A retro-active programming language

I've been busy developing the SPREAD language. After a lot of tinkering, I'm pretty much done with the semantics. I believe the result can be considered 'kind of weird' but very powerful.

I have a hard time classifying the SPREAD language - may be you can help me classify it? The best classification I've come up with is that SPREAD is 'a retro-active programming language'.

Bold claim: retro-active programming subsumes reactive functional programming, and much more.

Comments are very much appreciated!

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