Temporal and
Spatial Standards

he development of context is sensual The classification of two types of sensual data is perceptual. The first two percepts formed are self-generated external and simple external data.

A deeper meaning of the distinction between the two types is necessary.

Identifying the difference depends on the contextual development of a sense of statistical probability. For this, standards of time and space are required.

    The heartbeat is the brains hardware clock which becomes the standard by which input is temporally measured.
    External inputs per heartbeat (rate of input) is a form of contextual data stored in the brain. A sense of spatial displacement and position (where an arm or leg or hand is in space relative to default positions) also forms a context which can be used in the discrimination of self-generated and simple external inputs.
These two contexts form the basis for estimating the probability that an arm movement (spatial input) is logically correlated with a given external input (the sense of fluid passing over the arm, etc.). The coincidence or non-coincidence of both inputs becomes a new distinction in the types of input. i.e. double inputs which are coincidental on a regular basis (position change of arm-input #1: fluid flow over arm-input #2).

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