www.realityshifters.com — The cover of my new book, The Mandela Effect and its Society, depicts an artistic impression of holding two distinctly separate “Wigner Bubbles,” or realities, in one’s hand.  This illustration provides a visceral view of witnessing a personal Mandela Effect, such that one moment one might see and feel a dial turn one way on a device, and in the next moment observe that it now operates in a completely different manner. 

The idea behind “Wigner Bubbles” comes to us courtesy of physicist Eric Cavalcanti, who coined the term “Wigner Bubble” to investigate implications of the Wigner’s friend paradox, so that “a coherent story can be told from the perspective of all agents involved regarding their own observations.” 


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