In quantum Darwinism and similar theories, pointer states are quantum states that are less perturbed by decoherence than other states, and are the quantum equivalents of the classical states of the system after decoherence has occurred through interaction with the environment.
— Wikipedia on Pointer state
In calculation, if a quantum state is in a superposition, that superposition is a superposition of eigenstates.
However, real superposition does not just includes states that make macroscopic senses.
That is the major mistake of the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics.
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