What are the best resources explaining the Mandela effect?

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    #1The Seven Sins of Memory

    The Seven Sins of Memory
    Daniel Lawrence Schacter is an American psychologist and professor of psychology at Harvard University. This e-book offers you the explanation of the Mandela effect from a psychological point of view.


    Rogelio Bravo
    Written on April 16, 2017
    "This e-book is very informative and was written by an industry expert. The only problem I have with this solution is that the book is fairly lengthy at almost 300 pages. Simplified resources explaining the Mandela effect can be located on the Internet fairly easily."
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    #222 Crazy Examples Of The Mandela Effect

    22 Crazy Examples Of The Mandela Effect
    This extensive article by Elle Tharp contains pretty much everything you need to know for understand the Mandela effect (and having some fun with it). 


    Alexander Spencer
    Written on October 5, 2017
    "I was hanging out with my brother and we were having a deep intellectual conversation. I tried to bring up the Mandela effect but couldn't quite explain it in a way that he would understand. I needed to look up a good resource to explain the effect and ended up stumbling upon "22 Crazy Examples Of the Mandela Effect". It is a great article written by Elle Tharp and posted on ranker.com. It was the perfect way for me to help my brother understand the Mandela effect and give him some fun examples of it."
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    #3The Mandela Effect - Examples & Possible Explanation

    The Mandela Effect - Examples & Possible Explanation
    An illustrative video that offers you a possible explanation of the phenomenon, with a big gallery of famous examples. 


    Ethan Gordon
    Written on April 9, 2017
    "This is a good video. It was fun to watch and had lots of famous examples. I now know a lot more about the Mandela effect. If your looking for information on the Mandela effect then I suggest you give this video a quick look."
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    #4Conspiracy Theory - The Mandela Effect

    Conspiracy Theory - The Mandela Effect
    Shane, the popular YouTuber with almost 10 million subscribers, has this video in which he talks about the Mandela effect with his particular style. 


    Mario Montiel
    Written on March 10, 2017
    "A friend and I were having a conversation and we started to talk about the Mandela effect, but he was trying to explain it to me and his explanations didn't help me at all. I found Conspiracy Theory - The Mandela Effect on YouTube and his videos helped me understand it better."
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    #5The Mandela Effect

    The Mandela Effect
    If you want to know quickly what it is exactly the Mandela effect, this article of Know Your Meme is a good option for having a general vision of the phenomenon. 


    Wayne Contreras
    Written on January 17, 2017
    "A great article, it is very informative. If your looking for an explanation of the Mandela effect then you need to read this article. It is easy to read and it really opened my eyes to the Mandela effect."
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    #6Are we living in split realities?

    Are we living in split realities?
    If you are looking for an extensive video that, with some humor, goes one step further, check this video of secureteam10. Split realities and false memories are the main themes of this 22 minutes video. 


    Patricia Arnold
    Written on October 5, 2017
    "our memory is literally the most unreliable mechanism we have your brain recreates and changes a memory every time you try to remember it things like "captain crunch" and "luke, i am your father" can easily be explained by people quoting the phrases regularly no-one is gonna say "cap'n crunch" and also "luke, i am your father" contextually makes more sense than walking around spouting "no, i am your father" to people"
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    #7Alternate: The Mandela Effect

    Alternate: The Mandela Effect
    CERN, brain, neural laces, memory, artificial intelligence, parallel universes, simulated realities. All these elements and more are what you are going to find in Alternate, a book which focuses on the theories, possibilities, and examples.

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    Christopher Young
    Written on March 17, 2017
    "I've never heard of the Mandela effect. When I hear Mandela, I think Nelson of South Africa. This book was kinda of mind-blowing to me as an introduction to the Mandela effect, and definitely an interesting read. Sadly, not many reviews yet on Amazon, but it is a reasonably priced paperback."
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    #8The Mandela Effect: Ascension

    The Mandela Effect: Ascension
    This essay explains the Mandela effect from a religious point of view. A personal journey of the author, that has expend over 44 years searching for information. 


    Tyler Castillo
    Written on January 9, 2017
    "This book accurately explains the Mandela effect, and makes it easy to understand. It Is an interesting read for those who want to learn more about the Mandela effect. It was interesting to learn about the authors journey."
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    #9The Origin of the Mandela Effect

    The Origin of the Mandela Effect

    The Origin of the Mandela Effect is an article written by Carter Tweed on 22 June 2018 and was published on the Alternat Memories website. This article attempted to explain the Mandela Effect, citing instances showing it.



    Carter Tweed
    Written on August 13, 2018
    "The most comprehensive Mandela Effect test on the internet. Answer a few random questions, which are different every time, to see how you score on a range of 0% (not affected at all) to 100% (totally affected)."


Best What are the best resources explaining the Mandela effect
1The Seven Sins of MemoryBooks 14 Paid
222 Crazy Examples Of The Mandela EffectWebsites 12 Free
3The Mandela Effect - Examples & Possible ExplanationVideos 10 Free
4Conspiracy Theory - The Mandela EffectVideos 8 Free
5The Mandela EffectWebsites 5 Free
6Are we living in split realities?Videos 4 Free
7Alternate: The Mandela EffectBooks 2 Paid
8The Mandela Effect: AscensionBooks 1 Paid
9The Origin of the Mandela EffectArticles 0 Free

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