Through the Fabric of Space
An experiment in the late 1970's helped bolster revolutionary views of Einstein's principal theories in physics by examining the path of a photon through a double-slit apparatus. According to Einstein, light exists as both a wave and particle at the same moment in time. In 1978, John Wheeler set out to determine the state of a photon during an observation process, be it a wave or a particle, influenced by human thought. The basic idea is that if an observer knows which slit the photon would travel through, predicting its path, it remains in the particle state.
If an observer was unaware of the possible outcome, the photon would turn enter a wave state, capable of affecting its own path. Wheeler proved in these thought experiments a strange property of physics whereby light is seemingly capable of affecting itself in the past, from a future state. Further studies by colleagues after Wheeler's demonstrations eventually confirmed his findings. In theory these delayed choice experiments reaffirm particles can exist in two states at once which can be influenced through observation. The idea also purposes an enhanced capability of human subconscious or an altered state of which it can exist. A specific distraction to our consciousness allows the subconscious to act through itself without preconceived influence or notion, thus allowing subconscious to manifest its own acceptable realities.
Sounds quite complicated really. What it seems to indicate is the human mind may very well be capable of influencing past realities simply by the nature of its mechanism. Quantum physics suggests the past, present and future all coexist, and that affecting any state of time will equally affect the others. Humans know premeditated choices of the present can change the future, changing the past incidentally once the chosen future has passed. What's yet to be proven by physics is whether or not we are capable of modifying past events from the present state even though theory suggests it to be true. Perhaps it requires a long series of micro adjustments to build one larger past observed by all conscious histories - If enough people believe, will it happen?