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Science cannot yet answer a simple question: why do we need to sleep? [1]. However the question could be easily transposed to a much more fundamental one: why are we awake? And we should not forget that whenever there is a dead-end in answering something, the solution could be that we are not asking the right question. Could it be that the distinction between awake and sleeping is void of meaning?

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