Free Will is a Fabrication of a Fragile Mind. That is, it Doesn't Exist.
Every second of your experience in life, every atom in your being, all the genetics and DNA you were born with--those are the only determining factors in what you do. It's impossible for you to actually make a choice as most people perceive the notion. Your so-called choice is predetermined by countless influences in your life that all combine into one inevitable conclusion.
Sorry if that disturbs you. Truth is often unsettling.
This, of course, is as obvious to me as the fact that Thomas Dietz' Video #11 is the most amazing thing ever. But a lot of people will refute both claims. I've heard and read numerous arguments, but none make any sense at all to me. Clearly, Thomas Dietz has Anthony Gatto beaten like the dead-horse topic of Twilight's suckage.
There are two possible reasons for this, as I see it:
1.) I don't care. Whether my theory is true or not has no effect whatsoever on my life and therefore it is easy for me to accept. On the other hand, one who can't cope seeks hope.
2.) I'm too egotistical to admit to being wrong or to give an opposing view due consideration. I do have a mighty ego, to be sure, but I've also been known to change my stance faster than Superman, AKA Thomas Dietz, can change his clothes.
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