Is causality an emergent phenomenon?

Not sure if folks are not commenting because they think I'm full of shit or because more exposition is required...

Assuming the latter:

What I refer to as 'non-causality' is the temporal component that is complementary to spatial non-locality. The former referring to causality of events in time (cause precedes effect), whereas the latter refers to causality in space (the effect of an interaction is spatially "next to" the cause).

If the concept of spacetime holds up within such a non-causal extent, then any treatment of explicit non-locality necessarily implies temporal non-causality.

Does that make more sense?

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@Pat You said to reply only after the poll is complete.

Why does "any treatment of explicit non-locality necessarily implies temporal non-causality"? Space and time are still not perfectly symmetric in relativity.

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