Hey guys, this is my new thread regarding the problem of decoherence combined with the Schrodinger's cat experiment. If somebody has the patience and isn't annoyed (which is perfectly understandable) I hope that I will get an appropriate answer. So basically I've read Lindley's where does the weirdnesss go book and I want to analyze some parts. He said that after decoherence there is still a chance that the two cat states will interfere and if the cat survives that it may spontaneously end up in a superposition of dead and alive again. I understand this part because the interference terms are non zero and that's fine even though it's weird. Then he asks is it possible that something that is alive, let's say anyone of us, ends spontaneously in a superposition of dead and alive. He said that there is a small chance even for that. Now I don't understand this because in the cat case there was a trigger event that caused all of this (decay of the atom) and in ours case there is no such case, while decohering the only thing that is really decohering is the position while all other properties remain stable through time (as I've concluded from previous posts). So how is it theoretically possible for this to happen? Or to ask it better what is happening during everyday decoherence of objects that are already in definite states and theoretically there are no superpositions to destroy, like the cat that was alive before entering the box. I want to conceptualize this better. Thanks in advance.