wikipedia wrote:Schrödinger's Cat: A cat, along with a flask containing a poison, is placed in a sealed box shielded against environmentally induced quantum decoherence. The flask is shattered, releasing the poison if a Geiger counter detects radiation. Quantum mechanics suggests that after a while the cat is simultaneously alive and dead, in a quantum superposition of coexisting alive and dead states. Yet when we look in the box we expect to see the cat either alive or dead, not a mixture of alive and dead.
Lets assume instead of a cat we have a human. And a person (Bob) places another human (Alice) inside the box and seals the box close. Some time later Charles opens the box and sees Alice dead.
Who should responsible for the murder?