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Very weird theory that I found on the Internet

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posted on Jul, 9 2015 @ 07:57 AM
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Dropping by to catch up, been reading a few new books that have nothing to do with this topic.

I actually enjoy life so much more when I stay away from this subject, hard to do... I keep finding other changes that annoy me.

I no longer look for answers, just adapt to the changed info and keep rolling through life. One of the more recent things I have come across is the Great Lakes are all fresh water... I remember them being know as the Great Salt Lakes. Used to live in Minneapolis, Minnesota and have been to several of the lakes boating and swimming. Mind Blown.

Just another thing I have no answers for and find less concerning at this point.




posted on Jul, 17 2015 @ 09:43 AM
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a reply to: Speculation

It sounds like you are confusing the Great Lakes with the Great Salt Lake located in Utah.



posted on Aug, 22 2015 @ 11:10 PM
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I just discovered this today and my mind is blown! I mean, I've had some pretty bizarre experiences and learned some pretty amazing things over the years but this, as small as it seems, has me quite beside myself with shock, disbelief and discomfort.

While listening to someone on YouTube talk about various occult issues he happened to mention briefly at the end about "The Berenstein Bears" being spelled "-ain" instead of "-ein." At first I thought this was an elaborate hoax, but after looking up various "Berenstein/-ain" books online I realized this was true! I have vivid memories from my childhood of reading the "Berenstein Bears" books or having them read to me by my parents (and my sister too!) I clearly remember being confused over the name because of the "-ein" part. I remember different parents pronouncing it differently. But now, all of those memories never happened? Not only was it "-ain" all along, but those other memories which connect to it being "-ein" are erased from time, only held to my own memory?

I emailed my father because he's a scholarly man, a critically praised writer and very good with words and remembering such details. If anyone would remember "The Berenstein Bears," it would be him! I heard back and reading his reply was surreal...he actually REMEMBERS it being "-ain!" He suggested that I may have encountered "ein" elsewhere in my childhood and got them confused. I've read in the comments to one video where someone suggested that this is a prime example of people not paying attention to the spelling of things! My father and others are clearly remembering it -"ain," and are making logical suggestions for how the rest of us are getting it wrong. But it doesn't work for me because of my vivid memory of the spelling (due to how it confused me as a child, and parents as well.)

But it didn't stop there...as I looked more into this "parallel dimension rift" or whatever it is, I discovered that "Sex in the City" is now "Sex and the City." Being a guy and not really interested in that sort of program, I never watched it, but I watched a lot of TV back then and I vividly remember seeing it advertised a great deal. In no way do I have any doubt that it was "in" and not "and."

And then, the biggest shock of all: New Zealand MOVED! It used to be to the northwest of Australia. Australia was always at the bottom of the map! It's as if they traded positions! This blew my mind more than anything because we're talking about large pieces of land changing positions on the earth! I'm not sure if this makes me feel sad or scared. I'm just so...beside myself. I know what I remember, and this isn't how it was.

Another point people make is that Nelson Mandela died a long time ago, not recently. My memory of this is more vague, and I never knew much about Mandela to be honest, but I remember believing he had died. I was surprised to learn when he was released from prison, and embarassed (although I kept it to myself) because I was sure he'd died a long time ago. Hell, he was only ever talked about in the past tense! That's what I remember, though.

So yeah, I know this is old news to many of you. I've been away from ATS. Glad to be back! If there is any place where this kind of weirdness can be discussed, it's here. Glad to see I'm not alone in this!





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posted on Aug, 22 2015 @ 11:16 PM
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I remember Berenstein Bears, the T.V. show and story book...T.T



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 12:06 AM
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I clearly remember it as Berenstein and so do my friends and Sister and everyone I know.



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 12:07 AM
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a reply to: Night Star

Then I would recommend that you return to your proper timeline. Post haste.



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 12:50 AM
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It's always been '-stain' to me.



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 01:21 AM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Night Star

Then I would recommend that you return to your proper timeline. Post haste.


LOL! I might if I knew how.



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 03:37 AM
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Also, Fruit Loops cereal was always spelled that way: "Fruit Loops," never "Froot Loops."

And then there is the word "definitely," which I remember being taught in school was spelled: "definately." It was pronounced: "de-fin-at-ly." This is a "definate" change in reality. This I actually noticed a while back while I was doing creative writing. I just ignored this because I had more important matters to deal with, but I definately remember what I was taught (pun intended.)
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posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 07:08 AM
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Tell me, what does finate mean? Now what does finite mean? Did the root language get changed too? It sounds like you either remember it wrong or had a very poor teacher.

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posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 06:44 PM
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originally posted by: raymundoko
Tell me, what does finate mean? Now what does finite mean? Did the root language get changed too? It sounds like you either remember it wrong or had a very poor teacher.

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That's how I remember it. The Berestein Bears book name didn't just change, but the family name and thus their family history. The same may go for this word. This is how I remember it.



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 07:13 PM
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Do you remember the defination?



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 08:05 PM
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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Night Star

Then I would recommend that you return to your proper timeline. Post haste.


Lol,

I really have no comment on these name confusion, but who knows this could be some mass realization of a "glitch in the timeline".

Peace



posted on Aug, 23 2015 @ 11:08 PM
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That`s pretty weird as I too remember "Sex in the city" and then it was not anymore. I never really gave it much thought and just made myself believe I was mistaken. But now that you have mentioned it, I do remember the title and questioning myself this.

On Berenstain/ein Bears I have this:



Glitch or not...you decide...

I also remember Gérard Depardieu, french actor being reported moving to Russia to avoid high taxes, then got sick there and died. It was all over the news and other people remeber it too. Now it happens that he is alive but he did move to Russia. Weird. I have found a website on this matter:

en.mediamass.net...

But how I remeber it happened somewhere in 2013.



posted on Aug, 24 2015 @ 02:24 AM
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Thanks for sharing the pic!

"Sex in the City" is one of those titles that stands out, for more reasons than one. It grabbed your attention because it was an unusual title. It sounds filthy the first split second you see or hear it because your sub-consciousness immediately equates it to "sex in the car" or "sex in the garage." Your logic clues in though and you realize that it means "sex which takes place in a city." But for that first second it grabs your attention. Even though I never saw the show I always thought the title was very clever.

I'm not personally familiar with Gérard Depardieu, but many other people are remembering similar things about well-known figures around the world (in regards to when they died, or even how.)



posted on Aug, 24 2015 @ 05:10 AM
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Did you even read the thread? That's a fake picture made by a reddit user. I included the original as well as the photoshopped version.

Also, it was never sex in the city. More then likely poor pronunciation threw people off as many accents shorten and to an. Since an doesn't make sense in that context people who did read the title clearly self corrected it to in.

Hold me close young tony danza.

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posted on Aug, 24 2015 @ 05:15 AM
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Pic is fake.

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posted on Aug, 24 2015 @ 05:31 AM
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Okay, here's some real evidence of the spelling I remember:

Wiki talk page. Scroll down to the "Spellings" section.
en.wikipedia.org...

Google search, minus "Berenstain": 1 730 000 results
www.google.no...=berenstein+bears+-berenstain

Urban dictionary top answer
nb.urbandictionary.com...

1985 TV Guide "Berenstein"
ptl.stparchive.com...

Numerous news/TV guide clippings with "Berenstein"
berensteinbears.weebly.com...

NASA Page mentions "Stan and Jan Berenstein"
www.nsa.gov...

University of UCA spells books and authors "Berenstein"
uca.edu...
uca.edu... (questionnaire)

Jewish Federation article on children's literacy on "Berenstein Bears"
www.jewishla.org...

Public readings, Stan and Jan "Berenstein" mentioned on Pg. 7
www.fcps.edu...

Science Curriculum Unit Planner for Arlington Public School ("Berenstein Bears" by Stan and Jan "Berestein")
www.apsva.us...

tickets for "Berenstein" musical
www.ticketmaster.co.nz...

spelling confusion on abebooks
www.abebooks.com...

Tales to Play - The "Berenstein Bears" Dice Game - Barnes&Noble misspell
www.barnesandnoble.com...



old news story publications with "Berenstein Bears"
news.google.com...
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news.google.com...
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news.google.com...
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Note: Some of these were submitted by ATS members on this thread, some from other sites and a bunch of them I found.



posted on Aug, 24 2015 @ 06:11 AM
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Did YOU read the spelling section?


Back to our authors. Which is more likely correct:
1) Blah, blah, blah aliens/multiverse/space god.
99) Barely literate young kids misunderstand an uncommon name, don't see the name for a few decades, begin to assume the name fits the common ______stein pattern.
You are free to believe whatever you'd like. We report what reliable sources say. All reliable sources say the name is, was and always will be Berenstain. Yes, all of the sources were corrupted by the aliens/multiverse/spacegod. Too bad. Suck it up and move on. - SummerPhDv2.0 01:13, 8 August 2015 (UTC)


Also take note of WHEN that conversation was started...

It's always been Berenstain. Spell check ruined it on the Internet, but the books are there. Always BERENSTAIN.

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posted on Aug, 24 2015 @ 10:59 AM
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Also, your searches are all specifically for the misspelling. If you search for the correct spelling you will see articles from the same time periods with the CORRECT spelling. Now guess which spelling has the MOST articles??? BERENSTAIN.

You are engaging in cherry picking.



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