Michio Kaku Explains What Deja Vu Might Actually Be

Michio Kaku Explains What Deja Vu Might Actually Be Physicists thinks it could be a window into another world, and that and that comic book-style multiverses actually exist

Most of us think of deja vu as short but intense moments of memory, and don’t give it another thought. But according to physicists, we shouldn’t be ignoring these moments as we might actually be glimpsing into another facet of the multiverse. Physicist Michio Kaku thinks it could be a window into another world, and that comic book-style multiverses might really exist, without the superpowers of course.

For whatever reason, the vibrating atoms making up our bodies possibly vibrate at the same frequencies as these other universes, eliciting glimpses from these other worlds, and that could explain what deja vu is.

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Michio Kaku Explains What Deja Vu Might Actually Be

Most of us think of deja vu as short but intense moments of memory, and don’t give it another thought. But according to physicists, we shouldn’t be ignoring these moments as we might actually be glimpsing into another facet of the multiverse. Physicist Michio Kaku thinks it could be a window into another world, and that comic book-style multiverses might really exist, without the superpowers of course.

For whatever reason, the vibrating atoms making up our bodies possibly vibrate at the same frequencies as these other universes, eliciting glimpses from these other worlds, and that could explain what deja vu is.

Watch Michio Kaku explain Deja Vu