Bell's inequalities show that we have to give up freedom or local realism. If we give up freedom, we have super-determinism, if we give up local realism, we have free-will.
In super-deterministic theories, why does any particular value manifest from a measurement?
The Copenhagen interpretation of QM says that a particular value is selected at random.
The Many-worlds interpretation of QM says that each possible value occurs in respective closed realities.
If there is not an element of randomness as to which value manifests in our reality, what determines the particular values that the universe decides to show us?
Could it not be that it is a function of the universe to determine our own ideas in the exact way that we would do so if had we free-will. That is, could our thoughts be determined intelligently by the universe in the exact manner that we would think had we free-will, thus making it so that we effectively have free-will even though we don't actually as individuals? Perhaps the universe has free-will in that it conspires to makes individual people act in the exact same way that they would had they free will.
As a secondary question. Doesn't freedom of choice imply mental causation? Doesn't this contradict conservation laws?