Syn, In all seriousness, the cat thing has me a bit confused. I can't quite grasp the idea that the cat is both alive and dead until it is observed. Does that mean that the state of uncertainty somehow affects the reality of a situation? Does it mean that a persons perception or belief is as "real" as physical reality until the physical reality either proves or disproves the belief?
Taking that concept and applying it to belief in God is understandable. If I'm not mistaken, according to the cat experiment, belief in God could be considered an aspect of quantum theory. The only difference is that observing, or measuring the reality of God would be akin to observing or measuring the effect of something intangible in a way. Like the effect of words or thoughts. While the physical manifestation of talking or thinging could be measured with instruments designed to indicate brain activity or sound waves, the total effect of what is said or thought cannot be measured in that way.
What if I thought I saw a bomb in a crowded subway and whispered to another commuter the word "bomb" which resulted in panic and maybe even death. There may or may not actually be a bomb, but it exists until it's proven that it doesn't. Even after it's proven to be something else, the effect of my belief and word still had similar consequences that an actual bomb could have produced. What then, is the "reality" of the situation? My belief had an actual effect apart from the observable reality that there is no bomb.
I'm not really sure if I expressed myself in an understandable way, but this is definitely an interesting topic.