Quantum superposition states that, the state of any object is actually in all possible states simultaneously, as long as we don't look to check or measure it, which then causes the object to get limited to a single possibility.
According to Feynman, in Young's double slit experiment each photon not only goes through both slits, but simultaneously takes every possible trajectory en route to the target, not just in theory, but in fact.
My confusion, then is--"Then how is information creation and transfer possible without intervention of prior intelligence (with capacity to observe/measure), since it is believed that all life and all diversity in cosmos, even the quantum fluctuations which caused the universe to come into existence arose from randomness?
If it is assumed that some particles get entangled through previous interactions, then, once, all particles were entangled which form the quantum vacuum. And once information is created by fixing a quantum state by resistance (observation/measurement), all particles in the universe catch that information by getting un-superimposed. This means that the "dark matter" of the present universe are leftover "entangled particles/ genetic material", from the previous iteration of the universe ( as described in my other post) which guided the evolution of diversity in the present universe.