I found a website that says: "The still-dominant "Copenhagen interpretation" of Quantum Theory developed by Niels Bohr, Werner Heisenberg, Wolfgang Pauli, and others says two basic things: 1. Reality is identical with the totality of observed phenomena (which means reality does not exist in the absence of observation), and 2. Quantum mechanics is a complete description of reality; no deeper understanding is possible." Is it true that the "Copenhagen interpretation" of Quantum Theory is the dominant theory? And is number 1 and 2 true? Is it also true that the 'rules' of the Universe seem to change reflect the 'maths'. Is it also true that Non-Locality (defined as phenomenon that occurrences on one side of the Universe can instantly effect 'matter' on the other side of the Universe) happens? (Im not sure if 'happens' is the correct word to use here.