Okay I don't know anything about physics and I'm trying to understand Heisenbergs (sry spelling) uncertainty principle, they say you can't measure the position and momentum at the same time (of an Electron lets say), I want to know WHY? I mean how does an electron move in the first place? does it teleport randomly around an atom is that why? can you measure a trajectory of an electron? because if it orbits around in a trajectory and has a constant mass how is it uncertain where it's going? I would understand if it's teleporty-ish you know?