It just crossed my mind, some wierd idea I've got. There's a great deal of chance and probability involved in quantum physics, I was thinking is it possible to make particles, instead of making it most likely to have a particular momentum or position, why not make it more "classical", as in a particle with unique momentum and trajectory. Since the observer participates in the experiment as well in quantum physics, is it possible to find out how the observer changes the readings and outcome of the experiment and somehow take that into consideration when interpreting results. Just like adjusting zero error on a micrometer screw gauge or something. Is it possible to do that? Or is my understanding of uncertainty flawed?