At this moment, it is a little tedious to create that type of event simulation and, for that reason, I do not have done it yet even though I need to create a lot of events for a specific Thought. Let me explain.
This is the case: from now on, I have to take a medicine for the rest of the year (and more) every two weeks. If Thebrain had already implemented the "repeat event" command, I would have added 20 or more events —at one stroke— to the existing thought "Personal Health". Currently, that Thought has already many events, most of them old events and some of them future events. However, if I added those 20 recurrent events to the existing "Personal Health", I would be unable to see "today events" for "Personal Health" unless I manually scroll down to "today" every time I click on "Personal Health" Thought (that would be a little annoying).
Note: I am always refering to the right panel, not to the timeline at the bottom of TheBrain. I think that this right panel where you can see the list of events for a particular Thought is a kind of "vertical timeline" for every Thought. For that 'vertical timeline', it would be useful to have a "scroll now" button and, even better yet, that the default position were 'now' and not "the last future" event.
I do not know if I was able to explain myself without an image. I owe you a screenshot but I promise to send you one when the "repeat command" is implemented