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Today one of my friends asked what I dreamt about last night, and I couldn't even remember the last time I had a dream.
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Everyone dreams every night. You not remembering doesn't mean you didn't have any.
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It can depend, there's times where you don't dream anything for months on end then randomly you can have a week where you get crazy dreams one after the other.
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(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
Everyone dreams every night. You not remembering doesn't mean you didn't have any.
Nope. I dont every night. thats the thing.
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Nope. I dont every night. thats the thing.
You do, you just don't remember it. Every person dreams every night, it's scientific fact.
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I dream of hot women, that's the dreams I remember
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Every night. I have such vivid dreams. Sometimes it feels like it's actually reality and this right now is the dream.
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(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
You do, you just don't remember it. Every person dreams every night, it's scientific fact.
False. Not every night.
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(Original post by Final Fantasy)
False. Not every night.
Incorrect. You do dream every night:

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(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
Incorrect. You do dream every night:

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False. Nothing from that image indicates that humans sleep every single night let alone dream every single night. Cite an actual source. My experience with insomnia and studies and research into insomnia seriously doubts your claim that humans sleep every single night.
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Dream every single night, but only remember every so often. Sometimes days in a row, like I can recall 3-4 dreams from last week alone, and sometimes once in a few months.
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(Original post by Final Fantasy)
False. Nothing from that image indicates that humans sleep every single night let alone dream every single night. Cite an actual source. My experience with insomnia and studies and research into insomnia seriously doubts your claim that humans sleep every single night.
What are you on about? Seems like you’re trying to play a semantic game. Every time someone sleeps at night for the normal length of time they experience dreams, whether they remember or not.
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(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
What are you on about? Seems like you’re trying to play a semantic game. Every time someone sleeps at night for the normal length of time they experience dreams, whether they remember or not.
What are you on about? You said every person dreams every night - a scientific fact. This is wrong. Stop trying to pass false information as science. Now you are changing the goal posts and saying something else. Very disingenuous of you.
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(Original post by Final Fantasy)
What are you on about? You said every person dreams every night - a scientific fact. This is wrong. Stop trying to pass false information as science. Very disingenuous of you.
Again, playing a stupid semantic game. It’s clear to anyone what that’s saying without having to spell it out.
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(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
Again, playing a stupid semantic game. It’s clear to anyone what that’s saying without having to spell it out.
Again, changing the goal post. Obviously it wasn't clear then was it? Next time maybe don't pass false information as scientific fact then. :rolleyes:
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It can depend, there's times where you don't dream anything for months on end then randomly you can have a week where you get crazy dreams one after the other.
This isn’t the case. Everyone dreams every night, you can’t go through a normal sleep cycle without dreaming. It’s just that you don’t remember them, the brain states while dreaming aren’t conducive for good memory retention.
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I rarely have dreams but when I do I get weird dreams such as falling from a rollercoaster or passing out in the ocean.
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Again, changing the goal post. Obviously it wasn't clear then was it? Next time maybe don't pass false information as scientific fact then. :rolleyes:
It was clear to everyone that what he meant was, "when people sleep normally at night, they always have dreams". Contributing that was a useful and science-derived fact that everyone understood. Thanks for wasting our time.
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Hardly, I wish I did though because they are hardly bad dreams apart from the time when this Gigantic thing was chasing me and eating people at our local shopping centre and when I jumped in front of my pregnant mum when a car was coming-
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(Original post by Celtic Conjurer)
You do, you just don't remember it. Every person dreams every night, it's scientific fact.
What if you decide to stay awake?

I also thought being sedated (like surgery or alcohol) stops this, but may just be rem sleep.
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