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  1. Quantum Strangeness and the Mandela Effect
    28 Apr, 2017
    Quantum Strangeness and the Mandela Effect
    (BOOK EXCERPT - from Deep Down the Rabbit Hole: The World is Not What You Think by Adin Kachisi) Quantum Strangeness and the Mandela Effect  By Adin Kachisi The experience of alter vu, which involves having conflicting memories about past events, may or may not be linked to a phenomenon labeled the Mandela Effect by author Fiona Broome where something you knew to be one way turned out to be another. This is not a simple case of being factually wrong, but of having actual memories that
  2. Scientist claims: Ancient ‘Technological Species’ may have lived on Earth—BEFORE humans
    26 Apr, 2017
    Scientist claims: Ancient ‘Technological Species’ may have lived on Earth—BEFORE humans
    A prior indigenous technological species might have arisen on ancient Earth or another body, such as a pre-greenhouse Venus or ancient Mars. The researcher notes that on Earth, erosion, and plate tectonics may have erased any evidence if such—ancient Alien—species ever lived on our planet millions, or perhaps billions of years ago. Extraterrestrial technosignatures might be expected to be extremely old, limiting the places they might still be found to beneath the surfaces of Mars and the Moon,
  3. Why there might be many more universes besides our own
    21 Mar, 2016
    Why there might be many more universes besides our own
    Why there might be many more universes besides our own The idea of parallel universes may seem bizarre, but physics has found all sorts of reasons why they should exist By Philip Ball 21 March 2016 Is our Universe one of many? The idea of parallel universes, once consigned to science fiction, is now becoming respectable among scientists – at least, among physicists, who have a tendency to push ideas to the limits of what is conceivable. In fact there are almost too many other potential

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