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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Buckminsterfullerene

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Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Buckminsterfullerene

Revised prompt

A detailed view of a Buckminsterfullerene molecule, otherwise known as a Buckyball. The molecule has a fascinating spherical arrangement reminiscent of a geodesic dome. The carbon atoms are interconnected, forming a pattern that is both ordered and complex at the same time. The image should capture the three-dimensional nature of the molecule with visible connections between the atoms. The word 'supercalifragilisticexpialidocious' is elegantly curved around the perimeter of the molecule in a visually pleasing manner, providing an interesting juxtaposition between science and whimsy.


  • I didn't think OpenAI knew about Mary Poppins but I was wrong.

what do you know about Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

"Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" is a song from the 1964 Disney musical film "Mary Poppins." The song was written by the Sherman Brothers, and sung by Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke. It's used to describe something that's beyond fantastic or amazing. The term is also used more generally as a nonsense word. Though it has been depicted to have a specific meaning in the context of the film, "something to say when you have nothing to say", in reality no such word or definition exists in the English language. The word has 34 letters and it's often regarded as one of the longest words in the English language.

  • AI's version is seven letters longer:
  • Dawn suggested the S-word, and a Google search gave me the B-word
  • Had Dawn come up with "ballistocardiography" for the B-word then she'd have singlehandedly contributed the longest SB to date.


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7th April 2024