It sure happened to you that you know something that you put your hand to save a glass before you start moving or you know what to answer a question that has not yet been asked. They look like divinatory arts, but in reality they have to do with the nature of the brain and science has an explanation.
In our brain work two "clocks" that help us make decisions, one is based on rhythm, the other on memories; By uniting the experience of both, we can foresee some simple and almost immediate things.
This is explained by an investigation of the University of Californie Berkley that observed the neural networks of these two systems that work in a differentiated way of the brain and not in the same system that was believed until now.
The findings published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences offer a new theory on how the human brain calculates when to make a move. "These brain systems allow us not only to exist at the moment but also to actively anticipate the future," explains Richard Ivry, a neuroscientist at the University of California at Berkeley.
In fact, it is believed that this same system may be responsible for the known dejavú, because our brain thinks of something a fraction of a second before it happens and, therefore, we believe that we already live it.
It happened to you?