This study suggests that "two different ways" where these brain systems "allow us not to exist, but also" envisages the future in operation. "
Scientists at the University of California in Berkeley (United States) have discovered that the brain uses two clocks; to make seasonal predictions found in different parts of that organ.
This study suggests that "two different ways" where these brain systems "allow us not to exist", but also "predict the future," explained the expert who has led this research, Assaf Breska, and reports Daily Science Gateway.
So, one of these internal mechanisms is based on past experiences and have to connect to the crescent, while the other depends on the rhythm and linked to & # 39 ; r basic ganglia.
The rhythm-based system "is sensitive to periodic events, such as what is common to speech and music."
On the other hand, "the break system provides a more general predictive ability, which is sensitive to periodic regularity even in the absence of rhythmic signal".
An example of the first situation would be to move the body before the first note of the music we expect, while the second would be shown by pressing the accelerator pedal a fraction of a second before & # 39; change light. .
These findings would challenge the idea that each brain system covers all seasonal needs and it would suggest that, if one of the # & # 39 ; pneumatic clocks & # 39; That fails, the other could take over their tasks.