Finally, he leaned in and rested his elbows on the table, his demeanour markedly pastoral, and began speaking about the transfiguration and the nature of Christ. Jesus, he reminded me, was both fully human and fully God. What was interesting, he said, was that science had actually verified the potential for matter to have two distinct natures. Superposition, a principle in quantum theory, suggests that an object can be in two places at one time. A photon could be a particle, and it could also be a wave. It could have two natures. “When Jesus tells us that if we have faith nothing will be impossible for us, I think he means that literally.”
So, just to add a thing regarding this bit: one of the very important assertions in quantum theory is that you can't have an instance that will simultaneously show that a photon (or any other particle for that matter) exhibit both corpuscular and wave properties. It's an 'exclusive or' (XOR) kind of deal. Perhaps I'm missing a point of the analogy, but in this case it should have been "Christ's nature was both fully human and fully divine until he has done something that fitted either of those natures".
I know, pedantic to the extreme. Sorry, I'm just kinda tired of the topic itself and my nature of a killjoy is the one you can observe. :P