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originally posted by: VictorVonDoom
a reply to: swanne
I remember a few years ago no one even knew what the Mandela Effect was. Then, all of a sudden, people start talking about it. Coincidence? I don't think so! Definite proof that the Mandela Effect is real.
originally posted by: Spacespider
How could anyone "prove" the experience of another timeline
That would require access to the other timeline to prove anything
The Mandela effect can not be proved or disproved before LHC discover a way to peek into other dimensions
originally posted by: LadyTrick
a reply to: swanne
Time travel is just one theory to what could cause Mandela Effect ( not even really time travel as someone has said already more time slip)
Many people are open to other causes and ideas even faulty memories.
If I used my time machine to appear in the background of one of your old photos would that prove mandela effect? Would you know it had changed or would that be how you've always seen it?
originally posted by: swanne
I am getting increasingly tired of this so-called " Mandela Effect". People who think that somehow they've traveled in time, to a different future than everyone else, instead of admitting that their memories aren't as sharp as they would've wanted.
Prove it to me - not with your subjective memories of past events, but with actual scientific evidences - prove it to me that Time travel is possible. Here, I even made a silly promise since I am quite confident that it won't be proven.
I know a thing or two about physics and time and alternative universes. Even if time travel could be possible, it would require you, my friend, to either a: reach Faster than Light speeds, or b: fall in a rotating black hole (with a ring Singularity).
Please, prove it to me that you've traveled in Time. Because so far I can't quite picture how you're traveling faster than light while waiting for your morning coffee, or the circumstances of you falling into a rotating black hole while walking on your way to work.
Its a bit tragic, I suppose, that our tools have supplanted our imagination and ability to think and explore for ourselves. Then again, tragedy is the anthem of humanity, so its fitting in a way.