Truth be told, this wasn’t actually Schrodinger’s concept. He was using the cat in the box to actually demonstrate what he viewed as a major flaw in the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics. So really the superposition of multiple outcomes comes from that, not Erwin Schrodinger. He just popularized a visual representation of the concept in the most roundabout and hilarious way.

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