Daily Mail 
November 22, 2018
The human brain has two internal ‘clocks’ that predict our immediate future.
That’s according to new research from the University of California , Berkeley, which suggests our neural wiring predicts the forthcoming milliseconds.
One of the ‘clocks’ relies on past experiences, while the other is dependent on rhythm – but both are crucial to how we navigate the world.
These inbuilt clocks allow humans to know when to press the accelerator pedal in a car momentarily before the light goes green and the cognitive timekeeping feature also allows us to know when exactly to start singing the next line of a song.
The internal timepieces were discovered after experts studied the accuracy of anticipatory timing amid people with Parkinson’s disease.
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