hey does the Heisenberg incertitude principe really show that there are random numbers in nature ? Because to me doesnt sound very logic that the future is not predefined. I mean that it would mean that if my magic we could "Roll back time , and press the play button", things wont happen the same, different events would occur. And, if there are random numbers, what determines these random numbers ? It would sound way more logic that a precise object/reaction/event leads to a precise object/reaction/event. And, what tells us that behind what we see as intercitudes, there is actually a billion lines long equation ? And, Heisenberg says that things do not have a precise location, properties , ect until they are measured ? But what does it mean to be measured ? why would everything be imprecise just because one being from one specie on earth hasnt measured it ? why would a rubber have an imprecise lenght until one type of complexly assembled object (human) put a ruler besides it.