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Deja Vu TOK Presentation

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Justin Dela Cruz

on 16 November 2012

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Can we really trust our mind? Deja Vu What is Deja Vu? There are three types of Deja Vu:

-Deja vecu- Already experienced
-Deja senti- Already felt
-Deja visite- Already visited What can Deja Vu connect to? - Can we see into the future?
- Is our stored knowledge trustworthy?
- What definition is more accurate, scientific or reason?
-How are our individual selves represented and incorporated into our memory? What causes Deja Vu? There are many possibilites why Deja Vu occurs:
-Brain mismatching pieces of information to creat a whole sensical picture.
-Malfunctioning of long/short term memory circuits in the brain
-Way of reincarnation and neurological "time travel" Bibliography http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/exchange/node/1682


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