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I have a question about lucid dreams, but I don't know which Stack Exchange website I should use.

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Do you have an actual question? Because this was pretty much just a story – Michael Mrozek Oct 3 '12 at 17:01
Okey i'll write down my question – Spoon Yukina Oct 3 '12 at 17:03

As others have pointed out, the question you asked on SciFi SE was not appropriate for any Stack Exchange site.

In general, you might try Biology SE, Cognitive Sciences SE or Philosophy SE for questions about the biological basis for, effects of or meaning of lucid dreams.

If you have a question about lucid dreaming in another context, such as a lucid dream experienced by a video game character, you could look for an SE site for that domain (in this example, Arqade, AKA Gaming SE).

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The sidebar has reminded me that there's also a "Let's get philosophical" chatroom here on Meta Stack Overflow, but I can't say if your question will be taken seriously there. – Pops Oct 3 '12 at 17:25

I think there is a Stack Exchange where scientists might ask and answer questions about dreams.

But this is not a question. It's just you telling us your dream. Stack Exchange is a questions and answers platform. Not a site to share dream narrations. I'm sure those exist somewhere on the Internet. Keep looking.

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now it's a question about an experience I had in adream but I don't know is it a lucid dream or no – Spoon Yukina Oct 3 '12 at 17:06
A lucid dream just means you were aware you were dreaming during the dream, so by definition - yes it was. None of the other details are important. – Wesley Murch Oct 3 '12 at 17:09

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