The dreaming brain has been a long-time fascination of scientists.
In a recent experiment conducted in Australia, known as the Dream Catcher, experts have established zero signal of dream brain waves in sleeping individuals. This latest finding challenges earlier studies of dreaming activities detected in neuronal data.
Some scientists have blamed the unconventional methodology of the Dream Catcher for its atypical result, believing that the extended time period per recorded study had led to a misinterpretation between dreaming and nondream states.
The study is the latest in a series of scientific enquiry into the rich possibilities in the biochemistry of the dreaming brain.