Turns out I shouldn't have been so ecstatic. I calculated something correctly to see how far I could get if I ran away from home and walked ten hours a day for ten days at an average pace of 4 km/h.
While in a dream I calculated that 4*10*10=400. That was correct.
Later on in the dream I missed a train and wondered how long it would take me if I decided to walk the distance instead. I eventually made the incorrect calculation that 10*30 minutes = 6 hours.
Not only did I believe the absurdity in the dream but I went the entire next day not realizing that 10*0.5= 5 and not 6.
I started writing it in my dream journal and I wrote several times that I somehow got the right answer of 6 hours and even as I was writing it while awake I just assumed I had used correct math to begin with.
If I can be fooled by a dream even after it is over and I'm awake how can I possibly hope to avoid being fooled by it while I am dreaming?
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