This chapter outlines a formal mathematical model that can assist with gathering evidence and testing hypotheses by rendering what takes place in Futures Literacy Laboratories (FLL) more detailed and explicit. The Memory Evolutive Systems (MES) model is a tool for formalizing what happens in FLL. Applying MES to FLL is a way to achieve greater precision in describing the attributes and functioning of the actual experiments as learning processes. The role of the category theoretic model of MES is to describe what happens in collective intelligence knowledge creation (CIKC) processes that use anticipatory systems (AS) and related knowledge creation processes (KCP) – in other words in an FLL. The primary purpose of FLL is to reveal and articulate people’s anticipatory assumptions (AA). A social system can be represented by a social network, that is, a graph in which the network nodes or ‘objects’ are individuals and groups of different kinds, and arrows between the nodes represent relations between network objects.