posted on Sep, 14 2016 @ 04:39 AM
a reply to: Krahzeef_Ukhar
Well, there are rational explanations for the Mandela Effect. I'll be honest with you here... I hate using the term Mandela Effect. Just using it
gives it some sort of credence. Because the (*shudders*) Mandela Effect is easily and rationally explainable, then there really is no effect, is
there? There is just the rational explanation for the faulty memory (faulty not necessarily meaning bad either). Why should we give weight to
something that has nothing
to back it up.
I remember it being Bernstein Bears. Clearly it isn't though.
However, apparently other people back in the day did as well. I had the books, and had some of the movies. Maybe the reason I remember it ending in
'stein' is because it was printed that way on one of the VHS tapes? Can't be certain as it's been twenty years or more since I cared to read or watch
The irrational explanation is that it's residual evidence.
That goes for the other forms of "evidence" as well.
Just wanted to clarify my opinion on the ME and why I haven't experienced it.
I have experienced remembering things one way when they weren't though.
You'll be hard pressed to find anyone who hasn't.
edit on 9-14-2016 by WakeUpBeer because: (no reason given)