Did the world end in 2012 ?

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  1. Debi

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    Sep 16, 2013
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    Now, before you laugh, read the article. An excerpt here:

    Hinton believes that the world ended in 2012 when scientists at CERN found the Higgs Boson.

    Now before you giggle and make some snarky comment – there is something that many people have overlooked about the discovery of the so-called “God particle.”

    Stephen Hawking once predicted that discovering the Higgs had the potential to destroy the universe, or in his own words, cause the universe to “undergo a catastrophic vacuum decay.”

    Scientists at CERN discovered the God Particle On July 4th, 2012 and as far as we know the world is still intact but since the discovery, the planet has gone through some violent changes as earthquakes have increased, volcanic eruptions have also increased, the planet has suffered climate spikes, and the magnetic field is weakening.

    Hinton asks a very profound question—If CERN destroyed the Universe we would not really know because if anything were to have gone wrong in the process we would immediately be thrust into a different dimension in less time that it takes to blink an eye.

    It would be instantaneous destruction of the earth in one dimension and a quick conversion to another, however, the earth would have to adjust to its new position in space-time.

    Nick Hinton said in a Twitter:

    “There’s the old cliché argument that nothing has ‘felt right’ since 2012. I agree with this. Maybe it has something to do with ‘growing up’ and getting older, but ever since then it seems like the world descends more and more into chaos each day. Time even feels faster.”

    Hinton has theorized that the Higgs Boson destroyed the universe and shifted our consciousness to another universe.

    Hinton makes a good argument—one that may be a bit farfetched but what do we know about our existence and how do we know that we haven’t jumped dimensions?

    He claims that perhaps this is why people experience the Mandela Effect and that there seems to be a collective memory deficit in people – many remember things in the past that have changed in this timeline.

    Many of us grew up reading about the Berenstein bears. Except they were not the Beresnstein Bears at all they were the Berenstain Bears. The other problem is that the name has never changed and that it has been Berenstain all along.

    If this is the case then why are so many people convinced that it was Berenstein instead of Berenstain?

    This presents a quantum dilemma.

    Which by the way the word dilemma also is part of the problem as well because there are a group of people that believe that in another timeline the word dilemma was spelled with an “n”—“dilemna.”

    Truth is it never was, however, millions of people will swear that at one time that it was spelled with an “n.”

    There is even a website called dilemma.info for people who have all of a sudden realized that their spelling of the word is wrong.

    One of the interesting things about this spelling ‘error’ is that on first discovery, many have reported feeling a bit physically shaken by it as if a fundamental building block in their upbringing has suddenly crumbled away and left them feeling disorientated.

    Philologists have suggested that the dilemna misspelling is an error that stretches back hundreds of years for the simple reason that our brains gloss over the error. Then again there is the quantum explanation.

    Dilemna, at one time, was spelled that way and then there was some bleed over from another timeline and that the word dilemma corrected the problem in the Universal Mind. And that’s why they feel physically staggered to discover that not only are they wrong but there’s also no trace of an “N” spelling anywhere in any dictionary in the history of this timeline.

    There are a few new Mandela Effect freak outs where people are confused about the past.

    Pope Benedict the XVI made an announcement that put the dating of events of the Bible into question. He wrote in a book that Jesus was born several years earlier than commonly believed.

    The Bible also has a glaring Mandela Effect. In Isaiah 11:6 in the (KJV) says: The wolf also shall dwell with the lamb, however, those of us experiencing the Mandela Effect remember it as the lion shall lay down with the lamb.

    This has created a schism in a lot of religious discussions.

    There is also the recent Mandela freak out over the Fruit of the Loom underwear logo.

    Many people remember that the logo for the underwear company featured a cornucopia full of fruit – now the cornucopia is missing.

    Recently there was a controversy on the game show Jeopardy over a topic called “Where’s that Church.” The controversy began when contestant Katie Needle responded to a question under the “Where’s That Church?” category. When prompted by a clue about the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, where Christians believe to be the birthplace of Jesus, she answered What is Palestine?

    The judges buzzed her and said she was wrong.

    Fellow contestant Jack McGuire was rewarded with $200 for buzzing in with the answer of Israel moments later.

    Bethlehem is geographically located in Palestine.

    The official statement from the creators of Jeopardy is that Bethlehem sits on a territory currently occupied by Israel in the West Bank.

    However, does that change the location?

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  2. Debi

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    I asked many people where they thought Bethlehem is – some said Judea while others said Nazareth and very few even said Israel.

    Is this the result of the Mandela Effect?

    It is quite disturbing to think that the discovery of the God Particle could be at fault and that its instability could be causing the Mandela Effect.

    Two years ago there was a report about how there were some scientists that were worried that perhaps the Higgs-Boson was never stable and that the end of the universe could, theoretically, have already begun.

    Physicists at Harvard published a study in the journal Physical Review D about the chance that the particle would destabilize and how long our universe has to live, based on the speed of destruction and the size of the universe.

    If the Higgs-Boson lost stability, it would severely disrupt physics, chemistry, and life. However, the universe is big enough that the disruption might not destroy Earth for a long time.

    However, the earth would show signs that it was thrust into a new environment even on a quantum level.

    The result would be the weakening of the magnetic field, an abrupt pole shift, devastating earthquakes in places not prone to quakes, weather disruptions, and an increase in volcanic eruptions.

    That means that if the Higgs-Boson collapses or even if it already has collapsed humanity would never know. Either we would be reduced to tachyon in less than a blink of an eye or we could be thrust into another dimension without even flinching.

    Some say that these theories take liberties because of one problem—“gravity.”

    And yet here we are in 2020, seeing earthquakes in places that rarely have them, Puerto Rico, and Montreal have recently seen moderate quakes. Our weather seems to continually generate severe spikes that some scientists attribute to Climate Change and the magnetic north is rapidly moving south – it is soon to be arriving at the Prime Meridian. The Prime Meridian is the line of 0° longitude, the starting point for measuring distances both east and west around the Earth.

    It is also the positioning point for what is called Zero Time. However to be accurate Global Positioning System (GPS) receivers show that the marking strip for the prime meridian at Greenwich is not exactly at zero degrees, zero minutes, and zero seconds but at approximately 5.3 seconds of arc to the west of the meridian

    It is also eerie to realize that Preston B. Nichols, a supposed whistleblower who wrote books detailing time travel experiments at the Montauk Air Force Base, claimed that they were never able to time travel past 2012 because they could find no future beyond it.

    According to him, there was a very abrupt wall there, with nothing on the other side, meaning that something messed with the direct timeline – that time was not as linear as they once thought.

    Recently, there was a report in Business Insider that Brookhaven Labs is building its first new particle collider in decades near Montauk. The US Department of Energy announced that the long-awaited Electron-Ion Collider will begin construction soon.

    Scientists use particle colliders to study the origins of our universe and investigate the makeup of atoms. The design for the new machine calls for an underground ring that steers protons and electrons toward one another at nearly the speed of light.

    When the subatomic particles collide head-on, they melt into a hot soup — the same type of plasma that formed immediately after the Big Bang. For this reason, physicist Stephen Hawking once compared particle colliders to time machines.

    Are scientists unabashedly pushing us towards the event horizon? Are they looking to correct a time glitch that may have ended the world as we knew it?

    There’s also a theory floating around that we’ve reached the end of history. The ‘end of history’ is a philosophical idea that has been talked about by such notable figures as Hegel, Marx, and most recently Francis Fukuyama.

    At the ‘end of history’ events still happen, but humanity has reached the end of its sociocultural evolution. This theory has nothing to do with time travel or simulations, but rather, the stagnation of human progress.,

    Over the last couple of decades, many theoretical physicists have come to believe that our universe is not the only one. Instead, we may be part of the multiverse, an immense array of separate universes, each its own shining orb in the true night sky.

    How, or even if, one universe is linked to another is a source of much debate, all of it highly speculative and, as of now, completely unprovable. But one compelling idea is that the seed of a universe is similar to the seed of a plant: It’s a chunk of essential material, tightly compressed, hidden inside a protective shell.

    This precisely describes what is created inside a black hole. Black Holes are the corpses of giant stars. When such a star runs out of fuel, its core collapses inward. Gravity pulls everything into an increasingly fierce grip.

    Some scientists say that our earth and our existence might be the product of another, older universe. Call it our mother universe. The seed this mother universe forged inside a black hole may have had its big bang 13.8 billion years ago, and even though our universe has been rapidly expanding ever since, we could still be hidden behind a black hole’s event horizon.

    And the discovery of the God Particle may have given us a glimpse of what it is like to blink and wind up in a new dimension, something that might have happened after the of the big bang and it happened in the twinkling of an eye.

    The Bible states that the end of the world holds the greatest mystery.

    The greatest mystery is that we shall not all sleep, during a great transformation but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye.

    Many may not see the events unless someone points it out to them. This can only mean that the greatest magician of all would be God.

    Now you see it, a world of blight and decay, and the possibility that we are now beginning again what was once a quick glimpse of the end of the world as we know it and as the song says “I feel fine.”
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  3. Paulm

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    the mandela effect just keeps getting stranger and more added to it over and over again...… interesting that it has garnered enough attention for a movie to be made about it...….

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  4. Ultima Thule

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    I'm just not buying into any notion that the world ended in 2012. There's too much continuity between any point before and after. The interpretation of the effects of the Higgs Boson is highly speculative and is not based on any testable hypothesis. Further, I am convinced that the so-called Mandela effect can be explained by how errors are reinforced and propagated through the flow of human communication. Mix all of this in with a heaping dose of 'The Quickening' and I'm left incredulous.
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  5. jadamz

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    "According to him, there was a very abrupt wall there, with nothing on the other side, meaning that something messed with the direct timeline – that time was not as linear as they once thought."

    very interesting to ponder

    re Bethlehem. To go from old Jerusalem to Bethlehem is about a 20 min taxi ride. What is odd is that you have to pass thru a Palestinian area to get there and I think Bethlehom is on a tiny island of israel owned area. Many Palestinias I met in Jordan were born in Jerusalem. Such a mess over there. You need a gps to figure out if you are on a palestinia or israeli street
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  6. Keel M.

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    To be perfectly honest, I've never thought about the Berenstain Bears and the spelling of the name. Memory is a faulty thing, whether we like to admit it or not. I think people who assumed it was Berenstein Bears did so because that seems to be the more logical spelling. Most Jewish surnames with that ending are spelled 'stein'. Stanley Berenstain might've always had that spelling growing up, but anyone who has done any measure of genealogy has seen the spelling of surnames changed either on purpose or an error of copying when people come to the US.

    The dilemma misspelling can be put down to the similarities in appearance between m and n. But I mean you can't argue that it was ever spelled dilemna and there's no etymological reference for it ever being spelled with the n.

    And as jadamz pointed out, Palestine and Israel are so intertwined that it's difficult to remember where you are at any given moment as you travel.
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  7. Lynne

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    I think the Mandela effect started earlier than 2012. It was first talked about on an Art Bell program, I’m guessing mid 90s. Anyone one of our Art fans recall the year?

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