Who created the many-worlds interpretation?
physicist Hugh Everett
Originated by US physicist Hugh Everett in the late 1950s, this envisions our Universe as just one of numerous parallel worlds that branch off from each other, nanosecond by nanosecond, without intersecting or communicating.
Who made the many-worlds interpretation?
Fifty years ago Hugh Everett devised the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics, in which quantum effects spawn countless branches of the universe with different events occurring in each.
Which interpretation of quantum mechanics is most accepted?
the Copenhagen one
The most widely accepted interpretation of quantum mechanics seems to be the Copenhagen one.