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I have been trying to get a general idea of what can collapse the field into a defined reality for awhile now, I see a lot of information but most of it does not address my wonderings on the subject very well. I have wondered if a bug were placed as a detector (bug consciousness, yet consciousness) whether that is enough to collapse the wave to produce a two bar pattern in the double slit experiment and after reading this article, it appears possible, that any kind of measurement will do that. So, what are the implications of that?