The Mandela effect can be summed up as a large segment of the population recalling something they have seen being different to what they are actually seeing. This could be a scene in a movie, a design, an event, or anything along those lines. The phenomenon was named after Nelson Mandela, who many believed actually died while he was in prison in the 1980’s, he passed away in 2013. It is theorised that people with differing memories have swapped from a universe where their version of the memory was correct.
Of course, a lot of this stuff can be chalked up to false memories. Memory itself isn’t reliable and can change over time, it can also be altered. It is fun to speculate, though. Maybe it’s real, maybe it isn’t. It is fun to speculate. 😆 There are things I remember differently. If you want to read more about the Mandela Effect, click here.
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