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Weird dreams train us for the unexpected, says new theory

  AI inspires hypothesis that sleeping human brain might try to break its overfamiliarity with daily data It’s a common enough scenario: you walk into your local supermarket to buy some milk, but by the time you get to the till, the milk bottle has turned into a talking fish. Then you remember you’ve got your GCSE maths exam in the morning, but you haven’t attended a maths lesson for nearly three decades. Dreams can be bafflingly bizarre, but according to a new theory of why we dream, that’s the whole point. By injecting some random weirdness into our humdrum existence, dreams leave us better equipped to cope with the unexpected. Continue reading... .. Full story on theguardian.com 

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