i have come to the conclusion that the psychological present is not an instant. It is not a point in time. Our brains work in a certain way that lets us see more than one instant at a time. This can be proven. Take a pencil, and whip it back and forth. You will see multiple pencils. Why is this? Well, your brain processes information so that you see the world in a certain time span. So you will see the pencil in different positions at the "same" time. Now, with practice, you can manipulate your way of thinkisng so that you can shrink the time span of your conciousness and see only one pencil. Sort of a "keep your eye on the ball" type of thinking. Its sort of like this. Spatially, we take up volume, we aren't just a point in space. So why can't we also take up a length in time? It makes perfect sense that we take up "space" in all 4 dimensions(maybe more dimensions, who knows?) Now, some people may have really large bursts of conciousness time-spans. This would allow for precognition, or retrocognition. I just wanted to see what you guys think about this.