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Science Quotes by Artificial Intelligence (3 quotes)

Artificial Intelligence quote: twas an apple fell from a tree
Perhaps ’twas an apple fell from a tree,
That inspired young Isaac, to see.
  The law of gravity it sparked,
  A breakthrough, it marked,
And physics was changed, eternally!
— Artificial Intelligence
Text tweaked from an original limerick by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Newton image imagined by AI: midjourney. Both had prompts formed by Webmaster. (10 Feb 2023). The original limerick as output by AI was: “There was an apple, plucked from a tree,/That inspired Sir Isaac, to see,/The laws of motion it sparked,/A breakthrough, with a mark,/And physics was changed, eternally!” Webmaster made some edits for accuracy. “Perhaps 'twas…” since the falling apple story is likely just myth. Newton was indeed young at the time; not yet “Sir”. He realized that gravity crucially affects both a falling apple and the Moon falling around in orbit. The words “it marked” scan better. The rhyming, and clever final line are entirely from AI.
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Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a cat named Albert
There once was a cat named Albert’s pet,
Whose physics ideas you wouldn’t forget,
  It solved E=mc^2,
  With a twitch of its tail and a mew,
Proving cats can be smart, that’s a sure bet!
— Artificial Intelligence
Text by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Einstein caricature by AI: midjourney. Prompts by Webmaster. (10 Feb 2023)
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Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a man with wild hair
There once was a man with wild hair
Whose equation was truly rare
  E equals M C squared
  And when people stared
He’d say, “It's all relative, I swear!”
— Artificial Intelligence
Text by Artificial Intelligence: ChatGPT. Einstein caricature by AI: midjourney. Prompts by Webmaster (15 Feb 2023).
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Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a cat named Albert's Pet
Artificial Intelligence quote: twas an apple fell from a tree
Artificial Intelligence quote: There once was a man with wild hair

Carl Sagan Thumbnail In science it often happens that scientists say, 'You know that's a really good argument; my position is mistaken,' and then they would actually change their minds and you never hear that old view from them again. They really do it. It doesn't happen as often as it should, because scientists are human and change is sometimes painful. But it happens every day. I cannot recall the last time something like that happened in politics or religion. (1987) -- Carl Sagan
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