The text seems devoid of useful information and mostly repeats the same points a few different ways, but it's still remarkable how human-like it is. It's the sort of thing an 8th grader or a (very) lazy college student would write.
Here's one of the better written paragraphs:
I've found that the best way to get into the habit of creative thinking is to engage in it daily. This can be done by setting aside a certain amount of time each day (or week if you need more time) to do something creative. You can start off small by committing to do one activity each day. For example, you could spend 15 minutes drawing each day or spend an hour writing. Once you get into the habit of doing one creative activity each day, you can increase the amount of time you spend.
Liam's post on the results of the experiment.