It has been said that I have not made it clear what I mean by boundaries. So I will try to explain it here. It has been said that at the quantum level boundaries are not clear. First imagine an object. By definition a clear boundary means that every point in the visual field* is part of the object or not part of the object. Therefore, an indefinite boundary means that there are points in the visual field that are part of the object and not part of the object. I repeatedly asked if the indefiniteness of the boundaries was actually there or not. I was told that they are. Therefore, there are points in the visual field that are both part of the object under investigation and not part of the object. * By visual field I mean the area that is being looked at. PS I fail to see how what I just said is such an outrageous speculation.