Does the electron "teleport"? Let say there's an electron gun in the box as if Schrodinger Cat experiment. The electron is in position A. Since electron behave like wave in this box, the electron can be in any position after the box is close. I don't think that the electron will interact with any particle in the box, because if it do, the wave function will collaspe. Now, the electron is observed and we know that the electron is in position B. But, does the electron travel from position A to position B? Or it just simply teleport to the position ?