Zenarchy [J.R.Molloy@shasta.com] wrote:
>Penrose and his pals theorize that the uncertainty principle has some
>connection to what some call /free will/... and since free will can't exist
>unless indeterminability exists, then human free will depends on this
>uncertainty which occurs (or obtains) at the level of physics where quantum
>effects make a difference.
Why does free will require indeterminability? As far as I'm concerned, it only requires that *I* can't determine my future actions, and it's quite clear that no deterministic computer can accurately determine its future actions because it quickly hits the infinite regress of trying to model itself. That another, larger, computer could accurately model it and predict its future actions is irrelevant.