Wednesday, March 22, 2017


I had vaguely heard about the Mandela Effect but hadn’t researched it in any depth until a student of mine Muhammed Taşdelen mentioned it. One video on, we were both hooked and as a result we got rather carried away with the material. We prepared the writing task together pouring over material in great excitement.  Hopefully, you will find the topic as engrossing as we did and enjoy researching it. When you have completed your work, write an essay in which you first state what the Mandela effect is and then explain to what extent you believe in the theory of parallel universes.
Refer to my second blog, The Essay Archive, for sample essays:  
Thanks are due to Muhammed Taşdelen for suggesting the task and contributing to it.
Familiarize yourself with the issue:
·         The Mandela Effect | Examples & Possible Explanation | Documentary
Reading material to make notes on:

·         Are you living in an alternate reality? Welcome to the wacky world of the 'Mandela Effect'

·         Knowing The Neurons

·         The Mandela Effect: Conspiracy theorists believe we’re living in colliding alternate realities

·         The Mandela Effect & Alternate Universes 

·          Ben Carson and the Mandela Effect

Documentary  to watch and take notes from

·         Proof: Mandela Effect Is Actually Cern Quantum Effect






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