Thursday, December 8, 2016

New "Mandela Effect" Polls

If you've never heard of the Mandela Effect, I've written about it many times. It's basically when large segments of the population remember things very differently than what "history" records. Don't ask me what causes it -- some people have theories as far out as time travel and alternate universes [if you're bored someday and want to go down a trippy rabbit hole, do some research on the "Philadelphia Experiment"]. Here are some other informal "Twitter Polls" I've done on the subject:

Before you feel compelled to look it up, there actually was a munitions ship that blew up in Halifax. The store's name is JCPenney. FDR is on the US dime.

Graphic with several examples of Mandela Effect. Click to enlarge.

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