Nominolo and I were talking about computations.
I postulated that humans were deplorably single threaded: unable to fork off threads to keep thinking on a certain idea (an idea from Accelerando). Nominolo said that it was obviously wrong because people can chew gum and walk the dog at the same time.
Just in time
Humans do get better at what they keep doing.
Hence, we can conclude that the language in which humans are coded has a Just in time compiler (JIT). The compiler
interprets the instructions at first, but when the same trace is executed several times, the code is compiled and the computation is offloaded to a separate thread.
Not only software
But things are even better. Humans can even change their hardware to become more efficient!
Perhaps that is the direction compilers will be taking soon?