Do you march to a different beat?

Great feat of unity or death of individuality? Pay attention to the guy in the last column on the right. [It takes about 4 minutes to watch this, but it’s weirdly mesmerizing – and there is a point.]

How it happens: When a metronome is ticking in sync with the tables movement it’s being assisted, when it’s out of sync it’s being resisted. Give it enough time and they’ll all eventually fall into place and the more that are in sync the stronger the force becomes and it forces the rest to fall into line faster.

Same effect as Millennium Bridge

Psalm 26

Clear my name, God;
I’ve kept an honest shop.
I’ve thrown in my lot with you, God, and
I’m not budging.

2     Examine me, God, from head to foot,
    order your battery of tests.
Make sure I’m fit
    inside and out

3     So I never lose
    sight of your love,
But keep in step with you,
    never missing a beat.

4-5     I don’t hang out with tricksters,
I don’t pal around with thugs;
I hate that pack of gangsters,
I don’t deal with double-dealers.

6-7     I scrub my hands with purest soap,
then join hands with the others in the great circle,
dancing around your altar, God,
Singing God-songs at the top of my lungs,
telling God-stories.

8-10     God, I love living with you;
your house glows with your glory.
When it’s time for spring cleaning,
don’t sweep me out with the quacks and crooks,
Men with bags of dirty tricks,
women with purses stuffed with bribe-money.

11-12     You know I’ve been above board with you;
now be above board with me.
I’m on the level with you, God;
I bless you every chance I get.