Experiments indicate that we are entangled in time.
Quantum particles can instantly influence each other regardless of how far apart they are. This is called “entanglement“. The non-locality of quantum mechanics, as manifested by entanglement, does not apply only to particles with spatial separation, but also with temporal separation.
Dr. Eisenburg of Hebrew University in Jerusalem has experimentally demonstrated that quantum particles not only entangle in “space”, but also in “time”. That is, entangling pairs of particles that never even coexisted. Another way of saying it is: the future, that which is not yet born, is strongly influenced by that which no longer exists.