Now what I think happens is that we are somehow able to perform unconscious operations on the atomic particles in our brain. Particle entanglement for example means that two particles link up so that when they are measured, they give the same result. Maybe when we are participating in a very interesting conversation, we are able to entangle the particles in our brain with the other person, effectively being able to predict what they will say.
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