What Does it Mean to be Free in a Totally Interconnected Universe? Note: this video follows from my previous video titled “How Much Free Will do You Have?”. I recommend you watch it before this one, as they are best…

What Does it Mean to be Free in a Totally Interconnected Universe? Note: this video follows from my previous video titled “How Much Free Will do You Have?”. I recommend you watch it before this one, as they are best…

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Bell’s Theorem, Determinism, Causality, Non-Locality, Realism, Free Will Axiom Full Script: Introduction: I have been thinking of writing a script covering the topic of free will for a long long time. I don’t remember having mentioned free will explicitly since…

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Who are You in a Deterministic, Materialistic, Reductionistic & Objectively Real World? And the day came when man conceived of a materialistic, deterministic, reductionistic, objectively real clockwork universe made of space, time, energy and matter governed by fixed, unchanging physical…

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Intro to Information Theory: Claude Shannon, Entropy, Redundancy, Data Compression & Bits Script: Summary of Previous Video: In the previous video I discussed several definitions of information and I mainly concentrated on Gregory Bateson’s definition, which describes information as…

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