Roger Penrose made a remark in “The Emperor’s New Mind” that supports Fred Hoyle’s intuitive anticipation of Yakir Aharonov’s mathematics of the back-from-the-future “destiny vector”, limited though it is to signal locality.
“Suppose there is even something vaguely teleological about the effects of consciousness, so that a future impression might affect a past action.”
This is “signal nonlocality” in strong violation of quantum theory, but not of the more general post-quantum theory that seems to be the essential signature of living matter as distinguished from the dead particle beams of unitary S-Matrix theory that Gerardus ‘t Hooft bases his theory of reality on. Einstein said to make theoretical physics as simple as possible, but not simpler than is possible.
 Oxford, Penguin 1989 p. 444