Mandela Effect: Berenstein Bears & Geography Videos

I was in a sleepy coastal California town couple weeks ago for a wedding. The night before, many of the close friends of the bride and groom gathered in a social area in the hotel over some drinks, desserts, and ice cream.

I have two modes, socially speaking. One, the detached anthropologist/sociologist. Two, the loud and laughing extrovert. I was in the second mode that night and not being accustomed to drinking so much, I was louder than usual.

As more friends arrived, talk turned to the topic of what we’d all been up to.

“I made a Mandela Effect video,” I said.

“Mandala?” someone asked. Continue reading Mandela Effect: Berenstein Bears & Geography Videos

The Simulation Universe Thought Experiment Blows My Mind

IMichio Kaku’s explanations of higher dimensions through metaphor went several steps further than Flatland did, and his book brought me to previously unknown levels of book brought me to previously unknown levels of intellectual stimulation. While I lacked the capacity to experience the fourth dimension in a more phy stimulation. While I lacked the capacity to experience the fourth dimension in a more physically direct way, Kaku’s descriptions allowed me to conceptualize it mentally. Continue reading The Simulation Universe Thought Experiment Blows My Mind