The messages sent between neurons look something like a Morse code, but the closer one looks the more mysterious the code becomes. The code is called the neural code and is the holy grail in neuroscience because if this code is cracked, then one could simply intercept the messages and
decode what the brain is seeing, feeling, and thinking. Theories have fallen from grace one after another for over a century. But now researchers may have uncovered that the mystery may come from the way that time is used to represent information in the brain.