Different modes of conduction at the inter-synaptic (inter-nodal) area. The system properties that produce internal sensations are more likely to occur at the level of interactions of its subsystems and unlikely to depend on the details of operation within the subsystems. Due to the continuous interruption of the conduction at the synapses (nodes) with a synaptic delay of 1 to 2 milliseconds, the mechanism of conduction along the inter-synaptic (inter-nodal) length is unlikely to influence the emerging systems properties. A. Anterograde (forward) nerve conduction by continuous depolarization and repolarization of membrane potentials. B. Myelinated fibers induce large jumps in the above mode of transmission, called saltatory nerve conduction. C. Electrical conduction through circuits with an artificially introduced delay of 1 to 2 milliseconds at the junctions (nodes).