Observation causes a continuous propagation of wave-functions.
An experience equals having propagated a wave-function. The propagation of a previous wave-function, equals a correspondence with the event.
A question from person A asks a person to propagate a memory of experience x:
"Did x happen?"
If x did, or didn't happen depends on if x was propagated by the observer in a past experience.
x's validity = past propagation
If person A asks person B what happened and they have not observed what happened to B, validity of x increases in uncertainty.
Observation = Increase in certainty.
Will x happen?
1. Personal -- An event will happen depending on the ability of the person to do and choice to do x.
2. Non-personal -- An event will happen according to physical laws of the interacting systems.
Not doing x:
The entropy/collapse of a wave-function equals intensity of aversion as a ratio to pleasure of the wave function.
The decreased entropy/propagation of wave-function equals to intensity of pleasure in ratio to the aversion to to the wave function.