Definition of the word: Quadrupremsleeperator
Quadrupremsleeperator - Once sleep became a non-issue for the human race, the induction of such a time-wasting and productivity-destroying luxury became more and more difficult to enjoy. The quadrupiremsleeperator is not only capable of inducing slumber, but also of making the sleep contain more vivid dreams than ever before encountered by man. The dreams may be reenactments of past experiences, a multimedia experience in which one learns new things, or merely a prophetic experience in which the sleeper has the ability to see into the future near or distant.
The only disadvantages of such forms of sleep, at least according to its few critics, include 1) that many of those who use it go insane, 2) there is absolutely no control over how terrifying the dreams may become, 3) that there is no way to wake one's self from such slumber, and 4) that almost all of the prophetic dreams encountered pertain exclusively to your own death or matters so distant and immediate as to be completely irrelevant. For example you may learn during slumber that there is a table for two that just came available in Triangulum-7, a notoriously difficult galaxy to get reservations, but that you only have ten minutes to take a seat. Not terribly useful information.
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