The Free Will Theorem states:
Given the axioms, if the two experimenters in question are free to make choices about what measurements to take, then the results of the measurements cannot be determined by anything previous to the experiments.
This has been a debate in Philosophy for years but I think this is the first clear resolution in favor of free will.
What the theorem is saying is,when an Experimenter makes a choice as to how to measure a particle, this choice can't be determined by anything physical or it would violate Quantum Mechanics. You would have some hidden variable that's a physical super observer.
You can't have this because this physical mechanism would have foreknowledge of what history the particle will be in before a measurement occurs.
This is the first concrete refutation of Determinism and support of Free Will that's irrefutable.
This isn't a duplicate and that's a tactic used by some who can't debate the issue. Please show me where in that other posts where they talked about the Experimenter's choice as it relates to a physical mechanism that determines MIN which is one of the axiom's of the Strong Free Will Theorem and has foreknowledge of the particles history prior to measurement. That thread is talking about Panspsychism I haven't mentioned that.