Schrodinger’s Cat

In 1935 Erwin Schrodinger in an attempt to explain the Copenhagen Interpretation of quantum physics he proposed an experiment where a cat is placed in a box with a sealed vial of poison that will break open at a random time. Since no one knows when or if the poison has been released until the box is opened the cat can be thought of is both alive and dead.

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