On Free Will. The idea of determinism vs free will is an ancient, yet pointless debate based on a false dilemma. It’s a fallacy. I also think it’s a useless waste of time to debate anything that likely will never have conclusive evidence which can prove or disprove it one way or the other empirically. “Either we have free will or we don’t”, is a false dilemma because of relativity, time and space, cause and effect. It can be both and neither simultaneously. It doesn’t have to be one or the other. Humans have a tendency to think in terms of either/or. This is a logical fallacy because it excludes other choices from consideration. It’s a gross oversimplification of choice itself. I guess one could argue that choice is an either/or determination, a binary decision, even when faced with more than two options, each option has two possible choices, right? Yes or no. But what about maybe. What about relativity and probability? What about sequences of events moving forward through time, causality, cause and effect. Limiting things to yes or no seems unnecessarily limiting. Moreover I think it’s deliberately simplified in an attempt to prove something that can likely never be proven definitively one way or the other. So do we have free will or not? Yes! And No! And yes. And no. And yes…ad infinitum.