The brain can predict the future using time and rhythm

Research scientists from the state University at Berkeley (USA, California) described how the human brain predicts the future by means of time and rhythm. In addition, the Central nervous system uses memories and experience the pleasure of music.

Co-author of scientific work Breska Assaf said that the brain is able to anticipate future events through neural networks that are divided among themselves into parts depending on the tasks. In the new study, American experts were partially studied strong in prognostic terms, the parties involved in a scientific experiment of people affected by cerebellar degeneration and Parkinson’s disease. As the experts found out, in the body of the subjects there was some “timers” whose work it was decided to test in practice by means of special tests to find out how well the volunteers were able to use their own signals to focus on certain objects.

During testing investigational watched the sequence white, green and red geometric shapes. At some point, respondents had to click on the button when they see scientists given object. According to the study, the brain is involved in the experiment, people could have foreseen the appearance of the desired object on the projection screen. Experts have found that it was possible through the use of the Central nervous system of interval and rhythmic ways. The first of them is typical for natural events, the other for periodic.