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Subatomic partical have free will? Options
jim
Posted: Sunday, April 19, 2009 10:25:28 PM

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A recent article in the American Mathematical Society argues that subatomic particles actually have free will. Here is a summary: http://kk.org/ct2/2009/03/particles-have-free-will.php

And the original article: http://www.ams.org/notices/200902/rtx090200226p.pdf
Tracy
Posted: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 9:21:45 AM
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Coincidence.
In recent weeks I'd been thinking about the big bang theory and how after inflation and all that the particles formed nucleii, atoms, then gas clouds, stars, galaxies. I've been thinking alot of "It's like those little guys started building it all knowing what they were doing." Not that I really know anything about the subject, but it makes sense to me.
And what if the Universe expands forever, until it expands into nothing like some theorize? From the particles perspective he would look out into space and say "I'm all that exists." Maybe at that point he decides to become a new Universe.
ThinkIt's all too advanced for me to be thinking about it so much.d'oh!
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