> "Do you know about the Free Will Theorem that came from two professors at Princeton University in 2006? To quote from my book, “In it, Professors Simon Kochen and John Conway demonstrated that if particles do not have free will, then neither could people. Conversely, if people do exercise free will, then the same is true of particles. Prof Conway says, "If you really take free will seriously, the universe is full of it." Another way of expressing the meaning of this proof is to say that unless atomic particles themselves have free will, then everything we do and think and say, every single blingle gwingled word I write upon this page, has been an inevitable consequence of the unique and specific arrangement of particles existing immediately after the Big Bang."
May I ask, without changing the subject too much:
Particles or otherwise, I do in a sense agree.
However, what "Big Bang"?
No proof whatsoever!