Spotted on Mastodon, by Michael Marshall:
Schrodinger’s cat is now so ubiquitous a reference that it’s often used by people who don’t actually understand it or what it even means.
And you can only tell if they really do understand by waiting to see what they say next about it, to see if that demonstrates any further understanding.
But until that next thing is said, it’s impossible to tell. So they essentially exist in a superposition of both getting and not getting the reference.