In the course of my physics analysis for my PhD, I have come across something very interesting. In particular, I have proved – proved, I say! – the existence of free will.
In particular, when I run my perfectly deterministic program three times, same computer architecture, same inputs, I will get two different answers. Free-willed computers!
Unfortunately this tends to cause some difficulty for getting my PhD in physics, because who knows which answer is the right one? But clearly it would be a great advance for philosophy.