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#1 11 years ago

Déjà vu - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Recently i have had more than a few experiences of Deja Vu. Its not the first time i have had it, but i have definetly stopped and paused a few times in the last week or so, and realised that im having a "Deja Vu Moment". I decided to do a bit of revision into the subject prior to writting this thread to see what the *Experts* are saying on the subject. Visiting my First Port of call - The wonderful* Wikipedia, it states there are 3 kinds of Deja Vu, and typically the Name Deja Vu is actually missused. It is believed that the most common form of Paramnesia is Deja Vecu, Which is translated as "Already Lived". The Next Form is Deja Senti, which is translated to "Already Felt". The Last Form is Deja Visite - Which means "Already visited". Deja Visite is certainly very interesting, as the person experiencing it, is usually very familiar with his or her surroundings when they havent in fact ever been to the place where they are experiencing this form of Paramnesia. On my hunt for answers on Paramnesia, i came across a 10mintue video on the net a few weeks back: Imagining the Tenth Dimension - A Book by Rob Bryanton Watching through this video i remember it saying about looking* into another Dimension. (Apologies, i have no sound on this Desktop so i cannot watch it to be exact) This occurs somewhere around the 6th or 7th Dimension i think, and made me wonder - Are our lives in fact in Parallel, and when we have Paramnesia, are we infact experiencing a link with ourselves in another Dimension? - Is it infact a point at which we break away from our *Parallel Selves* and as we Tear away from that destiny forming a new one we recall what our previous self has done. Again another theory from this Video which is the theory that we are actually connected to ourselves in time; Are our minds seeing along this time *Portal* Viewing what will come, when some how we are in parallel with time? Im open to any views, I just want to know what others think on the subject. My girlfriend says she's never had Paramnesia before and so doesn't believe it actually occurs, but really it happens to around 70% of us! Cheers, Ollie




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#2 11 years ago

Well, I've a had a few bouts of it myself. Once I dreamt of going to park I've never seen nor heard of till a few years ago. Then a few days later I'm at that park. It dumbfounded me for a bit.


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#3 11 years ago

I had some déjà vus in the past. But I think there is a simple explanation for it. Sometimes our brains are misinterpreting a new sensation as a past sensation. It will make you think that you have experienced a certain event/sensation before.

The different scientific theories are also explained in the Wikipedia article mentioned above.




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#4 11 years ago

Well. I suppose this is more of an ESP thing. But a few times during the summer, I was thinking about certain episodes of family guy that my friends had told me about. Although I hadnt seen them before. And a few nights later I turned on adult swim, and those episodes were on one right after another. It was creepy. And ive had the dreams. Where I dream about someplace Ive never been before, then a few days or weeks later, im there. It really freaks me out.




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#5 11 years ago
rabid midgit;4617877And ive had the dreams. Where I dream about someplace Ive never been before, then a few days or weeks later, im there. It really freaks me out.

Are you sure that you have actually dreamt about this place? Do you know exactly when?




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#6 11 years ago

Its a change feeling when you get it. I was following a truck the other day, and for around 30seconds i experienced it. My girlfriend was talking about something to do with pizza :rolleyes:... and she said everything *word for word* that was in my clip of Deja Vu* Its crazy! Thing is they cant/its difficult to test and expirement under labourotory* conditions due to the infact it can be so infrequent with some individuals. You would have to be tested for say a year - constantly connected to a machine that reads brain functions.




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#7 11 years ago
Mephistopheles;4617904Are you sure that you have actually dreamt about this place? Do you know exactly when?

I dreamt about it a few weeks before it happened. Another time, I had really wanted to see Saving Private Ryan. This was a while ago. I had never seen any clips or trailors of it. But about two weeks before Ifinally watched it for the first time, I dreamt of a building with a bunch of women on typewriters. I had no idea what it was at the time and wrote it off as just another pointless dream. then two weeks later, I watched Saving Private Ryan. And I saw the scene where they had all the women writing letters to the mothers back home. It was realllllyyy creepy. I suppose you could just say that I hd seen that scene before and didnt remember, just to have my subconsious bring it back up. But im quite certain that I hadnt seen it. Ever.




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#8 11 years ago

I always think I get deja vu at work, but then I remember that I do the same thing day-in day-out and realise it wasn't deja vu at all.




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#9 11 years ago

hahaha^^^ that aint deja vu , but pretty funny anyways... The best explanation scientificly in my view is this one.... l saw a documentry somewhere that explained it something like this, humans take in 3 frames through there eyes, in the time it takes to process the first image, deja vu, is created, between the 3 frames, when the final frame is sent to be processed, you get a deja vu experience, because you experience that moment a split second before, human brains can comprehend huge mounts of information at any one time, so time dilates for your brain in a sence , any de- sync'ing of the left and right side of the brain, could cause deja vu. Anyways the scientific version of what that means is below. Dual Processing (or Delayed Vision) Another theory is based on the way our brain processes new information and how it stores long- and short-term memories. Robert Efron tested an idea at the Veterans Hospital in Boston in 1963 that stands as a valid theory today. He proposed that a delayed neurological response causes déjà vu. Because information enters the processing centers of the brain via more than one path, it is possible that occasionally that blending of information might not synchronize correctly.




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#10 11 years ago
Dexters perferated undies;4619663hahaha^^^ that aint deja vu , but pretty funny anyways... The best explanation scientificly in my view is this one.... l saw a documentry somewhere that explained it something like this, humans take in 3 frames through there eyes, in the time it takes to process the first image, deja vu, is created, between the 3 frames, when the final frame is sent to be processed, you get a deja vu experience, because you experience that moment a split second before, human brains can comprehend huge mounts of information at any one time, so time dilates for your brain in a sence , any de- sync'ing of the left and right side of the brain, could cause deja vu. Anyways the scientific version of what that means is below. Dual Processing (or Delayed Vision) Another theory is based on the way our brain processes new information and how it stores long- and short-term memories. Robert Efron tested an idea at the Veterans Hospital in Boston in 1963 that stands as a valid theory today. He proposed that a delayed neurological response causes déjà vu. Because information enters the processing centers of the brain via more than one path, it is possible that occasionally that blending of information might not synchronize correctly.

I think its on the Wiki Link but i read about the way the Human Brain takes in pictures through one eye sometimes quicker than that of the other eye, which can possibly cause an overlapping of what is viewed. =p

Guess what! - I had a Deja Vu moment today! ....

Maybe my Brain is getting way to Confuzzled! - I must be so brainy my head isn't working 100% =p

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