One of the biggest debates about "who died when" is the Nelson Mandela life
A friend of mine, when picking up a newspaper announcing Mandela's release from
prison, many years ago, was completely stumped! He was absolutely certain that
Nelson Mandela had died.
The interesting part of this, is that he was with a very savvy friend of his,
at the time they read the news headline. His friend was just as convinced that
Mandela was no longer alive.
Recently someone has begun polling people and they are giving a YES or NO
response to that question about Mandela's demise, and it is beyond any
statistical variable we know of, that a great number of people "remember another
timeline". They remember Mandela's funeral, in detail.
Are we changing our own future timeline, every day? Is the world population changing it?
Because of intractable beliefs, or because of assumed propaganda?
Those are, I believe, very good questions.
We know that every person affects
the course of our world's reality, even if only in the smallest measure.
Science Fiction (and even particle physics) is packed full of theories about the fact that our present is dependent on the past. But also, that the past can be affected by the present! Now there's a conundrum to keep us awake at night, huh?
Think positively, and it opens up a great deal of food for thought.