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Can Lionel Messi's brain slow down time passing?

Jafari S & Smith L (2016) Can Lionel Messi's brain slow down time passing?, Chronobiology International, 33 (4), pp. 462-463.

It seems that seeing others in slow-motion by heroes does not belong only to movies. When Lionel Messi plays football, you can hardly see anything from him that other players cannot do. Then why he is not stoppable really? It seems the answer may be that opponents do not have enough time to do what they want; because in Messi’s neural system, time passes slower. In differential equations that model a single neuron, this speed can be generated by multiplying an equal term in all equations. Or maybe interactions between neurons and the structure of neural networks play this role.

Lionel Messi; neurotransmitter; slowing down time passing; synaptic conductance

AuthorsJafari Sajad, Smith Leslie
Publication date2016
Publication date online24/03/2016
PublisherTaylor and Francis
ISSN 0742-0528

Chronobiology International: Volume 33, Issue 4 (2016)

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