Also about deja+90Déjà vu is actually the result of your brain processing a situation, forgetting that it processed it (while keeping a subconscious memory of it) and then processing it again a split second later, which is why those events feel familiar. It's a shame that there's no way it will ever be because we're reliving our life over and over again, or it being a glitch in the Matrix, or any other wild theories, amirite?
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Also about deja+54Maybe experiencing déjà vu or glitches is a result of reality overloading due to the earth's large population and its many consciences. amirite?
Also about deja+70Assuming we are a simulation, the creator of the simulation is the "Real" us and that person just planned a simulation to see which path he trods on with the choices. And when something goes wrong, he reverses to the divison point to start with a different choice. That what causes dèjà vu. amirite?
Also about deja+492What if Deja Vu meant you lost a life and you are starting back off at your last checkpoint, that is pretty intense, amirite?
Also about deja+220Maybe the reason we have deja vu is because after we die we just keep re-living the same life over and over again, and that's why some things seem familiar, amirite?