All outcomes are predictably unpredictable.
There is no such thing as chance, with most things in life predetermined at the outset of infancy. Free will, the so-called author of our choices, presents constraints.
What happens when the amygdala, the brain’s seat of emotions, chooses for us? Instinct overrides self-control. We manufacture great urges in a state of perpetual wonder.
Thinking doesn’t wander freely.
People live in a simulation, where even the slightest guesswork constrains the believer into a particular worldview.
Freedom is artificial. We’re rooted in what’s at stake.