I always find it highly intriguing to see what other people dream as they go to sleep.
I have always kept a record of what I dream (whenever I can remember, that is); what's to say I can't do the same to other people's dreams? After all, they aren't aware most of the time: if they are, they are in the light phase of sleep (REM).
I have built a special program upon my computer which will allow me to do just that. I will then record what I discover and compare it to my own dreams, to see if I can figure things out. Some of my own dreams are so mondo bizarre it's not even funny.
I will implant a tiny microchip underneath a person's skin, just above their ear; the operation will be a fairly quick and simple one with retatively little (or no) pain. I will reassure the person that I am doing a project and I will record my findings if they are willing to partake in my little experiment.
I don't know what will results will come out of this, but one thing is for certain: maybe I can figure out why people dream the things they do and try to make sense of what is going on, not only in their lives, but in my own. Maybe then I can sort out the meanings of some of my more strange dreams I have had over the years.
~To be continued.~