Could you expand on what you mean by a “neuronal cycle?” A single action potential or firing event in the brain usually lasts about ~1ms, while different neuronal subtypes can integrate information from anywhere between 1 ms to several minutes. What’s so special about this 10 ms?
10 ms is the time it takes sensory and cortical neurons to integrate afferent sensory signals. I don’t have a link at hand but Dr. Henry Markram showed many years ago that during learning, the interval between postsynaptic spike and presynaptic spike in cortical neurons must be10 ms. In other words, sensory signals that are less than 10 ms apart cannot be processed by the brain.