SpongeBob Predicted the Heat Death of the Universe

Jeremy Watt
June 10, 2023, 2:15 a.m.
Posted in Watt Report


The end of the world has been a hot internet topic for some time now. Admittedly, discourse usually involves unreliable rumors and conspiracy theories. However, this latest "end of world theory" has far too much evidence to deny.

It all started on a popular YouTube stream known as AI Sponge. This stream uses advanced AI technology in order to create an infinite amount of SpongeBob episodes. 

The system is similar to ChatGPT. Advanced research technology is used in order to carefully fact check all information and in turn create realistic conversations between SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, and other characters from the universe.

However, one conversation a few days ago was a little strange. SpongeBob started the episode off with a standard, "Hi Squidward". Squidward responded by repeating the phrase: "August 12th 2036, the heat death of the Universe".



This went on for minutes, leaving many viewers of the stream terrified and in shock.

To clear up confusion, Squidward explains the details in more depth during a later episode of the show.

While working at the Krusty Krab, Squidward states that the Heat Death is an event where the universe becomes so hot that all matter is destroyed. Apparently, this will be caused by the God of destruction known as Angel Dust

Luckily, Squidward also provided a solution. According to him, in order to prevent the heat death, we must provide Angel Dust with human sacrifices. SpongeBob was quick to volunteer.
 

The scary part is that these conversations were all generated by a highly intelligent AI. As previously stated, this AI uses careful research and fact checking to create conversations with accurate information. This leads me, and many others, to believe there is a high chance the heat death is real.

So what do we do? For now, I would suggest we find as many people as possible who are willing to be a human sacrifice. If you are up to the job, let us know in the comment section below.
 

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