A macroscopic system (such as a cat) may evolve over time into a superposition of classically distinct quantum states (such as “alive” and “dead”).
— Wikipedia on Quantum superposition
The components of a superposition must be indistinguishable states.
A superposition is neither an AND state nor an OR state.
AND or OR are only possible for more than one state.
AND or OR are only possible for at least 2 (distinguishable) states.
The cat is not in a superposition state of “alive” and “dead”.
Instead, it is in a mixed state of “alive” and “dead”.
A mixed state is an OR state (of at least 2 distinguishable states).
— Me@2022-07-03 11:02:24 AM
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