There are too many mysteries and mysterious events in this world that cannot be explained by science. The Mandela effect we are going to discuss today is one of them. Speaking of the Mandela effect, maybe many people don’t know what is going on? Below we explain the Mandela effect from a series of mysterious events.
The Mandela effect originated from the character Mandela. Speaking of this person, friends who have a certain understanding of history should know that he is the first black president in South Africa history, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, and is known as the “Father of South Africa”. “. He was arrested and imprisoned for 27 years and died on December 5, 2013 at the age of 95.
The end of a generation of great men plunged the people of South Africa into grief, and at the same time brought some shock to the world. It was originally an ordinary death from illness, but a very strange phenomenon appeared following media reports from various countries. What happened?
It turned out that when the media announced the news of Mandela’s death, people in many places had the same doubt: “Didn’t Mandela pass away very early in my memory?” Many people remember clearly. I have seen the grand funeral held at that time and related news on TV.
If this phenomenon occurs in an area, it may not attract the attention of scientists. However, the people who have this phenomenon come from all countries and regions all over the world. They have no contact with each other, and it is impossible to discuss and fabricate such a lie in advance.
It can be seen that there are indeed some people in the world who knew that Mandela had passed away a long time ago, and had seen the funeral and related news at that time. And these people remember that Mandela died of illness in the 1980s, ten years after 2013.
If these people’s memories are true, what happened to Mandela’s death in 2013? This incident sounds mysterious, but scientists believe that it may have happened in reality. Since then, scientists have begun to conduct more exploratory research on this phenomenon, and call it the Mandela effect.
The Mandela effect is not the only phenomenon of Mandela, this phenomenon has also occurred many times around the world.
If you observe carefully, you will find that there may also be such incidents around you, but you will think that it may be that your memory is wrong.
Did memory deceive us, or history deceive us? Why doesn’t reality correspond to the things you’re sure in your memory? Scientists can’t give an accurate answer to this phenomenon of the Mandela effect. They just put forward three hypotheses.
1. Parallel universe theory. The rapid development of quantum mechanics and the introduction of string theory have made parallel universe theory a hot topic in recent years. From the perspective of quantum mechanics, theoretically, multiverse theory should be established.
Multiverse, the theory of parallel universes, tells us that the universe is not unique, but there are countless, and different parallel universes are independent and related to each other. The fate of the same person is similar and different in different parallel universes. Mandela may have died of illness in another parallel universe in the 1980s, but in our universe he died of illness in 1993.
Other phenomena whose memories do not match reality may also be happening in another parallel universe. Perhaps it is the mutual influence between the parallel universes due to some unexpected situation, which affects people’s memory and produces the Mandela effect.
2. Neurons are incorrectly connected. The human brain is a complex and mysterious structure with tens of billions of neurons. So many neurons control all human behaviors through various complex connections. Humans’ understanding of the outside world and the transmission and manifestation of memories are all done by neurons. If there are some errors in the connection of neurons at some point, it will have a disorderly effect on our memory, which will make the memory inconsistent with reality.
3. People in the future will travel through time and space to modify the loopholes left by history. Einstein’s theory of relativity tells us that time and space can be distorted, and time will slow down as the speed increases. When the speed reaches the speed of light, time stops. In the special theory of relativity, the speed of an object can only be infinitely close to the speed of light and cannot be reached or surpassed.
However, the general theory of relativity puts forward the concept of time-space distortion. Under the time-space distortion, the speed can exceed the speed of light. At this time, time will regress. Therefore, in theory, time can be turned back, and the time that goes back allows us to travel back to the past through time and space.
If human science and technology develop to a certain level in the future and a time machine is developed, then it will be possible to go back to the past and change history. The change of history is not that simple. A small butterfly effect can cause spatial errors in different parallel time and space. Although it cannot have a huge impact, it can cause small time and space fluctuations, and this fluctuation affects people. The collective memory of a small group of people has a situation where the memory does not match reality.
Of course, the above three situations are just three conjectures currently proposed by scientists about the Mandela effect. What is the Mandela Effect phenomenon, and what does it represent? There is no answer yet. Scientists need to continue research and exploration. I believe that a reasonable answer can be given in the future.