Say what? I am fairly certain I only claimed that computability means determinism and that I cannot see any non-deterministic aspect to the universe.Earlier you claimed the opposite. Plus you originally gave the condition, that the universe of your question was not deterministic. You don't get to refute my answer with an argument like, when we can do math better, undeterministic becomes deterministic.
I am going to have to re-read what I wrote.
EDIT: Yeah, I think you are misreading something somewhere. I want to believe in free will but I have no conceptual way to define it. Even the quantum foam video above is totally unsatisfactory because the universe still seems computable despite particles popping in and out of existence for no particular reason at all.
For example, what is this quantum field, whose energy fluctuation generates particles into and out of existence, made of? Is there a pattern to this quantum foam fluctuation? Are the patterns anything like giant cosmic bugs running around on a sea of this quantum foam generating perturbances which result in these particles and us as a result? If the answer is yes, we should be able to computer how many legs these bugs have and the shape of the perturbances.
I beleive in free will, i just don't see it. I don't think anything I wrote suggests otherwise.