OT: Dream colors... Was: Searching remote servers in your own company

Subject: OT: Dream colors... Was: Searching remote servers in your own company
From: Rick Stone <rstone75 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com>
To: Gene Kim-Eng <techwr -at- genek -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 18:15:23 -0500

Hi all

Interesting. How do we really know for sure? I consider this to be along
the lines of something I've wondered for years. It revolves around the
way we perceive color to start with. What you see as Blue, I might
actually see as Red. But because we both call it Blue, it's Blue, no?
And neither of us gives it a second thought.

Weird and interesting when you consider the possibilities... Rick :)

Gene Kim-Eng wrote:
> Technically, no. What happens is that your brain notices
> and remembers color in your dreams commensurate with
> how important it is to the dream. So whether you remember
> a dream as being in color or being colorless once you wake
> up depends on how the color fits into your dream. For most
> men, action is more important than form so they remember
> actions vividly but tend not to remember color, while for most
> women it is the reverse. This varies from person to person,
> and many people can have dreams in either mode.
> Gene Kim-Eng

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