At the risk of beating a dead horse, Cramer's Transactional Interpretation of
Quantum Mechanics TIQM, a 4th possible interpetation of QM, requires waves
coming back from the future.
recently he [Cramer] has also argued TIQM to be consistent with the
Afshar experiment, while claiming that the Copenhagen interpretation
and the many-worlds interpretation are not."
 ^ A Farewell to Copenhagen?, by John Cramer. Analog, December 2005.
Feynman used waves coming back from the future to solve his Quantum
Electrodynamics QED, the most experimentally accurate physics theory
extant, which in my mind lends TIQM credence. Such teteological
effects are expanded on for living systems in Terrence Deacon's book
"Incomplete Nature: How Mind Emerged from Matter".
Is evidence of anticipatory effects possibly evidence for TIQM?
I should add that my extension of ordinary superstring theory, and in
particular the properties of the compactified dimensions, provides a
mechanism for TIQM. The conjecture of my extension is that the compact
particles or monads react instantly to the entire universe because of
its exterior to interior mapping, as Brian Greene showed in a 2-D
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