There seems to be a consensus that ChatGPT answers should be deleted.
What about questions that are essentially "ChatGPT told me X. Is X correct?"
This question is a long exposition about some responses from ChatGPT about antenna models. The asker claims to want to know about antenna models, but nearly all of the text references ChatGPT. Many comments from the asker feign surprise that many comments (including a number of them from me) are about ChatGPT rather than antenna models. Many of the commenters are exasperated with all the references to ChatGPT in the question.
This has happened to other questions. A question that should have been about some subject X turns into a mess of explaining why ChatGPT cannot answer questions with a mix of attempts at answering the question and explaining what ChatGPT got wrong.
In this case, the asker seems to have gone straight to ChatGPT to "learn" about antenna models rather than cracking open a book to see real explanations because that would take too long. (See the comments under the question.)
Should we just close ChatGPT driven questions with a general "ChatGPT don't know Jack," or is there a better way to handle them?