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  1. First, there are already an infinite number of quantum states. Secondly, a quantum state is essentially a mathematical construct that cannot exist on its own, but describes a particular quantum object.

    The possibility of the existence of all fictional things to quantum states, most likely, does not apply at all. But you can speculate.

    What does “made up” mean? It is an image or concept produced by the brain. How exactly does the brain produce something? The question is currently not fully resolved, but it is quite obvious that the brain itself works on the basis of a certain network of neurons and synapses, and those, in turn, obey certain physical and chemical laws. I.e., the brain works within the laws of the Universe.

    Question: can the brain, whose work is based on the physical laws of the universe, in principle produce something that is impossible in this universe? Or to put it another way: can the elementary particles that make up the entire complex quantum-entangled complex, which we call the brain, generate information that is fundamentally impossible to reproduce in the entire Universe, not excluding the brain itself (because it is part of the Universe)?

    Answer: yes, it can. The reason lies in the notion of “computability“. I.e. we can invent anything, but not the fact that our invention can be realized in finite time or with finite resources. I.e., in terms of restrictions in the form of the physical laws of the Universe (take, for its size), a mental model will be non-computable, and therefore impossible.

    Therefore, the answer to the original question (provided it makes sense, which is not obvious) is no.

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