How do we know what we’re doing?

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Deja vu is a strange experience, and sometimes it feels like we really have been somewhere or there is some connection between you and that experience you are in at that moment.  But what is Deja Vu?  This is one of those things that science is having trouble figuring out, so I figured I would dive into a little thought experiment here and see what I could come up with.

Scientists have recently been able to make DNA act as a storage library.  Does this mean that we have a built in library for our bodies to recall information about past events such as disease and how to interact and maintain our systems natural functions?  Does DNA also hold other information and possibly our experiences from the past (AKA our memory, wisdom, knowledge)?  

Half of our DNA comes from our father the other half our mother…

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