Avoiding the Mandela Effect

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Did you know that a recent memory study showed that 76% of adults failed to recall information accurately. There are examples of large groups of people recalling the same incorrect information or events even with no supporting evidence. When this happens it is known as the Mandela Effect, and it is more common than you may think.


Due to the emergence of the internet, information has become more available than ever, and not all of it is correct. People are more likely to go along with the information everyone accepts as true without fact checking and can lead to more instances of the Mandela Effect. In fact, lies and rumors are 70% more likely to win out over factual information.


To avoid the Mandela Effect in your own life it is important to double check all information you find online. Don’t give in to other people’s opinions or ideas just to fit in, make sure you analyze your own opinions first. The Mandela Effect can affect anyone, so make sure you are taking steps to avoid it in your own life.

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