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  1. Our brain is a very complex device. On the one hand, it seems to us that we have complete control over it, but on the other hand, it is our “I”, so the control here is very conditional.

    In addition to the obvious things that we think about consciously, the brain analyzes and predicts situations that we ourselves do not remember. Why and how this happens is an open question, but I do not offer any mystical or conspiracy options. For example, like Google, the brain can identify the most suitable candidate for “zafrenzhivaniya”, and according to completely non-obvious criteria.

    The situation is similar with memories of “what was not”. First, a person periodically sees disjointed dreams in various unusual settings, but they are usually forgotten as absurd and therefore do not look “suspicious”. However, there are also “obsessive” dreams with a repeating plot, setting, and attributes. Having seen such a dream, a person involuntarily perceives it as something mysterious, “a connection with another world”,”memories of an alternative history”. And it is not far from the truth: both spontaneous and repetitive dreams are the result of the analytical work of the brain, the embodiment of our fantasies and knowledge about the world. Simply repeating a dream indicates a stable nervous excitement associated with the corresponding event and entourage (even if obtained “analytically”).

    The philosophical problem of everything connected with our consciousness is the inability to accurately determine the origin of such phenomena (the eternal opposition of objective and subjective). But the version with data analysis in the background seems to me more plausible than “messages from other dimensions”.

  2. Matrix failure, Information security breakdown…; -) Write it down, analyze it. If you have money for a psychoanalyst , try these puzzles together. Even better, use these snippets as the basis for the plot for a book or script for a movie.

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