The man in the video pointed out something very strange that I hadn’t noticed before.

Basically, it goes like this (but watch the video because I’m not going to do it justice): He points out clearly where things we used to do as a society just wasted hours of time. Tasks that took a great deal of time that most of us did daily, but then we created devices that reduced hours to seconds, thus freeing up a great deal of wasted time.

But here is where it gets strange: With all the hours gained we are now running out of time to do things before the end of the day. ???? But this doesn’t make sense! We freed up a massive amount of time that seems to have created a deficit of free time.

Then he points out that no one is aware of the environment anymore. That everyone is distracted and off in their own world. He is basically saying that something between our awareness and the current state of society may be linked to the famous Mandela Effect.

I don’t know what to make of it but if someone pressed me to solve this puzzle I “might” say that the brain is a muscle and we may somehow be overloading it with data which then results in a deficit of available energy or drive to get things accomplished (best guess). As far as the Mandela Effect goes I’m not sure if a distracted society is influencing reality, I will need more proof.

I welcome any other opinions on this video that gave me such a strange feeling about our current society.

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  1. I think people spend more time on games, social media, and ways to combat boredom nowadays. Time just slips away with nothing to show for it. When you build a fort you get 4-5 summers of fun. Win a video game…nada! Maybe some bit box full of phony credits to build your phony digital empire. Very little is real anymore. The fact is, you have all the time there is. What you do, kill it or make the most of it?

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  2. I would like to see the difference between the 50s and the 70s. I don’t think it would be this drastic as between the 90s and now.

    Maybe we have freed up too much time and we have a need to fill it in with more empty things and have no time left. No one notices the environment anymore at all because we have isolated ourselves with home entertainment systems, phones, and computers. Hanging out with friends is an event now…not an everyday thing…we text and email instead.
    It has changed the landscape because you have a society that wants and gets things now so nothing is special anymore…You don’t have anticipation because there is no waiting…we are making no new real memories daily now.

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    • You stated — “Hanging out with friends is an event now…not an everyday thing”

      My response — That’s so true, you bring up a great point.

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      • I work in IT and I think sometimes it’s gone too far. Our reality is fake in some ways. Do you believe any pictures you see anymore because of photoshop? Musicians using autotune to hit notes. Video manipulation…

        I’m probably thinking too much into it.

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        • You stated — “Do you believe any pictures you see anymore because of photoshop? ”

          My response — I think all pictures are real. I only question them if they are of something extraordinary. For those few I need more proof than just a photo.

          You stated — “I’m probably thinking too much into it.”

          My response — It’s ok, the world can afford a few people who think to much given how many people don’t think at all.

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        • Or CGI and special effects.

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  3. I don’t know how the Mandela thing applies but, time has sped up. Yes. It’s a product of the end if The Human Plan, the region of space we entered that coincided with the Mayan calendar reset, Universal energies, Earth herself… Time slowed to a crawl as we were working in the 7,000 year plan. Our solar system is in a bubble & the speed of light is slower in here than the rest of the Universe. Things are changing.

    This Mandela Effect…my group has touched on it but, we haven’t gleaned anything substantial, yet.

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  4. Just out of curiosity, do you have your comment section purposefully stopped at two-deep nesting?

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  5. Interesting. Your site stops replies at two. The WP reader has no blocks on replies.

    Sorry. Doing research…

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