Temporal Frames

[1, p143] Temporal frames are likely to be determined by long distance loops and local nested frames for the finde details of of frame. Maximal time frame duration (T) produce by distance (D) and delay between neurons (conduction velocity, synaptic delays, synaptic rise times) (V) and a sufficient number of synchronous neurons (N) a temporal tag or “trace” - T=D*V*N.
Nested local loop frame durations are defiend by the same variables but at a higher frequencies and with iterations (I) that sum to an average of a sufficient number to reach a threshold necessary to produce LTP.
All loops are cordinated by the thalamus. Amygdala and hippocampus are higher order Hubs which provide an emotional or experiential label to each time frame.