Nov 25, 2018

The human brain has two internal clocks that allow you to see the future, new research says

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Our results suggest at least two different ways in which the brain has evolved to anticipate the future.

Go ahead and add ‘seeing the future’ to the growing list of amazing things your brain can do.

Well, almost, at least. According to new research from the University of California, Berkeley, it turns out that humans have the innate skill to somewhat predict or anticipate some things moments before they actually happen.

The research has suggested that humans have two ‘internal clocks’ in your brain, connected to your cerebellum and the basal ganglia, both of which work together to allow you to make these short-term predictions.

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