Hey guys! So lately I've been brainstorming on a story I've been meaning to make, but to me it's sounds really...out there. Anyway here it is! It has everything to do with dreams and alternate realities. So a scientist, who happens to be a lucid dreamer, begins to study dreams and quantum theory after having many instances of deja vu. He notices that these occurrences of deja vu that he's experiencing are of things that he's dreamt of before. Things that he remembers quite clearly, but has no evidence that they've have already happened, and doesn't know why he remembers them. He starts conducting experiments and after having thoroughly studied his own dreams, he theorizes that, when your dreaming, you are subconsciously visiting and living in an alternate reality in which YOU also exist. That when your having dreams, your consciousness is transferred from your body to another in an alternate reality almost identical to your own. So as if you're living a separate life in your dreams. He theorizes that lucid dreamers have an extraordinary ability to combine alternate realities with their own. That when he notices he's dreaming, he's now fully conscious of himself in both the alternate reality and the reality he currently resides in, thus giving him the ability to do as he pleases in this alternate reality (his dream). But, when he does this he is obliviously combining his reality and the alternate one together as one in the same time space continuum. Causing the strange phenomena that, whatever happens in his dreams, happens in his own reality, but that when he wakes up, that connection is abruptly cut off. Causing his memories of what he did during his lucid dreaming to linger away; being stored deep inside his subconscious. Which he thinks is the reason why he feels he's already done the things that he's currently doing at the moment (deja vu). He is, in theory, creating the future. He is literally making his dreams come true... A theory he then proves to be true after simply moving a cup from one side of a coffee table to the other while he was lucid dreaming. Then later seeing the same cup move on it's own from one side of his coffee table to the other after having woken up from his dream.... So there it is! My premise to a story I'm working on. Does it sound even remotely believable, or does it sound like just a bunch of nonsense. I want people to be able to buy into it, being the reason I ask this question in the first place. So what do you guys think!?