31 Jul '16, 5am

Hackaday Prize Entry: You Have No Free Will

Hackaday Prize Entry: You Have No Free Will

Fascinating research and fascinating arguments. After studying Rousseau, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Locke, Milne, et Al, and cross referencing with SPPS, social constructive theory, Asimov and the folks from the futurist group hacker crack down, 1980’s, the only truth revealed is that we are sheeple. The alien overlords control us. The 1% of the hidden population with agenda tell us what to wear, what to eat, who to vote for etc. Mr. Robot is on the right track! We don’t have free will. But we could make our lives easier. The 600 lb life show is enough to convince anyone who watches it to consider a vegetarian diet. Brought to you by the farmers of America of course! Free will is and always will be a myth. A myth needed to keep political systems operating. Question: if free will is proven false, would every criminal be allowed out of prison? Doubt it. Their fate regardles...

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Hackaday Prize Entry: You Have No Free Will

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