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  1. We can’t predict human action, we may not ever be able to even in a determined system, since that may not be in the cards for us, or the initial conditions or the total system may be beyond our grasps. That said our random and inexpiable choices and actions could be due to choice if you can not disprove choice and you can not explain why people make choices than wager B is the only one with an up side. Again a philosophical wager not science since none of this is falsifiable.
  2. We are may perceive the past being fixed as being on a fixed path since we know we cannot change the past. This may be a deterministic delusion just as probable as the future is free. As well we have auto pilot system 1 thinking that is very instinctual pre determined, and we may have to engage a higher system 2 thinking to make decision base on free will. Again it is hard to test these against as all automatic system or an adaptive system as part of a determined system, but we seem to think that we make a lot of automatic and more well thought out positions again I would lean on wager B.

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