Can an electron have a mind of its own?
On the face of it, that is a ridiculous question. What do you mean?
He's probably referring to the inescapably strange results of the double-slit experiment; but I agree, vague question.
No, a mind is composed of cells which are composed of molecules which are composed of atoms which contain electrons.
Depends on what you mean for something to have a mind. I think the OP has a valid argument going for him if an electron can "sense" it's being watched en route to a slit, thus collapsing its wave function.
Nope, it doesn't.
OK, I think we have enough here.
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