The other thing about lucid dreams is that they are not always stable. That is, things can morph and change shapes or even disappear if you stare at it too long. Or you can look behind you, see a car, look away and back again and the car is gone and now there is a dog in the street. But no matter how unreal it is you have the feeling of being in a 3dimensional space and 'being there' not watching images on a screen.
It's still a dream and some are more vivid and detailed than others, but even after the most real ones I've had, after waking up and analyzing it, I realize they don't have the same clarity as waking reality looks. But jumping off a tall building can still FEEL just as exilerating as if you were to do it in real life. (I never did that in real life, but I know what it feels like to fall and have your stomach rise into the back of your throat so I bet it feels the same way. You just have to remember to land on your feet or slow down before hitting the ground because it can FEEL so real that it might jolt you awake.)
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