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Originally posted by bratok
Originally posted by nibirubratok:
I agree with you. I think everyone has certain senses or abilities (maybe psychic abilities) that we lose as we grow older.
Or maybe it really is just a change in the matrix
If the consider our "normal" world as the matrix, where we act as we were told - programmed to - then Deja Vu is a glitch in it. Something out of the normal.
Also it is believes that there always have been people with their senses/powers working good enough and that they coded their wisdom in terms of everyday people, so that they would pass it on untill it gets into hands of someone who can really read it. Take Omar Khayyam, for example. So, maybe, The Matrix is also one of that kind. Unlike normal people who see only special effects, maybe there are people who can see its core.../quote]
Do you think the matrix is real, dude? That's just... just... hold on....
You my friend, are clearly the text book definition of that noise tyou make when you strum your fingers up and down your lips. There we go. That works.
The Matrix isn't real.
There are no monsters.
Originally posted by satchbfoot
Last year in the summer I had a dream where I was sitting in the back of a class laughing.
School starts, and on our first day, my entire Gr.11 chem class and I (whio, being the geek I am, sits in the back making satirical remarks) starty laughing at the word 'scoopula' (y'know, those little metal tubes you gather dry chemicals in?). Crazy or what?
It's also happened a few other times, including once when I was able to finish someone's sentence for them, even though I had just walked over and had no idea what they were talking about.
I dunno, it's like i'll dream an event about a month before it happens. Crazy.
There are no monsters.
Originally posted by menjo2000
From what I understand, the vast majorities of deja-vu is a misfire in the brain. Actually a misfire between the brain and the optic nerves, where the information from one eye, reaches the brain before the information from the other, rather than both reaching the brain at the same time. This gives the illusion of the feeling that you've done something before.
The other variation is a misfire in the brain during what's called "recall" (when you're trying to remember something). Your brain basically does a loop, you have the feeling of remembering something from a long time ago, but you are remembering something that just happened.
Hope this helps y'all.