Looking at technology and its evolution/development is one way of perceiving the simultaneity of things: What exists at the same time in various places, can be obsolete in one and necessary in another. Everything connects, but the evolving steps in technology are only slowly getting globalized. Since we finally had the epiphany, that history is not a singular narrative, but a multitude of storylines, perspectives and shifts, how would it be possible to capture a fraction of our time in an adequate way? When the concept of progress fails where does our need for a narrative driven plot lead us to and can it branch out into the periphery? This question is similar to the idea to describe where our present begins, or ends. Technology evolves so quickly – currently, and over the past 160 years – that it always pushes the present into a state of flux and future, affordable for the one, problematic for the other, but always only in one direction: ahead. Improvements, innovations and recycling of ideas pushes the lifespan of our lives, as well as the boundaries of our bodies in a new a continuous quest of understanding our place in time, space and society. This never ending loop of the not natural, accelerated and technology invested life is also our way to look for a better future, to overcome limitations and boundaries, but is also inevitable.