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Not OP, but hey, now I want to read more about your experiences while lucid dreaming. Some questions: do you get more tired? Does LD interferes with the quality of your deep sleep? Are there any noticeable trade-offs in LD?
Answers: 1. Not easy. Day dreaming helps. It took me 20 years daydreaming . Watch movie Waking life. Most of my lucid dreams revolve around unresolved issues. Long days in front of the screen had reduced my ability for it. Prime your mind with thoughts and ideas before going to sleep.
Alright, thanks for the tips!
I hadn't had one in a while and then had one about a month ago.. I think it had to do with my dog whining at the door causing me to not fully go.. Was interesting tho. Knew I was in a dream, got up from bed.. house was differently laid out.. I tried to break stuff by looking in the mirror which showed me a different room instead of a reflection. I actually reset to the begging a few times (in my bed) and got up.. Not sure if it was really fun or not but interesting at least.
I had one. I think. But somehow it was so weird in content and so fucking really that I thought I crossed timelines or parallel worlds.
What's up?
Basically: 1. how easy is for you to go into a lucid dream? how long it took you to get to that state? what's the best recommendations you can provide?
Seen on 4chan: "are there any distros based on Debian unstable or testing?" "there's one called ubuntu"
I near die under a falling tree. The crazy part is not the tree falling. The crazy part is what it took for me to stand in the so-called spot marked with the X, like a roadrunner skit.
I just felt I saw a Looney Tunes episode!
Does being born count?
my pessimistic philosophy will say yes!
I loved it, when I read it about 15 years ago. With hindsight, and looking at your (extensive) list, I do wonder whether you might find it a mediocre summary of topics covered better in other texts. I do remember Bernstein tying the narrative together nicely, though.
Seconding Kernel's comments. :-) Google actually released that SRE book freely earlier this year; I can send you a copy, if you can't find it. I'm also reading How To Change Your Mind right now. Oh, and have you read Against The Gods: The Remarkable Story of Risk?
Humans tend to find ways to survive, but that doesn't mean it would be pretty.
According to Star Trek, WWIII is pretty horrific, but things get a lot better after that... memory-alpha.fando...
damn, will read that, thanks!
Absolutely yes.
We've gone beyond territorial warfare I feel so the idea of one army marching upon another land seems unrealistic at least among MEDCs because power isn't tied to landmass quite as it was in the past. Other countries can now be controlled through other means - digital warfare, espionage, media, electioneering. That doesn't damage population in the same way as traditional warfare but it does lead to societal erosion which will have effects in other ways.
huh! great point! i did not think of that. Thanks for sharing
copper heart is a fictional story podcast set in america during a global nuclear holocaust. Referenced it in terms of like thats how were probably gonna end up. Like a metro 2033 style end of the world. I just expect the worst. Oh and cooper heart has underground bases of a mixed population of military and civilian. So Im just bouncing ideas based off these videogames/podcasts
oh ok, i'll check them out, thanks!
id expect totalitarian after totalitarian. Maybe some sort of all military population? Maybe something like Copper Heart
I get most of it. But I got lost at Copper Heart. I don't follow. what do you mean?
just lost 2.5 hours to AardwolfMUD so yeah i think so