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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I'm a bit confused now i understand that when one observes a particle for example @ Eigenstate A all its superpositions collapse because they are entangled with A which leaves them no longer entangled. My dilemma and maybe you can help me, is that If you observe a complex structure of sub atomic particles @ Eigenstate A. which of course is bound together by strong force , its superpositions collapse because those particles are entangled to A/ leaving them no longer entangled to any eigenstate or superposition! Heres the problem i have

if strong force was functioning on those complex structures of sub atomic particles in eigenstate A prior to observation and wave function collapse why would strong force just stop function after wave function collapse... shouldn't those particles remain bound by such after observation and WFC. any thoughts on such would be appreciated

if strong force was functioning on those complex structures of sub atomic particles in eigenstate A prior to observation and wave function collapse why would strong force just stop function after wave function collapse... shouldn't those particles remain bound by such after observation and WFC. any thoughts on such would be appreciated