Free will and scientific determinism
A common definition.
Scientific determinism: since every event in nature has a cause or causes that account for its occurrence, and since human beings exist in nature, human acts and choices are as determined as anything else in the world.
In this definition it is implied there not an Alpha event that started it all.
Otherwise what would be the Pre-Alpha event that caused the Alpha event.
So you can't get an event that isn't the product of a previous event.
Therefore the universe must be infinite for any event to happen.
Hard for me to describe the ramifications of this train of thought.
Looking for insight on what if anything this means for Scientific Determinism.