posted on Nov, 20 2011 @ 11:34 AM
reply to post by Foxy1
Cool, there have been proven scientific discoveries and other ideas which came about due to dreams:
The tune for "Yesterday" came to Paul McCartney in a dream...
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Inspired By a Dream
Otto Loewi (1873-1961), a German born physiologist, won the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1936 for his work on the chemical transmission of nerve
impulses. "....the result of his initial dream induced experiment became the foundation for the theory of chemical transmission of the nervous impulse
and led to a Nobel Prize!"
Kekulé - Dreams of Molecules & Benzene Structure. Friedrich August Kekulé von Stradonitz is a remarkable figure in the history of chemistry,
specifically organic chemistry. Twice Kekulé had dreams that led to major discoveries! He had a dream that helped him discover that the Benzene
molecule, unlike other known organic compounds, had a circular structure rather than a linear one... solving a problem that had been confounding
Madame C.J. Walker (1867-1919) is cited by the Guinness Book of Records as the first female American self-made millionaire. She created a mixture of
herbs and other ingredients to stop her hair loss and it worked.
Elias Howe and the sewing machine. When he woke up he realized that the dream had brought the solution to his problem. By locating a hole at the tip
of the needle, the thread could be caught after it went through cloth thus making his machine operable. He changed his design to incorporate the
dream idea and found it worked!
My questions are:
Are you already involved in this type of science?
Did you know what neutrinos were before the dream?
edit on 20-11-2011 by Gridrebel because: