Mandela Effect: Scientific Experiment Validates Parallel Realities


A new article published by renowned researcher and writer Cynthia Sue Larson on her personal blog explains how a recent experiment conducted by physicist at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland; seems to “provide evidence that two people can observe the exact same event, see two different things happen, and both be correct”.

This experiment comes to validate, once again, the nature of quantum physics and its relation with parallel universes. “Quantum particles can behave as either particles, or as waves, settling into one state or the other (particle or wave) at the precise moment it is observed.  All the rest of the time when the particle is not being observed by someone, it exists in a ‘superposition of states’ in which it can be considered to be simultaneously both ‘particle’ and ‘wave’”, Ms Larson explains. “When a second person is unaware of the first person’s observational measurement, this thought experiment proposes that the second person who is unaware of the first person’s measurement might be able to confirm that the photon still exists in a quantum superposition (undecided) state”, she adds.

“Scientists including Caslav Brukner at University of Vienna in Austria and Massimiliano Proietti at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh took this experimental concept and created an experimental apparatus involving lasers, beam splitters, and six photons to be measured by various equipment representing the role of the two observers”, the American researcher described. “Preliminary results appear to provide real evidence that within quantum physics, our assumption of shared objective reality may be inaccurate”, she mentioned.

Thanks to the idea of two different realities taking place at the same time, now it is possible to have a better understanding of Mandela Effect-related experiences. “After 20 years of waiting for such an announcement, I’m pleased to see these experimental results that provide validation that we can expect to sometimes witness alternate histories from what others observe”, Ms Larson asserted.  “When we recognize that such subjective observation of ‘facts’ is constantly taking place, and that this can help provide a foundation by which we can better understand what is going on with the Mandela Effect and reality shifts, we can gain renewed confidence that humanity can address all seemingly ‘impossible’ problems and situations”, she continued.

Draw your own conclusions…

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