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Mandela Effect: I come from an Earth where evolution took a slightly different turn

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posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 06:47 AM
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Last time I checked stuff like this was here or here.

Things really have changed!




posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 07:55 AM
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You know what there must be something in this Mandela effect...I remember people were not gullible fools generally....
edit on 15-8-2016 by TheKnightofDoom because: (no reason given)



posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 03:27 PM
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I beleive in the effect. I mean there was once a time people were respectful and polite on ATS.

Anyways...

I'm not convinced on the Mandela Effect but I'm I retested in those who do and why. Forgive me for maybe misunderstanding, but if you perceive notable differences between two different timelines, wouldnt it be possible to take the Good things from it to alter the bad?




posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 06:46 PM
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originally posted by: Agartha

originally posted by: watchitburn
I don't believe you.

You'll need some better evidence than that.


There's never going to be any evidence as he's already stated his anatomy changed suddenly in 2014. Then the other ME believers will come and say it's not bad memory or poor education, but a 'feeling' that tells them they are correct and we are wrong not believing it...... same thing happens in all the Mandela threads.

I think this Mandela Effect is getting ridiculous now.


The thing is the "believers' are not interested in you or what you believe. You lot however seem fixated on what "believers" believe and the reoccuring theme I see is a circle jerk of the same "skeptic" posters, foaming at the mouth, making lame jokes, kicking in open doors and patting each other on the back basically trolling Skunk Works threads.

I call it the "Mandela Effect Effect" and it seems to affect the fragile "skeptic" minds more than the ME does a "believer".



posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 06:47 PM
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a reply to: Orborus

Thanks for posting OP!



posted on Aug, 15 2016 @ 06:56 PM
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a reply to: and14263

Seems to fit perfectly in this sub-forum, Skunk Works.



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Could you stop trolling this legitimate thread?



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 02:22 AM
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a reply to: TheMaxHeadroomIncident

Did you Google the 'primary colours'?

I mean, woah, dude, they've actually, like literally CHANGED the primary colours. I mean WTF?



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 07:57 AM
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a reply to: Orborus




Please note: my own body changed on me. My arms seem strangely shorter, my fingers shorter, my thighs longer, my abdomen longer, my breasts higher, my nipples smaller, my neck shorter, my face looks different, my genitals are different.


yeah now that would be something you would notice the moment you wake up.

Yet




Throughout 2015 I was wondering what was up with my body (felt like I was at once thinner and yet bulkier, plus heaps of allergies I've never had in my life), once I checked male human anatomy and how different it was since I last checked (might have been a couple of years ago), I started to piece it all together.



Now this either shows that you have very little knowledge of your own body or are simply lying to yourself and us the readers.

The changes you mention wouldn't be something you wonder about over a year, its something that you notice immediately.

Your a male, right?

Changes in the length of arms and genitals?

This is something I would notice the first instance I go to the toilet unzip and proceed to my business.

Having shorter arms would be quite noticeable when you unzip and go to hold your junk to urinate, after the shock of instantly realizing your arms have shortened as urinating is something you do daily, once at least we jump to the claim of your genitals have changed, this would also be quite a shock, you handle them daily to urinate, its not something that would make you wonder over a year.




Take a look at this dog: See the back legs? They were never bowed out like that in my universe. Dogs back legs were much bigger/longer in my universe, had stronger thighs - their legs didn't give way as they do in this universe.


That actual dog or just dogs in general in your universe?

Here, in this reality its quite common for dogs to look different.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 10:50 AM
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naw ye didnae....
thats what i think about when i hear about the mandela effect.

www.youtube.com...



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 10:53 AM
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originally posted by: JDeLattre89
How come the 'parallel' picture is the one that appears right to me?


Probably because most people never paid attention to (or learned about) the floating ribs. So their memory does what memories do -- fills in the blanks with assumptions.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 11:20 AM
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originally posted by: and14263
a reply to: TheMaxHeadroomIncident

Did you Google the 'primary colours'?

I mean, woah, dude, they've actually, like literally CHANGED the primary colours. I mean WTF?


The primary colors are different depending upon the color model, and whether one is discussing additive or subtractive colors.

This explains part of it: www.eetimes.com...



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 11:24 AM
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a reply to: Orborus

S+F ...Made a thread about internal organs changing locations you might find interesting.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 11:40 AM
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originally posted by: Greggers

originally posted by: JDeLattre89
How come the 'parallel' picture is the one that appears right to me?


Probably because most people never paid attention to (or learned about) the floating ribs. So their memory does what memories do -- fills in the blanks with assumptions.


That doesn't explain why it looks right to him, does it......nice sneeky insult though.

Someone who "didn't pay attention" could just as easily "assume" that the correct one is correct.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 12:19 PM
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originally posted by: InhaleExhale
a reply to: Orborus




Throughout 2015 I was wondering what was up with my body (felt like I was at once thinner and yet bulkier, plus heaps of allergies I've never had in my life), once I checked male human anatomy and how different it was since I last checked (might have been a couple of years ago), I started to piece it all together.



Now this either shows that you have very little knowledge of your own body or are simply lying to yourself and us the readers.

The changes you mention wouldn't be something you wonder about over a year, its something that you notice immediately.

Your a male, right?

Changes in the length of arms and genitals?

This is something I would notice the first instance I go to the toilet unzip and proceed to my business.

Having shorter arms would be quite noticeable when you unzip and go to hold your junk to urinate, after the shock of instantly realizing your arms have shortened as urinating is something you do daily, once at least we jump to the claim of your genitals have changed, this would also be quite a shock, you handle them daily to urinate, its not something that would make you wonder over a year.


Actually it is something that made me wonder for over a year, but I wasn't wondering "has my anatomy changed" but rather, "am I sick, am I growing, have I always been this way?" because that's the rational explanation for bodily changes. I didn't think (for a while at least) to even look at the human anatomy as that would imply I had already known that it was my anatomy that was different (and not growing or illness). Also I developed a few heatlh problems that year so I thought the changes I was experiencing were related to growth and/or illness. Had I checked the anatomy prior to this year i'm sure I would have been posting this thread much earlier than I have.

And while limb proportions have changed its subtle enough to go unnoticed unless you're actively comparing with current anatomy vs memory, which is something I was unconsciously doing (and noticing in images of people and myself) but I don't know, it wasn't on my priorities to check if the human anatomy had changed, wasn't something I really considered until relatively recently.

You can believe i'm lying to myself and others but we don't always act in the most rational way (or sometimes we can act too rationally) to changes in our lives. I believe everyone will experience the M.E. at some point. I think while it would be much easier to explain this as mass delusion or confabulation I think the truth is we M.E.-ers are in general corroborating details along very specific lines (its not like anyone's claiming to be from an Earth where we never had spines or anything) across cultures, continents, possibly languages.


originally posted by: InhaleExhale
a reply to: Orborus


Take a look at this dog: See the back legs? They were never bowed out like that in my universe. Dogs back legs were much bigger/longer in my universe, had stronger thighs - their legs didn't give way as they do in this universe.


That actual dog or just dogs in general in your universe?

Here, in this reality its quite common for dogs to look different.


Dogs in general. All dogs look like they have much shorter hind legs and they bow out a lot more. Also slightly shorter front legs. Longer abdomen (similar to the elongation seen in 'new' human abdomens).


edit on 16-8-2016 by Orborus because: cleaning up

edit on 16-8-2016 by Orborus because: adding to dog reply



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 12:56 PM
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originally posted by: TheMaxHeadroomIncident
The thing is the "believers' are not interested in you or what you believe. You lot however seem fixated on what "believers" believe and the reoccuring theme I see is a circle jerk of the same "skeptic" posters, foaming at the mouth, making lame jokes, kicking in open doors and patting each other on the back basically trolling Skunk Works threads.

I call it the "Mandela Effect Effect" and it seems to affect the fragile "skeptic" minds more than the ME does a "believer".


Some of us keep on fighting to destroy ignorance and that includes the Mandela effect. Because ignorance really is the root and stem of all evil.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 02:04 PM
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originally posted by: TheMaxHeadroomIncident

originally posted by: Greggers

originally posted by: JDeLattre89
How come the 'parallel' picture is the one that appears right to me?


Probably because most people never paid attention to (or learned about) the floating ribs. So their memory does what memories do -- fills in the blanks with assumptions.


That doesn't explain why it looks right to him, does it......nice sneeky insult though.

Someone who "didn't pay attention" could just as easily "assume" that the correct one is correct.


It probably does explain why it looks right to him, unless he has specialized knowledge of human anatomy (for example, medical training), which I didn't feel it was right to assume.

Do you honestly feel that a person with only passing, incomplete knowledge of the human skeletal system is more or less likely to know we have those floating ribs? I don't have empirical proof (it's not as though there has been a study to determine this conclusively, nor will there ever be), but my contention is that floating ribs are much less common knowledge than standard ribs. Those floating ribs are commonly left off Halloween decorations and other pop-culture representations of the human skeleton, which most people will see more often than an anatomy textbook.

As far as your "sneaky insult" jab, I was simply answering his question to the best of my ability.
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posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 02:18 PM
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It probably does explain why it looks right to him, unless he has specialized knowledge of human anatomy (for example, medical training), which I didn't feel it was right to assume.


Repeating it doesn't validate your argument....

Why would any of the two look more right to someone who supposedly has no good reference point?




As far as your "sneaky insult" jab, I was simply answering his question to the best of my ability.


You could've just said, "because you're dumb that's why!". Good job though.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 02:23 PM
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a reply to: Agartha




Some of us keep on fighting to destroy ignorance and that includes the Mandela effect.


It is ignorant to make such claims about things you simply can't know.

I really don't buy this "noble crusade" bs.




Because ignorance really is the root and stem of all evil.


I see nothing divine about what you are doing.



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 02:24 PM
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originally posted by: TheMaxHeadroomIncident

Why would any of the two look more right to someone who supposedly has no good reference point?


I repeat: Do you honestly feel that a person with only passing, incomplete knowledge of the human skeletal system is more or less likely to know we have those floating ribs? I don't have empirical proof (it's not as though there has been a study to determine this conclusively, nor will there ever be), but my contention is that floating ribs are much less common knowledge than standard ribs. Those floating ribs are commonly left off Halloween decorations and other pop-culture representations of the human skeleton, which most people will see more often than an anatomy textbook.



You could've just said, "because you're dumb that's why!". Good job though.


And you could've just said, "Don't mind me, I love trolling."



posted on Aug, 16 2016 @ 02:28 PM
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originally posted by: Agartha

originally posted by: TheMaxHeadroomIncident
The thing is the "believers' are not interested in you or what you believe. You lot however seem fixated on what "believers" believe and the reoccuring theme I see is a circle jerk of the same "skeptic" posters, foaming at the mouth, making lame jokes, kicking in open doors and patting each other on the back basically trolling Skunk Works threads.

I call it the "Mandela Effect Effect" and it seems to affect the fragile "skeptic" minds more than the ME does a "believer".


Some of us keep on fighting to destroy ignorance and that includes the Mandela effect. Because ignorance really is the root and stem of all evil.


If M.E. is 'ignorance' then I wonder how you've come to that conclusion and if you are not yourself being ignorant in so quickly assuming you already know the truth about one of the strangest global phenomenas in recorded history. Possibly even most genuine examples of paranormal or non-corporeal actuality discovered through this viral corroboration of details, of very specific historical knowledge, among masses of people across different regions and cultures.



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