Why Do Interpretations Of Quantum Physics Matter?

A couple of weeks ago, fellow Forbes blogger Ethan Siegel took to his keyboard with the goal of making me sigh heavily, writing a post about interpretations of quantum physics calling the idea that you need an interpretation "the biggest myth in quantum physics." Ethan's argument boils down to noting that all of the viable interpretations known at present make identical predictions about the probability of getting particular outcomes for any experiment we might do. Therefore, according to Ethan, there's no need for any interpretation, because it doesn't really matter which of them you choose.

If the foundations of the physics used to interpret an experiment are in error, then the above commentary would be incorrect. For example, if the paradigm of particles and waves describing subatomic particle structures is flawed, then any theories invoking particles or waves would be incorrect. Subatomic particle structure is not the same as the macro structures we observe from our physical senses. Subatomic particles are quasi-material structures that we could call, "primary angular momentum." The structure of space (Aether) is a five-dimenstional (3L / 2T) quantum rotating magnetic field of space-resonance (as opposed to four-dimensional space-time), and the subatomic particle is a string of mass (dark matter) caught up in the quantum rotating magnetic field. Thus dark matter would be "converted" to appear as visible matter, particularly if the quantum rotating magnetic field structure (Aether) imparted the properties of electrostatic and magnetic charge to the string of mass. 

A string of mass moving at a velocity (c) through a quantum rotating magnetic field, in a five dimensional frame of reference, could easily be mistaken for being either a particle or a wave, especially to mathematicians relying on probability functions, and who do not ponder the quasi-material structure of the subatomic particles, and the five-dimensional reference frame they exist in. 
The "weirdness" of the Standard Model is rooted in the limited choice between particle and wave, and the mainstream physicists missed the existence of the other temporal dimension (frequency squared as opposed to linear time). In fact, the weakness of the Standard Model is further rooted in the incomplete understanding of the temporal nature of the Universe. Time is just a subset of a greater collection of temporal attributes, just as length and area are a subset of "volume." The temporal dimensions, as a whole, are what mainstream physicists refer to as "spin." This "spin" has a forward AND backward time frequency as well as a "right" and "left" temporal spin direction. Due to the half spin nature of the electron and proton, subatomic particles "see" a single time direction, and a single spin direction. The space (Aether unit) that contains the subatomic particle, however, sees a two spin point of view, which forever oscillates between forward and backward time, and right and left spin, at an extreme (and quantifiable) frequency (1/c). 
It is the half spin nature of subatomic particles that gives matter the appearance of moving in the forward direction of time. And yet, despite the forward advance in time associated with matter, our mind always remains right here and right now... in the present. Our mind is the reference point that perceives the advancement of time. The mind does not move through time; it ever remains in the present, and in the exact same present as every other mind. 
In the Standard Model, time is believed to be an independent metric, and it is also believed our mind traverses through time along with matter. The spin nature of subatomic particles is considered "weird" and is subsequently discarded from our day-to-day understanding. Also, the concept of Aether is discarded as being unnecessary because four-dimensional, forward-time matter has been arbitrarily chosen as the only reality the physicists are interested in. Aside from the fact that evidence for the Aether's existence abounds in physics, the Aether as a five-dimensional coordinate system is required in order to understand the hidden aspects of quantum structure and also quantum mechanics. 
The problem with physics isn't the physics, it is the physicists, and it always has been. All of humanity is living in a deep ignorance concerning the true nature of our four-dimensional realm. To get a glimpse of this perspective, imagine life in a television world. Television worlds are three-dimensional, having two dimensions of length and one dimension of time. The characters live out a scripted life written from players in the four-dimensional world of space-time. Well, our four-dimensional, physical lives are written by players in the five-dimensional, mental realm of space-resonance. All those players in our four-dimensional world who claim to see ghosts, spirit guides, and angels, and who practice religions based on the afterlife, and who practice magic or experience paranormal events, they are all interacting with, or merely believing in, the greater five dimensional realm. And just as our four-dimensional world seems infinitely more vast than the area-time, television world, the five dimensional realm is infinitely more vast than our four-dimensional-space-time, material realm. 

The Rosetta Stone for understanding this greater five-dimensional realm is quantum physics, but we will be limited in making progress with this understanding as long as physicists continue promoting probability functions as subatomic particles, and continue to deny the existence of the Aether.