tlhIngan-Hol Archive: Fri Apr 05 10:28:25 2002
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Re: Subject: poH (was: RE: vay' loSbogh ghaH. Suq)
> I'm not sure though if "deja vu" can be taken to refer "to discrete time
> periods of various lengths or kinds".
When one experiences deja vu, the feeling tends to last for about a minute; One
feels like they are re-experiencing that moment of time, that "period of time"
is -identical- to a "period of time" they believe they have already
experienced. One doesn't experience deja vu thinking that all of time is
identical... What would it be identical to since you're including the entire
dimension of time? Another dimension? But if the two dimensions
were /identical/ would they be two separate dimensions? How could one
experience two /entire/ dimensions? They can experience multiple segments,
periods... of time.