We can discriminate down to 1/1000th of a second. it’s cell-by-cell – and yes it’s auditory. IF I remember right – been about 3 year since I was making facebook posts on it — the 5ms lower discrimination limit ONLY applies to the _first_ instance. There’s a blurring effect around 4ms and under between “nothing” and “something” But after that, we can discriminate down to 1ms

We can discriminate down to 1/1000th of a second. it’s cell-by-cell – and yes it’s auditory.
IF I remember right – been about 3 year since I was making facebook posts on it — the 5ms lower discrimination limit ONLY applies to the _first_ instance. There’s a blurring effect around 4ms and under between “nothing” and “something”
But after that, we can discriminate down to 1ms
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  • The above graphic applies the FIRST “something from nothing” moment. Everything’s fine and now there’s an auditory “new” thing.

    After this, resolution is down to 1ms. But the first time there’s a bounce – but it’s super fast. Look how correlated the intergration in timing is between those inputs? Every peak in that graph came from a different nerve cell and they’re unimaginably precise even when collected together into a single first peak

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