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> Dreaming seems to happen when the brain is sifting through the
> day's experience, saving part in longer term memory and deleting the rest.
I read a report some time ago that suggested that dreaming had as one
function 'emptying the garbage' of neural connections or thoughts that were
not useful or valid. Does this make any sense?
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