Some wisdom from mordax

The question of whether or not man has ‘free will’ is both unsolvable and largely irrelavent. The question only arises when man has knowledge or supposes that he has knowledge about his destiny, then man may act contrary to his nature simply to prove he is independant.

Without knowledge of the future a man will not make any choices that he would not make.


In a literarlly infinite sample space the probability of any outcome is 1:1 (certain)

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