Implications of Leibniz's Pre-Established Harmony (PEH) on free will and entropy

Leibniz's PEH, in order to be calculable, must have both   
a beginning and and end of time. Obvioously it needs a beginning
to set the initial conditions of the calculation, and an end
or there would be no end to the caculations.

In addition, randomization through entropic dispersion,
if through deterministic collisions or factures, would
not seemn to be possible if theere is a PEH.

In addition, if man has freee wioll, the calculation
has to be run backwards in time in order that
his choice is truly free.


Dr. Roger Clough NIST (ret.) 5/18/2013 
See my Leibniz site at
http://team.academia.edu/RogerClough

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