From what I have read in a study, the intertwining of déjà vu, short-term memory or long-term memory and the state of fresh information related to a transmission problem in the brain, resulting in the interpretation of a memory we experienced for the first time as `` as if I have experienced this before ''. It was an event that caused. So they say it's the result of a momentary error in the brain. I do not think so. The theory about the parallel universe sounds better to me.

Many people have a memory when they say, "I lived this moment before." We often call these moments déjà vu. But one thing is what djavu mean? In fact, although there are many theories, the most striking theory is that our lives in parallel universes are interdimensional memories.

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