Scientists Are Learning To Record Your Dreams & Play Them Back To You
I don't know about you, but the idea that our dreams may soon be readable sounds to me like the utmost nightmare. Our subconscious is our last refuge. The idea that it could be invaded under whatever excuse (and given the society we live in today, it can only be for the all the wrong reasons) looks to me like a strict violation of our souls. If there is such a place as Hell, it may soon become the latest fashionable spot to spend eternity in!
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Are you one of those people who has trouble remembering their dreams? I know some people who swear they don’t dream at all because they are never able to recall any details about the previous night’s adventures in the mind (though of course, this is impossible). Now, Japanese scientists have done the unthinkable in a project which sounds straight out of a sci-fi movie — they have learned how to record your dreams by measuring your brain activity while you sleep.
The data that is collected can then be plugged into an algorithm that is capable of reconstructing your dream so that it can actually be played back for you when you’re awake. Basically, these scientists have invented a dream reading machine.
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