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LUCIDLogical User Centered Interaction Design (Cognetics Corporation)
LUCIDLocal Unit Criteria and Indicators Development
LUCIDLucifer's Universal Criminal Identification System :-)
LUCIDLogical Universal Communication Interactive Databank :-)
LUCIDLSU (Louisiana State University) Undergraduate Chemistry Information Depot
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Jefferies LLC acted as exclusive financial adviser to Lucid II in connection with the transaction and was the sole provider of the committed debt financing.
The findings of the study suggest that people can increase their chances of having a lucid dream by using a combination of all three techniques.
A lucid dream is a dream during which the dreamer is aware of dreaming while it's still happening and can control the experience.
9) have reported that lucid dream phenomenology might be different between sexes.
Lucid owns the world's largest audience platform for sourcing and understanding "human answers," resulting in real, deterministic data about human behavior at scale.
Lucid I and Lucid II are diversified energy companies that provide a full suite of midstream services to producers working in the Permian Basin.
The CEO of Lucid VR Han Jin stated, Our 3D, 180, virtual reality approach adds true depth and peripheral vision to storytelling in virtual reality and thus creates an incredibly real experience.
Because Lucid Fly met its full funding goal, their campaign will remain active on the Indiegogo website, accepting pre-orders and contributions to those who might have missed it.
Author Charlie Morley, an advocate for the use of lucid dreaming within a spiritual context (see Dreams of Awakening), believes, "Galantamine vandalizes the spiritual aspect of your unconscious.
These findings come from a new study that found that lucid dreaming could be induced in a full 70% of participants, with a simple (external) electrical current passed across the frontal lobe.
IF YOU'VE EVER WISHED you had the power to control your dreams, a process called lucid dreaming, you've now got a good reason to try--not that it wouldn't be nice to be able to put on some clothes the next time you find yourself unexpectedly naked while you're making an important presentation.