If I were forced to sum up in one sentence what the Copenhagen interpretation says to me, it would be 'Shut up and calculate!'
What's Wrong with this Pillow? by N. David Mermin, Cornell University, Physics Today, April 1989, page 9, doi:10.1063/1.2810963
Over the past fifty years or so, scientists have allowed the conventions of expression available to them to become entirely too confining.David Mermin
... coincident with the explosive growth of research, the art of writing science suffered a grave setback, and the stultifying convention descended that the best scientific prose should sound like a non-human author addressing a mechanical reader. ... We injure ourselves when we fail to make our discipline as clear and vibrant as we can to students - prospective scientists - and to the public who pay the taxes.David Mermin
An extrapolation of its present rate of growth reveals that in the not too distant future Physical Review will fill bookshelves at a speed exceeding that of light. This is not forbidden by general relativity since no information is being conveyed.David Mermin
I am awaiting the day when people remember the fact that discovery does not work by deciding what you want and then discovering it.David Mermin
One of the most beautiful papers in physics that I know of is yours in the American Journal of Physics.David Mermin