"If the Sun spews water it’ll change its core into mire."
It is true people control words. Sounds like a horror fantasy, a dystopian illusion, an unreality, but it exists.
Words express feeling, materialize inner thoughts, and furthermore put in print for our pleasure and imagination to wonder beyond physical expectations. When prescribed in prompts it either adds or takes away the value of one’s potential. I remember being in reading class in grade school when the teacher issued homework, just to test our comprehension skills in a race to explain in front of the class what we’d read. Almost always I ended up being the outcast the one who is either called up first to present my findings, like a clown performing for a circus, or the devil who contests the teachings of sacred textbooks.
My understanding of the texts would never go along with what’s being taught. The majority of my classmates would agree with the teacher’s pedagogy, even though outside of the realm of the classroom they found it interesting to analyze the text differently. Challenging the teacher’s expectations and standards was unheard of. Free-thinking for the most part was apprehended according to the schools’ policy, in other words how teachers taught students determined if they’d passed.
I learned not to always listen to narratives when it comes to a text that requires an in-depth interpretation. I don’t know how everyone else feels about ChatGPT, but A.I. speaking for you is no different than school policy recommending teachers to teach Columbus was the first to discover America. And yet you can utilize A.I. to your advantage as long as laziness doesn’t massage your mental into delusions.
Although at one time the Sun evolved around the Earth: That’s how the majority viewed it, until Galileo came along and challenged the concept. He was persecuted for his gross implications. Both the majority and Galileo comprehended something profound but at the same time looked over: the Sun and Earth complement each other.