Thanks for your reply.
It has nothing to do with levity or seriousness. Or of a need to be po-faced.. Could you please say precisely what it is about the inquiry that makes it serious?
You persuaded me to drop any light-heartedness or humour as it was not helping our communication
Did you notice what it was, in those cases, that I was challenging you about? If so could you please tell me what the issue really was, precisely?
Apart from mentioning the laws of physics you still haven't addressed the questions.. Describe decision, intention, free will, choice and control. What makes things happen?
please describe these things and how each works, from direct experience
Although there is an illusion of choice and control, in reality, things just happen.
Choices are made, a chain of events takes place, based on the laws of physics, including an element of randomness and unpredictability.
At this point please give examples from life, (today preferably) that demonstrate or reveal how (each of) decision, intention, free will, choice and control happen?
Also, how is it known, from direct experience that anything happens "based in the laws of physics?".