It runs like this:
- Quantum particles are conscious.
- Human beings are conscious.
- Thus, human beings can be treated like quantum particles.
- No statement of a quantum particle’s position is ever accurate, it it only a probabilistic guess.
- Therefore, no view held by a human being is ever right or wrong. Everyone is correct to some extent.
You don’t even need to marvel at the jump from Statement 4 to Statement 5. The process breaks down at Statement 3 itself. Just because all A is C, and all B is C, does not mean that all B is A.
Incidentally, even Statement 1 is a metaphor and does not imply that an electron has the sort of emergent consciousness that a human being has. If an electron is conscious, than so is a rubber band.