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This paper builds on a few disparate existing ideas of Quantum Mechanics, and condenses them into one cohesive new interpretation named the "Computed Reality Interpretation". This interpretation is demonstrated below to have a far stronger explanatory power in multiple respects, when compared to other interpretations such as "Many Worlds" or "Bohmian Mechanics". The Computed Reality Interpretation is fully compatible with the popular "Copenhagen" interpretation, affirming the fundamentaldoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13265036.v7 fatcat:77eovpzdgfglfkx3rxs4evcobq