I would like to get some opinions from those of you who prefer a One-World interpretation of QM (CI,Bohm,Transactional,Relational, etc) about the following: 1) I understand it is already clear that QM puts a limit on our ability to predict the future. But if you believe that the universe is a 4-dimensional space, it seems like macroscopic events in the future should be there, some place in the 4-D manifold and even though we can't predict them, they are determined. This determinacy would be acausal but determinacy nevertheless. 2) The same could be said about events in any other part of the 4-D universe. We could say with certainty that some macroscopic event in the past must have had a unique outcome even though we don't know which of the possible outcomes did actually happen. (maybe we can't get to a conclusion from the available data because this information has been somewhat scrambled). But we can nevertheless say that this past event must have had a unique outcome and if we had the right tools we could find out what it was. 3) We could say that some macroscopic event considered at this instant on the other side of the earth (we can assume to be able to define instantaneity with respect to a frame of reference fixed to the earth) is or is not happening. We will have to wait until electromagnetic waves have a chance to reach us to know the outcome, but we can assume that there is only one outcone. So, in 1) and 2) I am considering time-like events and in 3) I am considering space-like events. It seems to me that the usual realist scientific approach and most philosofies (except perhaps positivism and solipsism?) imply the above statements. If you are a One-world proponent, I would like to get your opinion about the above. Do these statements reflect your thinking? Are they all true or maybe one or two are true but not all three? I think this could initiate an interesting debate. If you know about opinions on this topic explicitly expressed by known physicists it would be useful if you post a reference to the article or book. Thanks.