One "thing" cannot be in two places at the same time There are alot of people touting that an object in superposition is the same thing as an object being in various locations simoulaneously which mathematiclly is untrue. I think they are confusing the wave function of possible locations (until an object is observed its not techincley "real") instead of the POSSIBLE positions the object could be in. Someone said it before but in the double slit experiment only one mark is left on the backboard even when there is an interferance pattern when firing one photon at a time. There has never been a collapsed particle in two places at the same time from the reasearch Ive done. I just want a conformation that about this. Also in the macro classical world Ive never encountered an object being in two or more places at the same time, my question is why since considering the laws of quantum mechanics applies also to the macro classical world. Can someone shed some light on this.