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here is a thought i had recently let me know what you all think.
Every brain comprehends things at a different time, this perspective allows each of us to view “time” as a relative to our brains own possibility. So; your brain records every moment, in precise but not accurate way, in detail such as, smell, touch, sight, and sound, then plays it back to your conscious mind at a latter point for more decisions. This delay of information is relevant to your interest in the topic and your brain’s natural intellect; as you focus more and or have a higher intellect it is a shorter delay, focus less and or have a lower intellect greater delay. The delay in “time” is never particularly great even at the foremost of the range, yet the race won by the thousandth of a femtosecond is still won. This recorded information has then the opportunity to be stored or to be directly linked to your conscious, all still depending on your brains “CPU” the occasional jump in processing speed is when out subconscious takes control however this can also lead to in-accurate actions.….. Ok its all probably bull crap, but still neat no?