What we think of as time can be seen in an abstract form of a torus. Where the 'now' is at the top, (if the torus was upright like the tire on a car) and the future in front going around the torus to the bottom where it runs into the past. This is not to say that time loops or repeats, it's just an model of how to think about these specific mysteries in quantum physics. Therefore, when a photon goes through the slit and is observed, be it in the interference pattern on the wall or in non interference pattern - when the observation is made, the information travels into the future and resolves with all the other information in the future and continues until it goes around the torus and eventually comes into the past and back to the present moment, while at the same time 'resolving' with other information from the past, up to the present moment. In this way, the outcome is already resolved with the future and the past and the outcome conforms with both. It may be that the changes in the 'now' also makes changes in the future and maybe even changes the past or that it doesn't make changes and it just resolves to be in sync with what the future and the past requires of it. This model can work for the double slit mystery and for entangled particles, including where future actions may influence past events as predicted by physicist Asher Peres in 2000 and realized in a paper reporting the experiment published online April 22 in the journal Nature Physics, led by Xiao-song Ma of the Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information at the University of Vienna.