Does the various interpretation of quantum mechanics have any impact on how we interpret quantum field theory? Or can QFT be considered as one of the interpretation of QM, I mean the later case as in QM is weird because the fuller theory, QFT picture is not taken into account, once we see the experiments in QM in light of QFT, the mysteries goes away.
Please focus more on the first question, eg. Does many world interpretation of QM mean that in QFT each particle's existence as part of the excitation of the field is realized in one of the universe, thus literally, anything that can happen happens?
Or if you have your favourite QM interpretation, welcome to apply it to QM, does it make sense to even do that? Eg. Can Bohm's interpretation survive the transition to QFT?
Ok, thanks for the answers so far, maybe a more clear question is this. Now from what I have learned from popular physics, QFT says space always have fields and when you put energy in them, the particles pop up as excitations. This seems very much independent of any interpretation of quantum mechanics. Or is this way of understanding QFT fundamentally Copenhagen or would other kinds of interpertation eg. Transactional interpretation give us very different underlying picture of QFT?