Faith is a wonderous thing. Superdeterminism, if I understands it? The idea that everything will be 'determined' in due course, even though 'hidden' for us. Then you have the Bohemian interpretation in which the observer plays no fundamental role. Bohmian mechanics describes, instead of probabilities of measurement results, objective microscopic events. In a way then similar to Superdeterminism, as it builds on a Newtonian concept of action and reaction. Then we have the wave/particle duality, and the idea of defined light quanta, as shown in black body radiation, and the two slit experiment, clashing with each other. What we can see now and here is that we count on probability's, not hidden mechanisms. We also find constants, like Feigenbaum's, showing us a linearity inside non-linearity.

To me it's more like the concept of Russian dolls, in where both a deterministic approach as well as the Copenhagen interpretation have its own existence. and the way they have it seems very much to be about from 'where' you stand looking at it. So 'free will' exist beside the Feigenbaum concept as easily shown in chaos theory with its bifurcations. The universe is both complex and simple I think. We just don't have the 'gold standard' for how to see it.

And that gold standard, if existing, might then be all of our 'approaches', or maybe none of them at all? But probability works, and give us a good tool for approximation as I understands it. And I kind of agree in that a interaction is what counts, and if you do not observe it you can't define it, more than statistically.