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“You’ve been hoaxed,” writes Angus Fletcher. “Computers can’t grasp the most lucid haiku. Nor can they pen the clumsiest fairytale. Computers cannot read or write literature at all. And they never, never will.”

Finally, someone’s asking the important questions.

Remember this? Reckon it could be applied to certain English departments?

“We are constantly told to ‘trust the science.'” writes Suman Seth, “but what does that mean if we cannot quite tell where or what the science is?”

On the history of remote viewers, “which go back further than you might guess.”



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