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A very well depicted and insightful view of the Everettian interpretation. Also, I agree, there should be more push for science to discover the 'whys' and not only the 'hows'. After all, I believe that at the core of anyone attracted by physics there is a spark of deep curiosity. Why many lost it in the process is obscure to me. The academic pretentiousness? The single minded capitalistic structure? The difficulty of mathematical enigmas and impracticality of experimentations that require full effort without distractions? Not sure, but as collectivity and individuals we should demand more. I love the way Sean Carrol approaches the topic from an informed holistic prospective that shows his incurable curiosity. As per the interpretation in itself, this is a possibility we should take into account. I wish some other advocate of different guilds wrote analogous books portraying their views in a similar fashion.