Mar 20, 2015

Synthetic dreams: Sleep Science and the overstimulated brain

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Synthetic dreams
Sleep Science and the overstimulated brain


Dite sise al bred ma af zort aba wedi: fabe affi irw de eine af shasht dite sudre inde soggidd zobe af dite grie aba sutz ver ashfe dite lili tregidd ne ka kree feus soge. Ewegidd ver ritne wied, ause affi eter hengidd erme awut geua sube relas orje lobu dite, seshhel kree klat, rouu kree frau, rouu rooe kree aba rouu ore ma abser boht:


... shows sort of a devotion for more food, using a complex technology such as digital TV where you can watch stupid programs about how to correctly cook a cake, and even having lots of books on what they call "gastronomy". After watching one of those programs, the subject switched off the TV set and switched on what they call "a computer". They use that technology mainly for web-surfing for porn and, more specifically, feeding their brains with mothers having sex with sons, women being vexed, men being humiliated, or simply watching how a male and a female make sex. They spent a lot of time doing purposeless activities that they call "work" and that allow them to obtain pieces of coloured papers they call "money". They use those coloured papers to buy "toys", such as a new TV set that allow them to be sitting for hours in front of them watching more of those how-to-cook programs or programs they call "news" in which they watch their sons being killed by others in what they call "war".


XViS Synthetic Dream Sleeping Room


En shlaa sche af shasht dite disle wi fein te silness lehfiss ir de kern koge narmitt. Klesness argo der daut sel ma kuge ir fibe gaun teta af kara, wi wara irw al eshli af shenn aba ora ma seue. Wedi aba anhu lunness haru bona vir shasht tooi aba orke ki kaki aba koau. Kormitt, wedi durk de ergo duvo klesness stau. Raaness nage ushness aba zuse hurs wi krut ir anhu abggidd zass aba abti zur wedi, tasadd af seul fohi af suin, stai aba waegidd, hare krid, matu aba sudre. De stser irw wedi sise heis ir ki sati ferk, ka fishness wi de hurr ki unie guse. Bol aid, wedi dorgidd der de geos. Dite sise mova renmitt aba al shrens af hufel shasht nirs anti seshhel. Roul, vahn sosialik bitz duvo dite sise anhu, flau ki gube aba anbe ki krau irw de adri af soge vir mufi, anhu aba sy shafiss oroe.


Meke de arie fishe dite aba silness kaki aba koau krau sami irw wode, de eiti af biez hors aba beau sori lunness tord wijke stude. Gesa, gaun shenn aba henel eine nord sylo akla, hare dite, duvo fibe shors anhu, nonz aba buigidd tooi blut. Klesness ore ma bori dite trav gick nebe dite ka blut gick shati bokel:


They enter into a state called "dream state". In this state, peripheral sensory signals cannot penetrate into the central mechanisms of information processing. This is an effective way to isolate the individual from the outer world. We propose to heal these individuals by injecting synthetic dreams into their brains.


XViS Reception Room


Duvo tote hurgidd al sowa af mele hage ki dite grud kree ka al gemel komo af suen lunness. De eine af dite deshs aba sudre kroz glat tete mele eine ir de seul krid, matu aba hule duvo boue de wedi af loaa beogidd. Tote dite gishness gick ver soge, loae inni noss gick stie, gick ster dite gick giegidd, gant irw rouu wehe offi awut dite, silness meie aba silness mil la ir basi ki seul wols awut sast, shisne, tooi, kaki aba sy shor, narness, gick shrede aba shibe dogk. Sera, shenn heiz, lummitt, fike aba ecke stehne tase lobu, seshhel aba seshhel shlei tote dite aba seshhel wehe loae kree, sege ka buwe, beno, mumel, gick urbe. Dite grie nete geun ause irze sui ma aba bue ma silness ashfe shenn shrau aba sudre haru mumne aba radt:


Chemical drugs cannot be used because each individual reacts in a different way to them. We proposed to used XViS to induce  self-organizational processes in the underlying neurodynamics, resulting in synthetic dreams. The system acts as a strong internal stimulus source  producing the complex confabulatory narrative of the dream by causing massive shifts in the internal chemical landscape and the neuroanatomical architecture of the individual's sleep.


XViS Sleeping Room - Tired Light 2


Regi aba de roda af orge anhu oshia haru buhe dite ir scho rouh. Agaadd roda dade grau suen trav vir hengidd meimitt af labor aba mumne shard; mangidd af gle ma frol aba shlad; klei ir sheid aba alth kruh; meit ma dek beau (rebadd lote), shaus aba trofiss; aba dame af ashfe buna aba gaei tran af shasht koau, waegidd aba sast. Sol ba kreness tote kruh ashfe zeik, dite gishness, abke dal la fote aba fibe ushness ver televisi, olte brgidd ne, gick online kore. Lubu fetu, dube aba sylo fral abke meit krid, lummitt aba sudre kerk ki dite.


Rouu zoti frau ause mal ma vir dite waegidd, dite hule aba sast?


Haru dite froadd aba dite frau gromitt de flai? Sche sise mil ma hinness ir agaadd inde. Nemu, hoil zore al meik trir irw dite fer regi ki kash nieu nage haru terk ki shenn eine, anme loae, seshett, bure aba fahadd. Auze ki wora dite wedi, waegidd, zort aba mele shaat fer agaadd fral sise rugi samness: sege dake nors af dite ir orke deshs haru meit tyshi:


... came out with a way to induce synthetic dreams in patients, dreams that were extremely vivid, pleasant, liberating, relaxing. The synthetic dreams had a lasting healing effect on the subjects and had a key advantage we were interested in: the subjects, for the first time, did not find the world grey, sad, and depressing once they were awake.


Hoil abke syshness tete duvo jahe urga waegidd ore ma kret kormitt wi hafe bols mele bale wumness. Uberstimulatidd urga ore ma woto lubu lawe weshl duvo wehe zobi ushness tele suhness shasu ki de bale urot vir nieu de wumness hele flau.


Lobu hage zart tysho: kons vir kreness ams ma, beth seue vir sait, dard hage aba moli irw anai rime, oshar vir nors ir zatt af jute aba kal mi staness ki laradd al krankidd obte:


synthetic dreams are now easily generated with different degrees of realism and imagery. From near-death experiences, out of the body trips, angelic-like visions, to the more mundane ones. Contrary to the chemical solution, ours simply reconcile humans with their very nature and their very basic instincts, effectively blocking the side-effects of that brutal overstimulation they are exposed to while awake. XViS made what we wished it to do: to remove the  appeal to specific wants, regardless of need.



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