I have been thinking for the past week on how the mind works, and classical physics theory has plenty of holes in it. The most convincing aspect of my new theory is with how the brain and memory work. When you wish to remember something, could the brain and its neurons be sending an advance wave back in time to the correct moment, then back in time the brain unconciously sends the information in a retarded wave back to you. It would explain why some memories can seem so real, like you are re-living the experience. It would also explain why generally the further back in time you wish to remember the longer it takes to remember the event in general due to the speed of light limit of the retarded wave, and why sometimes the memory 'pops' into your head after you have given up trying to remember, with C putting a lower limit on the time it takes to complete the collapse of the wave function. If you had recently remembered that thing, the advance wave may not have to go back in time as much. The theory could explain classic experiences such as de-ja-vu, your mind receiving an advance wave from yourself in the future. Could our brains already be real time machines? I would appreciate some feedback on this as I am fairly new to the subject, with my background so far being in classical physics and mathematics. All the best everyone. Kolya Kamenev.