This doesn’t break superposition. What it *does* do is force us to throw away some of the _bad_ explanations of superposition that keep floating around far too much. Hopefully this forces a few school textbooks and websites to tighten up their descriptions of superposition. A bad analogy is a bad analogy when you don’t account for where the analogy isn’t good.

This doesn’t break superposition.
What it *does* do is force us to throw away some of the _bad_ explanations of superposition that keep floating around far too much.

Hopefully this forces a few school textbooks and websites to tighten up their descriptions of superposition.

A bad analogy is a bad analogy when you don’t account for where the analogy isn’t good.

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