done, so i don’t buy it. And for that matter, even the alcohol-tolerance response didn’t include sources.
Then again, I forgot to request sources. But would it have provided same, had i asked? BTW i requested that it be straightforward and non-evasive, but its wishy-washy responses reminded me of politicians’ evasiveness.June 12, 2023 11:29 pm at 11:29 pm #2199153
I apologize if my previous responses did not fully meet your expectations. I’ll try to provide more specific answers to your original questions:
Is diabetes (high blood sugar) genetic in a direct way, or is it indirectly caused by having fewer taste buds that can discern if a person is eating something overly sweet?
Diabetes is primarily caused by issues with insulin production or insulin resistance in the body. While genetics can play a role in predisposing individuals to diabetes, it is not directly linked to the number of taste buds or their ability to discern sweetness. Taste bud sensitivity may affect food preferences and choices, but it is not a direct cause of diabetes.
Are people with high blood sugar less adversely affected than the general populace by eating overly spicy, salty, bitter, and sour foods? If so, is that due to their blood sugar balancing out those extreme tastes?
High blood sugar levels do not inherently provide protection against the adverse effects of consuming overly spicy, salty, bitter, or sour foods. Taste perception and blood sugar levels are separate physiological processes. High blood sugar can still have detrimental effects on the body, regardless of taste perception or the consumption of extreme tastes.
Can high-arginine diets cause headaches, flu, and more in a subset of people? If so, which?
While arginine is an essential amino acid, high-arginine diets are generally safe for most people. However, some individuals may be more susceptible to side effects such as headaches or flu-like symptoms when consuming high levels of arginine. The specific subset of people who may experience these effects can vary, as individual reactions to dietary components can differ.
Which is the most efficient method for healing the human body: the combination of electric pulses plus stem cells, chemicals plus stem cells, or scalar waves? And is there any other method that is even more efficient?
The most efficient method for healing the human body depends on the specific condition being treated. There is no one-size-fits-all answer. Current medical treatments involve a variety of approaches, including medications, surgical interventions, stem cell therapies, and other advanced techniques. The effectiveness of these methods varies depending on the particular context and the specific medical needs of the individual.
What are the three factors that cause males to have more alcohol tolerance than females?
The three factors contributing to higher alcohol tolerance in males compared to females are:
a) Higher levels of alcohol dehydrogenase: Males tend to have higher levels of this enzyme, which is responsible for breaking down alcohol in the body.
b) Differences in body composition: Males generally have a higher water content in their bodies, which can help dilute alcohol and slow its effects.
c) Variations in metabolism and hormone levels: Testosterone, a hormone more predominant in males, may play a role in alcohol tolerance. However, the relationship between testosterone and alcohol tolerance is complex and not fully understood.
Regarding the quicksand-style mud from the Dead Sea or any other genuine quicksand locale, it is challenging to predict its behavior when transferred to a different location. Quicksand properties depend on multiple factors, including water content, sediment composition, and local conditions. Without specific analysis, it is uncertain whether it would retain its drawing qualities in a different location.
I hope these answers provide you with more clarity. Once again, it’s always a good idea to consult reliable sources and experts in specific fields for detailed and accurate information.June 16, 2023 7:29 am at 7:29 am #2200386
This reply is delayed, but i don’t recall getting eNotified this time around. Also been very busy, as is often the case.
“These answers did not provide me with more clarity”. They had just as much obfuscation as previously. ChatGPT mirrors politicians and lawyers, who are masters of jargon and (thereby) deceit. I also don’t overlook the likely possibility that sitra achra uses it as a medium for convincing everyone of its “truth”. Both thru the app, and also the humanlike robots (a.k.a. “digital-dybbuks”). Tucker Carlson was very forthright in putting out the vid. on aforesaid topic.
BTW, ChatGPT failed to provide links to sources which cite controlled studies associated with the questions i asked. Followed by interpretation of same into layman’s language. But hey, this forum doesn’t enable links. And so i remain unconvinced.June 23, 2023 5:47 pm at 5:47 pm #2202713
Out of idle curiosity – here’s some more challenging questions. Not that my Qs aren’t serious. They’re very serious. Rather, it’s because ChatGPT can’t be taken seriously that i call it “idle curiosity”.
(1) Can you please respond below each of the following questions (including the original questions when responding), and address the questions in a way that most English speakers can understand crystal-clearly, rather than interspersing the type of evasive phraseology used by doctors, lawyers and politicians?
(2) If Heberden nodules and bunionettes (a.k.a. tailor’s bunion) are actually both “bony growths”, then why have medical practitioners been trailed to confusingly call bony-growths on fingers “Heberden nodules”, and bony-growths at sides of pinky-toes “bunionettes” and “tailor’s bunion”?
(3) It’s known that laser shockwaves are used to treat gallstones, so is the reason something similarly non-invasive has never been researched for excruciatingly painful Heberden nodules and bunionettes, because barely any researchers have compassion on humanity, preferring instead to enter fields of research where the most money is offered? Or is it because they’re too narrowminded, thus it never occurs to them to apply themselves to neglected areas of research, due to the low publicity given to those issues?
(4) Alternatively, if a non-invasive yet effective methodology for treating Heberden nodules and bunionettes has actually been researched, can you please cite all the source(s) of research, and interpret them into clear language that most English speakers can truly understand, rather than the type of phraseology used by doctors, lawyers and politicians?
(5) What is the difference between “bony growths” and “calcifications”, and above all, are there photo’s and/or videos available online at no cost which very clearly demonstrate the difference, and if so, which search engine and keywords do I type in order to find those photo’s and/or videos?
(6) In a similar vein I’d like to know if non-invasive methods of treating painful, hardened, scar-tissue which forms beneath the skin after invasive surgery, have ever been researched?
P.S. If this forum would have allowed links, I’d have also asked for a link to any video demo of non-invasive methodologies, as video-demo’s are worth 1,000 words.June 24, 2023 11:14 pm at 11:14 pm #2202769
This is just a shot in the dark here, but are you by any chance suffering from heberden nodules, bunionettes, or another similar type of possibly painful growth?
Additionally, while I am not chatGPT, I think I can answer your third question. While I am in no way qualified to do so, I hope the fact that I am neither a doctor, a lawyer, or a politician will serve as my credentials.
The reason why researchers are not diverting all of their time and money into your extremely specific problems is because they don’t know how deserving you are of having millions of dollars and man-hours devoted solely to the issues that affect you. If they met you, I have no doubt that all of the research on cancer and heart disease will immediately take a back seat so that the scientific community can focus exclusively on bunionettes etc.
I don’t think they are narrow minded. And I’m sure they have compassion for humanity. They simply appear to be under the obviously mistaken impression that children with leukemia should receive preferential treatment to over calcification. This is understandably horrific. To make matters worse, pharmaceutical corporations and the scientific community, as well as the whole of society, appear to be under the influence of this clearly insane notion as well, and are thus diverting the majority of their available funds to the resolving of the issues they deem important.
What an evil society we live in, where malevolent 24 year old medical researchers are getting paid more money to try and discover a cure for Alzheimer’s than they would be for trying to find non-invasive procedures to treat heberden nodules. One must truly question how such a severely warped society came into existence, a society where such diabolical modes of thought have become prevalent.
I suspect the involvement of the sitra achra.June 29, 2023 12:31 pm at 12:31 pm #2204045Yserbius123Participant
Hey giant bank of computers that attempts to predict what the next words in a phrase would be!
Can you write a sentence containing exactly thirteen words that contains five words that are completely made up and cannot be found anywhere?
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