What are the best resources explaining the Mandela effect?

  • #1
    Written on October 5, 2017
    Jeremy Fields
    "I was hanging out with my brother and we were having a deep intellectual conversation. I tried to bring up the Mandela effect but couldn't quite explain it in a way that he would understand. I needed to look up a good resource to explain the effect and ended up stumbling upon "22 Crazy Examples Of the Mandela Effect". It is a great article written by Elle Tharp and posted on ranker.com. It was the perfect way for me to help my brother understand the Mandela effect and give him some fun examples of it."
  • #2
    Written on April 9, 2017
    Carl Larson
    "This is a good video. It was fun to watch and had lots of famous examples. I now know a lot more about the Mandela effect. If your looking for information on the Mandela effect then I suggest you give this video a quick look."
  • #3
    Written on March 10, 2017
    Christian Hughes
    "A friend and I were having a conversation and we started to talk about the Mandela effect, but he was trying to explain it to me and his explanations didn't help me at all. I found Conspiracy Theory - The Mandela Effect on YouTube and his videos helped me understand it better."
  • #4
    Written on September 30, 2017
    Karen Pierce
    "This Wikipedia article just mentioned the Mandela effect in a short paragraph. I know Mandela effects is about a false memory but it could have got its own header for easier search to find out more about it. The wiki is quite detailed though and provided me with a lot of information on false memory."
  • #5
    Written on January 17, 2017
    Eugene Guerrero
    "A great article, it is very informative. If your looking for an explanation of the Mandela effect then you need to read this article. It is easy to read and it really opened my eyes to the Mandela effect."
  • #6
    Written on October 5, 2017
    Evelyn Delgado
    "our memory is literally the most unreliable mechanism we have your brain recreates and changes a memory every time you try to remember it things like "captain crunch" and "luke, i am your father" can easily be explained by people quoting the phrases regularly no-one is gonna say "cap'n crunch" and also "luke, i am your father" contextually makes more sense than walking around spouting "no, i am your father" to people"

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Best resources explaining the Mandela effect
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 22 Crazy Examples Of The Mandela Effect Websites 111 Free
2 The Mandela Effect - Examples & Possible Explanation Videos 91 Free
3 Conspiracy Theory - The Mandela Effect Videos 80 Free
4 False memory Websites 71 Free
5 The Mandela Effect Websites 58 Free
6 Are we living in split realities? Videos 37 Free

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