This morning I dreamed I was editing audio on my tablet in the woods, leaning on a tree. I looked behind me and thought I saw rain, coming toward me. I got up and headed for the house, and saw that it wasn’t rain, but fog. When I reached the fog, I couldn’t inhale, and I woke up, hoping everyone in the house was OK.
Once, in the Navy, when the ship was in drydock, a welder started a fire. The fire watch put it out with his CO2 extinguisher. (Happens all the time, no big deal.) I had heard that you can’t breath CO2 and wondered what it was like. I got down near the floor (CO2 is heavier than air) and tried to breathe it. It was weird. I physically couldn’t inhale it.
That’s what it was like in my dream when I hit that wall of fog.
It’s a Saturday morning here, mostly cloudy, cool and breezy. I’m all coffeed up and now I’m gonna go some breakfast.
Have a great day!
Couldn’t inhale CO2… Your body was telling you ‘STOP THAT, DUMMY!’
The point is, you can’t seem to get it even in your nose. Your inhalor mechanism won’t work. Do humans have built=in CO2 sensors tha we’re unaware of?
Don’t want to be inhaling that stuff. 🙂
My experience tells me that apparent;y, somehow, its not possible to inhale