Draft 1: Are our dreams shaped by the sky?

This topic submitted by Brett Sweeney, Sean Clark, Pam Rowe (clarksc@miamioh.edu) at 3:10 pm on 9/12/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Myers

Cherokee tradition holds that dreams are influenced by celestial and atmospheric conditions. Our research will collect information on subjects' dream patterns and intensity. Along the course of the experiment we will be asking members of the test group about their dreams and documenting and cross referencing the results against celestial and atmospheric conditions. We will ask the subjects about their dreams after nights with varying degrees of cloud cover and storm activity and analyze the results.

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