Somebody call the p-o-l-i-c-e, I just killed determinism. Free will is derivable via physics, by a slight modification of Planck time !! Here is the outline of the derivation. 1) Max Planck was almost right, but not quite. Time is not finitely divisible in an absolute sense. Rather, there is a smallest subdivision which is observable, further subdivisions are simply not observable. 2) Anything smaller than this will appear to be nonexistent, but the phenomena is relativistic because it is a mirage caused by extreme differences in relative scales. There is a sub-Planck realm which appears to be nonexistent. 3) Initial conditions of any dynamical process will always have a footprint in this sub-Planck realm. It's unavoidable. 4) Man cannot know these initial conditions, and neither can the universe itself. Those initial conditions are, in part, relatively nonexistent. 5) Therefore, the universe cannot be determined. And, this explains why everything you look at seems to be a mixture of order and disorder.There is no such thing as perfect disorder, nor will you ever see perfect order. Everything in nature is a blend of these. Chaos - everywhere. I know it sounds crazy, but I am seriously wondering if such a thing can be true !!