Well I dont know about Sean, but I certainly hold to the view that QM is epistemic

ps; theorems do not refer to ontic realities; they are mental constructions; a theorem cannot 'prove' an ontic reality

ps; theorems do not refer to ontic realities; they are mental constructions; a theorem cannot 'prove' an ontic reality

https://www.newscientist.com/articl...gets-real-in-quantum-experiment/#.VSF8Z2d0zIU

*“In my opinion, this is the first experiment to place significant bounds on the viability of an epistemic interpretation of the quantum state,”*says Matt Leifer at the Perimeter Institute in Waterloo, Canada.

I see it as "something is waving" in that you get interference patterns. Some kind of reality at least for the waves?