Your brain can’t contain an infinite list or branching diagram of choices, because it’s finite. I have no idea why you think such a list us the only alternative to omnipotence. You are not omniscient either, so you can only make choices between the limited amount of ideas your brain can come up with. Why shouldn’t an undetermined choice between two things count as free?

I’m not convinced immediate-omniscience is a necessary condition of Free Will, only eventual-omniscience is. As in, the number of choices you’re presented with needs to eventually accumulate to infinity,

..if you live infinitely long, but you don’t. You need to show that the branching reaches infinity in a finite time. (Or you have a finite set of branches which somehow include something that requires omnipotence...?)

Your brain can’t contain an infinite list or branching diagram of choices, because it’s finite. I have no idea why you think such a list us the only alternative to omnipotence. You are not omniscient either, so you can only make choices between the limited amount of ideas your brain can come up with. Why shouldn’t an undetermined choice between two things count as free?

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..if you live infinitely long, but you don’t. You need to show that the branching reaches infinity in a finite time. (Or you have a finite set of branches which somehow include something that requires omnipotence...?)

No.