(Sorry if I'm spamming your board with Popular Science speculations, but I just thought this could be an interesting thought experiment).
There are quite a few videos on youtube about Bell's Experiment. This experiment supposedly disproves the hypothesis of local hidden variables. We split entangled photons, measure them separately and while our results look individually random, they are somehow align if we compare them afterwards. This supposed to prove that photon "decided" its orientation at the time of measurement.
This heavily relies on our ability to "surprise" the photon with a random direction we're going to measure it. But what if that photon knew all along in which direction it was going to be measured. Since photons travel at the speed of light, they don't experience time, hence they should know the future, and there shouldn't be a way for us to "surprise" it at all.