Today I found myself with this very interesting physical concept that is complicated and easy to understand (like everything in physics), reotrocausality.
The retrocausality, which should go against thermodynamics, indicates that the condensation of reality in an experiment that allows the measurement of a particle (that is, of some of its properties) affects the past of the same.
That is to say, that when we measure, we obtain some data of some experiment, we are modifying the past of the experiment since it is the experimenter who adjusts the own experiment.
It is a property of quantum theory that was not, mathematically, managed to solve but now, observing quantum temporal symmetry makes sense.
This I have to read with more time.