Being able to convey complex ideas in plain language is a sign of intelligence. Yet, in modern science, doing that is not considered a good way of advancing a career. This is because nowadays giving an incomprehensible speech or writing an incomprehensible paper is considered a sign of intelligence, especially when it is accompanied by standard titles we all know how easy they are to get in certain cases.
Precognition, in my opinion, my be due to the probabilistic nature of the human quantum brain. The human brain calculates probabilities about future events constantly, based on available information.
Quite often one can immediately sense the setting up of a straw man argument from the title. This is the case in my opinion with the paper by Christian Wuthrich, “The fate of presentism in modern physics”. Actually, the title should have been “The fate of eternalism in modern physics”.
In Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Joe Salerno provides the following introduction to Fitch’s paradox of knowability: