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For several years researchers have been trying to apply the tools of science to get inside our heads. It is a noble effort that, when finally achieved, will represent a huge triumph of mankind over nature. Researchers at the ATR Computational Neuroscience Laboratories in Kyoto have developed some powerful computational tools which use blood flow data from MRI scans to approximately visualize what a person is experiencing in dreams. Their results were published yesterday in Science, along with considerable fanfare. Before studies like this can be taken at face value, though, a closer inspection of the actual methods and results is warranted.
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