Recently I have read "Beyond The Quantum Paradox" by Lazar Mayants. The author claimed that Schrodinger Cat Paradox can be solved by the following way: "Since the reasoning of conventional quantum mechanic employs probability, it must concern an abstract cat, whereas any cat experiment, even an imaginary one, should be related to a concrete cat. But every concrete cat during the experiment has only one of the two possible values, 'alive' and 'dead', of the property 'state of being', whereas an abstract cat does not exist in reality at all. Therefore, the question concerning the 'state of being' of an abstract 'Schrodinger's Cat', as stated above, is senseless." What do you think?