Can you "move" particles by cooling them? Suppose you have an object made of particles and you cool it down alot. I would assume then that the average momentum of the particles would be reduced therefore we could know more about the particles' momentum and therefore less of the particles' postion. For example if the momentum of the particles could be say any where between 100-1 (I know those are not realistic numbers) and then if they are cooled down they could be between say 50-1. If we then check the particles postion we may find then some of them end up far away from the object they made up thereby particles would be moved (though I am sure the object would be heated up again). If there is a flaw in my logic please let me know.