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My hypothesis is based on an observed phenomena that there is an involuntary ear whistling that occurs immediatley after waking up. It has to be noticed right away after waking up sort of like trying to remember a dream and it isn't always observed, however I have noted as a definite real thing several times before. This ear whistling appears in involuntary patterns and is different then tinnitus or other causes of whistling in the ears. My hypothesis is that this involuntary ear whistling occurs during a persons sleep and is active while a person is dreaming. The patterns of the whistling and the whistling itself may have a code to it that is recordable. Recording the whistling in that it originates from inside the cochlea would require placing a microphone in a person's ear as close to the cochlea as possible. I propose the possibility of using an elastic diaphragm microphone as the elastic would be very sensitive to picking up any small vibrations from such a quiet noise. I predict that patterns may be found in the whistling that could be translated via a computer program into something like dream symbology language. Experiments could be done to record the whistling and then wake up people who are good at recording their dreams and ask them to detail what they were dreaming about, then look for similar patterns of the whistling across many people's dreams. If I 'm right about this phenomena, it could provide a tool to read and display a person's dreams on a computer. This would be a powerful tool in psychology as well as a judicial crime solving device.