Thought-Experiment : Let's just say we have Schrodinger's cat setup, with the radiation apparatus in place we place our cat inside a fully transparent box, so that we could see the cat in it's superposition without opening the box, then we could see if it's alive and dead right? But this is impossible, because if photons are being emitted by the cat, then that means they are absorbing photons as well, and thus the cat can't be in a superposition, due to this interaction. So if this cat were in a superposition, it would be invisible to us, even in a transparent box! Now invisibility may not exactly mean completely unseen. I assume that the cat would appear totally black, like the surface of a black hole. Any reason to think this is a faulty assumption?