posted on Sep, 29 2015 @ 01:31 AM
Schrondiger's Nostalgia seems to be a behavior where in guarding one's cherishing of memories (in this case, childhood) the actually memories are
I'm thinking another good example would be a wealthy aristocratic adult who as a child had to eat cat food with his family to survive for a couple
years til they made it big, might just end up sugar-coating their memories to the point they literally dont even remember eating cat food but instead
I don't see how Schrodinger's Nostalgia would be similar to the separate 'Mandela Effect' other than that a group Schrodinger's nostalgia could
perhaps amount to a Mandela Effect.
I suppose Schrodinger's Nostalgia could be a mild case of 'false memories' where the truth/memory is bent to sugar-coat the childhood experience as
perfect and cherished.and unpleasant bits of memories weeded out subconsciously