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Sokal Nov23-12 06:23 AM

Deja Vu
 
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Hi,

I came up with a theory regarding Deja Vu last summer. Would be interested to hear what your opinions are about it. Please disregard the square root symbols, for some reason they seemed important when I wrote it, so I included them.

S

Jobrag Nov23-12 06:29 AM

Re: Deja Vu
 
I'm pretty certain that you violate causality somewhere there. Nul points.

mfb Nov23-12 08:59 AM

Re: Deja Vu
 
This would have been seen in other (more controlled) experiments and everyday life.

F1225 Nov23-12 09:06 AM

Re: Deja Vu
 
??? why do we have to square root everything in the equation itself?

greswd Nov23-12 09:21 AM

Re: Deja Vu
 
first of all, it is difficult to define a deja vu, let alone work it out scientifically. Besides, it could be attributed to bad memory.

Unfortunately, whatever you're saying doesn't have any physical interpretation, so it ain't physics.

You may have a bright future in quantum woo though. Like Nobel laureate Brian Josephson.

Drakkith Nov23-12 11:52 AM

Re: Deja Vu
 
Personal theories are not allowed on PF. Please see the rules page. You can find the rules by clicking the "Rules" button at the top of the page.


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