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#110 - agreasyhobo (05/07/2012) [-]
Actually People dream in real-time. Your brain doesn't function any faster during sleep, just differently. People need to stop using Inception as a basis for scientific fact. It's a movie.
Actually People dream in real-time. Your brain doesn't function any faster during sleep, just differently. People need to stop using Inception as a basis for scientific fact. It's a movie.
User avatar #142 to #110 - areo0420 (05/07/2012) [-]
I'll wake up after having a dream that feels like it's been 8 hours, wake up and it's only been 10 minutes.

furthermore, i don't have Aeneas or anything else wrong with my sleep patterns.

explain that shiznit.
User avatar #206 to #142 - pezmetal (05/07/2012) [-]
That kind of **** is because of the way your dreams jump around - they're not in a continuous, linear order.
User avatar #213 to #206 - areo0420 (05/07/2012) [-]
so essentially, you're saying:

norm of dreaming= 10+10=20. actual time passed is 20
my dreaming= 5+5+5=50. actual time passed is 20.

excuse me if i'm still confused.
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User avatar #131 to #128 - pezmetal (05/07/2012) [-]
No, by "dreaming in real-time" we mean that a 5 minute-long sequence of dream takes 5 minutes or real-time to happen, as opposed to the popular theory of "5 minutes of dreaming equals 20 minutes in dream-world" or whatever the ratio is supposed to be
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#126 to #110 - anonymous (05/07/2012) [-]
http://www.nature (dot) com/news/2007/071115/full/news.2007.253.html
http://science.howstuffworks (dot) com/environmental/life/human-biology/sleep1.htm
http://www.humanillnesses (dot) com/Behavioral-Health-Sel-Vi/Sleep.html#b

multiple sources saying you recallect the entire day while sleeping several times faster than in real time.
#130 to #126 - anonymous (05/07/2012) [-]
I can agree with this. I've had several dreams that lasted much longer than a day in dream time and about 9 hours in real time. One time I even had a two year long dream. (and yes, it messed me up big time when I finally woke up. . . I still suffer phantom limb syndrome for a tail and wings because of that)
#122 to #110 - anonymous (05/07/2012) [-]
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#112 to #110 - pezmetal (05/07/2012) [-]
Thank you! Somebody who knows that. I can't tell you how many arguments I've had about this >_>
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