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In this example, U-239 becomes Np-239 after emission of a beta particle (electron). Because the future is not determined, free will is possible. (At the end of the 19th century before the development of quantum mechanics, philosophers had thought that people's actions were predetermined since the dynamics of everything was predictable using Newton's classical laws.) The microscopic quantum world is so different from the macroscopic classical world that it is difficult for most people to comprehend.

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