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Tim Baker


How Goya's Drawing of a Dream Changed How We Think About Art
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Goya's 1799 etching, "The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters," looked to the subconscious long before anyone else did.
7 Fictional Sleep Devices That We Wish Were Real
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From Vacation Goo to Dream-Dictating Pets.
Watch 1935’s “How to Sleep,” the Oscar-Winning Short About Rest
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The first short about sleep proves that though things change, the universal struggle with sleep stays the same.
Octopuses Snooze More Like Humans than Creatures of the Sea
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The cephalopods have some head-scratching sleep habits.
Bats Aren’t Terrifying, They Just Like to Cuddle
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These creatures of the night just want to be loved. Or, at least stay warm.
Gamers' Brains Are Better at Lucid Dreaming, Beating Nightmares
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Joysticking through an artificial world provides gamers with the perfect skill set for taking control of their dreams.
How "Little Nemo in Slumberland" Reinvented Our Dreams
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With the comic strip "Little Nemo in Slumberland," which celebrates its 110th anniversary today, the great Winsor McCay changed how dreams were portrayed.
The Odd Sleep Habits of the American Bullfrog
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The amphibian is basically on alert at all times and never receives any deep sleep.
Five of the Most Bizarre Sleep Disorders
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From the sad and scary to the just plain strange.