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xx Deja Vu means you have a brain "glitch", maybe
« Thread started on: Apr 16th, 2016, 10:43am »

If you experience a "deja vu", scientists think you have a brain glitch, but just like yawning, needing sleep, deja vu is still an unknown.

I disagree, because I think deja vu is a real situation.

http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/20839/20160415/is-deja-vu-a-glitch-in-the-human-brain.htm

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« Reply #1 on: Apr 16th, 2016, 12:21pm »

Of course you disagree,,,, that's what makes you Nyx.

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xx Re: Deja Vu means you have a brain "glitch&qu
« Reply #2 on: Apr 17th, 2016, 12:22pm »

on Apr 16th, 2016, 10:43am, Nyx wrote:
If you experience a "deja vu", scientists think you have a brain glitch, but just like yawning, needing sleep, deja vu is still an unknown.

I disagree, because I think deja vu is a real situation.

http://www.natureworldnews.com/articles/20839/20160415/is-deja-vu-a-glitch-in-the-human-brain.htm



I think it quite possible for the underlying mechanisms of deja vu to be something real, as you suggest, Nyx.

Depends on ones philosophical/scientific starting point: if time is immutable it must be impossible to have brief perceptions of events in the distant future. So if you (as some mothers) do have'em it has got be a 'glitch' of the brain / psyche.

But there are intriguing indications saying time is flexible, reversible and even non-existent. I remember an quantum physics experiment where the result is observed before its cause, as if causality or the timeline has reversed. Also a psychology experiment trying to measure human testsubjects in finding the associated word, synonym or meaning in response to a prompt ('finish red white and ...'). Measured time elapsed diminished as the experiment progressed, until participants began giving accurate answers a fraction of a second BEFORE the prompt huh huh huh!

Non-existent time postulates we may access a hidden dimension / alternate reality where no time exists. Only an neverending now. Theoretically, from that timeless perspective, one could get information from any point in our timeline. Including the future...


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