Real physicists discussing the "measurement problem" vs "quantum interpretive framework"

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LoginOne being of course the "many worlds" interpretation, which then is manifested directly in string theory.

The alternatives talked about are Boehm, Many Worlds, Spontaneous Collapse & Qbism. I am an Qbist. Boehm involves hidden variables. Many Worlds is path integral, that reality covers every possible alternative simultaneously (what measurement is is taking the sum of the paths). Spontaneous Collapse involves a "domino theory of collapse" so that decoherence happens realistically, without an external observer. Qbism admits that quantum probabilities are Beysian ... you can't treat the probabilities as absolute, but that they are always relative to an observer. Qbism and the other two just interpret the regular Schroedinger equation, only Spontaneous Collapse involves new physical prediction.