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Because the present and future associations are similar, a resonance occurs, and Tom might be able to precognize the knowledge that he will be successful in fulfilling the intention.
For example, if Tom were to precognize his arrival only, he could then decide not to take the train and he would confront the intervention paradox.
If a percipient were to precognize an event-causing process (i.