If you hold a ticking watch to your ear, you will notice that the steady ticking comes in groups of two.
But is it ticking in groups of two? Listen again .
Unless it is an unusual type of watch perhaps you can now distinct groups of three.
So which is it? All the ticks are equally loud: it is the mechanism in your head that divides the beat.
The fact that you can, at will, switch the grouping from 2 to 3 and back again shows that the ticks are all level. MORE!
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