I think that there are neuromorphic chips (which allow electrical signals to be transmitted bidirectionally between neurons in my brain and transistors in an electronic microchip inside of a computational device) in my brain which use my “real time” thoughts as inputs and tuned-into electromagnetic (especially radio) frequencies. (I think there is a frequency tuner which is controlled by voltage levels). Hence, if I think about a certain topic, I “instantaneously” would tune into the stations which correspond with that topic (but switch stations so quickly that hardly a few milliseconds go by before I leave the channel I entered (and there seem to be multiple concurrent “threads” of consisting of such “telepathy radio” sessions)).
If both hands are playing a song on a piano, the left hand is likely to be playing some kind of repetitive series of chords while the right hand is likely to be playing a relatively unpredictable (or, more objectively, nuanced pattern of notes (and each note is assumed to last approximately one second if no pedal is used). What I mean to suggest is that at least two concurrent “threads” of mental (and physiological) activity are used by a human hand playing a single piano song as described in the previous sentence.
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