You should not apply a single-particle wavefunction to Schrodinger’s cat. Instead, you should either use classical physics or use a wavefunction for all the particles of the cat.
— Me@2013-01-23 10:25:00 AM
The uncertainty in Schrodinger’s cat’s life or death problem is classical uncertainty, not quantum uncertainty. For an observer outside the box, the cat is in a mixed state, not just a superposition of quantum eigenstates. The probability in a mixed state is classical, not quantum.
— Me@2013-01-27 09:59:13 AM
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