A human being applies causality to bend reality to his will.
We can only exercise our will, when most of the manifestations that we observe, show a high level of predictable behavior; these manifestations must be part of a causal system that is extremely reliable in the outcome. We walk, and we expect support with every new step. We remember that it was always possible to walk in this way so far. We see the Sun coming up and going down, and we rely on that, through the hours of the day and the days of the year. There is an endless number of predictable and reliable causalities that allow us to survive in our present environment. We can count on it.
Our environment must be able to react at any time for unforeseen changes, like the act of walking by a human being. All particles or entities within that environment must prepare for the next step within a very short timeframe. The support must be there in time. We can rely on the predictability of such support, only because there is a high frequent causal adjustment of the manifestations of all entities (point particles) involved.
This high frequent renewal cycle to prepare for causality as per natural laws requires a minimal amount of time, and apparently, this is the basics of quantum physics.
The shortest cycle is related to the concept of Planck time and the highest frequency of electromagnetic radiation that we have observed.
The act of walking is an individual and unpredictable free choice on a macrocosmic level. It requires the availability of free energy to exercise this free choice. The causal compensation inevitably will be there as a consequence, but the compounded impact on the environment is massive and complex. It will require numerous iterations of the basic high frequent renewal of conditions of microcosmic causalities to complete.
In the thought experiment, the assumption is that the free energy emerged in the second period of the beginning of the universe. It is the “particle” element in particle/wave duality.
That is a basic assumption of The Dutch Paradigm.