Tag Archives: Michio Kaku

#15 Mandela Effect



In this episode of Holistically Curious, Kim shares her own personal experience with the Mandela Effect.  Is the Mandela Effect simply a matter of people collectively mis-remembering something or is there a much more out of this world explanation for this phenomenon?  Have a listen as Kim and Teresa discuss the different theories behind the Mandela Effect and then you can decide for yourself what’s behind this unnerving phenomenon.


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