With that said: Your brain is configured as a dual-CPU, single-master bus design, as shown in Figure 5, This is your brain.
Disagree, while I think that the underlying concept/message is "correct enough", I find this is a dangerous oversimplification. The "fast" portion is something similar to "heavily trained information" where you can achieve a satisfactory result with limited information due to history. However, you can also come to a different conclusion when you do a "double-take" and have had the time to process the rest of the information. I would treat it as the same brain(CPU), and that the amount of information fed into it and processed that is different.
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