It would be a good theory except I wont be teaching ANY courses till next spring. Ive been sort of on a sabbatical and Im only an adjunct teacher now. When I do teach Im always douing graphs and contour maps and cross sections which I really have to fight with the software (called Rockware) since it only lets the default data come out in garish colors. I had one of my company guys adjust the pallette just fow me so my graphics look more realistic (I use actual Munsell colors (numerical color system)to convey a rock cross section).
Strangely, someone e mailed me from Princeton about how eating "certain cheeses was a cause for wild dreams. We dsid have a bunch of different cheeses at our dinner on Saturday , so maybe that was the reason. I understand that the cheese study was on a nightime UFO radio program . Ill check out their website.
Another thing that has psychotropic effects is basil and we were gnoshing on some new pesto my wife made all day Saturday. It is , as Mr Dickens said.(and I paraphrase):
"Spirit,You are merely some gravy or a portion of undigested beef "...