Is there anything in science to say what 'Free Will' actually is? I have been troubled by the concept of 'free will' because it seems to me as though it does not exist at all. The implications of this are enormous. What can we do that cannot be determined as a part of a chain reaction...like basic chemistry? I have no idea why I am curious about this nor do I know when I am next going to fart. Sexuality?.... No choices there...even when we make love (it's intercourse lads) with the opposite sex it's only an act of procreation...something to complete the cycle of cell division and growth...right? Why do we like it? Deep stuff or deep throat...if you get my drift. Bodily functions?....No choice there...when you are hungry or thirsty, breathing, body temperature...what's all that about? Most of the time we just go with the flow...it's when we try to resist the natural urges that we get into trouble. Try holding your breath... (Disclaimer: It's your choice) This state of affairs appears to be uncontrolled and random...with variations at every level. We can't choose what nature gives us because we are an explosion of life and have this in common with every organism, plant and creature on the planet. A tree looks very much like the mushroom cloud from an atomic bomb...there are probably clues in this. Yes...it's fcukin amazing that your mind is just part of the process... My dog has a mind too so we are nothing special. What becomes really disturbing is the realisation that nothing really matters. On that cheerful note I'll go back to sleep....not that I have any choice in the matter.