Is every dream you ever have, every night, lucid? If not, why not?
No, but that's why they are DREAMS. It's NOT real. Reality is always the same, every single day.
Reality cannot be fully understood when inside it. Therefor reality is relative with similar rules, but since there are exceptions (like those survivors) nothing can be taken for granted.
Reality can be fully understood, otherwise it would be impossible to predict a whole bunch of actions which invariably bring up the same results.
The cases of those survivors can be explained. The guy who fell from the downed WW2 bomber, for example, was incredibly lucky to have hit glass panels on the ceiling of the train station he fell on, which slowed down his fall and allowed him to survive the impact on the more solid surface.
You are aware that the scientific community is closer to my line of thinking, than yours... but I guess that makes sense since you believe in pseudo-chemistry... there is more mumbo-jumbo coming out your end than mine. LOL.
LOL! No friggin' way! The scientific community does NOT say anything of the sort like you claim.
Besides it doesn't matter how many times I say it: the way you reply to my posts clearly indicate that you are not understanding what I am talking about...
And frankly, it doesn't matter to me... but since you disagree with anything related to this thread, and I think by now we all know your stance, I suggest you stay away... or I am forced to spam every single thread you post in with comments like this: "no, that is wrong because that is pseudo-chemistry"
But it is you who doesn't understand why the "jump off a cliff" example is perfectly to the point regarding all these bizarre question marks that you try to put on reality. If reality was an "illusion", then we would not all experience the same while doing something like the above suicidal action. Some of us would die, others would not (and I don't mean bizarre freak exceptions, but on a more regular basis.) It would depend on the "illusion" each person has of reality. Poppycock! And reality is the same not just for people, but for animals and plants, and even for inanimate objects that have no consciousness whatsoever (a monkey, a tree or a glass falling down a cliff will also suffer the exact same impact that we will.) That should tell you something. Reality cares nothing about what we think or wish. It just "is". There is no such "illusion" here. Don't believe me? JUMP OFF A CLIFF!
99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999% chance you will die. Reality at work, quite unhindered by your "it's just an illusion! it's just an illusion! it's just an illusion!" thoughts while you plummet down to your death.