Hi all, I'm a computer scientist who has been getting an increasing fascination with quantum physics. I admit I am a novice in this respect. I had a question just for my own learning and understanding, not related to a class or anything like that. :) In learning more about superposition and quantum states, I was wondering if someone can explain (in as layman's terms as possible :) ) if it's possible that one of the following is true regarding "superposition": (1) At the moment we observe superposition, the "picture that we take" as evidence of superposition is itself taken too slowly and what we're seeing is actually analogous to an overexposed picture blur of someone moving quickly, i.e. they're really one thing existing in one place, but measured over too long a time it appears that they're in two places at the same time. (2) alternatively, is it possible that these subatomic particles actually just move so fast that they "move faster than time moves" which is really all that superposition is, and that possibly using enough gravity to distort time this could be manipulated enough to slow down the superpositions enough to see discrete positions instead? Thanks for your guidance!