Foresight guidance memeplex

Assuming one deeply internalized the belief that the future can be predicted, one’s free will becomes trivial to disable. The ability to tap into the future may be supported by a fabricated notion of photons traveling backwards, such as in Egan’s short novel “The Hundred-Light-Year Diary”. Moreover, if the future can be predicted in such an intimate way as through a personal diary, guiding action becomes trivial, especially with an ideological scaffolding structure patching out the inconsistencies about spacetime.