Just bear with the premise and suspend your disbelief for a moment for the purpose of a thought experiment. Consider, hypothetically, the future could be seen in the present; it's not fiction but a fact. But there are some extenuating conditions: first, one cannot know the entire future or when an event will take place. Consider a movie reel, and only certain frames are seen in linear time. The 'when' and 'who' prediction aspect is not the crux of this inquiry or how to abate or change the future. It's just the premise that the future in the present can be accessed, period. Please explain how this could possibly be or could be ( on the premise it were true), based on current understanding of physics, general relativity, linear time and even theoretical science. All speculations or possible explanations are welcome (except, again, that it cannot be).