I get the feeling its mockery. the term 'the mandela effect' seems to have been coined in 2010 and since Ive been digging for more info there are some compelling reports from as far back as the '70s of this effect but its all internet hearsay. (like everything else thesedays lol)Coincidence? Mockery? Suggestion? Nothing?
@sonoman I think mockery too. Mockery never speaks well of any "person" -- I'm going to treat CERN as a "person" in a manner similar to "corporate personhood" even though it's not an official corporation.I get the feeling its mockery. the term 'the mandela effect' seems to have been coined in 2010 and since Ive been digging for more info there are some compelling reports from as far back as the '70s of this effect but its all internet hearsay. (like everything else thesedays lol)
dunno what cern is or isnt, a cause for con cern? use dis cern ment?
I doubt the name is by accident though: SEARCHING -word- for [cern] :: Search the 1828 Noah Webster's Dictionary of the English Language (FREE) :: 1828.mshaffer.com
got sucked in, I know me own memory's more than anything else and at some point you realize there is more to this and just dig in. SMQ is deep into it and also has a fascinating mind but, dunno why.. I get a strange feeling from him like he has an agenda. probably just me and I get that same feeling with many others too. I wont tune him out, he is definitely a leader in the research and I like his perspectives that seem so fresh and lead me to contemplate things I never have before.There is a lot of nonsense about the Mandela effect but it is intriguing...especially when you dig past the superficial stuff and go right down the rabbit hole.. I for one have this detached incredulity about the pyramids that I stumbled onto by chance. The background here is I've been into the mysteries of the pyramids in Egypt for most of my life, since 10yrs old, thats 35yrs. And up until a few years ago I remember the big pyramid, giza, in the centre, flanked by 2 smaller pyramids. Now I discovered just by seeing a photo, there is giza then another pyramid of equal size and one smaller one. I was to say the least, shocked and surprised.
That was big for me and since then I've not heard anyone say the same thing, I've dismissed it as faulty memories. Then I came by this guy...and he throws more far on the fire! Please take a listen, although I'm not sure I agree with his overall premise that we all died in 2012, its very interesting nontheless. SMQ AI | We All Died In 2012, The Mandela Effect, & The Changing Timeline | The Higherside Chats
It does some really bizarre that 100 nations would get together to look for a new subatomic particle. World peace, feeding the hungry, providing homes and jobs for the poor, improving medicine, planting forests, ending our dependence on oil...none of those are worth an enormous, expensive, collaborative project, apparently, but finding a new invisible particle that nobody gives a shit about, THAT we can do.The part I find the most suspicious about this device would be the collaboration of over 100 countries. All these countries choose to work towards the common goal within this LHC program, while simultaneously stabbing each other in the back in other areas.
The only other instance somewhat similar to this desire for achievement of a common scientific goal would be the Antarctic treaty. Where else could the United States and North Korea be the best of friends?
P.S. I doubt we know what the LHC truly is.
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