Why is it that ideas and plans which seem completely rational, feasible and even brilliant at night often look quite the opposite in daylight?
Is daylight necessarily the best light in which to evaluate the reasonableness, feasibility and even brilliance of an idea?
Or is it simply that we're brainwashed to
believe that daylight is good while nightlight is fun but a bit dodgy?
"Nightlife" for instance means various degrees of drunk and disorderly.
But why shouldn't our brain, consciousness,
subconsciousness and all the other bits of wiring work just as well
under the moon as under the sun?
Weren't our primeval ancestors on the qui-vive at night, keenly aware of dangers and opportunities? It must also have been the time when their
imaginations were most active, inventing stories, figuring out solutions
to daytime puzzles.