Tag: quantum mechanics
Does Superdeterminism Resolve Dilemmas Around Free Will?
The conventional view of nature held by materialists is that all acts are wholly determined by the laws of nature.
Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel Again Desperately Attempts to Avoid a Cosmic Beginning
If the model were plausible, the level of fine-tuning would represent even greater evidence of design than it was intended to avoid by removing the beginning.
Is the Universe Causally Closed?
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.
Contingency Planning in the Cell Affirms Design
When sunlight is adequate, leaves are happy. On some days, though, there can be too much of a good thing.
Trying to Disprove Free Will Shows that Materialism Doesn’t Work
The fact that nature is not predetermined in detail has been shown quite convincingly by the experimental confirmation of Bell’s theorem in quantum mechanics.