As dreams, we have choices to influence what happens in them. Some people experience this influencing of their dreams while they're asleep - personally, I never have. The one thing it's so critically important to get a handle on, if we're going to unravel a big reel of our consciousness, is Size. Size matters, big time. Size is everything, to us. Look at the cars and the houses, the horses and the fortunes. Size is an obsession. There's a reason, as there's a reason for everything. Here we go, down the rabbit hole, into Alice's bunker, where the minds of beautiful thinkers went and came up with stories based on the dreams they saw themselves. For so it would go on, ad infinitum, dreamscape upon dreamscape as each dimension shares its reality with the others. Sometimes we have to access the Bulk network. For left switched in the On position for too long, the brain just cannot cope with Brane alone. We need to sleep, to access the other On, or we die.
Symmetry has many fans and I've never been one of them. Asymmetry has much more of an active role in nature, it seems to me, and therefore more value in the living scheme of things. But here, where the world unfolds into a plasticized sheet of imagined information, symmetry might find a better footing in my mind, for it now makes sense that positive and negative could well be flexible commodities in the universal scheme of things. That other regions of the Universe could be positive as ours is negative, and we would never know, because we could never see it. Somewhere on the other side of the lambda divide, positrons annihilate electrons which venture into the Wells of Probability. The roles are reversed. And if those patterns are anything like I'm thinking they might be, there are shadowlands everywhere there is matter to be shadowed, and electrons could be thinking about which way to go next.
To me, it's a cut-and-dried deal that electrons are self-aware, for the double slit experiment proves self-awareness but leaves it out of the equation, perhaps because it's not proven mathematically or topographically and it's very far from convenient. Infinity is inconvenient enough. Imagine what could happen if sentience was added to the equation! This whole ‘higher form of life' rubbish would be knocked into a cocked hat if electrons knew exactly what their role in life was, and happily chose to form tables or planets or whatever the creative mind desires them to be, in fact, because they are and they can. There is very little an electron cannot do and a very slender chance of there being anywhere in Nature where they are not. Anywhere, there can be a positron, but only for a moment, then it's gone in a flash of lightning.
If, and it's a really big If, the scientists got together and tackled Science as a whole, a holistic trunk of the Trees of Life and Knowledge, they might notice that there's only a very small thing left out of the Science, and only one thing to add to the Sentience. You have to take the extra C away from the Science, and put it somewhere in the letters remaining in Sentience, which will be ENTE. Wherever the C needs to go, I don't know, but someone will know. I know the name of the one who gave me all that inspiration, and his name begins with R. (That matters only to me, it doesn't have to matter to anyone else.) Then, you'll have three Sciences working together to get the Lego replaced by something altogether more universally valuable, with Physics at the head of the committee waiting with the pens and the languages to choose from. For mathematics certainly has its fans, and it seems the Universe is one of them, for it does indeed seem to be everywhere, and Fibonacci had a field day among the daisies just as we can, any time. We are quantum, we are small. Get a handle on that, and see what the day can bring.