Bizarre Reality Shifts - The Mandela Effect

Discussion in 'Unexplained Mysteries' started by nivek, May 18, 2018.

  1. Double Nought Spy

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    Eleanor Roosevelt was very famous and we've all heard a lot about her. Delano is an unusual name that sounds an awful lot like Eleanor. Both were usually followed immediately by Roosevelt for many years, at least until Eleanor Rigby appeared in the news. That's a small bit of confusion, and of a very common type.
     
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  2. pigfarmer

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    That's probably it. Genuinely caught me by surprise that anyone thought differently.
     
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  3. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    I had not considered that before, I think you nailed it, at least as far as I'm concerned...The similarity in the sound of those two names spoken and somewhat similar parts of spelling in those two words would explain perfectly why I think of the name as Delanor instead of Delano...Likely its from an older memory of mine from when I was younger and back then did not pay attention to that detail and in so doing or lack there of I carried that incorrect spelling and pronunciation along with me ever since never questioning it until this thread...

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  4. pigfarmer

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    I know I'm kind of a balloon popper but it was almost literally in my back yard. In the very very rare cases where I can go take a look myself I do. And yet no doubt someone somewhere will add 'Delanor' to their list of things that prove this Effect is real.
     
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  5. Shadowprophet

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    The Mandela effect. You guys will think I'm dissing on this topic. But I do dislike it. Not because it's bogus, but because of every video I ever did, This was my claim to fame, I could speak science eternally to the masses, but nothing ever caught on like my Mandela Video. The Youtube algorithm would only allow my Mandela content to thrive.

    I came to hate this topic. There is some truth to it. But It's such a wildfire pop culture event that 80 percent of it is bullshit. It's like a consuming monster, You want to be creative? You want to discuss real science, Too bad, You have to talk about interdimensional demons and shadow valley. :(

    It's like wanting to be an artist but all people want are photographs of oranges.

    I don't want to ruin this for people. I just feel if anybody has a right to chuck a tomato at this one topic, It's me,

    Tomato thrown.
     
  6. Kchoo

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    Mandela effect...
    When you swear the Green Giant was the choice of canned green beans in your home and your mom says no, I never bought that brand.... she opened the cabinet and pulled out a can... Del Monte. “This has Always been the one we get...”
     
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  7. Shadowprophet

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    Don't mind me, but the problem I have with the Mandela effect is many people completely exclude the science for lack of grasping a multiverse concept, So they change their version of the Mandela effect to, Look, This logo used to be spelled this way, Now it's spelled this way!! Wow proof of another reality, Because surely everyone can spell perfectly and typoes never happen and logos, Well they never change. :/



    I don't want to rain on peoples parade, I will just bow out of this topic now :/
     
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  8. Toroid

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    Well done! I believe it was Delanor and as I write that name a red line appears under it because the word isn't recognized. When typing it into Google search it appears probably because there's been other people looking up the apparent anomaly. Maybe something happened with his parents that they picked that name instead of Delanor. It reminds me of MIB 3 where they're watching the baseball game and the narrator is telling them about the little nuances that had to fall into place for them to win.

    www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ok3LOXvOYg
     
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  9. Double Nought Spy

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    What does not get discussed much, and I wish it would, is the science of how our perceptions actually work as opposed to how we think they do. There is a ton of science on that, but it's just not as sexy as imaginary glitches in the matrix. Damned interesting, though. Maybe this will help: Various spy agencies around the world have paid attention to the way we perceive things and the limits of our senses in relationship to the psychology of how we fill in the "blank spots", in a surprisingly successful way. It actually works!
     
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  10. Shadowprophet

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    You make a great point, And I've been studying a little on this, I still need to study more, But, There are some interesting things about how perceptions actually work, It seems even in our eyes we have neurons, Lab 1 Neurohistology - Neurons The neurons actually help our brains process information before the visual is even sent to the brain itself. Things like Distance and depth, Acceleration, are actually processed in the eye before the visual information is even sent to the brain.

    In 2014, A large group of Gamers helped construct the first full neural pathways to the eye in three dimensions and this was achieved by making a game out of the rendering software.



    You can actually play this game yourself if anyone wishes. Explore | EyeWire

    This was just my quick take on the subject, Truly discussing perception and dispelling myths about it will require a lot of study. This subject isn't casual, It's bleeding-edge science, And honestly, I need to brush up before I can even tackle this brother.
     
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  11. spacecase0

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    assumptions that people have are so set in stone that they can't challenge them at all.
    the nature of time is so set for most people.
    physics experiments show fascinating things about how time works, yet the implications in our lives seem to go un noticed
    when something is changed, it is changed throughout all of time.
     
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  12. Shadowprophet

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    It seems like we discussed time once, And it was an interesting discussion, If you ever start a thread on time, I'd love to discuss it with you, And I promise upfront, I just want to hear your take on it, Everyone knows my take on time and that's not what I'm looking to discuss, So, I'd like to hear yours sometime.
     
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  13. Sheltie

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    I've been reading a lot lately and watching videos about the holographic universe and how it relates to the idea that time is an illusion and how everything actually happens at once. Unfortunately, I'm too right-brain to understand a lot of the really abstract theories about time and space.
     
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  14. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    For most cases, but not all. IMHO
     
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  15. pigfarmer

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    Delano is a family name that goes back quite a ways.
     
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  16. Double Nought Spy

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    Well sure, now it does. :wink8:
     
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  17. nivek

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    There is one person I know here who has read this book, that could verify one way or the other on this title, he actually recommended it to me to read over 20 years ago, @cosmic joke ...

    ...
     
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  18. The shadow

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    there was a day not to long ago I swear both rikki and I heard reports that the United states had left south Korea and there were concerns that the north was about to attack.
    our twins heard no such reports. when I realised it was not happening i was confused even now I swear we both heard it on the radio at least 3 times.
     
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  19. spacecase0

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    here is my thread on time
    feel free to start one on this forum if you want to talk about it over here
     
  20. Rikki

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    I recall hearing FDR referred to as Franklin Dalenar Roosevelt. I recall watching this old show listen to how his name is said!


    Blessed Be
    Rikki
     
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