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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - krizz
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(06/27/2014) [-]
interesting fact

all the people in your dreams are people you've seen in real life

don't know about the monsters and landscape and **** in your nightmares tho
they may be molded in your brain and stuff

which is kinda wierd cus why wouldnt that apply to the humans in your dreams?
someone help me with this

User avatar #3 to #2 - krizz
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yea didnt notice trans comment but still my question applies

can u answer tranquilizer?
User avatar #4 to #3 - tranquilizer
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I uhh... I'm not too sure what your question was.
Also I have to leave right now.

Aaand I'm not an expert of the subject.

Roger and out
User avatar #5 to #4 - krizz
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peace
User avatar #6 to #2 - europe
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Yes, and I find this particularly interesting since I'm a lucid dreamer, so I can get close to the people I see in the dreams and see their faces very clearly, every little detail, yet I would never be able to imagine where I saw those people
#13 to #6 - anon id: 686c6fe5
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Try putting your hand through the walls.  It normally makes my realities spiral, and I wake up with my hand still tingling.  Wild stuff lucidity is.
Try putting your hand through the walls. It normally makes my realities spiral, and I wake up with my hand still tingling. Wild stuff lucidity is.
User avatar #9 to #2 - angelious
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the monsters are usually generated from things you see in movies,comic books and so on.
#14 to #2 - alleksi
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all the people in your dreams are people you've seen in real life


more like
all the things in your dreams are things that you have seen
you don't have to meet them in person, or "in real life". that's why you can dream of video game characters and such.

and it makes sense, you can't imagine that what you don't know or haven't seen.
User avatar #7 to #2 - procrasturbate
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How can that be proven?
User avatar #8 to #7 - ninjaroo
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Faces are what we use to identify you, and your brain isn't capable of formulating new ones. Every face you dream of or think up is either a perfect representation of one you've seen, or a combination/distortion of faces in your knowledge base.
I'm not a neuroscientist, but I think they demonstrated this by proving that the stuff you see in your dreams is pretty much exclusively from your memory.
#10 to #8 - blancka
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If it's a combination or distortion of seen faces then it's not a face you've seen. Literally every face is just a distortion of another. That's what happens when you're the same species.
User avatar #15 to #8 - wthree
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I AM a neuroscientist, and what you just said is false.
User avatar #19 to #15 - ninjaroo
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Then by all means, please correct me. I'd like you to expand my knowledge so I can be less wrong about things.
User avatar #20 to #19 - wthree
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I'm not quite sure where this rumor comes from, but essentially there is no reason to believe that we cannot make up faces in dreams. Particularly because of the nature of dreams, we aren't so much seeing a face, as we are seeing something and recognizing it as a face, if you follow.

Your brain does however, have a vast capability of imagination, and you can indeed imagine faces you haven't seen. And our subconscious doesn't work as a photographic camera that remembers everything it sees, and in fact doesn't see that much.

In many ways as well, it's the opposite of extracting from your memory. Even when remembering something, you aren't actually remembering the images you see. Instead, you are remembering the events, and then imagining what they looked like.

Then theres the theory that we don't actually dream at all (at least, not in the way we think we do), and that the dreams we "remember" are us trying to make sense of what fragments of memory exist about the nonsensical period we were just in (the sleep). In other words, that dreams are "created" after we wake up to explain what we experienced while we sleep.

But generally its difficult to really know a lot of this, as what we actually see in dreams is very much a subjective experience.

There is no harm in not knowing but there are so many incorrect myths about the brain (like the right vs left;, the 10%, etc.).
#18 - theycallmesatan
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**theycallmesatan rolled image** It is called solipsism
User avatar #1 - tranquilizer
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Actually you can only dream of people you've seen at least once.
#11 to #1 - blancka
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Nope
User avatar #12 to #11 - tranquilizer
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Go on
#16 to #12 - blancka
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There's literally no way to prove such a claim
User avatar #17 to #16 - tranquilizer
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Yahuh
I'm just going to still think that it's true.