The binding of separated neurons firing that give rise to a holistic conscious control is not understood. An extremely convenient explanation is if these neurons were connected as one through quantum entaglement. It seems to solve one of the binding problems quite nicely.
Entire neurons may be being coupled (does not mean only two) according to https://www.news.ucsb.edu/2018/018840/are-we-quantum-computers . That's a pretty high level where consciousness is concerned. It's not just the lower levels that are entangled.
Is it possible that I have 3 coins in my pocket? I actually have 2, so it was not true even though it was rationally possible. You were not given enough information, but would you ever say that it wasn't possible for me to have 3 coins in my pocket?
And what I have been saying for years and years is that I am only arguing for the possibility for free will.
As people come with objections I try to overcome them to only allow the possibility of FW to exist, not to prove that it does.
I am not sure what you are getting at. If my consciousness is a bunch of neurons and the firing of these neurons are not fully determined by the environmental causes, then how is this not a human having the ability to have chosen otherwise, in at least some instances?
One should expect a choice to be made with free will would not be determined. Given the definition I am using for FW, it would seem to allow the choice to be a different one.
Read the "Entangled Neurons" part of https://www.news.ucsb.edu/2018/018840/are-we-quantum-computers