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In a 1988 study on the connection between sleep (or lack of it) and manmade catastrophes , a committee of researchers concluded that, in the examples cited below, "[i]t cannot be proved that the human responses and errors occurring in all or most of these incidents and accidents resulted from lowered alertness, inattention, or delayed reaction due to active, sleep-related processes. Yet, it appears to be more than coincidental that the serious accidents were made worse by inadequate human response at a time when other data reflect a diminished capacity to function effectively despite one's belief and best intentions... Sleep and sleep-related factors appear to be involved in widely disparate types of disasters."

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