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  1. #1 Human Brain Power 
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    I'm 35 years old male and first time here,looking for some sientific explanation of my experience. When i was aprox.10 year old i remember very well one day from my life. This day i had school late and i slept- in my dream clearly saw sunshine day and postman who approching gate to my house in his hand i see very clear red box delivery- and rapidly my dream is over my dad wake up me and say Mariusz dress up time to school in this same moment we hear doorbel postman bring delivery red box ( we are not expect any delivery) and obviously was sushine day when my dad told me this i have been very surprice like child becouse a minute erly i saw this postman with box approching us house. I told this to my dad hi answer that this sometimes happen. but then i no understund why i so this in real time? and i don't know until today.
    Another story from my childhood when i was 12 years old my parents buy me electronic watch witch allarm-i have been very happy to get this watch and i start to set my cllock alarmat 7:20am sometimes 5:00, 5:13 am etc and always before i went sleap i sayd to myself that i wake up exactly at, and i remember my child surprice ,always i wake up between 5 to 15 seconds before allarm,just when i open my eyes my first thing : clock allarm should be now! and was two or 5 secound leater. I spoke with my parents about it they say that evryone have biology clock- and i was surprice how accurate is.
    I hade meaybe two other unexplain experience during my sleep and leater i proof myself that i saw something in realtime and i know during this "dream or vision" that i have to remember as many as possible details to proof myself that this was true.
    I belive that science can explain exacly what was happen and how human brain works. You can drop me an email at:

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    Forum Professor Zwolver's Avatar
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    It has been tested. In a locked room, with no clocks, no windows, and a steady lighting (at first). If people have to guess the date, they merely count the number of times they have slept, in addition to the starting date. In a few weeks, a human can be fooled the time goes three times as fast. Not sure where these results are right now.

    So.. It could be September, and the person would think it's December, when started in Juli. A biological clock does exist, it just has nothing to do with actual time. Just when you get up, when you eat, when you go to the toilet, when you exercise, drink, etc.

    Growing up, i marveled at star-trek's science, and ignored the perfect society. Now, i try to ignore their science, and marvel at the society.

    Imagine, being able to create matter out of thin air, and not coming up with using drones for boarding hostile ships. Or using drones to defend your own ship. Heck, using drones to block energy attacks, counterattack or for surveillance. Unless, of course, they are nano-machines in your blood, which is a billion times more complex..
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    Forum Bachelors Degree dmwyant's Avatar
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    And the biological clock can be effected by external source cues such as light and meal times. In my psychology text there is mention of a study, I don't remember who or where, But they put people in a room and by changing the times when they gave them meals in 5 minute increments they were able to completely flip their clock so they were sleeping during daytime and awake at night completely altering their circadian rhythms.
    Not all who wander are lost... Some of us just misplaced our destination.

    I would rather be a superb meteor, every atom of me in magnificent glow, than a sleepy and permanent planet. The proper function of a man is to live, not to exist.
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    I fully accept the gradual shift of percieved time if we are isolated from external cues. However, I can set my internal alarm clock and it will operate to an accuracy of less than plus or minus five minutes. I have used this for decades. On the rare occassion when I use a mechanical clock as back up I will waken two or three minutes before it goes off.
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