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  1. Interesting question) The brain will have to create several probabilities for the answer to the topic, but these answers will be relative and not accurate. I think there is a possibility that a person has once heard or seen answers to a given topic in reality, and perhaps the brain will grasp this topic much faster, remembering moments from life. In any case, the answer is “Yes”, since our imagination is able to suggest (but not give accurate) answers to a particular topic. A person's mental fantasy is strong;)

  2. You can talk, but what's the point? There are several possible scenarios here.
    1. The other person will respond the way you think they should
    2. It will respond depending on the atmosphere of the dream, regardless of your opinion (but within the limits of your knowledge)
    3. They may respond with something that you may have heard from other people but have forgotten about (most unlikely, but I know from experience).
    4. Well, absolutely fantastic. You can start discussing it and come to a conclusion by thinking, pondering, and reasoning.

    None of this will give you 100% results, but you can try it as an experience.
    Often after realizing that everything is unreal, all the characters in the dream start to avoid you and be afraid. So the dialogue may not take place

  3. The answer depends. who are you talking to in a lucid dream? Most of what you see in your dreams-whether it's an ordinary lucid dream or a lucid dream (OS) – is a set piece. That is, images completed by your imagination. Exactly the same scenery (sprites) – the vast majority of people you meet in a dream. But there are exceptions. If the other person is real, you can talk to them about anything. Moreover, you will own the information that you own in reality, no more. but his information may differ significantly or even not resemble yours.

    How can I check whether you are communicating in a lucid dream with a sprite or a real person? The sprite can be controlled, and you can force it to sit down, turn around, freeze in place, and say the phrase you need. You can even change the details of his clothes, for example. You won't be able to manage a real conversation partner.

  4. If you accurately determine during sleep that you are in a lucid dream, then, yes,this is possible. But just being aware of yourself in a dream is not enough to start talking about any topics. What might it depend on?

    1) On what dream (manifest world) you are in;

    2) Whether you formed your own dream (the manifested world) or whether it was formed by a pressing problem from the life you live.

    I'll leave these two conditions as the main ones for now. I'll explain why. Once in a dream (the manifested world), there are different conditions present in this dream. Or rather, the rules. Some rules are more flexible, while others are less so. The more realistic the dream itself, the more likely it is (for an untrained person) that they will quickly perceive it as the real world and restore their usual functions through Consciousness. Habitual functions are the basic mechanisms in the form of rules, knowledge, skills, and beliefs used in everyday life.

    If you managed to form this dream yourself or consciously go into a specific dream of your choice, then everything will depend on your practice/resistance to the perception of the dream. Which, in principle, gives unlimited opportunities for one or another business. Including a conversation on any topic.

    When a dream is formed by an urgent life problem, the movement in it will be strictly limited and always set by the problem.�

    From my personal experience of lucid dreaming, I can say that I have not yet learned to fly in my life))) But in any lucid dream, I use this mechanism of flight to make sure that I am in a lucid dream and how stable it is.

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  6. Anything can happen in a dream, regardless of whether it is true or not in relation to the real world. We can see people as one, but perceive them as completely different personalities. That is, criticality in its ordinary form may not work there to varying degrees, depending on the level of awareness. In my experience, I will say that the main problem is to maintain awareness, otherwise the dream turns into a “cinematic”. Therefore, if you answer the question of whether I can learn something new, then you can only learn what was in you, in your subconscious or floated somewhere a little deeper than the surface of your long-term memory. Either (going back to the above) You can perceive any information as new. That is, in a dream, you will have the impression that you heard something that you did not know before, and when you wake up, you will realize that this is not so. This is all about the nature of information. But how the conversation will go, whether you can “order” it, create it – everything is directly proportional to your lucid dreamer skill. Namely, the ability to concentrate attention, which constantly, gently and smoothly escapes us in our sleep.

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