The Laws of Determinism
The Laws of Determinism are as follows:
- With sufficent knowledge, everything is deterministic
- If something does not appear to be deterministic, then you don't know enough about it.
Aside: This does not interfere with free will because you still make your decisions. You can just be predicted.
- "Mom doesn't like mint ice-cream, but she does like Cookies and Cream ice-cream, so I will get her some of that"
- A large number of computer vunerabilities