But did I not say that already? In fact, you took long enough time to reply that but only to repeat my own post.
I was obviously replying to an earlier post, on a separate page.
You say my world is void of logic – well, if we live in a meaningless world then why should you care if my world is void of logic let alone piss you off? In fact, I myself could care less what kind of world I live in given your premise.
Because the intuition that life has meaning is so deeply ingrained in us that we don't live our lives in a nihilistic fashion.
But anyway, since you are the epitome of logic, where do you see logic in the highlighted post of yours?
There is no logic in it. I'm an extremely logical person, but I'm not a robot. I can recognise that free will is an illusion and still not be conscious of that fact for most of the day. I don't walk around constantly thinking, "I have no free will!"
As above, the idea that we consciously author our actions is such a strong intuition that we feel as though it's true, even when we know that it is false.
More importantly, why should anyone subscribe to a model that doesn’t make any sense half the time?
When doesn't it make sense?
That doesn’t explain why we do things and feel things when we are not responsible for them in the first place. If determinism is the true reality then all other things should remain explained as I see it and as it should be. If it doesn’t then the concept is either flawed or not true at all.
I'm not following your reasoning here.
Finally, what caused the Big Bang?
Ask a physicist.