Doom loops are a mutually negative feedback loops between learning loops.

They occur when one learning loop sees a negative result that its beliefs anticipated which further advises doubling down as the feedback, while a separate learning loop sees a similarly negative outcome with the same conclusion. A good example is taking things away from a dog that has cause to believe that it needs to defence what it has. Opposite of a delight loop’s positive reinforcement.


  • Beliefs create a shared world 0G5E3.