Even The Blind Get Deja Vu

Posted Dec 8, 2006 by Patrix

"A blind man's sense of déjà vu supports the idea that it is caused by misfires in the brain's temporal lobe." This also underscores that déjà vu is not related entirely to sight and is primarily related to memory that is connected to other senses as
"This supports the theory that déjà vu is caused by faulty activation of the temporal lobe, resulting in a false sense of familiarity, said the researchers. The temporal lobes are found on the sides of the brain and are important in memory and recognition."
Our brain is a complex mechanism of neurons and cells that we haven't yet able to unravel completely. Hopefully this finding is a significant step in that direction.