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User avatar #41 - noblexfenrir (01/30/2012) [-]
I have already proven this theory false, for this to be true you have to assume that everything in this world is created by you and managed by your own thought processes.

Sorry to say but...not being cocky but I'm fairly intelligent....but I'm not even close to understanding the concepts of Quantum physics and other such complexities. So how would these be created and understood by other creations of my consciousness if even I can't contemplate their uses?
User avatar #61 to #41 - noblexfenrir (01/30/2012) [-]
If I made this world, then I'm kind of an asshole to automatically negate my own argument with all these replies XD
#58 to #41 - samyea (01/30/2012) [-]
think about it this way: Everything you see exist only in your brain, your brain creates the environment you live in by processing information it recieves through your senses, so your brain is creating a copy of the world you see.
Also when you see an object like a chair for example, there is no chair in "reality" theres only a bunch of molecules that can be broken down to atoms that can be broken down to kvarks etc.
Your brain creates what you think is reality. think about it everything you see feel touch happens inside your brain.
#45 to #41 - seanofthezeds (01/30/2012) [-]
What if you say something like I can fly !
But you may not get the ability to fly but instead it affects you in an indirect way; you end up riding on an airplane to visit your relatives in another country. Things like that, things that your mind perceives as being impossible is still impossible in the dream state so like mentioned above its very indirect, and if we die again in that dream state, it repeats; therefore we can hypothesise that you cannot die because every time you die in the dream state you wake up as somebody else, and repeat. YOU MINDDD ****** YET?
User avatar #43 to #41 - Deathmaster (01/30/2012) [-]
I don't think you understand lucid dreaming. You don't need to understand how things work, you can simply create the desired result. You can break the laws of physics. There would be no need for Quantum physics.
#42 to #41 - Giachianeo (01/30/2012) [-]
Simply put, you'd have eternity to think about it. Even if you're just "fairly intelligent", you're going to eventually use your consciousness in a way that's adventurous-ergo, you'll understand how to do space travel eventually. I mean, you were obviously interested enough in it that you invented NASA, right?
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