Tuesday Cat Boxing
While everyone hopes that their cat(s) will occasionally be found in the top box, Schrödinger might have a bit of a problem getting a cat into the lower box.
Many cats like boxes
. Some even take trips to exotic locations like Vermont
, and France
because of their love of boxes, but if you try to put a cat in a box, a different set of reflexes moves to the fore.
The absence of blood spatters and claw marks indicates that no one has put a cat in that box. Of course, Heisenberg now becomes important. Just because no one put a cat in the box, doesn't prove that there is no cat in the box. The probability of a cat being in that box is inversely proportional to how much a human wants a cat to be in that box.