The Requirement of Traveling Backward in Time, the Possibility of Predeterminism, and the Reason Free Will Feels Non-Predetermined

Traveling faster than light allows for an observer to go backward in time, and a wormhole is capable of doing this. Therefore, predeterminism is a real possibility of reality because being able to go back and change oneself in the present or future, allows for an effect to cause its own cause (eg. the observer needs to commit the murder so that they could go back and un-commit the murder etc.). This then requires the absence of free will. It's a necessary paradox but from the point of view of su...


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