Hi, This is has been bugging me a while in regards to quantum physics and I figure this would be a good place to get an answer. First off I'm no genius so forgive my very basic understanding of QM. I just share an interest in the subject and have garnered the things I do know from DVD's and mainly the work of Amit Goswami. So here's the scenario that gets me... QM is based on the idea of possibility, so say for example there's a room and in this room there is a baseball on the floor. You blind fold 10 people and have them walk into the room. They stand in segregated cubicles so neither person can see each other all they see is the room. Once all the blindfolds are off, you tell each person to point to where the ball is. How come everybody points to the ball in the same place? It surely can't be coincidence that they've all collapsed the same wave particle in the same place or that everybody has 'picked' the same outcome. So what I'm getting at is, where is this possibility that QM talks about, there only ever seems to be one outcome for everyone. If the observer effect does exist, who chooses the possible outcomes? Because this suggests it isn't individual but rather collective. I hope someone can answers this, I may be totally mislead lol, but either way it educates me a little further. Thank you.