It has been discovered that the brain, using two "clocks", can make weather forecasts in different parts of this organ.
A study by scientists from the University of California, Berkeley (United States), points out that "there are two different ways in which these brain systems" allow us not only to exist "but also" to actively anticipate the future, "explained a specialist who is Assaf Bresca, who led the study, told the Science Daily.
The rhythm-based system "is sensitive to periodic events, such as speech and music events." On the other hand, "the interval system provides a more general predictive capacity, time-sensitive, even if there is no rhythmic signal."
An example of the first situation would be the movement of the body before the first music track we expect, and the second – illustrating the accelerator pedal, which is a part of a second, before the light changes. .
This discovery provokes the idea that only one brain system meets all the needs of our time, but we have another support. N24