31 May '15, 4pm

이게 뭐 하는 지거리야아아아아(...)

Lucid dreams definitely exist, I’ve had several in my life. I’m not against you exploring this interest and sharing your results with the world, that’s fantastic (even if I think it is misguided). It’s up to blog aggregators such as HAD to do their best not to become rapid believers when the science behind an idea is lacking. I question your thesis, that is, I don’t think that you will be able to successfully communicate from within a dream by blinking your eyes (I don’t claim this as an expert opinion) , I also don’t think that Lucid dreams can be reliably triggered. That “S” you blinked in your sleep is almost certainly nothing more than an anomaly. I’m sure that environmental factors come into play, and perhaps this interest in Lucid dreaming will consume your life enough to lead you onto the path of conducting important brain research, but this project is more science ...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2012/06/20/communicating-from-inside-...

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