Incredible article, “These Newtonian Classical Mechanics have been hard to get beyond in any field of study. But do they really tell us that much about ourselves? Luckily, within the last century, such absolute assertions about our reality have been, to some degree, debunked”.
Debunked in some areas but there is little thought of the mystery of quantum mechanics in everyday life. The uncaused, undetermined part of what it means to be human.
“It is not uncommon, even within a few minutes of meeting a person, to hear a whole list of static descriptions of what they are along the lines of: “I am not good at math” “I’m not a seafood person.” “I’m a Yellow Personality” “I’m more of a touchy-feely person” “I’m am not one who gets into sports.” “I’m not good at writing.” “I’m straight/bi/gay/etc.”” All of these assume, at their base, a world where we truly ARE, at our core, some descriptive something, and finding that out determines our identity”.