Sleep, as a phenomenon, is extremely interesting. All animals sleep, or have a form of sleep-like resting state. Sometimes they have to get creative. Dolphins, for example, rest half their brain at a time, with the other half awake so they can stay swimming. I have always felt, though, that sleep seems tremendously maladaptive. Think…

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