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(Smithsonian Magazine)   Do androids dream of electric sheep? How do dolphins sleep without drowning? Here comes the science   (smithsonianmag.com) divider line
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2019-04-14 03:25:36 PM  
Birds do that. I didn't think a mammal with a brain like a dolphin could do that too. Interesting.
 
2019-04-14 03:29:05 PM  
By gripping their pillow tight?
 
2019-04-14 03:35:56 PM  

Spectrum: By gripping their pillow tight?


OMG. Watched the video. They actually do!
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2019-04-14 04:24:54 PM  
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2019-04-14 04:34:03 PM  
More videos need to be that succinct.  Never really thought about it, but interesting question and quick, to the point, answer.
 
2019-04-14 05:23:30 PM  
This I did not know. I wonder if we can teach ourselves to do that? The Smithsonian is great, some of America's finest historical artifacts and treasures and science. Great place.

/ Kid get OUT of the COMMAND MODULE!!!! *woob woob woob*
 
2019-04-14 06:10:04 PM  
They need power armour.
 
2019-04-15 12:41:27 PM  
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