For years, people have thought daydreamers lack focus and have a poor work ethic. Well, daydreamers unite! New research shows that daydreaming in fact has a specific purpose, and it might even help with information processing. Watch as Anthony explains why we spend a third to half of our lives daydreaming, and why it’s not so bad after all.
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A baby grand piano has mysteriously appeared under the Brooklyn Bridge in New York, right on the Manhattan side of the East River.