This suggestion refers to threads which appear in the quantum physics section of PF. Furthermore, this suggestion is NOT the result of any particular thread currently active. Out with it. I believe it is time that interpretations of quantum mechanics be officially labeled philosophy and that threads on the topic be treated with the same vigorous administrative action as other general philosophy threads (effectively immediate closing). PF is about discussing established science found in reputable textbooks and journals. In addition, threads on PF should be informative and illuminating. I would suggest that an objective overview of the threads on interpretations would establish that they are at the very least unilluminating and in most cases not informative (due to running in circles and, at times, pedantry). The same discussions seem to crop up periodically with similar frayed endings. The most contentious thing I say will probably come now (Although, I personally feel it shouldn't be.). Interpretations of quantum mechanics can hardly be called established science. I would not deny that there may be benefits for science now and in the future from discussions of interpretation, but their educative value seems to be minimal. There are still many fascinating topics in the foundations of quantum physics which are established and have immediate scientific content. I look forward to the comments/criticisms and discussions which follow.