No. I only pointed out that quantum mechanics could lead to randomness in our decisions.
just because the role of a dice is random, doesnt mean any higher intelligence is controlling it.
And at some point in the future we may actually find out, that quantum mechanics are not random, they just follow a pattern/rule we dont see/know right now.
But to see this as free will is kinda far fetched, you still have no soul, and you will still be dead if your brain activity stops.
You are pretending I made the wrong conclusions to support your side, I clearly said quantum mechanics add to the "pseudo-spiritual" world of ours through randomness, not through creating an actual spiritual entity. To imply I made that conclusion is intellectually dishonest of you, again.
Once again, it is my belief that the reality of our thoughts, caused by the physical neurons, is so advanced and incomprehensibly nuanced that it may as well be spiritual. Most of the tenets and ideologies we base off of free-will would remain even if we uncovered the most basic workings of our brain, in my opinion.
You are again denying that free-will can have a physical basis. It is your choice to define it as having to be supernatural, not mine, or most other people's.
BTW, the quantum bit I said is minor and I only brought it up in passing. So don't get all ready to ejaculate because you think you're gonna "GET ME" with it. Obviously you guys haven't and can't respond to the core logical premises of my side so you resort to gut attacks of a single fringe thing I said.