I've been calling this 'the Goose Room'. It's very quiet, peaceful, except for the song of the land birds and the cries of the shore birds and the sqwawk of the sea birds, and except for when a train thunders by just at the bottom of the garden, and there is no way I am ever going to complain about THAT kind of noise.
This is a very good spot for creative thinking, and just for dreaming.
According to the famous mathematical thought experiment, Schroedinger's cat is neither dead nor alive. So it's a cool concept if you don't like being locked into binaries. Not so good if you don't like being locked into a lethal booby-trapped box. And from the cat's point of view, there is no ambiguity at all.