Synchronousness. The idea that we are always engaged in the same moment and that we are always moving with the same pace.
While it’s clear that you will spend a large amount of time moving with the same pace, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It’s just that we aren’t always moving with that pace. For example, an exercise that was originally designed to get you moving in a linear fashion is now being used as a way to get you moving in an erratic fashion. So, the idea that we are always moving in the same way is actually a good thing.
Synchronousness is when you do something at the same time as someone else. The idea is that we are always moving with the same pace, while at the same time not moving at the same speed. One way that this is done is by doing something in the same place, but in a slightly different place. For example, if you are a runner, you may want to run with your eyes closed and your feet moving (synchronous).
In a time loop, this is a good thing. It allows us to slow down to a slow pace without causing us to start to move faster. A time loop can also be a time-losing device by which time we stop moving and start doing something to avoid a speed-induced slowdown.
When we’re running or being out of the water (not swimming!) in a time loop, we want to be aware that there are fish we want to catch. If we catch fish in the water, we must spend time trying to slow them down or we can’t catch them. So when we are out of the water, we can quickly find a fish that has caught us and don’t care anymore.
Synchronousness is a term that was coined by Tim Ferriss, and describes the idea that we can use our natural ability to synchronize our actions with the environment to help us achieve and maintain our goals. We can get really good at something really quickly, but if we stop moving, we will have an easier time keeping up with the pace of a task.
There are a bunch of people working on algorithms that try to predict and simulate what you do, based on what you do. They do this through things like predicting your next step based on your current one, and using that to predict what you’re going to do next. When a person uses this skill, they are actually doing a lot of the same thing as a computer (and just as importantly, they’re doing it faster).
There seems to be a ton of research going into this. Myself, and many others, have argued that there is an advantage to having a computer simulate your actions in the same state you are in. I think this is a good thing in many situations like, say, driving a car. However, when it comes to tasks that we’re doing in a room, we need to be able to predict our actions before we do them.
Synchronousness is the idea that we should be able to anticipate our actions so we can perform them before we actually do them. A computer should feel as smooth and natural, and as if it were in a room in front of us, as if we were doing the same thing.
The idea of synchrony is that when we’re doing something that’s not our own, we can anticipate what we should do and be more aware of that fact. We can go back and ask ourselves, “What am I doing?” and “What’s my next step?” before actually doing it.