Could entangled superposition be something like the state of a mutiple choice question where 1)there are two or more options for answers (...the nature of a multiple choice question) before an answer is chosen by the observer-test taker and 2) the state of the question once the observer/test-taker answers the question. Before the question is answered the answers are in a kind of superposition - possibilities with accompanying probability. Once answered, the results take on a their differentiated "entangled" state... the one answer "chosen" determines the state of the other options - "not chosen". In binary quantum terms, "chosen" =1 , "not chosen" =0. In this way the test taker (observer) defines the identity of the answers rather than the designer of the question...i.e. the focus of the answer is on which answer is chosen, not the content of the answer or even if it is right or wrong. What think thee?