It depends on weither or not there is such thing as 'random' I personally just dont know weither random exists or not. I remember reading an article in 'New Scientist' magazine a while ago about weitherthere is such thing as random events, it was talking about some atoms/particles/quarks (i dont know) spinning, and how some scientists believe that these things spin in random directions therefore, actions based on which way they spin could alter events (butterfly effect) and ipso facto random events. I think that if these do exist then yes you can have events that are not pre determined and therefore free will, but common sense (contradictory to most peoples common sense) tells me that of coarse everything is predetermined, not that there was some cosmic being ages ago who could see into the future, but that everything that is happening (and all my decisions) could not possibly happen differently because everything that happens is determined by what precedes it. Then again some theoretical physicists are telling us that every second an infinate amount of parallel universes are being created with different outcomes and happenings. My commen sense tells me this doesnt make sense, because our universe seems to ordered and consistent to be one of an infinate amount of possibilitys (if that makes sense?). For example with al these other universes imaginesome of them all lead up to this point then have a completely different turn of events, theoretically our universe is just another oneof those, but if it was i wouldnt ever be able to predict anything in the future, because it would be too random. Anyway that was my second post on this site, blabling on about nothing in particular. Anyway i hope you can at least understand what i am trying to say (i have not read anything i have just written and i do not plan on editing it for clarity).