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Conspiracies can be fun. Thinking that we’re living in the Matrix is a fun break for the monotony of our work lives. However, conspiracies can also be extremely dangerous. We see this more often nowadays, where a conspiracy takes over a friend’s life and strips them of their trust in their surroundings.
Today’s prompt is focused on helping in these situations. ChatGPT has access to an unbelievable amount of information (and even more if you have the Browsing model in hand), and this information can be used to help identify fallacies and gaps in conspiracy logic.
Recommended AI model: Browsing, GPT-4 or GPT-3.5 (Access all via ChatGPT)
Someone I know believes in a conspiracy about [ DETAILS ABOUT CONSPIRACY HERE ]. Please provide me with the following. 1. A quick, casual, and fun explanation about why the conspiracy is false 2. Methods I can take to help convince them that the conspiracy doesn’t make logical sense 3. Factual statistics or studies that prove the conspiracy is false 4. Repudiations to common “facts” about this conspiracy believe Please quote your sources, and provide links to additional resources when available.
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