Does the repeating of a past situation confirm the link between DÉJÀ VU Theory and Parallel universe
Many of us have experienced at least once in our lifetime of living and experiencing a situation that occurred in our past, or we can call it experiencing Déjà vu. Déjà vu is that sensation that invokes a realization that we have experienced a similar event in the past and are once again living the event. In such circumstances, the individual feels that they can sense the next action that is going to follow the event. The scientific community holds a divided view of Déjà vu theory. Meany pertains it to be related to memory in some ways, whereas many advocate that it is related to Parallel Universe theory.
Fringe theorists propounded the notion that Déjà vu can be experienced when two parallel universes temporarily collide, thus invoking the sense that we have experienced a similar situation in the past. The theorists believe that such realization is stroked as a parallel version of us has already experienced the situation in another universe. Contrary to this, theoretical Physicists stand against this notion. They argue that no such evidence justifies that the temporary collision of the parallel universe invokes a sense of Déjà vu. These theorists have related the sensation of Déjà vu to the neurological domain. According to them, Déjà vu can be experienced due to suppressed memory or due to misfiring of neurons.
In a nutshell, myriad theories explain such notions, but entertaining any one of them spawns a lot of intricacies. The truth is that the vast majority of the universe and notions remain veiled, which are yet to be unearthed, and without examining every perspective, it is not possible to confirm certain theories.