# I was close. I had it at 4 seconds. That’s how much I counted noticing my own thoughts coming and going, punctuated at six seconds. So if the present moment is 3 seconds, and autistic people tend to process time in a more digital fashion, that would mean the 6 seconds is accurate and I’m using the second set of 3 seconds to process the 1st set of 3 seconds, rather than how I’d viewed it as a 4 seconds on with a second at the start and back. – two 3s apart humps instead of a continuous 4 in the middle with 1s tapers at the ends. But it still amounts to the same length of 6 seconds

I was close. I had it at 4 seconds. That’s how much I counted noticing my own thoughts coming and going, punctuated at six seconds. So if the present moment is 3 seconds, and autistic people tend to process time in a more digital fashion, that would mean the 6 seconds is accurate and I’m using the second set of 3 seconds to process the 1st set of 3 seconds, rather than how I’d viewed it as a 4 seconds on with a second at the start and back. – two 3s apart humps instead of a continuous 4 in the middle with 1s tapers at the ends. But it still amounts to the same length of 6 seconds

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