Hello, Im pretty new to Quantum Mechanics and Physics. I know that when something is not being observed it is in a superposition, being in every possible state at once. So lets take an example: Schrodinger's Cat. What decides the state of the cat when we turn and look at it again? Normally it would be back in the state you left it, but what if im the only observer of the cat in the entire universe. Can I decide to myself the cat is dead, and look back and it will be dead? What if I use my mind to imagine the cat, in the same position, dead? The mind seems to produce holographic memory/imaginatory functions, so if I imagine it dead, and see it dead in my mind, that tells the quantum.. quantumness that the cat is dead, right? This is so intriguing and yet so bizzare. So what decides whether the cat is dead or alive?