Let's consider a hypothetical situation where there are two electrons. The first electron is in superposition, simultaneously existing in two different locations. Let the locations be
B. The other electron is in superposition, simultaneously existing in locations
If the first electron exists in location
A and the second electron exists in location
C both these electrons are close enough to interact with each other, which gives a resultant outcome. But if the first electron was to exist at location
B and the second electron was to exist at the location
D they don't interact with each other. For the other two possibilities, the electrons don't interact with each other.
So if this was the case, wouldn't we have two possible outcomes? The first outcome where the electrons interact with each other and the second out come where the electrons didn't interact with each other.
Let the first outcome occur. This influences the environment in one way. If the second outcome occurs, it influences the environment another way. So we have two states for the environment:
A change occurs in the environment as a result of the two electrons interacting.
The change that occurs to the environment when both the electrons don't interact.
Now, we have two alternating environments rather than alternating electron positions. As time goes, won't this slowly lead to the existence of two possible states of the universe coexisting? So when this happens, does it mean that I am posting this question and at the same time not posting this question here? How can this be resolved?