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The strongest pathological association of déjà vu is with temporal lobe epilepsy. This correlation has led some researchers to speculate that the experience of déjà vu is possibly a neurological anomaly related to improper electrical discharge in the brain.
RD, I yet have to meet a single person that at one or other time in their life has not experienced some form of Déjà vu which they can describe as the feeling that they have been here before. This is What I’m referring to, not a result of brain damage :-)
Anyway, if you really believe that you can demonstrate this sort of effect please don't waste your time here.Go and collect the million dollar prize....sorry, you cannot view external links. To see them, please
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Back in the day, there was a report that the LSD experience had been encoded onto an album, and all you had to do was put it on a turntable to get high. If it all got too much, you could just lift the needle. Anyone know where I could pick up an mp3?
i just want to be able to figure out how to do it consciously and learn to control it. your thoughts on this?
3. Brain waves are are not electromagnetic radiation, so they can't really pass through air like radio waves or visible light can.