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Not If Free Will Exists

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 1, 2003 18:57:07 UTC

I agree that all events and truths are more or less probable. But I doubt if they can be predicted. Events can be predicted within certain bounds as discussed elsewhere. We can even put probablistic bounds on truth. Absolute truth is beyond us all, maybe even beyond god since we and maybe a host of else have free will.

Perhaps god can define truth. but for us it is all probability. For example, our estimation of reality ranges from particles to waves to both and everything in between. So it is not likely that F=0 can predict probabilities for reality.

What F=0 predicts is that it's waves only. But we know that that ain't necessarily so ala Feymann's QED.

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