Comment: Disagree that quantum mechanics is contractictory to objectivism

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Disagree that quantum mechanics is contractictory to objectivism

People like to cite schroedinger's cat or the "fact" that an electron can be in more than one place at one time depending on one's "perspective".

Recent quantum field study shows that the field function of an electron is what causes to "appear" in more than one potential location when a photon interacts with the electron field, i.e. when the electron is "observed".

In other words, does the simultaneity of location of the electron really mean that it's location is "relative"? Or does it mean that really we still don't fully understand all of quantum field theory yet?

Speaking scientifically? The probable answer is the latter.

None of the above is contradictory to objectivism.