Andrew Ducker (andrewducker) wrote,
Andrew Ducker

Free Will

I was intrigued to finally read Conway's Free Will Theorem and am amused to note that he gets all the way through it before deciding that as he feels like he has free will, therefore he has it, and this means that therefore individual particles have free will.  Which has to be one of the biggest examples of _almost_ thinking logically I've ever seen.

In addition:

and a biblical argument against Free Will that I was amused by.

All courtesy of The Old New Thing.

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