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Gigantic conspiracy

Geordie Rose, a co-founder of D-Wave Systems which makes "the only commercially Quantum Computers available", has mocked the Mandela Effect as a "a funny, gigantic conspiracy".

He told a conference the phenomenon arose because people made the connection between the way these computers work, i.e. by "tapping into parallel universes", and changing the past to erase something so there's no record of it ever happening.

Those experiencing the Mandela Effect are not pleased with this. In fact, it's been pointed out that whilst it's interesting at last that a key player from the world of Quantum Computing has acknowledged the Mandela Effect, he doesn't actually deny it. He just says D-Wave and CERN are not the ones behind it.

These machines cost $20m each, so if you want to try for yourself and have that much lying around, you know where to go.