Schrödinger’s God

In a famous thought experiment, a man suggested putting a tiny Egyptian deity in a box with some radioactive material and a vial of poison. If atoms of the radioactive material decayed, a Geiger counter would cause a hammer to strike and break the vial of poison, killing the tiny Egyptian deity. The man posited that until the state of the tiny Egyptian deity is observed, it exists in a superposition of the states living Egyptian deity and dead Egyptian deity, and only upon observation does the wave form collapse, rendering the tiny Egyptian deity extant (alive) or non-existent (dead).

Therefore, we can conclude either God both does and does not exist or, possibly, that Nietzsche opened the box.