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My point was to show that whether there is Order or Chaos, that doesn't mean that we have free-will. It could be that things are eternally fixed under some Law or Order; or it could also be things are eternally fixed under Chaos where things happen randomly and people are just acting through randomness (although the mind makes them believe they are in control).
Anyway, this thread is not about whether or not free-will exists. It's about the false assumption that if probability exists that must automatically mean that free-will does.
The idea of free-will is too absolute. Theoretically we probably could predict every human behaviour if we knew every single law of science that exists and every factor involved in every decision. In practice that would be impossible though. That doesn't mean we don't have freedom of choice though, but how can we prove whatever choices we have made weren't influenced or directed by external stimuli?
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Are you insulted by the bible? You're just another lord of darkness, right? "River of life" Sad ones..