To sleep, perchance to dream

Best gadget of the week has to be Sleep Oasis white noise machine. Two things I like about it are the rhythmic sounds and ability to purchase extra sound cards. $50 for a good night’s sleep, $15 for an upgrade card, unless that is you’re in the UK and convert directly to £…

Such quibbles evaporate when compared to what happens next. The Register reports that the Japanese have worked out ways to record dreams. All that’s lacking though are the pictures and sounds.

But is that’s not enough, their colleagues in Britain have worked out a way to scan women’s brains to see if they’re faking it. Apparently the more fakery the more sparks are seen in the scan, so they have more fun with less brain activity. Funny that. 

 

Fake
Fake
For real
For real

Can’t wait to see the movies when the Japanese eggheads create a mashup with their British counterparts.

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