THE LAWS OF PHYSICS"as if that is the holy grail of ultimate knowledge. Bullshyte, and science will be first to admit it. The "laws" of physics are in constant flux; they're not a just a constant. Just two hundred years ago, [the age of climate science, at best, by the way - so goes Green New Deal] the laws of physics said Earth was central to the universe. All the evidence pointed to that. Two hundred years. A blink.
What in earth is this ridiculous drivel? You’ve just sailed off onto a silly tangent.
We’re talking about Occams Razor. In this respect, you have to assume there is some part of your brain that exists outside the laws of physics.
Laws of physics as in the physical principles in which physical things interact - which definitely appear to exist - rather than the physical laws and theories that humans have created to describe them.
That’s still true; and nothing you said challenges that characterization. Meaning that free will still fails Occam’s razor
That being said, the “laws” as written by humans are not actually flux at all - that’s what makes them laws. I mean, the laws of thermodynamics, motion, electromagnetism, gravity, etc - are still as true now as they were when they were written. We have additional laws, and broader understanding- but it’s not like chemistry suddenly works differently than it did yesterday.
Worse still it misses the point: we measure our brain as physical, our understanding of it, is that it is governed by electrochemical reactions - we may not have all the understanding of how it works, or the laws it follows; but it requires no assumption to presume a physical thing follows physical laws - no matter how much you want it to. That’s my point ; that you ignored.
So don't give me your "laws" of physics. They're as changeable as probability, and you admitted that probability is/is not in play. Make up your mind.
No they’re not lol. When’s the last time you floated off the earth because the law of gravity changes: or computers stopped working because laws of quantum tunneling shifted. This is petulant nonsense.
If you paid attention, they key point between quantum and non-quantum determinism is that in one case you have no real choice, but the outcome is not fixed if the exact same state was repeated, and in the other you have no real choice, but the outcome remains unchanged if the same state was repeated.
Even with QT; the brain is probably large enough that quantum effects are not sufficient to change choice.
But free will has been what it is for thousands of years.
Your confusing what determinism is again lol.
Free will, could simply be an illusion caused by our brains being matter obeying physical rules; and it would be unchanged for thousands of years - too.
It seems that your only argument is continually pretending determinism is something it isn’t.