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Food Distributors notice the Mandela Effect
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I'm interested in that blue plasma you call absolute zerom

There is a blue-colored fire tornado, and yes, the fire could be considered plasma because of the fuel that ignites the fire. But absolute zero would be at the other end of the scale temperature wise. Zero-point energy won't occur in any type of fire tornado.




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Ms Johanna Strange
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Yes, quantum computers work across parrellel universes, but that doesn't mean they change anything in this universe to do so. Most likely, those issues you are talking about arise from faulty memory, which is absolutely a major human failing. Still, cool stuff. I do believe our consciousness can, sometimes in special circumstances, move between different universes. There are some documented cases that suggest it has happened here or there.
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Fork  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:19 PM)
I don't work in the food industry, so I can't say if the avocado name change is true or not.

I do think quantum computers are altering our timeline. We can share experiences and learn together in this thread.

Uhm well it's been Hass, Rudolph Hass from what I always knew. But hey, you go chase that "Haas".

https://imgur.com/a/yJfwJID

Use your head.

Brain technology is from Usa. They wanted to find the soul. Between 45-55.
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Maybe they asked for too much.
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Fork  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:19 PM)
I don't work in the food industry, so I can't say if the avocado name change is true or not.

I do think quantum computers are altering our timeline. We can share experiences and learn together in this thread.

Uhm well it's been Hass, Rudolph Hass from what I always knew. But hey, you go chase that "Haas".

https://imgur.com/a/yJfwJID

Use your head.

What do you know about quantum computers?
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Ms Johanna Strange  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:27 PM)
Yes, quantum computers work across parrellel universes, but that doesn't mean they change anything in this universe to do so. Most likely, those issues you are talking about arise from faulty memory, which is absolutely a major human failing. Still, cool stuff. I do believe our consciousness can, sometimes in special circumstances, move between different universes. There are some documented cases that suggest it has happened here or there.

Do you have examples of the special circumstances you mention?

Thanks for your comment.
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Fork  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:29 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:21 PM)
Uhm well it's been Hass, Rudolph Hass from what I always knew. But hey, you go chase that "Haas".

https://imgur.com/a/yJfwJID

Use your head.

What do you know about quantum computers?

I know it is a silicone brain.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:16 PM)
You're confused. It was always Hass avocado. I dunno why you people keep on trying to talk sh*t like that.

When things change like this, most people don't 'remember' the original events.
They have memories only of the new narrative.
You don't remember the original events, and in this case, the original name of the avocado.
But there are always a few who can remember ... for whatever reason they slip through the event change.

I remember Americans and Russians fighting over moon landing sites.
I remember Russia being on the moon.
I've encountered a few others on the boards who have the same memory.
Yet .. just about the entire planet has no memory of that.

I do not think Fork is delusional for remembering a different avocado name.
It's possible that she just made a mistake in remembering.
And it's possible that I just made a mistake in remembering the lunar events.
BUT ... it's also VERY possible that things folded and/or crossed over and/or changed.

"They notice that you notice" - Mothman Prophecies doomed

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Fork  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:30 PM)
Ms Johanna Strange  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:27 PM)
Yes, quantum computers work across parrellel universes, but that doesn't mean they change anything in this universe to do so. Most likely, those issues you are talking about arise from faulty memory, which is absolutely a major human failing. Still, cool stuff. I do believe our consciousness can, sometimes in special circumstances, move between different universes. There are some documented cases that suggest it has happened here or there.

Do you have examples of the special circumstances you mention?

Thanks for your comment.

Sure, the Man from Taured was the story I was thinking of, it and several others are included at this link:

https://listverse.com/2014/05/05/10-cree...al-travel/
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we did a physical inventory of one of our supply warehouses last month.
The manager and his team did a full cycle count just hours before the inventory.
The result was an inventory with 100% accuracy and 0% variance.

The before and after valuations showed a difference of $2000.00.

How could that be, with a 0% variance? Literally, every item count was the same. Nothing changed on the price file.

I was asked to look at it and I found an item that had a $2000 price change from the before to the after valuations, but there is no audit record of the change being made in the system. Pretty f*cking puzzling.

I suggested maybe it was a cosmic ray that struck our server and bitflipped that tiny piece of info....

maybe it was the mandela effect????
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:16 PM)
You're confused. It was always Hass avocado. I dunno why you people keep on trying to talk sh*t like that.

I know it was Haas. Where I'm from, it was Haas. And I remember Stouffer's Stove Top Stuffing. It was the first with such a product and it was before it began making frozen dinners.

It could be that some people that dispute these things are either not from the original/same timeline. Are they are bots meant to confuse.


There are far too many differences, that I KNOW have changed, that it cannot be attributed to my faulty memory. I am an immaculate speller and I remember too many things that have changed.


Berestein Bears. I read those books to my children every night for years. Ed McMahon.


Even the anniversary of the date of the moonwalk changed by 9 days. My sister was born on July 29, 1969. All through my growing up years, that was the date of the moonwalk.

The date is now July 20, 1969. It changed some 8 years back. That freaked me out then. Now I KNOW it's because we've been lied to about EVERYTHING, in our 'real world'.
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Fork  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:11 PM)
From the NECS blog:

I've spent the last year becoming familiar with Quantum Computers and their application for our entree software and our clients. How Quantum Computers work, and the laws of Quantum Physics have also helped me to understand the reason for a common technical support issue. An issue that costs both my technical support team and our clients, a serious amount of time and manpower. Indeed, as much as 20% of our technical support resources are involved with this issue.

This Blog post is something that is either going to capture your imagination, or you will just dismiss it and move on. To my knowledge, NECS, Inc. is the first technology company to come out in the open about this subject.

I also want to mention that I am working on a video about this subject, which may be easier for some to understand than this Blog posting. But if you read through this first, you'll have a much better base of understanding to comprehend the points in the video. So, stand by for the video in the next few weeks!



The best way to start is with some examples. Let's kick this off with the Avocado.

Do you recall the most popular type of Avocado being the HAAS or HASS?
(BTW, there is no wrong answer and feel free to Google all this information for yourself.)

I personally remember it being called the HAAS Avocado. From my research in the past, which I easily remembered, it was named after a German botanist, named Rudolph Haas, who had crossbred two types of Avocados to come up with the version we all are familiar with.

Yet incredibly, the HAAS Avocado has never existed. It has always been called the HASS Avocado. The current story is that it was discovered by Rudolph Hass, a post office worker in California. He had received three avocado seeds from a friend and planted them in his backyard. Two of the seeds didn’t grow properly, but the third one did which became the mother tree for the HASS avocado. Rudolph Hass understood he had discovered something very special and went on to patent it.

link to image: https://necs.com/userfiles/invoice%20type%20JO.jpg

Read more here:
https://necs.com/blog-article.php?id=48

Thank you for your wonderful post. I checked with other members of my family and yes, every one of remembers buying HAAS avocados from Von's markets in Southern California. So this is true and NOT a faulty memory, no matter what anyone else believes.


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RE: Food Distributors notice the Mandela Effect
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-22-2019 01:16 PM)
You're confused. It was always Hass avocado. I dunno why you people keep on trying to talk sh*t like that.

Y̶o̶u̶'̶r̶e̶ Millions of people are confused. It was always Hass avocado. I dunno why you people keep on trying to talk sh*t like that.

FIFY.

I understand the skepticism. What I don't understand is the vitriol.

Worst case scenario, using Occam's Razor, is a bunch of people with a memory issue. Is there any need to insult them? Would you do that to some one in front of you having cognitive issues?

Also, a memory defect, hitting a large percentage of the populace, in many cases with an absolutely distinct and ubiquitous false memory, over a wide variety of seemingly nominal, if not trivial, changes in perceived reality is of itself worthy of study.
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Get with the program sometime. It's free, and you will just be left defending an island of your own dubious devising otherwise. Starter pack:

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-126733.html

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If it was like anything else, how small it would have been from the very beginning!
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Lakeofmarch  Wrote: (07-22-2019 05:31 PM)
Get with the program sometime. It's free, and you will just be left defending an island of your own dubious devising otherwise. Starter pack:

http://lunaticoutpost.com/thread-126733.html

I can't take over the militaries job.
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