Huh, this has been my subject also...

This duality, entanglement, retro-causality, superposition etc. theory, generally, with some exception, follows our common knowledge when we talk about making decisions.

In common knowledge decisions are generally conceived as being free, meaning in the event a decision can turn out one way, or it can turn out another way.

The "Darwinist" conception of decision is mechanical, computational, it can't actually turn out one way or another, it can just turn out the one way given the parameters in the computation. For instance the optimization of reproductive or survival success in game theory. That is simply a computation with a single optimal result, but the Darwinists regard this calculation as choosing.

So now comes hard science of anticipation-theory that uses the concept of decision in a similar way we use it in common knowledge. There are potentials (like chances, possibilities), inhabiting the future, and then a decision is made on the potentials at the same time on the "starting"point, and at the "end"point (creating the instantaneous action at a distance effect), then one timewave goes from the endpoint, and another timewave goes from the startingpoint.

Or something like that....

In any case the point of the theory IMO is free decisions taking place, not just in people's minds, but in all kinds of places.

as discussed previously;

Review of Incursive, Hyperincursive and Anticipatory Systems -

Foundation of Anticipation in Electromagnetism

Daniel M. DUBOIS

http://www.ulg.ac.be/mathgen/CHAOS/AIP/AIP_517_DD_1.pdf

The above paper by an apparently bona-fide awardwinning scientist, has lots of readable parts at the end of it, talking about free will and other things.

regards,

Mohammad Nur Syamsu