You meet someone and there’s an instant connection. You relate and understand each other in a meaningful way from the second you start speaking. You’re so comfortable with one another and you feel like you’ve known them forever. How is this possible when you just met?
Here I go with science again… Retrocausality is primarily a thought experiment in philosophy of science addressing the question: Can the future affect the present, and can the present affect the past?
If the theory is right, then that feeling you get that you’ve known someone forever may be because you do…. in the future. The theory is that you’ve spent a lot of time with that person in the future, and it’s therefor affecting your present perception of that person.
Think back. Did those people you had the instant “It feels like I already know you” feelings with stay in your life for a while? If not in time, did they have a profound impact on you? This isn’t limited to your romantic relationships either. Has this happened with friends or co-workers?
If you took my life as an example, the theory would be inconclusive. Some friends and co-workers turned friends have had to grow on me, but the men who I’ve had these instant connections with, did have a major affect on my life.
So… Could this be the scientific explanation for fate?