I'm not even sure of what to say about this other than to observe that this is a video of 32 metronomes placed on a flexible surface. Each metronome is turned on, and multiple tempos conflict. But after a couple of minutes of magical adjustment, the metronomes end up perfectly synchronized. Even the unusually defiant red metronome in the far right row, second from the front, ends up giving in at around 2'40''.
This would not happen if the metronomes were placed on a solid surface, because the communication among the metronomes requires a flexible medium.
Flexibility is the name of the game.... in life, in music, and in magical marching metronomes.