Who ever claimed proof? Its a possible answer. It may not be the right answer but is more than you have. You didn't even say why you think you have Free Will.Originally posted by Rogan Josh
The idea that Quantum mechanics leads to free-will has absolutely no proof what-so-ever.
So why do you think you have Free Will?
Laughing at the question does change the facts that things are uncertain. Which was the point after all since uncertaintity allows for things to not be fixed from the initiation of the Universe.That was why I laughed at Ethel's Feynman diagram comment - I actually have the distinction of having calculated the hardest one-loop Feynman diagram system ever calculated (it took me about 2 years....). So I am sick of the bloody things. (I make a point of saying one-loop since harder two-loop diagrams have now been calculated.)
The origin is easy. We thought of it. Its a human concept. The question is whether there is such a thing. You act as if it is proven to exist.If you look at the particle physics theories which people come up with to explain the universe, they also favour one explanation for multiple effects whenever possible. Of course, I am not saying that God is a scientific explanation, but I do think there are some questions which science will never be able to answer. I think the origins of free-will is one of them.
Just like the old Ether theory of light. Humans thought of it. But is it true?