Movies are already not real (and often ask you to suspend your disbelief) so when you see a character start dreaming in movies, well, you know things are about to get weird. Here's a supercut of those weird scenes from Dreamscience that features iconic dream sequences from movies like American Beauty, Inception, …
YouTuber Vusiuz has an albino hedgehog and her tiny little snores are definitely the most adorable thing you'll hear all day. Whether those sounds are associated with dreams we can't know for sure, but hedgehogs do probably have dreams and nightmares.
By administering mild electric currents to the brain, neuroscientists from Frankfurt University have successfully induced self-awareness in sleeping volunteers. Amazingly, the technique could be used to help people take better control of their dreams. But it's also a discovery that's offering critical insights into…
We're one step closer to on-demand dreaming you can control, after a recent study showed that applying a mild electrical current to the scalp can induce lucid dreaming. It sounds a little bit like Inception, only with more science and less espionage. It also sounds pretty fun.
Despite all the recent advances in the cognitive and neurosciences, there’s still much about the human brain that we do not know. Here are 8 of the most baffling problems currently facing science.
Anyone who's had one will tell you: lucid dreams are ridiculously, comically, and sometimes obscenely fun — but they're also notoriously difficult to experience. In their latest video, the folks at AsapSCIENCE serve up a series of quick, scientifically informed tips on how to experience nighttime reveries on your…
If you've always wanted to lucid dream but never yet managed it, don't fear: here are some scientific tricks you can use to help train your brain and body. You'll be controlling your dreams in no time.
What do we see when we dream? Is it one image in one place, or is it a montage of many? Are people one person, or combinations of several? For this week's Shooting Challenge, you'll show us how you dream.
Whether your dreams are exciting or scary, most of them are in bright, vivid colors. By the time you are pushing 60 though, most of your dreams will be a bland black and white.
A doctor sits in front of a screen, analyzing and recording the neurons firing as you lay asleep, dreaming, electrodes implanted in your brain. He can tell exactly what you're dreaming about. Reality? Not quite yet.