From what I understand the future universe is qualitatively no different from the past universe. When someone experiences the present does not necessarily correlate with when another person experiences the present(e.g. stationary individual vs near-light speed traveling individual... for that matter... subquestion: what defines when one of these two individuals will/is experience/ing the present? is it a total unknown as I suspect?). Yet quantum phenomena, seem deterministic if looked after the fact. Say atomic decay, if you've a detector, and you analyze the results. There's a definite yes or no. Other phenomena can be linked to macroscopic objects in such a way that it triggers a macroscopic event. Again after the fact, it is seen as deterministic from our perspective... we couldn't remember what we remember if it were any different. Yet future quantum events are believed to be indeterministic by physicist. So what's the explanation for this. At which point does an event stop being in the future and is considered to be in the past? Especially given that different observers and time measuring apparatus can experience time different, and consider/experience themselves to be in the present at different times.