And why does contradicting human psychology cause problem in a physics theory?
I am in no way up on deep QM theory, but it seems to me that a lot of QM goes against our built in psychology. And that is ok. Humans are built to survive WAY above the quantum level. Early homonids didn't need to understand quantum theory to hit an animal with a stick. (or not). Their development was not based on something that by definition they could not observe or recognize.
As I said, I am not no expert, but if one theory breaks a bunch of laws of physics, and another doesn't, the first theory seems to hold more weight. Even if that theory removes choice from the equation of existence.
This also applies to evolution. If consciousness can't perceive the quantum split, then it can effectively exist blissfully ignorant of it.
On a side note, the removal of choice as a variable is NOT the same as removing choice. In a way that is a beautiful theory because while we cannot perceive all of the potential options, they are all real, and all valid. There is a serenity in that knowledge.
My personal belief is that probably all of these theories are fundamentally wrong and in 500 years they will look back in QM like we look at 'equants' today.