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  1. This is easy to calculate. On average, we sleep 8 hours a day, which means we are awake for the remaining 16 hours. We blink about 8 times per minute, and the blink duration is 0.3 �seconds. It turns out that we spend 2.4 seconds per minute blinking, 144 seconds per hour, and 2304 seconds per day (not counting sleep, of course), or 38 and a half minutes. In percentage terms, this will be about 4 percent.

    If I counted something wrong-soryan, I've never been friends with mathematics 😀

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