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The only time I've ever experienced Deja Vu is when the event in question actually HAS happened (or one very similar). I've never felt that I've been through an event that has in fact never happened to me.

And if that really happens, would that not also suggest that our lives are predetermined?
NO

It's already been proven that our brains are not trustworthy. Jeez...haven't you ever seen the matrix, inception, minority report....?

The sight of your computer screen, the sound of your A/C, the touch of a woman...they're all just electrical signals interpreted by our brain. If we can recreate those electrical pulses in a lab on a test subject, it would be no different than "reality". Under nuclear imaging, visual dreams evoke the areas of our brain that interpret images from our eyes...those sights that we see in dreams aren't coming from our eyes though, they are just electrical signals that our brains have recreated. That's why they seem real, because it's all the same to our brain.

Deja Vu is a glitch of our memory. Since we established that sights, sounds, touch, etc. can all be recreated by our brains by reconstructing precise information, isn't it feasible that our memories can't be trusted either? Memories alone are far from objective...they cannot fully be put into words, they degrade over time. Is it possible that the moment you saw that one person "from another life", your brain constructed a memory from whatever, and correlated her face with that made up memory? It would evoke the same feeling as seeing a familiar face would. Or maybe this familiar face IS something that you have seen before, but you just don't know it because it's buried in your subconscious.
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What about Deja Vu? I've experienced events that haven't occured and yet I have a memory of them.
I've always viewed it [time, life, whatever] as being like a river, sometimes you can see through the trees to see what's just around the bend.
Edited by PappaSmurfsHarem - 7/26/11 at 9:41pm
     
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So can we see the birth of our planet if we go see so many light years ahead that has already happen in the past?

As wouldn't it be also possible to see ahead in the future? Or can we only see the past that has already happen?
because of light cones (or time cones) you can see the past of any object if you can move faster than light. to see the earth's birth, you need to instantly reposition your point of view a certain distance. that distance would be = 1 light year * age of earth in years.

an interesting effect on an observer moving faster than light is that if the observer views an object opposite to the direction of movement, the object time would seem be in rewind. if the observer views an object towards the direction of movement, that object's time would seem to be in fast forward.

so you can say, yea you can see the past/future if you can somehow travel faster than light. but the caveat is you can only see the future if you came into existence a great deal of distance away.
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Planck Length and Planck Time are basically the smallest possible measurable distance and time. If we were ever able to probe the universe at this level, things would not be so fluid.

Yup, quantum physics gets weeeeeeeeird and is really nice at giving people headaches in trying to understand.
Omg, I never thought of it like that. Jesus christ, panic attack time.

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Time and Space is what the Observer makes out of it.

It´s all just theory, every Physicist can come up with his own model.

I just read a story of a Chinese Physicist claiming that Einstein was right Lightspeed is unbreakable and Timetravel is impossible.

Wich is against the theory and observation of tachyon particle wich in theory travel faster then light.

It´s changeing day by day cause nobody knows the hole truth, we just can come up with some part of it, and thats what makes our reality.
"All just a theory" is probably the layman's understanding of the term. This is whole different from a scientific theory.

Einstein didn't say time travel is impossible... we do it everyday.

Tachyons have not been detected yet. Even if they are, they still can fit into the current model.
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If Time and Space cannot move, then how and why is it "taking a shortcut".
its not, you - the observer are. what spacetime is, is entirely up to how the observer sees the relations between events.

tbh this is more of a philosophical question then a physical one, since the closer you get to the source of all your knowledge - the things you think you experienced the more pliable your relation to the universe becomes

if you for example view perception as a lens, with you being on the inside side of the lens and the universe being on the outside then i think both the inside and outside are something completely different and incompatible. The lens however bridges these 2 sides and thus creates time and space as a compatibility measure. We can poke around on the (figurative)plane of the lens but cant really see the universe nor ourselves
Edited by hazarada - 7/27/11 at 1:18am
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How can you re-create something that hasn't happened yet?
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How can you re-create something that hasn't happened yet?
Parallel universe.
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