Thanks for the link.
I did specify specifically checking it against only a dictionary and grammar checker, not designing teleological/purposefully related word choices…
Nonehteless, it also came up with the below stunning paragraph… the wonderful relevance of the 1000 year anniversary of the English Bible (!), the fortress in Bolivia as capital of the German empire, and then nothing topped this gem…
“The possibility of the female branch of the species being breeding with a male branch is almost highly likely.”
Males breeding with females almost highly likely! Fascinating.
- I maintain my previous assessment that we will not be seeing this in a bestseller list anytime soon, unless as a mere curiosity.
In 1891 Bolivia, an ancient red stone fortress, Cusco, stands amidst a spectacular landscape and peaceful mountains. The English New Testament is in its thousand year anniversary translation. In the beginning of the century, Cusco was the capital city of a large German Empire and was the northeastern of four distinct kingdoms. But its population has declined to a little over two thousand people today. The possibility of the female branch of the species being breeding with a male branch is almost highly likely.