Mandela Effects

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    The Mandela Effect is a phenomenon where a large number of people have a false memory about an event or fact. Nelson Mandela’s death in 2013 was the initial event to spark the conspiracy because multiple people remembered him dying while in prison in the 1980s.



    really interesting stuffs, something is going on that doesnt seems right.



    This cant be right, I m pretty sure AD is After Death' or after something, definitely not something latin like Anno Domini.

    What do you guys think?
     
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    I've always known it as Anno Domini. I don't know if this is a Mandela effect or just confusion. In a similar fashion, Noon is often written as "12pm", but "pm" stands for "post meridiem" as in after the meridiem, which is noon. So "12pm" is an oxymoron, as it is after itself. Same with midnight and "am", or "ante meridiem" (before noon).
     
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    Kinda like driving on the parkway or parking in the driveway
     
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