Fast MRI and Lucid Dreaming Proposal

David Doshay doshay at neuron.arc.nasa.gov
Mon Oct 25 15:21:50 EST 1993

somebody wrote:

> However, you cannot sleep and dream in that noisy machine.....:-)

I had no problem, and I think that the repitition of that loud banging
gong in some ways was hypnotic. I definitely slept and did dream, and was
aware that I was dreaming, while in an MRI machine. It is boring being
stuck in a tiny gloss white tube. Why not just go to sleep?

I would presume that the $1000 per hour it costs to hang out in the machine,
plus all the costs of paying folks to look at the developed MRI images, would 
be a bigger reason this research is not happening.

David		doshay at soma.arc.nasa.gov
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My thoughts, not NASA's.

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