Genius Max Laughan, who is only 13-years old, understands and can explain any scientific theory to anyone. Max has the unique ability to break down the information into bits we can all understand. And he’s going to explain that he believes the CERN hadron collider in Europe destroyed our universe but flung us into another, and that’s why we all experience the Mandela Effect.
The Mandela Effect refers to a phenomenon in which a large number of people share false memories of past events, referred to as confabulation in psychiatry. Some have speculated that the memories are caused by parallel universes spilling into our own, while others explain the phenomenon as a failure of collective memory.
In 2010, blogger Fiona Broome coined the term “Mandela Effect” to describe a collective false memory she discovered at the Dragon Con convention, where many others believed that former South African President Nelson Mandela died during his imprisonment in the 1980s. That year, Broome launched the site MandelaEffect.com to document various examples of the phenomenon.
See, I thought Nelson Mandela died in prison. I thought I remembered it clearly, complete with news clips of his funeral, the mourning in South Africa, some rioting in cities, and the heartfelt speech by his widow.
Then, I found out he was still alive.
Additionally, Broome described other widely held false memories, including various nonexistent Star Trek episodes, the death of the Reverend Billy Graham and the famous line “Mirror Mirror on the wall” which appears to be actually “Magic Mirror on the wall” in the 1937 Disney classic cartoon movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
It seems so complex, and science has only scratched the surface of knowledge of the universe and all it contains. There is proof of free energy, unified field of consciousness, superhuman ability, and alternate reality and more. Yet so much of it is mind boggling to the point that no one would think that a kid would have any understanding of it all. However, one 13-year-old, Max Laughan understands it all and can explain it in intricate detail to those who perhaps aren’t as clever.
At the age of 13, Max was behind the invention of a Free Energy Device, which is technology that might power the entire world for free, as Nikola Tesla dreamed of. Laughan is famous worldwide for his brilliant ideas along with his point of view on topics such as alternate realities and the nature of the universe. But Max doesn’t want to stop there. He wants us all aware of the infinite energy and possibilities that exist in our universe.
Begin watching around the 6-minute 15-second mark to listen to Max explain how the particle accelerator altered the weight of one electron flinging us into an alternate parallel universe after destroying ours. He really gets into his explanation of the Mandela Effect around the 15-minute mark.
Max’s simple explanation is still fairly complex and a little difficult to wrap the mind around. Max’s ideas and theories are explained, but he still says that it’s almost impossible to even comprehend infinity, let alone the idea the there are larger and smaller infinities that can exist. Meaning there are infinite possibilities.
One thing is for certain though. Max is helping revolutionize the ideas and theories of physics that have long confused so many. If you have the time, it would be helpful to watch the entire video and try to grasp the concept Max is presenting. Although it’s difficult and a long video, it is definitely worthwhile.