I was reading a book and came upon these lines:
Based on these lines alone, what would you make of the author's grasp on the principle? If you didn't know what the HUP was, what impression would you get?Occasionally physicists bring up the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle as "proof" that there is randomness to the cosmos. Yet ironically the principle itself makes a definite statement about the position and velocity of subatomic particles. The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle thus shows certainty, not uncertainty; it in no way proves the ultimate randomness of the natural world.