I wanted to share some ideas I have on it, and get some feedback. “Sliding” from one reality to another seems the simplest explanation, but I’m sure it’s not the only one. i remember because when i was younger i would always pronounce it Bare-en-Stine…..the hell is going on here. I clearly remember them as BerenSTAIN, because I had a read-along book with a tape (“Berenstain Bears and the Sitter”) that pronounced it as such. I ended up writing Berenstein because that’s how it was spelled! Actually, Claire, there are people who remember it always being written as Berenstain, including Sarah above. It has been a topic at work, 3 of us thought it was Stein, and 1 thought stain, but we all pronounced it as stain. Even my parents said Berenstein, not Berenstain. Wait hold up. 09/19/1985: Michael J Fox- star of Back to the Future. I, too, remember pronouncing Berenstain – “Burn-steen” my entire life. I’m a big fan of “what if…?” discussions and speculation, and your comments raised lots of cool questions. (Yes, that’s an odd little site. That’s okay. I was a very voracious reader as a child and I have a distinct memory of them being the BerenSTEIN Bears. Yep, my husband and I remember the Berenstein Bears and the weird thing is we pronounce it differently. You mentioned the idea that humans and their minds seem to transfer, but other things don’t. However, the theory that it was never Berenstein to begin with creeps me out majorly. Since I spent a lot of my childhood (and adult years) at M.I.T., I understand intellectual curiosity. – Is it a personal memory, or is it one of interacting with a person place of thing? EVERY one of them said STEIN…. I had the reading level of a 5 yr old until I was in the 7th grade, and suddenly seemed to snap into place and I jump to a high school level by the end of the year. Can’t speak to the 200-in-one variant however. Justin Danger — and others — the regular Jewish references amaze me. But I question everything so much, that I would seriously second guess my own memory, when all available evidence points in the opposite direction. I have a notion that King Henry VIII was kind of a glutton, and I have a notion of fat gluttonous kings eating turkey legs, so when I need to recall an image of Henry VIII, I put these things together. The other thing is, in any universe, under the assumptions made, there are bound to be people with perfect memories — that is, whose memories accord perfectly with the recorded history of this universe. It is also disappointing in its fallibility. Nope, the official records state that the series was always Berenstain, after the very real last names of the authors (Berenstain.). It was exactly the same as the completely inconsequential dream I had, which I had no idea WHY I dreamt about it at the time (when I dreamt it, I’d never seen that scene before, and my mom didn’t have those slippers….) The Berenstain Bears Nursery Tales, 1973 is the first book to use Berenstain Bears from what i can tell. I found it! It was mid-day, so the bar wasn’t open. Are the various permutations of the Mandela Effect phenomena the only universes? The list of psychological and social factors that distort memory is exhaustive. Mike H. Well, it sure is; Saturday morning, 7:00am. (Hard to pinpoint the exact date there, TBH.). Cameron, see my reply to Tiare. It doesn’t work for me, and I doubt that most of my readers think they’ve just “misremembered,” either. If you grew up remembering the "Berenstain Bears" as the "Berenstein Bears" and you swear the line from Snow White is actually "mirror, mirror on the wall," then read on for more creepy examples of what’s known as the Mandela Effect — the idea that a parallel universe (not just coincidence) can explain why so many people collectively remember historical moments incorrectly. I think that people may be rememberimg it as “Berenstein” rather than “Berenstain” simply because of the way they were pronouncing it. This isn’t something I would misremember. Perhaps reading the word, and it not sounding “quite right” caused you to pronounce it differently without realizing and created a false memory of it being the way you said it. I practiced my handwriting by tracing the Berenstein Bears title on the books over and over and over again, for a couple years at least. I hadn’t seen that… and how very cool! I don’t think you guys are crazy or anything, I think you’re trying to make sense of something that really happened to you; for whatever reason, you really do have memories Mandela dying in the 80’s. She commented on July 19th. That was the way she typed it into YouTube, and that was the way it was written on the books I spent hours rearranging. I’ve asked 4 other people my age and 3 being in their late 40s/early 50s and they have all agreed with me that it was Berenstein. I KNOW it was berenstein!!! And she said it like that, over pronouncing the end and in a loud tone of voice. I have a great memory. Many of these moments of corporate consciousness are spontaneous; a celebrity dies, a disaster occurs (Challenger, 9/11). I’d love to find another reason why so many people remember the Berenstein Bears, like a massive distribution of imported counterfeit books that used the wrong spelling. It’s not simply mis-remembering something, or forgetting something, or being wrong about something. However, many of the rest are things that I wouldn’t have paid much attention to, anyway. The only problem? I found a believer in the BerenstAins. I don’t believe in parallel worlds. In other words, because of 9/11, a large number of MEs exist for the 1995-2005 period. I am dumbfounded right now. There’s a Henry VIII turkey-leg portrait somewhere out there. She has been in movies and series that I am not familiar with so can not reference at this time. How very odd it must be to the Berenstain family to have so many people remembering the name different – he just sounds bemused. I see uneven pixelation, uneven coloring or text, and — in general — preposterous claims with no real-life support, so I sigh and close that open tab. Crazy! This was an IMMENSE blessing for me- to wake up and one day realize not only do I need to get myself and my children away from this person, but I CAN. For a lot of people, it’s easier to say “No, I remember that different” when it’s something visual. Upon looking it was only released in 2007. – How far do your alternative memories go back? the berenstein bear show?? Mike, you’re right. The best I’ve got is, “I’m not crazy in real life, but the Mandela Effect is making me consider some pretty crazy things.”. That’s how I interpreted it as a kid, some sort of intuitive gnosis that reality had just shifted. I specifically remember Berenstein Bears, not Berenstain Bears. For anyone who clicks to see it, the Berenstein Bears (TV show premiere) listing is in the column showing TV shows at Saturday morning, 7 AM, on channels 4 & 9. They’re very, very good, and I appreciate you taking the time to share your views and questions. No you wont I already have and it was stain creeped me out cuz the one where the bear sneaks out of bed was my favorite went to moms attic dug out the book myself its been there 20 years wtf why do we remember stein, We remember it being berenstein because back when we were younger we didn’t pronounce all syllables like im sure you said it like (bern-steen bears) back then every one did those books are ancient we read them in kindergarten back when syllables didn’t matter now we are older and pronouncing our syllables mind freaking ourselves. I am a readaholic, and have been since I was 4 years old. That’s not what most visitors seem to remember. I have so little patience with these fake photos, I don’t scrutinize them as carefully as I should. I don’t normally comment, but this is freaking me out. Her sister has the same memory. Did You Know There’s A Word For When You're Totally Positive Something Happened Even Though It Didn't? If I didn’t have the memories I do, I’d feel that way, as well. Daniel, I’m not sure I follow the connections in these observations, but I definitely commend you for putting in many hours uncovering these quirky details. I think it’s a fun and intriguing idea — mundane differences we normally attribute to faulty memories offering a proof of parallel universes — that would make for an excellent book or movie. BerenSTEIN was difficult for me I remember being corrected several times by family when I just called them the “bear books”. I recall when the author (Jan) passed away in 2012, the headlines spelled Berenstain, and I had this weird feeling that it was not right. Oddly enough, they said BerenSTAIN!!!!!!!!! I only mentioned you guys at all because you come up so frequently in discussions about the Berenst*in Bears. 1985 was one of the years I listed. Although “Toons” would make sense for these iconic cartoons, the correct spelling is actually “Tunes,” a nod to the series’ orchestra music and sound effects. Outkast’s “Miss Jackson” was actually released in the ’90s. There are some other numbers but I do not know what they mean, Dude, if you’re talking about the numbers that look like a countdown, they indicate the printing… how many times the book went back to press. I work at the library in the children’s section and I shelf books like these every day… they ARE “Berenstein”. Until someone runs into something radically different from a memory he or she knows is real, it’s kind of difficult to accept the Mandela Effect concept. It was always pronounced “Steen” even in the cartoons I remember. Just one? Why does NZ move, but I still have a scar on my lower lip? He was always a useful reference when playing “Six Degrees of…”. I chalked it up to a faulty memory, but it’s comforting that so many others remember it being spelled Berenstein as well! Seems irrelevant. Also, like many others, I pronounced it as “Berensteen” because I thought that the ‘ei’ would make an ‘ee’ sound. It was definitely spelled BerenSTEIN but pronounced BerenSTAIN – I distinctly remember this because the name was not pronounced how it was spelled. It’s a cherished childhood memory. S, you’ve probably hit the nail on the head,if it were berenstein and people remembered it as berenstain,the topic could have been a genuine mandela effect.Berenstain sounds silly,how true ! It’s all crazy sounding, but this seems the place to share a little crazy…. If universe swapping were occurring, then this would help us understand more about how many universes there are, or how often these things happen. I don’t even know how to process this information. As a child I remember mispronouncing the name as “Burn-steen” until the cartoon came out and the narrator clearly stated them as the “Beren-STEIN Bears”. Memory is imperfect, and we often re-write old memories in the act of recalling them…so it makes sense that we would assume that the more common suffix, stein, is the one that is used. These planned events are predicated on the group expectation that something incredible, or “miraculous,” will happen; the business will see increased prosperity, the lame will walk. 04/19/1984 The beginning of the change:”Easter Suprise”- season won’t change. Ok I have to weigh in here…it was absolutely (100% Certainty) spelled Beren-s-t-e-i-n. No question. I remember looking for the book in the first grade for the spelling because I didn’t know whether it was “Barenstein” or “Berenstein” and I was writing a paragraph on my favorite book (I loved the one about the sister bear being envious!) I recently learned that none of that happened, and was confused, because of how strong the memory was. (And one star of the show, Jason Hawes, is insistent that he never allowed others to use the TAPS name for the show… but how would he know if Houston, Texas’ newspapers used the TAPS name for a couple of weeks? I remember Berenstein Bears, as does the son I read to, I recall Mandela initially as passing in the 80’s, David Soul committed suicide in my memory. Human memory is a peculiar thing and very surprising in its scope and power. Age, per time-specific references, seems to be all over the place. I had access to the back rooms of a major American art museum. Why would I pronounce it ‘steen’ if it was spelled ‘stain’? I would like to say that I VERY CLEARLY remember “Berenstain Bears” being Berenstein Bears. Or in the business world, it can look like Steve Jobs’ “reality distortion field,” described by his biographer as the way Jobs got engineers to do the seemingly impossible – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQcxhZmEVG8 – by convincing them to believe along with him that the task at hand was not actually impossible. Well, yes, anyone can Photoshop a picture to change the titles. Of course I have no way of verifying if it was just the product of an overactive imagination. OMG this is just too weird. This is crazy and really creepy. Lots of days, lots of irritation. Was Jobs just talented at manufacturing timeslips? My whole family, I swear, said Beren-STEEN. How would the process of transfer even recognize humans? It might have been a Google Earth glitch, albeit an unlikely one. Would they be able to customize their very own timeslips by staging celebrity deaths and large scale disasters? Other than that, I don’t know what the commonalities are. Shirley Temple died young, not at 85. I cant say I fully remember if it was stain or stein. I’m also familiar with the need for professionals to distance themselves from extreme and unproved theories and phenomena. And I was staring into the sky I said to myself “I’m on Mars now”. 10/10/1985: Incorrigible- the shift could not be easily changed and print went back to “Berenstein”. what the heck. Slept walked out of hotel room when I was 10, woke up next to the road, another time woke up outside in the hot tub (scary for parents of a little girl no doubt). Just out of curiousity, when was this first noticed, or when were people talking about this?
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