Very interesting. But enlighten me on exactly what "synchronicity" means as used in your post. I thought synchronic and synchronized means to happen at exactly the same time... Indicating two-or-more, as opposed to one event/note/sound. A "G" note, "C" note, and an "E" note synchronized are 3 parts of "C" chord. Somehow, I am missing something in the way you are using synchronicity.
I "think" I get the drift but want to be sure, so I'll wait.