Reader JKB sent me a funny video clip
"New controversial theory: Past, present, future exist simultaneously"

"Why you DON'T need eight hours sleep: Doctor reveals how much rest the body really requires - and says napping during the day is a 'natural' thing to do"

I sure hope this is right, because these days it's kinda where I'm at.

Up until the early 19th century people were sleeping three or four hours at the start of the night, waking up for a couple of hours, and then napping until the sun rises.

Then, during the day, they would often fit in another snooze before they curled up again to repeat the process, because this is biologically how we are programmed.