Okay, I will preface this by saying that I have no formal education in physics. I am just a regular man with an active mind and healthy dose of curiosity. There may be some errors in my terminology, but hopefully you'll get what I am saying. Heck, maybe this is already a well known hypothesis. Now, as I understand it, by adding together all possible wavelengths of myself, we can find my most probable state. Further, until I am observed, according to quantum theory, I am in a state of superposition. Now, since I am a sentient being, I am continually being observed by myself. This would seem to account for the collapse of the wavefuntion into one, definite, state. Now, here is where my own thinking comes in. I require a certain amount of time to observe my surroundings, process the data, and then consciously become aware of what I have observed, much more time than the instants that Time itself may be divided into. This means that there are MANY iotas of Time in which myself, and, indeed, my entire surrounding environment, go unobserved (considering this, has anything ever, truly, been observed?), even as it and I are acted upon by macroscopic forces. Wouldn't this put me back into a state of superposition? The objection that immediately comes to my mind, is that we, collectively, never see macroscopic objects changing states. However, if an object were to change states, it would most likely change to the next most probable state. And I'd wager that we would not notice the change. This is compounded by the fact that we live such pathetically short lives. What are the odds of any member of the human race seeing an object change to say, its' 17th most likely state? It makes a great deal of sense to me, especially when using my own body as an example. Since I observe myself ;and thus cause my wavefuntion to collapse very frequently; the numbers are never allowed to play out very far, keeping the probability of me winding up in a noticeably different state negligible. To be clear, I am saying that we, and everything around us, very likely DO change states, but the changes are so small, we simply do not notice. I would appreciate your comments or corrections.