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Is the ‘Mandela Effect’ Science, Science Fiction, or Mass Delusion?

What some dismiss as misremembering could be a hint of alternate realities

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IfIf you follow unusual theories online, you’ve probably heard of the Mandela Effect. It’s a phenomenon in which a large group of people remembers a different history than that which we “know” to be true. I put “know” in quotes…

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