Some people simply seem to lose all sense of reality. Seeing it take place is somewhat depressing. People who suffer from mental illness frequently become disconnected from reality. One such instance of mental instability is believing inanimate objects are real and the same as people.
As artificial intelligence (AI) advances, mentally unstable people will have a more terrifying window of inanimate opportunity. Blake Lemoine, a former Google developer, was demoted because he thought an artificial intelligence (AI) dubbed LaMDA had the capacity to feel sentient.
Lemoine thought LaMDA should hire legal counsel. In terms of artificial intelligence, that is an example of someone straying from reality. One woman, though, had a much more unsettling degree of mental detachment.
This woman truly fell “head over heels” for an inanimate object. Now, full-sized dolls may be perceived as perverted, but this lady at least married her fake beau. Meirivone Rocha Moraes proclaimed that she had found her soul mate.
Well, that’s not the end of this bizarre story. Not even close. It seems that said husband fictitiously impregnated “Mrs.” Moraes. Yep, you heard that correctly. For "the baby's sake," Moraes eventually married her soul mate.
She now calls her raggedy hubby her husband. Meirivone Rocha Moraes and Marcelo, her raggedy hubby, have produced a bouncing raggedy baby. Meirivone claims Marcelo is the trophy husband. The way Meirivone speaks about her raggedy hubby is a real eye-opener.
She poetically described him in a rather bizarre context. “He doesn't fight with me, he doesn't argue, and he just understands me. Marcelo is a great and faithful husband. He is such a man, and all women envy him.”
Evidently, Meirivone’s mom made Marcelo, and it was “love at first sight.” But what might be the single-most blatant sign that sincere mental illness exists, is how the baby came about. Meirivone said Marcelo didn’t use a condom. Okay, that sounds like too much information.
She went on to talk about her painless delivery and how she saw an umbilical cord and blood. Maybe instead of making her daughter rag dolls who become husbands, Meirivone’s mom should make her an appointment to see a reputable psychiatrist, just saying.