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by , 22nd October 2012 at 08:02 AM (170 Views)
When you guys get deja vu, have you ever tried "remembering" what happens next? I have. It almost worked once.

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  1. Karamazov's Avatar
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    Usually I can remember what happens next. But I try to do something completely different.
  2. Jack Pschitt's Avatar
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    @Karamazov;

    Does that work?
  3. Karamazov's Avatar
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    It's weird - I'll remember what I was supposed to be doing, and it'll nag at me while I do something else.
  4. Jack Pschitt's Avatar
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    @Karamazov;

    I'd imagine that it would all seem like deja vu, though. Like, the fact that you're even doing something while thinking that you're supposed to be doing something else would be part of the deja vu.

    This is delightfully confusing. I could write a short story about the idea of deja vu.
  5. Karamazov's Avatar
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    Actually, deja vu is supposedly when your brain tries to make a situation seem familiar. but I don't think that answer works most of the time

    Maybe when you do something different, it creates an alternate timeline where you originally have a deja vu of you doing that different thing?
  6. Jack Pschitt's Avatar
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    @Karamazov;
    Quote Originally Posted by Karamazov
    Actually, deja vu is supposedly when your brain tries to make a situation seem familiar. but I don't think that answer works most of the time
    I read that it's brought about by your conscious and your sub-conscious brain slipping out of sync, to put it in vague terms. Maybe, like, your brain takes in the information of whatever you're doing, as usual, but then it messes up and thinks that what you're doing has happened before. I don't think they've ever proved anything.

    Maybe when you do something different, it creates an alternate timeline where you originally have a deja vu of you doing that different thing?
    That's what I'm saying, like, your brain continues the bout of deja vu and turns your "destiny" into something that you thought you were supposed to do.

    Dejaception. That's what we'll call it.
  7. maglev's Avatar
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    I just get flashbacks from the time I was in Auchswitz.

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