While Dr. Greene was discussing his definitions of choice, and where free will may or may not exist, I could only think of Lao Tzu. In Lao Tzu's teachings of Taoism there are two "ways." Our way which is imperfect implementation of life and The Way of the divine. It seems to fit quite well in this discussion of choice, Free Will, and their relevance within string theory. I can't fully explain this idea at the moment, I star work in 15 minutes, but I chose to post this in its incomplete form for future discussion.
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