‘The Mandela Effect’ Film is Real and Not a Culprit of the Mandela Effect

Let’s rewrite the simulation

Alexander Razin
SH0TGUN

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Our minds misremember things, so we invent theories to understand our faulty memories. Take the Mandela Effect, for example. Fiona Broome coined the idea after she thought Nelson Mandela died in prison during the 1980s. She asks the internet what they thought, and they, too, remember Nelson dying in the ‘80s.

However, this wasn’t the case. Yet, other people pointed out different anomalies comparable to Nelson Mandela. One notable example of the Mandela Effect is The Berenstain Bears. Many remember Berenstein, not Berenstain. Or take the Fruit of Loom logo, which had a cornucopia instead of only fruit.

I, too, became a culprit to The Berenstain Bears Mandela effect. Still, in the back of my mind, I knew it was Berenstain Bears and not Berenstein. I had difficulty pronouncing the name as a child, so no wonder I thought of Berenstein rather than Berenstain.

Regardless, the Mandela Effect questions whether there are parallel universes, given how we recall things. Our crossed memories mean we traveled into another world where Looney Tunes is Tunes, not Toons. Some scientists have theorized parallel universes to see if they truly exist to explain the phenomenon. Unfortunately, leading scientists haven’t…

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Alexander Razin
SH0TGUN

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