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46 Post author: Eliezer_Yudkowsky 17 March 2008 01:59AM

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Comment author: Frank_Hirsch 17 March 2008 10:10:28AM 2 points [-]

Nominull: I believe Eliezer would rather be called Eliezer...

Ian C.: We observe a lack of predictability at the quantum level. Do quarks have a free will? (Yup a shameless rip-off of Dougs argument, tee-hee! =) Btw. I don't think you can name any observations that strongly indicate (much less prove, which is essentially impossible anyway) that people have any kind of "free will" that contradicts causality-plus-randomness at the physical level.

Comment author: RomanDavis 01 June 2010 11:28:43PM 2 points [-]

How about, Eliezer-sensei?