Deja Vu is 'Glitch in The Matrix'?


Do you believe this world is a simulation? Is deja vu a form of 'glitch in the matrix'?

Deja vu is derived from the French word 'déjà vu' or 'been seen' and was first used in 1876. Psychiatrist Vernon Neppe defined déjà vu in 1983 as 'a subjective impression that does not fit the familiarity of present experience with an uncertain past. '. More than just a familiar feeling, deja vu is a sensation that makes you feel like you've experienced it.

While 'glitch in the matrix' is believed to be an event in the world that resembles a 'bug' in a simulation that is run. One example of an incident that is often referred to as a 'glitch in the matrix' is a bird that appears to stop flying but does not fall.

'Glitch in the Matrix' is often referred to as a sign that we are living in a simulation. Here is a photo that makes goosebumps. Photo: Internet

So is deja vu a personal 'glitch in the matrix' experience? Apparently, some experts have a lot of explanations about the experience of déj vu.

Launching Espresso Science, déj vu is very common and studies have found that between 60-80% of the population has experienced it. Uniquely, people with higher education usually experience it more often than those who do not receive formal education.

Deja vu often occurs when a person feels tired or stressed and may be present in children aged eight or nine, although it usually begins between the ages of 15-25. As you get older, deja vu will also decrease.

There are some who believe that deja vu is a 'glitch in the matrix' because we have the feeling of recognizing this event -- as if it had been experienced in previous simulations. What do you think? Write your opinion in the comments column, OK!

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