Wasn't sure where to put this. I was thinking the off topic thread but thought with the right posters this might be interesting (or it might be shot down immediately)
Does this make sense
I was just thinking about the arguments against free will, which I understand, but then this thought hit me. If molecules at a subatomic level break what we think of as the laws of physics would that mean that we on a larger scale are not as confined to them in the way we interpret. And if the impossible is possible wouldn't that mean there are no limits. There for opening a window for Free Will to fit in?
Edit: vvv This was the first paragraph, but its mostly more rambling vvv
In Quantum Mechanics, and the study of subatomic particles atoms (as I will call them as I don't know how else to refer to them) don't behave in ways we expect things to on a larger scale. For example atoms can pass through solid objects and (theoretically) move around in time. Now thats all above my science IQ, and I'd have to search for that particular example, but thats not what I want to talk about. If what we do observe now is what is actually happening does it make free will possible?