Yes, it is possible for an object to be in two places at the same time. Those familiar with quantum mechanics can not deny this fact. An electron is one such object. And it routinely is in two places at once. This counter-intuitive event can occur in the realm of quantum mechanics — in the world of the very small (such as sub-atomic particles). This does not occur our everyday macro-scopic world of the large. So that is why in our everyday lives, we can not have a person be in two places at the same time.
Michio Kaku, professor of theoretical physics, write in chapter 6 of his book “Parallel Worlds”:
“Modern civilization would collapse, in fact, if electrons were not allowed to be in two places at the same time. (The molecule of our body would also collapse without this bizarre principle. … What keeps two atoms locked in a stable molecule is the fact that electrons can simultaneously be in so many places at the same time that they form an electron “cloud” which binds the atoms together. Thus the reason why molecules are stable and the universe does not disintegrate is that electrons can be many places at the same time.)”