EPCOT Caused a Mandela effect?

ChrisFL

Premium Member
Original Poster
Found this randomly and reminded me of something:


A Frowning Mona Lisa
Leonardo da Vinci’s painting is among the most famous works of art in recorded history. So why do so many admirers insist the demure subject of the portrait is frowning instead of correctly describing her with a smirk? Brewer can’t say for certain, but conjuring an image of the painting might involve filling in the blanks with segments of other paintings. “It would be interesting to look at the statistical frequencies of frowns, not smiling, or smiling in paintings,” he says. “Maybe people are just taking the statistical regularity of the [art] environment. People get exposed to a lot of art where people aren’t smiling.”



This was actually a scene in the extinct World of Motion attraction, Mona Lisa frowning while Leonardo Da Vinci was busy with one of his flying machines which you can see here:

 

larryz

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This was actually a scene in the extinct World of Motion attraction, Mona Lisa frowning while Leonardo Da Vinci was busy with one of his flying machines which you can see here:

Jump to 28:00 if you don't want to watch the whole video to find it...
 

Robbiem

Well-Known Member
Interesting article I wonder what other examples of the Mandela effect there are in our collective WDW memories?
 

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