This is a split topic from the Lucid Lab, the experiment can be found here: Lucidity Physics
Interesting ideas. Might be a little hard to measure these things but then again who knows what we will discover. Maybe the dreamworld will have some consistency.
-Electricity- In a dream a friend of mine changed a lightbulb without turning off the power. There where a lot of blue sparks but he wasn’t harmed.
-Gravity- Seems to be a little different from dream to dream. Sometimes I can jump just as IRL and sometimes I can jump much higher.
-Light- I know that in my dreams atleast mirrors seem to behave as IRL.
-Emotion- Unless you can control your emotions they definately affect your dream alot.
As for gravity, try saying “increase gravity” while measuring to see it the instrument changes and if you can feel the gravity changing. Will probably work with the others too. Hm," increase emotions" might be interesting.
Electricity in dreams generally works like magic, even if you know a lot about electricity. I’m not sure about electrocution, but if it did happen, it would probably be based on you expectation of when you would get electrocuted. Except in nightmares.
Gravity in dreams varies. Moon and Mars would be based on your knowledge/memory of these planets/moons gravities.
Distance is usually constant in dreams, and I would expect the accuracy to decrease with the length. There’s been a Lab topic about this before.
How will we ever be able to tell how our brain manages to render light? Obviously it is based upon the real world. Mirrors act normal for me.
I would expect that sound travels normally, because that’s what we experience in RL.
Obviously this will depend on the dreamer’s knowledge of chemistry. Chemical reactions are not intuitive and neither is molecule and atom structure.
I think you meant biology! This also depends on the dreamer’s knowledge of the human body - most people (I think) are not able to place most organs as being in front or behind others.
if the dream world was constant, wouldnt that mean that it was a real world. I mean correct me if i am wrong here but as far as we know we dream inside our heads, ( i was posting about other realities b 4 but that is not relevent to this area or what i am trying 2 get at)
If there is consistantsy that mean there are rules to the dream world, and with rules come well restrictions, things have 2 work this way and not that way. But with lucid dreaming we can break the rules, of our waking world anyway. if we found rules that applied to the dream world, would we be able to break them in a lucid dream?