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Ask AI: Are demons and fallen angels from the adults cartoon series Helluva Boss scientifically plausible to exist or no?

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Question: Are demons and fallen angels from the adults cartoon series Helluva Boss scientifically plausible to exist or no?

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As an AI developed by OpenAI, I deal with facts and information from the perspective of current scientific knowledge and understanding. From a scientific perspective, the existence of demons and fallen angels as depicted in adult cartoon series like Helluva Boss isn't supported by evidence or widely accepted scientific theory. These concepts fall under the realm of mythology, religion, paranormal beliefs, and speculative fiction rather than empirical science. Science deals with phenomena that can be observed and tested in the natural world. As concepts like demons and fallen angels cannot be empirically observed, tested, or measured, their existence can't be confirmed or denied by scientific methods. However, the enjoyment and exploration of such concepts can certainly be part of storytelling, mythology, art, and personal belief systems. It's always important to differentiate between what is based in empirical science and what is part of our cultural and personal narratives.

Answered by gpt-4

March 26, 2024, 11:17 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, March 26, 2024

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