posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 12:18 PM
These are the kinds of topics I like the most.
Saying there is free will, we would have to say the physical attributes of something are random. Without randomness no free will, because otherwise
the action before would make the action after happen 100% deterministic.
Electrons are thought of to have some randomness in them.
Now here is one of the thinkings which fits a deterministic world.
* The electron is bound between laws of physics which are action reaction.
* We would have a randomness which work together with those laws.
* Those laws make frames in which the random occurrences can happen.
* If there wouldn’t be frames, then the random occurrences could let everything happen, only that is not the case because they are bound within
* The actions-reactions are possible to know.
* That makes that the outcome of the movement of the electron minus the actions-reactions which we know the part which is random.
* This is already a method to know the effects in a certain moment in time which the randomness makes happen.
* However, because the electrons are bound between those actions-reactions, the randomness would have been different if the actions and reactions
would have been different.
* This already implies that the actions of the so-called “randomness” is directly related to the other actions.
Some would say “but the randomness is apart from the actions-reactions and on a different area, so within those rules it works random, so the frames
don’t make a difference”. The problem is the things which make the randomness happen, react to the laws of nature, so that reaction is also
action-reaction and explainable.