I have read that the team at Vienna are conducting experiments to test whether even gravity can exhibit quantum superpositions or not. Is anyone tracking their late developments on this? What do the physics community think is going to happen when even gravitational waves are superposed. Will the space-time continuum collapse like Penrose's objective reduction theory predicts or will it strictly follow the rules of quantum mechanics even here? Will QM win again?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Can gravitational waves exhibit quantum superpositions?

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