Several theories try and explain consciousness from a quantum perspective. Most notoriously the Penrose-Hameroff Orch OR hypothesis comes to mind, but there are others by Henry Stapp, Giuseppi Vitiello, and Gustav Bernroider to name a few. The consciousness philosopher David Chalmers has stated that " The attractiveness of quantum theories of consciousness may stem from a Law of Minimization of Mystery: consciousness is mysterious and quantum mechanics is mysterious, so maybe the two mysteries have a common source." (http://www.imprint.co.uk/chalmers.html [Broken]). Interpretations of quantum mechanics are numerous (see http://www.preposterousuniverse.com/blog/2013/01/17/the-most-embarrassing-graph-in-modern-physics), with some linking observation with consciousness (von Neumann-Wigner for example) suggesting that Chalmer's statement is inaccurate due to his limited understanding of the interpretations of quantum mechanics. With all this in mind, I ask the following question: "Is the link between consciousness and quantum mechanics truly a Minimization of Mystery, or does Chalmer's statement stem from a limited understanding of quantum mechanics and its interpretations?"