The fifth Experiment works with 5A feeding 5B much as the second experiment works with 2A feeding 2B.

Modify 5As experimental set-up by adding a fast microprocessor to the output of D0 (as recorded in R0) that very quickly calculates the probability of each impacting signal particle being part of a wave or particle pattern.

Accomplish this by using the algorithm generated from the experiment 5A data above.

This calculation must have been begun, if not completed, before its associated idler arrives at BS1 or BS2.

This puts us in a position to predict the result of a beam splitter (predict whether a photon will be reflected or transmitted by a beam splitter before that photon reaches that beam splitter; Which is considered impossible but easily explained from a VR perspective.

The alternative (predicted by QM) is that the probability associated with every point on the result screen will be the same and always equal to 0.5.