deschainXIX wrote:My suggestion is to replace the topic "Dream Science" with "The Human Mind,"
They are the same thing. You say Tomato, I say... Tomato... DANG! That doesn't work when typed, but pretend I pronounced it differently!
You are right though. It is not that popular. It's hard to start a discussion there, because I feel I need to be well informed.
However, anyone can take an article by Rebecca, (which is almost always dream science) and continue a dialogue in that section and it would be worth while. There was a very interesting article. She wrote about a condition where some people live every waking hour feeling like they are dead and have a different sense of self awareness than most of us. That ties to lucid dreaming because self awareness in the dream is the key. What is the part of the brain responsible for that?
I like that sort of talk, but don't have the answer, but then again, none of us here really do, do we? I should practice what I preach and start a science discussion, informed or not, because I think it is important.
Let's try and breath some life into that section!