This dream took place inside a building with many people (humans & later what seemed to possibly be various old versions of humans & modified humans & non-humans, some were possibly aliens, and some were possibly human-like entities), and this building felt deep like it was underground with probably different floors that I did not have access to like a hidden secure facility of some kind that we were trapped in (it felt like there was probably almost no way for us to escape).
At some point I found some wood chips covered in a chemical with a very strong smell that made it seem harder to breathe, like it sucked the oxygen from a room, and so some people scattered them in various trash cans outside the various buildings & rooms to try to avoid putting them in one location so that it would not suck out the oxygen & possibly kill people.
Discover the phenomenon known as asymmetrical sleep, where parts of an animal’s brain are asleep while other areas remain active.
Many animals need sleep. But all the threats and demands animals face don’t just go away when it’s time to doze. That’s why a range of birds, mammals, and even humans experience some degree of asymmetrical sleep, where parts of the brain are asleep, and other areas are more active. So, how does it work? Masako Tamaki explores how animals’ brains remain vigilant even at their most vulnerable.
Lesson by Masako Tamaki, directed by Biljana Labović. Animated by Iva Ćirić, designed by Manja Ćirić.
In this dream I was at The BP Library, and I was trying to make artificial life using human & electronic materials along with water & electricity like I was trying to make humanoid life from a clay-like mixture.
Somehow I had a powdered mix of materials that included human material of some kind along with maybe some other kind of natural material(s), I mixed it with water & possibly something else, and maybe I poured the mixture into several humanoid shaped molds & I waited for them to harden.