posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 04:20 AM
Scientifically speaking though, your brain is aware of what is going on before your consciousness is. A prime example would be, you drop a dollar on
the ground. Before you even bend over to pick it up, your mind has already sent the signals to the parts of your body envolved in the movements to
pick it up. You're only aware of it happening when your body starts moving. So Deja Vu *could* be that you simply half-realized what you were going
to do as the brain started sending out the signals through your nerves, making your consciousness aware of what you are about to do, to a degree
anyway. Then while you are picking up your dollar, it feels like you've done the same exact thing in the same exact place. Only because your mind has
already told your body what to do before your body was aware of it.
However this doesn't explain some stronger forms of Deja Vu. Such as someone going to a place they have never been to before, getting deja vu before
they turn a corner, and tell you exactly what is around the corner before they get there.
All in all Deja Vu remains mostly a mystery, and there are many speculations as to what causes it.