When we look at those pictures of colliding particles in particle colliders, we see a large collection of curves and lines radiating out from the point of collision, representing the new particles which have been created. So two questions about this: 1) Why are these acting like particles in the detector, and not waves? They look like very distinct paths marked out by these particles. In other words, why does the wave function for these particles, no matter how small their mass, even as small as neutrinos, stay collapsed as distinct particles during the detection process? 2) It seems these lines are tracing both the velocities and positions of these resultant particles at any given point in time. But this would seem to violate the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle regarding position and momentum, doesn't it?