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April 10, 2013
scienceyoucanlove:

ikenbot:

Do Animals Dream?
Yes. Many pet owners have seen their sleeping dog or cat twitch or paw the air, as if dreaming of bones to bury or mice to chase.
Stanley Coren, a psychology professor at the University of British Columbia and author of the book The Intelligence of Dogs, says that canines go through the same sleep stages as we do, only faster.
After about 20 minutes, a dog enters REM sleep, the stage in which most vivid dreams occur. Big dogs dream longer, Coren says, and little dogs dream quickly and frequently.
He doesn’t know why, and neither does anyone else. Insects and fish don’t experience REM sleep, but some birds and all mammals do. Reptiles might also experience REM, and some scientists argue that our mammalian dreaming might be a holdover from our reptilian brains.
The purpose of dreaming remains a mystery, but infants (of all species) dream more often. This is probably because the sensory stimulation helps form new neural connections.
In adults, the best working theory is that dreams stimulate the regions of the brain associated with memory. Finches replay the melody of their birdsong in their dreams, and lab rats retrace the mazes they have run.
For more on dreams..

this article is incredibly important to me, and I have also seem my kitty twitch in his sleep lol 

scienceyoucanlove:

ikenbot:

Do Animals Dream?

Yes. Many pet owners have seen their sleeping dog or cat twitch or paw the air, as if dreaming of bones to bury or mice to chase.

Stanley Coren, a psychology professor at the University of British Columbia and author of the book The Intelligence of Dogs, says that canines go through the same sleep stages as we do, only faster.

After about 20 minutes, a dog enters REM sleep, the stage in which most vivid dreams occur. Big dogs dream longer, Coren says, and little dogs dream quickly and frequently.

He doesn’t know why, and neither does anyone else. Insects and fish don’t experience REM sleep, but some birds and all mammals do. Reptiles might also experience REM, and some scientists argue that our mammalian dreaming might be a holdover from our reptilian brains.

The purpose of dreaming remains a mystery, but infants (of all species) dream more often. This is probably because the sensory stimulation helps form new neural connections.

In adults, the best working theory is that dreams stimulate the regions of the brain associated with memory. Finches replay the melody of their birdsong in their dreams, and lab rats retrace the mazes they have run.

For more on dreams..

this article is incredibly important to me, and I have also seem my kitty twitch in his sleep lol 

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April 5, 2013

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April 5, 2013
makemestfu:

So relatable blog :)

makemestfu:

So relatable blog :)

April 3, 2013
Look into these eyes Then you’ll see the size of these flames Dwellin on the past Its burnin’ up my brain Everyone that burns has to learn from the pain

Look into these eyes
Then you’ll see the size of these flames
Dwellin on the past
Its burnin’ up my brain
Everyone that burns has to learn from the pain

April 3, 2013

April 3, 2013
I Thought so… or is it? suppose it depends on the stipulations.. but i feel like it does.

I Thought so… or is it? suppose it depends on the stipulations.. but i feel like it does.

March 28, 2013

Disney Movies. For Real.

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March 28, 2013
re-staacks:

such a huge part of my life.

re-staacks:

such a huge part of my life.

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March 28, 2013

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March 27, 2013
psych-quotes:

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