reply to post by bigheadjay
Thank you, BigHeadJay, for this thread. Now, we're talking about scientific proof of a "choice" that can alter "timeline" dimensions, right?
Because, there is NO scientific proof for "free" choice, that is something that makes "time" branch off into another reality from the reality of
the opposite of that choice.
Now, the fact that we feel it is "free" and are incapable of understanding the complete complexity of the hard-determined reality of these 4 (which
is all we have proof of) dimensions, makes it seem as though we do, in fact, have free choice. And, the truth is, there is no way for anyone who sees
the world in a "free choice" way to understand "hard-determinism" without understanding physics the way we scientists do. Since they're not
going to do the research, and are incapable of accepting scientific proofs, we hard-determinists are doomed to fail to explain it to them that there
really is only ONE timeline; ONE reality of 4 dimensions.
The 5th dimension (of which science is just now
looking for evidence) is still eluding proof. The string theory is just that, a theory, and
has no real scientific basis. It only has an intuitive basis for a theory. Again, no proof.
You can say that the fact that I chose to use proper spelling and grammar in this message was a choice, but I assure you, it was pre-determined.
Let me put it to you this way. If free choice was real, then there would have been an infinite number of alternate pasts, where, in one of them,
someone would have figured out how to travel to the future (now) and into different dimensions (here), and we would have some kind of contact or
information from them, because they would be scientists, and know how to contact the masses, directly. And, since (in a free-choice model) that
INFINITELY LIKELY scenario never happened, then the past must be completely solid. And, physics PROVES that things that work in one direction of
entropy work in exactly the opposite direction of entropy. So, if the past is solid, so is the future. End of discussion.
Go do some actual science! Go PROVE free-will! The illusion of free-will is just what happens in a 'hard-determined' reality, to help us
understand an infinitely complex physical system and best adapt to the reality we're faced with.
Why can't we PROVE the future? Because we'd have to know the position, spin, energy, and velocity of every single particle in the universe down to
an infinite precision. And, since this is impossible, it is fair to "allow" you believers in "free-will" to believe that, because it just might
be impossible to ever be able to predict the precise future very far, as chaos intervenes (chaos being our inability to accurately predict