In article <email@example.com>, FredJeffries <FredJeffries@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, October 24, 2013 1:29:21 PM UTC-7, David Bernier wrote: > > It seems as though our neurones and synapses do our thinking, and > > the evidence for this is from the neuro-sciences. > > > > Do you think you have a choice when faced with two or more > > options? > > > > (A) Take umbrella when going out. > > (B) Leave umbrella at home when going out. > > > > If you are free to choose between (A) and (B), how does > > the free choice get carried over to your brain cells? > > The notion that the existence of free will may someday be > found to be dependent on the transcendence of the number > pi appeals to me.
Or possibly on the unpredictability of the behavior of electrons? --