I am interested in how scientists and philosophers interpret the world we live in today, as I interpret the world as an artist. One of The Interpretation Of Quantum Mechanics is the Many Worlds one - this is one of the most beautiful and favorite things of mine to read about since I absolutely understand none of it. Like Narnia for adults. I love the idea of a schizophrenic universe. To quote something I read at random on the internet: "When a universe "splits" (it doesn't really - it just looks like it has, but that's a long story), and assuming you accept consciousness as an emergent phenomena of the physical brain, then your consciousness splits too. And as events in the two universes drift apart, so do the copies of the consciousness."
Here is a paper that talks about the rise of the Many Worlds interpretation as the main challenger to the status quo interpretation:
So what is the Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics?