Human Log #9
Due to how recently humans have gone beyond their own atmosphere and joined the galactic societies, we did not know how to properly house and care for our humans when they arrived. Although this is something we want to avoid in the future, it was a perfect learning opportunity for me. Humans enter a dormant state known as “sleeping” to survive. If they do not enter this state once daily, it can lead to multiple problems. There are a few standards I have observed: Humans require soft materials to nest in, called “blankets”, and cannot sleep in loud or cold environments. Some humans cannot be left alone in poorly lit places due to a condition called “nyctophobia”. I have an update on our human interactions as well. They refuse to tell me what happened in the nutrient storage room, but Human-Jemma and Human-Mila have been showing signs of bonding ever since. The crew and I were afraid that they would not like eachother, so we are excited to see they are cooperating.