One answer is that technically, it isn't known if the cat is an observer
Another answer is that quantum mechanics is truly philosophically
If you think you fully understand the subject, then you may be deluding
yourself. Professor Richard Feinman said something like that.
Thanks for an interesting point of view which your question reflects.
Not really. I mean I have a watch and that sort of thing, but the deep
meaning of time is really quite an abstract thing.
There is more to it than counting pendulum swings or crystal
oscillations or microwave wave passings.
But at least you are asking basic questions.
Some physics discussion center might get you some more interest and
knowledge than here.
Is time conserved? Does it dissipate?
Why do I keep running out of it when there isn't anyplace to fill up
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