In every generation there are those that through no effort of their own rise to the top of intelligence and creativity. Then there are those that work like hell to scratch and claw one single brilliant and original thought from their stubborn mind. These are the musings of the latter type.
Where is the boundary between the inertia of our biological processes and our choices of freewill? Does our choosing something change the probabilities of a certain outcome that is inline with our will? Or is the choice itself an illusion created by multiple layers of complex processes that are each simply following the shortest paths of least resistance? Ziv_mobile