Many Worlds? Somewhere I'm being a very bad boy.

Quantum wave collapse is a deeply puzzling phenomenon. The idea that one might measure a particle's velocity or location, but not both with absolute certainty, or that distant particles some how share physical properties seemingly instantaneously and faster than light can travel, raises paradoxes that have yet - and may never - be addressed by science. 

Why should a wave function with a seemingly endless possibility - that particle and a host of others might be anywhere headed in any direction - "collapse" to the single outcomes experienced by human observers?