I was thinking of the subject today. I remembered back in high school we were able to use the new TI-81 graphing calculators. (sorry if that dates me). One of the cool features was being able to program simple games. One such game was Dice. To get more to the point, one of the functions was asking the computer to display a random number between 1 and 6. Now, I have a few questions as I am unclear whether the original programmer who wrote the original code for the calculator could know, in advance, what number it would choose? If not, does the computer show free will when it chooses 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6? (I'm not talking a concious decision, but merely making a choice between a set of numbers however it comes about). If the original programmer cannot/does not know the outcome, I would say it does display a free will choice. The reason why I ask this question is I'm having trouble with thinking about my brain as merely a bio-computer. I'm having trouble understanding the possibility that someday someone will be able to de-code our brain into some mathematical equation. I'm having trouble trying to fathom how they will ever be able to crack the code of free-will. I can only imagine being able to narrow down the possible set of choices to either A or B. But I don't see how it would be possible to predict which of the 2 will be chosen.