posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 11:00 AM
Originally posted by Somehumanbeing
reply to post by YouAreDreaming
It's because the dream state serves as a training ground to prepare you for possible future scenarios via past experiences. It is only logical that
eventually one of these dreams would be correct. You dream many times every night. One of these will come true, although there might be some
These inconsistencies tend to be ignored by the people that believe they can predict the future through dreaming. Or they "fill in the gap" of
memory by their actual experience of the event.
edit on 27-11-2010 by Somehumanbeing because: (no reason given)
Nice "Argument" but sadly presumptuous. Dreams can come true with fill 100% accuracy to a future event. This is called "Literal Precognitive
Dreaming" which is often associated with Deja Vu; where the familiarity and feelings come and the memory then is linked to a dream making it Deja
To further add to the fallacy of your argument, I have had "Lucid Precognitive Dreams" where I have been able to affect change to the dream, and
observe and measure the changes in this reality. I have a thread on it.
Also, in 2009 Jeff Tolkassen proved that the "Arrow of Time" can flow backwards from the Future to the Past in quantum mechanics. This was
reproduced by the University of Rochester with the Rochester experiment and I believe has now been repeated in 3 Universities that Backwards Causality
or Retrocausality is science fact, not science fiction.
The human brain is already been proven to use quantum states as part of it's information processing, who is to say it doesn't naturally produce
"spooky action from a distance" or backwards causality events as consciousness scales up from the quantum into the macro.
What do you have? An argument based on assumptions. I have facts, evidence and experience in favor of the reality of precognition. Which is in
fact, quite real.