Is CERN Changing The Past And Shaping The Future

The first thing I just wanna start off with is this; We Are the Champions doesn’t end how you think?

This is a Freddy Mercury song by Queen the epic rock band. The legendary song We Are the Champions by Queen does not, in fact, end in the way that most people have in their minds.

CERN could be changing reality and history.

Those who ‘know’ the song remember the end of the song being ‘No time for losers, ‘cause we are the champions..of the world!’ But news flash, there is no ‘of the world’ in the song. Not at the start, middle, or not. People are thinking that CERN is responsible for changing history and we're seeing thing's that don't tally up to our memories of it. The Mandela Effect.

The song ends at "we are the champions." Just like that. Discovering this drives fans crazy because they feel so sure that the song ended another way. Also it’s not “Oscar Meyer”. In actual fact, the Oscar Mayer brand of hot dogs and lunch meats is not spelled how you probably think. It’s not Meyer!

Physicists at CERN just made a terrifying discovery that changes everything.


It’s Mayer! However, people have grown up thinking that it’s always been, Meyer. People recall the jingle from the commercials and are persistent that the lyrics were ‘’My bologna has a first name, it’s O-S-C-A-R/ My bologna has a second name, it’s M-A-Y-E-R! Nope, that’s baloney, in many ways.

The Monopoly man does not have a monocle. Many people think that the Monopoly man, Rich Uncle Pennybags, from the addictive board game, has a monocle. But in actual fact, he does not. Sorry to break the news folks. Maybe people have been confusing him with the Mr. Peanut peanut mascot since he also wears a top hat and has a cane.

But they are not the same person, and either way, there are too many people who cannot conceptualize that the Monopoly man does not have a monocle. They grew up picturing him as such and have ingrained this into their memories. The tip of Pikachu’s tail isn’t black. Many people recall the tip of Pikachu from Pokemon tail being black. But if you have another look at a picture of him, there’s no black mark on his tail.

We will never really know how so many people, who were so obsessed with Pokemon and devoted to playing could have dreamed up something that never existed. Very interesting. Perhaps since his tail was sort of funny looking, similar to a cross between a lightning bolt and an axe, it played tricks on the brain. But then again, everything can be justified. The Berenstein Bears are actually called The Berenstain Bears.

The Berenstein Bears/Berenstain Bears debate is one of the most common Mandela effect debates. Many people remember the book and cartoon series about a family of bear being named The Berenstein Bears. But if you take a look now, they are actually named The Berenstain Bears. Many people are completely sure that they remember the family’s name being spelled with an ‘e’. Perhaps they changed the name over time?

Are we living in a parallel universe? Regardless, this is a frustrating and confusing discovering for fans who grew up reading and watching the family of bears. Curious George never had a tail. There are many people that claim to clearly recall seeing Curious George use his tail in order to swing from the trees. But the monkey Curious George never really had a tail. If you look at pictures of him this moment, you will see that you have been seriously mistaken for years. What is the explanation for this? That’s something only you can know.

Or maybe since he is a monkey you assumed he must have a tail and then created a picture in your mind for life. Chick-fil-A is not spelled Chic-fil-A, or Chik-fil-A. There are lots of people who will not give up on their belief that the fast-food chicken restaurant, Chick-fil-A, is spelled as Chic-fil-A. And there are also some people who think the correct spelling is Chik-fil-A. But both of these are incorrect. The company has reportedly always been spelled as Chick-fil-A. Devastating, right? People can even clearly picture in their minds the company’s logo spelt otherwise.

Where does this come from? Maybe they were dreaming of a chicken sandwich? Darth Vader never said ”Luke, I am your father.” Darth Vader does not, in fact, say ‘Luke, I am your father’. But how could this be? This is one of the most famous lines from film in history. Many people are slowly uncovering that this is not what Darth Vader. In fact, he says ‘No, I am your father’. So what really went down here?

Did viewers merely miss remember the movie line and interpret it how they preferred to? Or did some weird parallel freak accident happen here? At least we know he is his father. And there are several other Star Wars scenarios with the Mandela effect present.

C-3PO isn’t completely gold There are many Star Wars fans that remember C-3PO being all gold. They were pretty thrown off and shocked to find out that he actually had a silver leg this whole time. Even most Star Wars memorabilia doesn’t include the silver leg, the replicate is also all good.

At least this can make fans feel better that they are not completely alone in thinking this, and have not gone completely crazy. They are still rather caught off guard to discover something that they never noticed on the character.

Mister Rogers’ theme song opening line is different than people recall In the Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood introduction, Fred Rogers, who both created and starred in the show, would sing a short jingle called ‘Won’t you be my neighbor?. Many people recall that it began with the line ‘It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood.’ But this is not what the line was!

What is actually said is, ‘It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood’. Although only a very slight difference, it simply does not sound right to those who really had it in their mind for years that the wording was stated otherwise. People think the Mona Lisa is smiling now, although she used to be emotionless There are tons of people who will not give up on their belief that the legendary Mona Lisa has changed.

The claim to clearly remember her having a straight, emotionless face. But somehow, they feel as though she’s obtained a newfound smirk. So there are a few options here. You’d probably like to believe that the artwork shifted itself. But how likely is that?

Perhaps someone broke into to the Louvre? Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but it’s more likely that your memory has made a mistake. Or the universe is completely parallel. Kit Kat does not have a dash One of your favourite childhood treats, Kit Kat is spelled just as such.

But where’s the dash? Well, there’s no dash! And there never was. Although for some reason some people really remember there being a dash in the chocolate bar’s name and have a clear image in their mind of a ‘Kit-Kat’ bar wrapper. But there simply isn’t one that exists. This is super frustrating for people, as they are so sure that at some point they had one.

Sending you folks our deepest condolences. People remember a Sinbad genie movie from the ’90s, but there isn’t one Many people claim to remember a movie from the 1990s that starred actor Sinbad. But you see, here’s the thing, there never was such a movie. Awkward.

These same people are persistent that they are correct and are not merely confusing it with the flick Kazaam of 1996, which Shaq starred playing a genie. These people don’t even know the title of the movie the claim exists, and furthermore, have absolutely no idea what happened to the movie.

Regardless, they are still certain that this movie happened. Life isn’t like a box of chocolate, even in Forrest Gump It appears as though the majority of fans of the movie Forrest Gump recall him saying that his mama would always say ‘Life is like a box of chocolates.’

The truth be told, he actually said ‘Life was like a box of chocolates’. Although this goes against what you probably very clearly remember, it didn’t happen this way. But close enough, right? Don’t be disappointed in Forrest Gump, sometimes life is not like a box of chocolates! Hannibal Lecter never said ”Hello, Clarice”

If you have seen the film The Silence of Lambs, then there is no way you don’t know the famous line ”Hello, Clarice” But the thing is, this line was never said. When Clarice meets Hannibal Lecter for the very first time, all he says is ”Good morning” Nothing more. Pretty crazy how a well-known movie could have some famous lines that never happened.

There’s no clear explanation for this, so try not to drive yourself too crazy. The Queen in Snow White never said ”Mirror, mirror on the wall” Now this one is a big shocker. You might want to take a deep breathe before. The famous quote from the film Snow White that you’ve probably said yourself or at least heard others say, is of course ‘Mirror, mirror on the wall,’’ But what had actually been said in the film was ‘Magic mirror on the wall’.

Most people also remember the second part of the line being ‘Who is the fairest of them all?’ Apparently, however, the line is actually ‘Who is the fairest one of all?’ Weird, right? Jiffy Peanut Butter Does Not Exist.

So popular to what you probably thought you ate throughout your childhood, there is actually no such thing as Jiffy Peanut Butter. It does not exist. But there is Jif Peanut Butter! Most people really remember eating Jiffy brand of peanut butter, though.

This is probably due to their advertisement that told mothers they could make their children a snack ‘in a jiffy’. This Mandela effect shouldn’t scare you too much, it is one that was common among many people and was even seen in an episode of American Dad where they uncover the peanut butter brand conspiracy. The Mandela Effect was brought in to existence by a wonderful, switched on and very "outside the box thinking" lady called Fiona Broome.

This lady actually managed to create a phenomenon all on her own, it's not because she's a deep thinking lady, oh no! It goes way, way past that. This unusual thinking process is something that comes along once in a few generations that seems to skip a generation or two, maybe even three generations and Fiona Broome grabbed the Bull by the horns and gave this "weird thought process and anomaly" a marvellous name and it just stuck like glue to a seat, whilst sitting down on it - but not getting up!

Your not up in a rush anyways, lol. Well done Fiona Broome, KUDOS my fellow friend in the field of anomalies and disclosure of the REAL historic truth! The search for truth is a mountain, of which this is the biggest every (man made) by mankind. The truth of UFO's, Aliens, ripples in time and ripples in peoples memories are just not matching up? This analogy will try to explain it; Throw a stone in a calm body of water and the ripples will radiate outwards.

Two seconds later throw another stone in the body of water and it will radiate outwards but will clash with the first ripples made by the first rock. This is like reality, if you are messing with realities like that at the large hadron collider or (CERN to many people) then these waves will naturally match up perfect, but artificially throwing stones in the water will create off key ripples and them ripples are peoples memories, past facts and past breakthroughs.

It messes up the past and the future so that this reality is what we call it here at UFO Sightings Footage, one big mess of epic proportions like history has never ever seen? Peoples memories and peoples behaviours and personalities are changing to compensate for the changes on the atomic scale and this is how nature deals with ripples in time!

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