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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/3395505.stm
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"admitted the machine may still need refining." - i.e. it doesn't work.
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interesting, is anyone going to find a way on how you can continue your dreams the next night?
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surely having a smell is dangerous? -you dont really smell when you dream, if you invloved that sense, could you're sense of what's real be lost?-this sounds like vanilla sky slightly
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(Original post by deary_ma_leary)
surely having a smell is dangerous? -you dont really smell when you dream, if you invloved that sense, could you're sense of what's real be lost?-this sounds like vanilla sky slightly
but your brain subconciously recognises the smell when you're asleep. thats why people can wake up if they smell smoke when they're asleep.
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but your brain subconciously recognises the smell when you're asleep. thats why people can wake up if they smell smoke when they're asleep.
yeah so if you're brain is smellign soemthing whilst you're dreaming, then would it not think that what you're dreaming is nearer to being real as what you're 'seeing' would correlate with what you're smelling.
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