Hello all. I was thinking about the famous cat thought experiment. I was wondering if anyone could explain to me(or point me in the right direction) what the various interpretations of quantum mechanics(copenhagen, many-worlds) say about this thought experiment from the cat's point of view.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

The many-worlds interpretation would seem to me not have any problem. If the measurement shows the cat being alive then, in our universe, it has always been alive and that is what the cat has also perceived. Is this correct?

How do the other interpretations of QM deal with the cat's point of view?

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# Schroedinger's cat from the cat's point of view

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