Wilder Penfield concluded that free will is not in the brain — it is an immaterial power of the mind.
What about the multiverse to explain the fine tuning of the laws and constants of physics? It is a solution of sorts, but it comes at a tremendous cost.
Materialists argue that dualism of mind and brain is not possible because of causal closure — by which they mean that all physical effects have physical causes.
Yale’s Steven Novella has been trying to sell his materialist ideology in the guise of neuroscience for more than a decade.
“There are no intellectual seizures, which is odd, given that large regions of the brain are presumed by neuroscientists to serve intellectual thought.”