I have question that involves quantum tunneling and wave function collapse that occurs when the state of an object is measured. I will try to explain what I mean. We don't know the exact location of an electron in an atom, because it doesn't have a location, it is in its wave form and we can't determine the location of a wave. We can collapse a wave by observing it (measuring the location of an electron) and then determining the location, right? Now, the question is: how can quantum tunneling occur if there is no observer or measurment device to collapse its wave function. How does fission in the Sun occur if no one can collapse the wave function? Is the nucleus just randomly teleporting? Where am I wrong?