posted on Jul, 18 2013 @ 10:55 PM
I have reasons to believe that our DNA records every moment of our existence, not just our traits, but our actual memories and sensations just the way
we experience them. This is hardly a new concept, but I believe I've come up with a way to test this hypothesis that doesn't require a state of the
art laboratory or any funding at all. In fact, if this theory holds water, we're going to be killing two birds with one stone.
So let's say I'm right, and our DNA is recording everything. If that's the case, then when someone conceives a child, their memories up until that
point are stored in that child's DNA. We can visualize this as a file or program that plays like background music as the child grows. If you
conceived a child when you were 17 years and 18 days old, then your file will run in your child's DNA until they turn 17 years and 18 days old. Then
it stops, triggering a phenomenon we commonly refer to as DejaVu.
I know it sounds silly, but consider this... deja vu usually occurs in people between the ages of 15 and 25. Interestingly enough, so does
So what I'm proposing is that each of us contains such a file on every one of our ancestors that starts playing the moment we're conceived. Then as
those files expire one by one, we experience deja vu every time.
In order to test this, all we need are people who haven't yet reached the age of either of their parents when they were conceived. If my hypothesis
is true, then they should be able to accurately predict when they will have deja vu. Maybe your grandmother didn't conceive your mother until she was
40, then your mother would have deja vu at 40, and so will you.
So what say you ATS... any takers?