9 Burst results for "Arthur Hamilton"

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

05:26 min | 11 months ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"The respected entrepreneur. You meet at a party. May be bill gates but he may just as well be bernie madoff and this is what happens again and again made office what happens again and again huck finn. They meet people who are pretending to be a doe fat or people pretending to be somebody but they actually running scheme or some kind of khan and that is The picture that we have in huckleberry finn of the freedom that america gives you but the danger that opens to people being faked being impostors. And i've talked about this a lot in terms of assimilation that in assimilation. We see some pictures like the godfather and get out which were both about assimilation. That they're trying to pull free of an old culture to join the new one but they're also restrained by who they are and a sicilian italian or a black man that sub that somehow is part they feel as part of their identity. Can they become the new american man who is free or are they doing. They also responsibility to that old culture. That can be a tragic story a frightening story or a happy story depending on how it's played out and i experienced this Conflict when. I became a christian. Because i was born jew. My father and my community had a lot of Ties to their judaism. Although they were not religious ties there were social an f. ethnic ties and so when i thought like. Oh gee it's actually. Christianity is true. This is the truth about god. I was very torn. am i define the train My natural self or am. I leaving a false picture of myself created by society and going into the truth an i and that was something i to wrestle with. And that's my book. The great good thing is my memoir by dealing with that very question but assimilation only part of the bigger american conflict with phoniness. If i am whoever i want to be. Am i actually being a phony to a half to be who i was born to be in there too wonderful little cult movies. Like i said that you almost surely never seen That are really worth watching. And i highly recommend them. One is a movie called seconds is made in nineteen sixty six It's a psychological horror story and it's really interesting about this movie stars rock hudson who for those of you who don't know him. A young people don't know who rock hudson was very handsome head that rock face He was in a lot of comedies. With doris day. These kind of sweet. Almost situation comedies. married life and love and romantic comedies. Basically but he also played a hero and a tough guy. He was famously gay. Nobody knew it except everybody in hollywood knew it. I knew it. You know. I mean i was. I was just something somebody whose father was in show business. So i knew he was gay but nobody else did. When the aids crisis came up he was one of the first Big celebrities to die of aids and it was a big shock so he was a guy who knew what was to live a false life. In the middle of this career of light comedies and heroic portrayals and tv show you the hit tv show at the end of his life. Kim he played in this little tiny thriller where he plays a guy that his name is arthur hamilton. And he's a banking executive and he's kind of representative of the fifties early sixties Drone has fallen out of love with his wife. He doesn't like his job is only daughters. Left them these miserable and somebody comes to him and says come to the company and we will give you a new life and so he's played by a different actor rock hudson they take him. This wonderful actor will geer just antastic fantastic actor Is runs this mysterious company and they given plastic surgery and they turn them into handsome rock hudson right and he starts his second life and before they send him out they sell well while we were giving you the surgery we had you under regression drugs and we asked you what you wanted to be. A guy plays a tape for him away. Says i want to be a tennis player. And the guy says well. What else do you want to be. Well i'd like to be an artist. I'd like to be a painter if i can't be a tennis player And so they declare on artist. They give them all these diplomas and these paintings that he didn't painting they say you know this'll be your you have a reputation. You'll be an artist and he was just a little bit of a clip of the seen. What would you like do most of awe of anything in the whole world. I'd like to be a tennis pro. That's what i'd like festival and suppose you couldn't be. What else would you choose. Guess i'd to paint stuff. And saying i think the creative wish pattern is pretty self evident painter exactly exactly because he's not going to be a painter dog can't pay and that's why he can't be a tennis player because a tennis player has an objective standard of scoring points which are painted us. Now there's just gonna give painted. He'll have a reputational. Be painting still have a reputation will be a painter so in other words his new life is a complete phony and of course the ramifications of that or what. The film plays out. And i won't give it away. But i will tell you. The final scene is these. Maybe the scariest scene. I've ever seen in a movie. It's not a gory film or a horror film in that sense but it's a a an absolutely terrifying film that will keep you awake at night..

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"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Buttons. I don't know why he stopped there, but like to be the new guy, one button, that's a problem. But that steams buns fun. This guy likes to party, huh? Yeah, I'm like, I don't know if I could have handled doing that every day because what's fun about our jobs is like It changes all the time. Yes, like you go and you do a show. But that's only for a few months of the year And then you could go off and do movies or I do stand up or you did podcast. You couldn't You all different kinds of things, But I'm like every day showing up at like 4 a.m. and being chipper every morning and never, you could never have, like any real opinions on things. You're just It's true. You know what I mean? I'm more of the mindset like I just love to do I wanted, like, look back when I'm old and be like, Oh, I did a lot of weird stuff. Yeah, I did all this stuff. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from Howstuffworks. Hey, Brain stuff. Lauren Vocal bomb here. A countless humans have watched the Star Wars movies, and most of them will tell you that the bumbling droid named See, Threepio is gold all over. But did you know that See, Threepio actually has one silver leg. And what's that immortal line? Darth Vader. Others in the movie the Empire Strikes back. It's not Luke. I am your father. He actually says no, I am your father. Both of these are pop culture examples of what's called the Mandela Effect, which are false memories shared among a large population of people, a collective misremembering of sorts. The phrase was coined around 2009 by self described paranormal consultant Fiona Broom, who used to to explain the phenomenon where many people around the world believed that the South African leader Nelson Mandela, died in prison in the 19 eighties. But he was released in 1990 later served as president of the country and died in 2013 at the age of 95. Rooms theory is that at all times, there are multiple realities of each universe sometimes called the multi verse and that within each universe, there are variations or generations of objects, people and events. So, according to this theory, memories of these incorrect shared moments are not really false. They're just instances where parallel universes crossed paths for an instant. The multiverse theory is also applied to various concepts and physics and spider Man. Science has other explanations for how the Mandela effect happens. Much of it boils down to the fact that human memory is notoriously unreliable. In this our age of digital technologies, we often equate our brains with computer hard drives, as though our experiences are typed up and filed away in our own organic storage. However, our prefrontal cortex sees where many memories are stored. Don't work with the same precision as a hard drive. We spoke by email with Caitlin Amount a U. C. L, a PhD candidate in neuroscience. She says that based on what we know about the brain, we could make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela effect. Quote. Memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons. When memories recalled, those cells are able to change their connections, which allows for the addition of new information. But because neurons that fire together wire together, sometimes false memories can emerge from erroneous connections. Well, we might think of recalling memories is solidifying them in our brains. Science seems to suggest otherwise. We're calling a memory often triggers other memories in the process, often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways, sort of re consolidating of the information in our brains. Human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation, which is an error or misinterpretation regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others. Confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. Speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete a story in their mind, complete with details and emotional responses, certain that the tale is true. This kind of behavior happens more frequently, and people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage, or Alzheimer's, but healthy individuals confabulation too. OK, so that might explain how one person misremember something, But why would lots of people misremember the same fax? Not points to a 2016 psychology studies showing that 88% of people in an online survey incorrectly picked Alexander Hamilton as a U. S president from a list of possible candidates. Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur. Hamilton was actually the first secretary of Treasury. But since he's associated with many early U. S presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. Not also notes the power of suggestion, she said. Suggestibility is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true. This is why lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions. It suggests a specific answer. These days. There's also the viral power of the Internet and its ability to magnify human error suggestibility and gullibility. Just for example, if one person should vociferously claim that the actor Sinbad starred in a nineties movie about a genie called Chisholm and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers. This could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claimed to remember themselves. In actuality, the actor in the nineties movie about Jeannie was Shaquille O'Neal and the film was called Kazan. Experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be. In one test about 30% of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight 93, which crashed his part of the September 11th terrorist attacks. No such footage exists. Even 20% of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate Memories reported viewing the non existent video. Outside of the lab. Examples of the Mandela effect are pretty common are the popular cartoon bears called the Baron, Steam bears or the bearing stain bears? It's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books is Children. And do you remember a famous portrait of England's King Henry the eighth, grasping a turkey.

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"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"To be the new guy, one button, that's a problem, but 16 bucks fun, But this guy likes to party, huh? Yeah, I'm like, I don't know if I could have handled doing that every day because what's fun about our jobs is like It changes all the time. Yes, like you go and you do a show. But that's only for a few months of the year And then you could go off and do movies or I do stand up for you did podcast you could do all different kinds of things. But I'm like every day showing up at like 4, a.m. and being chipper every morning and never, you could never have, like any Real opinions on things. You're just It's true. You know what I mean? I'm more of the mindset like I just love to do I wanted, like, look back when I'm old and be like, Oh, I did a lot of weird stuff. Yeah, I did all this stuff. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others all available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio app number one for podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff from Howstuffworks. Hey, Brain stuff. Lauren Vocal bomb here. A countless humans have watched the Star Wars movies, and most of them will tell you that the bumbling droid named See, Threepio is gold all over. But did you know that See, Threepio actually has one silver leg. And what's that immortal line? Darth Vader. Others in the movie the Empire Strikes back. It's not Luke. I am your father. He actually says no, I am your father. Both of these are pop culture examples of what's called the Mandela Effect, which are false memories shared among a large population of people. Ah, collective misremembering of sorts. The phrase was coined around 2009 by self described paranormal consultant Fiona Broom, who used to Twix plan the phenomenon where many people around the world believed that the South African leader Nelson Mandela, died in prison in the 19 eighties, But he was released in 1990 later served as president of the country and died in 2013 at the age of 95. Brooms theory is that at all times, there are multiple realities of each universe sometimes called the multi verse and that within each universe, there are variations or generations of objects, people and events. So, according to this theory, memories of these incorrect shared moments are not really faults. They're just instances where parallel universes crossed paths for an instant. The multiverse theory is also applied to various concepts and physics and spider Man. Science has other explanations for how the Mandela effect happens. Much of it boils down to the fact that human memory is notoriously unreliable. In this our age of digital technologies, we often equate our brains with computer hard drives, as though our experiences are typed up and filed away in our own organic storage. However, our prefrontal cortex is where many memories are stored. Don't work with the same precision as a hard drive. We spoke by email with Caitlin Amount a U. C. L, a PhD candidate in neuroscience. She says that based on what we know about the brain, we could make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela effect. Quote. Memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons. When memories recalled, those cells are able to change their connections, which allows for the addition of new information. But because neurons that fire together wire together, sometimes false memories can emerge from erroneous connections. Well, we might think of recalling memories is solidifying them in our brains. Science seems to suggest otherwise. We're calling a memory often triggers other memories in the process, often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways a sort of we consolidating of the information in our brains. Human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation, which is an error or misinterpretation regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others. Confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. Speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete a story in their mind, complete with details and emotional responses, certain that the tale is true. This kind of behavior happens more frequently, and people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage, or Alzheimer's, but healthy individuals confabulation too. OK, so that might explain how one person misremember something, But why would lots of people misremember the same fax? Not points to a 2016 psychology studies showing that 88% of people in an online survey incorrectly picked Alexander Hamilton as a U. S president from a list of possible candidates. Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur. Hamilton was actually the first secretary of Treasury. But since he's associated with many early U. S presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. Not also notes the power of suggestion, she said. Suggestibility is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true. This is why lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions that suggests a specific answer. These days. There's also the viral power of the Internet and its ability to magnify human error suggestibility and gullibility. Just for example, if one person should vociferously claim that the actor Sinbad starred in a nineties movie about a genie called Chisholm and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers. This could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claimed to remember themselves. In actuality, the actor in the nineties movie about Jeannie was Shaquille O'Neal, and the film was called because Sam Experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be. In one test about 30% of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight 93, which crashed his part of the September 11th terrorist attacks. No such footage exists. Even 20% of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate Memories reported viewing the non existent video. And outside of the lab. Examples of the Mandela effect are pretty common are the popular cartoon bears called the Baron Steam Bears or the Berenstain Bears? It's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books is Children. And do you remember a famous portrait of England's King Henry the eighth, grasping a turkey leg? So do a lot of other people, but it never existed..

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"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Memories are stored don't work with the same precision as a hard drive we spoke by email with Caitlin amount AT seal a PhD candidate in neuroscience she says that based on what we know about the brain we can make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela fact quote memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons wanna memories recalled those cells are able to change their connections which allows for the addition of new information but because neurons that fire together wired together sometimes false memories can emerge from around his connections well we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers other memories in the process often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways sort of we consolidating of the information in our brains human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation which is an error or misinterpretation of regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete a story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses certain that the tail is true this kind of behavior happens more frequently in people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's but healthy individuals constabulary to okay so that might explain how one person miss remember something but why would lots of people must remember the same tax points to twenty sixteen psychology study showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey incorrectly pick Alexander Hamilton as a U. S. president from a list of possible candidates Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury but since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief also note the power of suggestion she said to just ability is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true this is my lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions that suggest a specific answer these days there's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error just ability and gullibility and just for example if one person should firstly claim that the actor Sinbad start in a nineties movie about a genie cultures them and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers this could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claim to remember themselves in actuality the actor in the nineties movie about a genie wish kill o'neill and the film is called Qasem experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of the September eleventh terrorist attacks no such footage cassettes even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported feeling be nonexistent video outside of the lab examples of the mental effect are pretty common are the popular cartoon bears called the Berenstain bears or the Berenstain bears it's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children and do you remember a famous portrait of England's king Henry the eighth grasping.

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Memories are stored don't work with the same precision as a hard drive we spoke by email with Caitlin amount a UCLA PhD candidate in neuroscience she says that based on what we know about the brain we can make inferences about what contributes to the mental effect quote memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons wanna memories recalled those cells are able to change their connections which allows for the addition of new information but because neurons that fire together wired together sometimes false memories can emerge from around his connections well we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers other memories in the process often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways sort of re consolidating of the information in our brains human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation which is an error or misinterpretation of regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete a story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses certain that the tail is true this kind of behavior happens more frequently in people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's but healthy individuals constabulary to okay so that might explain how one person miss remember something but why would lots of people must remember the same tax points to twenty sixteen psychology study showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey incorrectly pick Alexander Hamilton as a U. S. president from a list of possible candidates Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury but since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief also note the power of suggestion suggestibility is the tendency to believe what other subjects to be true this is my lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions it's just a specific answer these days there's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error just ability and gullibility and just for example if one person should firstly claim that the actors in bad start in a nineties movie about a genie cultures them and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers this could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claimed to remember themselves in actuality the actor in the nineties movie about a genie wish kill o'neill and the film is called Qasem experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of the September eleventh terrorist attacks no such footage process even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported feeling the nonexistent video outside of the lab examples of the mental aspect are pretty common are the popular cartoon bears called the Berenstain bears or the Berenstain bears it's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children and do you remember a famous portrait of England's king Henry the eighth grasping a.

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Here. humans have watched the Star Wars movies and most of them will tell you that the bumbling droid name C. three PO is gold all over but did you know that C. three PO actually has one silver leg and what's that the mortal line Darth Vader others in the movie the empire strikes back it's not Luke I am your father she actually says no I am your father. both of these are pop culture examples of what's called the Mandela a fact which are false memories shared among a large population of people collected mis remembering of sorts. the phrase was coined around two thousand nine by self described paranormal consultant Fiona broom who used to to explain the phenomenon where many people around the world I believe that the south African leader Nelson Mandela died in prison in the nineteen eighties but she was released in nineteen ninety later served as president of the country and died in twenty thirteen at the age of ninety five. brooms theory is that at all times there are multiple realities each universe sometimes called the multi first and that within each universe there are variations or iterations of objects people and events. according to this theory memories of these incorrect shared moments are not really fall they're just instances where parallel universes crossed paths for an instant the multiverse theory is also applied to various concepts in physics and spider man. science has other explanations for how the Mandela fact happens much of it boils down to the fact that human memory is notoriously unreliable in this our age of digital technologies we often equate our brains with computer hard drives as though our experiences are typed up and filed away in our own organic storage however our prefrontal cortices where many memories are stored don't work with the same precision as a hard drive. we spoke by email with Caitlin amount AT seal a PhD candidate in neuroscience she says that based on what we know about the brain we can make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela fact quote memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons when memories recalled those cells are able to change their connections which allows for the addition of new information but because neurons that fire together wired together sometimes false memories can emerge from around his connections. well we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers other memories in the process often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways sort of re consolidating of the information in our brains. human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation which is an error or misinterpretation of regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete the story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses certain that the tail is true. this kind of behavior happens more frequently in people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's but healthy individuals compatibility to. okay so that might explain how one person miss remember something but why would lots of people miss remember the same. points to twenty sixteen psychology study showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey incorrectly pick Alexander Hamilton as a U. S. president from a list of possible candidates Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur. Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury but since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. also notes the power of suggestion she said to just ability is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true this is my lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions that suggest a specific answer. these days there's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error just ability and gullibility and just for example if one person should firstly claim that the actors Sinbad start in a nineties movie about a genie cultures them and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers this could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claim to remember themselves in actuality the actor in the nineties movie about a genie wish kill o'neill and the film was called Qasem. experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of the September eleventh terrorist attacks no such footage process. even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported feeling the nonexistent video. outside of the lab examples of the mental effect are pretty common. are the popular cartoon bears called the Berenstain bears or the Berenstain bears it's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children and do you remember a famous portrait of England's king Henry the eighth grasping a.

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"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Humans have watched the Star Wars movies and most of them will tell you that the bumbling droid name C. three PO is gold all over but did you know that C. three PO actually has one silver leg and what's that the mortal line Darth Vader others in the movie the empire strikes back it's not Luke I am your father she actually says no I am your father. I'm both of these are pop culture examples of what's called the Mandela a fact which are false memories shared among a large population of people collected mis remembering of sorts. the phrase was coined around two thousand nine by self described paranormal consultant Fiona broom who used to to explain the phenomenon where many people around the world I believe that the south African leader Nelson Mandela died in prison in the nineteen eighties but she was released in nineteen ninety later served as president of the country and died in twenty thirteen at the age of ninety five. brooms theory is that at all times there are multiple realities each universe sometimes called the multi first and that within each universe there are variations or iterations of objects people and events. according to this theory memories of these incorrect shared moments are not really fall they're just instances where parallel universes crossed paths for an instant the multiverse theory is also applied to various concepts in physics and spider man. science has other explanations for how the Mandela fact happens much of it boils down to the fact that human memory is notoriously unreliable in this our age of digital technologies we often equate our brains with computer hard drives is that our experiences are typed up and filed away in our own organic storage however our prefrontal cortices where many memories are stored don't work with the same precision as a hard drive. we spoke by email with Caitlin amount AT seal a PhD candidate in neuroscience she says that based on what we know about the brain we can make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela fact quote memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons when memories recalled those cells are able to change their connections which allows for the addition of new information but because neurons that fire together wired together sometimes false memories can emerge from around his connections. well we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers other memories in the process often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways sort of we consolidating of the information in our brains. human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation which is an error or misinterpretation of regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete the story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses certain that the tail is true. this kind of behavior happens more frequently in people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's but healthy individuals compatibility to. okay so that might explain how one person miss remember something but why would lots of people miss remember the same. points to twenty sixteen psychology study showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey in correctly picked Alexander Hamilton as a U. S. president from a list of possible candidates Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur. Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury but since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. also notes the power of suggestion she said to just ability is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true this is my lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions that suggest a specific answer. these days there's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error just ability and gullibility and just for example if one person should firstly claimed the actor's Sinbad start in a nineties movie about a genie cultures them and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers this could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claim to remember themselves in actuality the after in the nineties movie about a genie wish kill o'neill and the film is called Qasem. experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of the September eleventh terrorist attacks no such footage process. even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported feeling the nonexistent video. outside of the lab examples of the Mandela fact are pretty common. are the popular cartoon bears called the Berenstain bears or the Berenstain bears it's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children and do you remember a famous portrait of England's king Henry the eighth grasping a Turkey leg.

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"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"arthur hamilton" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"We spoke by email with Caitlin amount AT seal a PhD candidate in neuroscience she says that based on what we know about the brain we can make inferences about what contributes to the mental effect quote memories are organized in the brain so that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons when a memories recalled those cells are able to change their connections which allows for the addition of new information but because neurons that fire together wired together sometimes false memories can emerge from around his connections. well we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers other memories in the process often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways sort of we consolidating of the information in our brains. human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation which is an error or misinterpretation of regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs when the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete the story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses certain that the tail is true. this kind of behavior happens more frequently in people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's but healthy individuals constabulary to. okay so that might explain how one person miss remember something but why would lots of people must remember the same. points to twenty sixteen psychology study showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey in correctly picked Alexander Hamilton as a U. S. president from a list of possible candidates Hilton's recognition great was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester Arthur. Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury but since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. also note the power of suggestion she said to just ability is the tendency to believe what other subjects to be true this is my lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions that suggest a specific answer. these days there's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error suggestibility and gullibility and just for example if one person should firstly claim that the actor Sinbad start in a nineties movie about a genie cultures them and could pro offer plot details that strike a chord with other readers this could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claim to remember themselves in actuality the actor in the nineties movie about a genie wish kilo Neil and the film is called Qasem. experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed they had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of the September eleventh terrorist attacks no such footage process. even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported feeling the nonexistent video. outside of the lab examples of the mental effect are pretty common. are the popular cartoon bears called the Berenstain bears or the Berenstain bears it's the latter something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children. do you remember a famous portrait of England's king Henry the eighth grasping a.

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What Is the Mandela Effect?

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05:26 min | 3 years ago

What Is the Mandela Effect?

"Countless humans have watched the Star Wars movies. And most of them will tell you that the bumbling droid named see three PO is gold all over. But did you know that C three PO actually has won silver leg? And what's that immortal line? Darth Vader utters in the movie The Empire Strikes back. It's not Luke. I am your father. He actually says no, I am your father, a both of these are pop culture examples of what's called the Mandela effect which are false memories. Shared among a large population of people a collective miss remembering of sorts, the phrase was coined around two thousand nine by self-described paranormal consultant view on a broom who used it to explain the phenomenon where many people around the world believed that the South African leader Nelson. Mandela died in prison in the nineteen eighties. But he was released in nineteen ninety later served as president of the country and died in two thousand thirteen at the age of ninety five brooms theory is that at all. All times there are multiple realities of each universe. Sometimes called the multi-diverse and that within each universe. There are variations or iterations of objects people end events. So according to this theory memories of these. Incorrect shared moments are not really false. They're just instances where parallel universes crossed paths for an instant the multi theory is also applied to various concepts in physics and Spiderman. A science has other explanations for how the men della effect happens much of it boils down to the fact that human memory is notoriously unreliable in this hour age of digital technologies. We often equate our brains with computer, hard drives. As though our experiences are typed up in filed away in our own organic storage. However, our prefrontal cortex sees where many memories are stored don't work with the same precision as a hard drive. We spoke by Email with Caitlyn a moat a UCLA PHD candidate in neuro science. She says that based on what we know about the brain. We can make inferences about what contributes to the Mandela affect quote memories are organized in the brain. So that similar memories are stored in nearby neurons when a memory is recalled those cells are able to change their connections, which allows for the addition of new information, but because neurons that fire together wire together sometimes false memories can emerge from aronie is connections. Well, we might think of recalling memories as solidifying them in our brains science seems to suggest otherwise recalling a memory often triggers. Other memories in the process, often intertwining various scenarios and people in new ways a sort of reconsolidating of the information in our brains. Human beings are also vulnerable to the concept of confabulation, which is an error or misinterpretation regarding a memory without a conscious attempt to mislead ourselves or others confabulation occurs. When the brain is attempting to fill in the blanks for incomplete memories. A speaker may mix and match similar experiences and information in order to complete a story in their mind complete with details and emotional responses. Certain that the tail is true. This kind of behavior happens more frequently and people coping with neurological issues such as brain damage or Alzheimer's, but healthy individuals confabulation too. Okay. So that might explain how one person misremembered something, but why would lots of people misremembered. Remember the same fax a moat points to twenty sixteen psychology. Studies showing that eighty eight percent of people in an online survey incorrectly. Picked Alexander Hamilton as a US president from a list of possible candidates, Hilton's recognition rate was much higher than that of some actual presidents like Franklin Pierce and Chester. Arthur Hamilton was actually the first secretary of treasury. But since he's associated with many early US presidents and has a hit Broadway show with his name in the title one or many could be forgiven for mistaking him for a former commander in chief. A moat also notes the power of suggestion. She said suggest ability is the tendency to believe what others suggest to be true. This is why lawyers are prohibited from asking witnesses leading questions at suggest a specific answer. These days. There's also the viral power of the internet and its ability to magnify human error suggest ability and gullibility just for example, if one person should Pacific sleep claimed the actor Sinbad start in a nineties movie about a genie called ZIM and could pro- off her plot. Details that strike a chord with other readers? This could generate a false narrative that many people might believe to be true or even claimed her member themselves in actuality, the actor in the nineties movie about genie was Shaquille O'Neal, and the film was called Kazan. Experiments continually demonstrate just how flawed human memory can be in one test about thirty percent of subjects confirmed. They had viewed video footage of United flight ninety three which crashed as part of these timber eleventh terrorist attacks, no such footage exists. Even twenty percent of people with highly superior autobiographical memory that is incredibly accurate memories reported viewing the nonexistent video and outside of the lab examples of the Mandela affect are pretty common are the popular cartoon bears called the baron Steen bears or the baron stain bears. It's the latter. Something that shocks many people who remember reading these books as children and do you remember a famous portrait of England's king? Henry the eighth grasping Turkey leg. The so do a lot of other people, but it never

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