When participants solved problems via flashes of genius, there was a burst of gamma band activity 0.3 seconds before they came up with an answer. The researchers believe that this burst in electrical activity signals when the solution enters a person’s consciousness. It represents the “aha!”
You can’t build walls around languages, and you can’t keep them from morphing. Language is like water. The Internet has dissolved all kinds of barriers over recent decades. It’s also ushering in new ways of communicating, including new modes of grammar.