Dejavu, looking for quantum or physics explanation.

Discussion in 'Parapsychology' started by gamelord, Jun 24, 2018.

  1. gamelord Registered Senior Member

    Ok I think I may be stuck in a timeloop, because this event happened to me for the third time.

    What always happens is the same thing. I am on Xbox One, browsing for games. I am reading the page of this one racing game, called Trailblazers, and I comment on about the laughable physics of another racing game, then my dad starts rambling on about his views about it. Then I cut him off and tell him I am trapped in a time-loop, and after I cut him off he always says I will get a million dollars from this.

    I know this is a timeloop because this happened last year, before I got an XBOX ONE.

    My theories are that I am a test subject and my life is a virtual reality, or my other theory is that I am in some kind of multi-dimension, where I am going between dimensions, in terms of my consciousness.

    The important thing to know is that no two occurences are the same. This time, I cut off my dad before he finished rambling. And I knew he was going to say the million dollars thing before he said it.

    The other explanation is that my consciousness is somehow beyond space and time and my brain structure is causing the flow of time to be erratic or something.

    I have googled Deja Vu and read the scientific explanations, but noone knows for sure what causes it. I have also ready a book about Deja vu, but the author is making good-sounding guesses and is not sure.
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  3. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

    Deja vu is (most probably) a psychological effect. If you're looking for a quantum explanation for it, you're looking in the wrong place.
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  5. Tiassa Let us not launch the boat ... Valued Senior Member

    In about a hundred years, we might need some manner of physics. Psychology→Psychiatry→Neurology→Biology→Chemistry→Physics→Math.

    The event in the mind is an experiential representation; the difference 'twixt psychology, psychiatry, and neurology, along this vector, has to do with valences of translation. Once we reach the neurological aspect, we define that biologically or biochemically, which in turn is chemistry, which in turn is physics, as such, and physics thus math.

    Even still, memory effects won't require quantum theses ... probably as long as "human" means or includes H. sapien sapiens. It might turn out that human behavior is mathematically more complicated than the present human brain capacity can attend.

    We Americans have an interesting radio program, "TTBOOK", or, To the Best of Our Knowledge, out of Minnesota. Their 2009 episode↱ on "Deja Vu all Over Again", featuring neuropsychologist Chris Moulin (U. Leeds), philosophy & religion prof. Lawrance Hatab (Old Dominion U.), author and editor and art scholar Wendy Lessig, and author and psychiatrist Rivka Galchen, was top notch, and begs recollection even now.
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  7. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

    Do a search for the name Helen Wambach Ph. d. for more information on this.

    Dr. Ian Stevenson also did research that could be related to what you experienced????

    I am convinced that we are living in a Multiverse.
  8. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member


    The relatively new idea of Multiverse.....
    may be one of the best possible answers to this type of question????
    Are we living in a Multiverse?

    Personally... I think that this is a truly good theory on what our human lives are really actually a part of!

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