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I have seen arguments on this forum where observables must be considered as a system consisting of the observer and the observable. These both constitute the wave function. In this sense different observers considering the same observable may experience different outcomes.
Either you or I have been eating too many green apples.  Maybe it is I. I didn't see how your response related to the assertion that wave function collapse might entail systems of observer and observed and that each observer and observed must be taken as a system. Two such systems involving the same observable might obtain different results. I saw this assertion on this forum. I suspect that it is not what is real in nature. But it is a ponder-able possibility if we allow the concept of wave function collapse; which I also suspect is not what is real in nature.