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    The center theme in this project is -do we have a free will? Is the fact you are reading this story a decision you arrived at it by your own free… Read More
    The center theme in this project is -do we have a free will? Is the fact you are reading this story a decision you arrived at it by your own free choice, or was your interest programmed into the universe from the moment of the big bang? What makes free will such a fun topic is not only that it dives deep into physics, neuroscience, and philosophy, but also that we all feel we have a direct stake in the answers. From a determinist point of view, if certain causes lead to certain results, then similar causes should always lead to similar results. In a wholly predictable universe, there would be no meaning to choice. Choice would be an illusion, and the path I follow would be the path that inevitably follows from the starting conditions of the universe. Similarly, in a wholly unpredictable universe there would be no meaning to choice for a different reason. For choice implies a ground for making the choice, a sense of pattern, trajectory and intention. If everything is unpredictable, there could be no pattern to give significance to the choice. Read Less
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